If you're a blog hopper or you've been on my blog in the last few weeks, you've seen the AMAZING Sweet Shop that Stampin' Up! put together. Well, my friend (at least that's what I call her), Paula Hogan, worked endless number of hours on this amazing creation with her team. I had the honour of working with her at Convention and she is as sweet as the sweet shop! Isn't she adorable? I just wish we had more time together! (I'm sure she's glad it's over:)
This picture of me is in front of none other than the Halloween Sweet Shop section. Are you surprised? I can't wait to make a million of each sample in this case (ok, slight exaggeration!) But I will be recreating some of them for sure!
The purpose of the Sweet Shop was really to showcase the product lines and colours that we offer. I loved this idea and really wanted to create my own Sweet Shop. Now there are not enough hours in a day for me to even begin this process so I thought of a "pretty" alternative.
I created frames in my classroom that showcase our colours and our products. Now, I've only got a few of them done so far, but I can't wait to make more. The first is of the Brights Designer Series Paper Pack and the Brights Flower Brads. I just cut a piece of Whisper White cardstock to 4 x 6 and then cut six 2 x 2 squares of the DSP that match the accessories (Daffodil Delight, Tempting Turquoise, Real Red, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive and Rich Razzleberry). Then on the bottom corner of the DSP I attached a flower brad. FUN!
The second frame is my MOST FAVOURITE! It makes me smile every time I walk by the frame! Yes, I know the title is a bit redundant, but it's BUTTONS! Who doesn't love buttons? I thought displaying them this way lets my customers see the colours and styles of ALL the buttons. This little display is done on a 12x12 sheet (the backing paper that comes in our DSP). I hope you like it!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope I didn't make you too hungry:)