Tags & Luminaries For Friends

Last weekend I went to New Jersey to go to Stampin Up! OnStage Local.  Every April and November Stampin’ Up! has a convention called OnStage somewhere in the world for their Demonstrators.  It rotates between The United States, Europe and Australia.  This time it was held in Australia.  When it is not in the US, Stampin’ Up! holds what is called OnStage Local.  They rent our various venues all over the US where Demonstrators got for a day, watch videos from OnStage (wherever it was held), do make ‘n takes and learn about new products.

A lot of demos swap cards with each other.  This is where you make so many cards (whatever number you are comfortable with), usually all the same, and swap them for cards that other demos made.  It is a great way to meet other demos and get ideas for cards at the same time.  In addition to this, some demos make special little things for their friends.  This year I decided to make luminaries and bag tags for my friends using the Copper Foil Paper and Copper Embossing Powder.

This is the bag tags I made this year.

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This is one of the luminaries.

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Leadership Bag Tags

Leadership Bag Tags

Right now I am in Orlando, Florida at the Stampin’ Up! Leadership Conference.  Every year (well almost every year) Stampin’ Up! gives all the attendees a bag of some kind.  Imagine 3,000 demonstrators all carrying the same bag!  I decided to make some bag tags for Buffy, Deborah and myself in order to help differentiate our bags from the other 3,000.

I used some old coasters I had and cut them to 2.25″ x 4″.  Then I covered both sides of the coaster with a piece of Stacked With Love Designer Series Paper.  I cut out the letters using the Little Letters Thinlits Dies.  Then I added a button and a bow made of Baker’s Twine.  I think they came out pretty cute!


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