Thursday, August 20, 2009

Stampin' Up! Convention Swaps - part three

Hello Again......glad that you have stopped in. Today I will share with you the 3-D swaps I made for general swapping at convention. I didn't make very many of these type of swaps, but I wanted to have some to swap just in case I saw others swapping 3-D items.

Below: Refrigerator Magnets using the Big Shot and Flower Layers #3 Die to form layered flowers with Build-a-Brad centers and a small magnet on the back. Some had a large stamped image from the Circle Circus set in the center.

Below: Bookmarks
(idea cased from Patty Bennett) featuring the In-Colors. I used the Circle Circus stamp set image to stamp directly onto the Whisper White computer generated bookmark panel with each of the NEW In-Colors. I cut a 1" square of each of the NEW In-Colors and adhered it to the bookmark panel. I laminated each one and used an In-Color ribbon on the top.

Below: Bag Tags featuring the In-Colors. I used the Circle Circus set to stamp the image with each NEW In-Color ink onto Whisper White cardstock, then punched each image with the 3/4" Circle Punch. Each 1" square is cut from each NEW In-Color cardstock and both adhered to the computer generated panel. I used the oversized name badge pouches (purchased at Office Max) to put them in. I also used a piece of the In-Color Ribbons at the top.

Thanks for stopping by, leave a comment to let me know what you think. I will be posting additional pictures the rest of the week. I took about 900 pictures and it is taking me a long time to sort through and organize them all.
Live, Laugh, Love and STAMP!


Beth said...

These are awesome, Barbara!! I cannot wait to see your pictures! Happy stampin'! Beth

Jean Fitch from jlfstudio said...

Great ideas Barbara. I really like the magnets. Time to warm up my Big Shot! And on another note have you seen the Desert news article about convention. I thought those hands looked familiar! Then I read the caption. Nice job on the make and take :D

Link to photo:

Or you can link to the article from the current updates on SU demo site.

Hugs and blessings - Jean