On the first day of the 2012 Stampin’ Up! Convention we had the opportunity to take a tour of the Riverton Distribution Center Campus.
It is about a 20 minute drive from Salt Lake City. While at the Riverton Distribution Center you can tour the Stampin’ Up! Museum. Here you can learn the history of Stampin’ Up! as well as get a ton of project ideas. There are several rooms set up with various vignettes showcasing many different products.
Today I thought I’d share with you a bunch of the project ideas from the museum! When you first walk into the museum the Stampin’ Up! statement of the heart is framed in a beautiful frame over a welcome table. The statement of the heart is:
"To love what we do and share what we love, as we help others enjoy creativity and worthwhile accomplishments . . . in this we make a difference."
As you turn the corner you reach the first project display.The wallpaper is First Edition DSP!
On the opposite wall is a neat "tree" (not sure what else to call it) made from card stock.
In the next room there was a super sweet little girl bedroom vignette with a "M" on the wall -- perfect for my girls! Love the flowers on the wall! The chandelier is all paper flowers too!
The next space features a beautifully decorated holiday mantel with candles, cards, and garland.
There was another room decorated like a family or living room. Over the sofa there was some really neat artwork featuring the blossom from the Betsy Blossom stamp set. The flowers are not painted; they are paper!
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