Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Fat Free Cake

Last week was the annual Stampin' Up! Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah. This is always an exciting event and while I was unable to attend, the excitement was shared with me through my downline who went, Vicki and Robin, as well as other Stampin' Up! Demonstrators. I have been looking through hundreds of pictures because the displays this year were unbelievable!! Apparently, there was a sweet shop with everything made with Stampin' Up! products. With each and every picture, my amazement at the talent of Stampin' Up! employees who created these projects grows! Now, I know they are talented because I see the samples they create in the catalogs, but they went above and beyond the call of duty. For example, check out this cake!!! Yes, it does look good enough to eat, but it is created from cardstock and other Stampin' Up! products. All I can say is WOW!!!

Check out the close up of the flowers. Nope, I don't have a clue as to how they are made, but I bet within the next month someone will have the info!!!

Now, don't let their creativity scare you! See, like many of you, I can tell you that I am not creative! Fortunately, there are so many things that are shared among the Stampin' Up! demonstrators, I get tons of help! If you are looking for a way to purchase products at a discount or earning extra income, look no further! Stampin' Up! is here! Click here and click on the tab "Start Your Own Business" to get details and watch a video about the benefits!

I hope to be sharing more sample pictures from convention in the upcoming weeks!!

Click here to place your order for any Stampin' Up! products on my Demonstrator Website - just click on the SHOP NOW in upper right hand corner!


Anonymous said...

look up kusadama balls on the web to see how the flowers were made. It is done in the origami style and is quite easy to do once you've done a few.... the kusadama ball is made up of over 30 of these flowers and is a beautiful ornament when completed.
stampwithme123atjunodotcom Enjoy!

Anonymous said...

Here's a good picture of them and a tutorial... again, Enjoy!