Hey everyone! I got home last night from the 2011 Stampin’ Up! Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah. I am exhausted and excited. I learned so much and made new friends. I have so much I want to share with you. For today I thought I would share the magnificent project displays with you. Throughout the convention center, Stampin’ Up! had various project displays. These displays were really something else. I was amazed at some of the ideas they came up with using paper. These little vignettes showcased different product suites.
This display features the Flirtatious product Suite from the 2011-2012 Idea Book & Catalog. Look at these paper flowers made with the Flirtatious Specialty Designer Series Paper. They are spectacular and huge!
This sweet vignette features the Berry Blossoms Designer Series Paper. I love the paper strawberries in the little basket, the over sized flowers, and the sweet picnic basket filled with treats and goodies.
Riverton is the distribution center for Stampin’ Up! and at the facility there are more product displays in the legacy room. The legacy room is sort of like traveling through memory lane where you learn about the history of Stampin’ Up! It is amazing to think this great company had such humble beginnings in Shelli Gardner’s living room. I love this artwork that was made using the Stampin’ Up! Décor Stencils.
And this vignette featuring the Stampin’ Up! fabric makes me want to learn how to sew! I love the vintage feel and the neutral color pallet.
Check out this chair! It is decorated with Décor Elements and the pillow is embellished with paper flowers made with the Blossom Bouquet Triple Layer Punch!
Here is a close up of the pillow.
Aren’t you inspired after seeing these displays! I want to learn how to make those over sized flowers and paper strawberries! Don’t you?? Which vignette impressed you the most? Leave a comment and let me know!