I was really honoured to be asked to do a presentation for Stampin’ Up! during the recent Onstage Local event in Melbourne.
I was showcasing the Tutti Frutti bundle from the upcoming 2018 Occasions Catalogue. It will be available to customers on 3 January 2018, and demonstrators can pre-order it from 1 December, unless you attended an Onstage event, in which case hopefully you have already done your Product Purchase Premier order!
This bundle consists of the Fruit Basket stamp set and co-ordinating Itty Bitty Fruit Punch pack, a tutti frutti cardstock pack (Real Red, Whisper White, Lemon Lime Twist and Daffodil Delight), Tutti frutti classic stampin’ spots in a four pack (Daffodil Delight, Real Red, Lemon Lime Twist and Soft Suede), Tutti frutti 6″ x 6″ designer series paper, Tutti frutti adhesive backed sequins, Lemon Lime Twist 3/8″ mini striped ribbon, Tutti frutti washi tape and then the Tutti Frutti cards and envelopes that you can earn for free during Sale-a-bration.
So firstly, here I am up on stage for my presentation. I got a bit nervous when I saw everyone coming into the room but I was ok once I was on stage.
Here I am with my display of cards.
I was asked to create a number of samples and to share how I would use this bundle in my business. I plan on running a class using the wood crate framelits and the envelope punch board. Here are the samples I created.
I also give my hostess’s a gift for having me do a presentation in their home. I usually give them the card I demonstrate but for this set, I created a tag and added it to a package of pineapple lollies.
I also created a number of cards using this bundle. I really love the DSP so these cards focus on that.
Of course a stamp set called Fruit Basket wouldn’t be complete with a couple of fruit baskets! I also found the notecards and envelopes to be a good size for this set. (It’s also a bit challenging to photograph a white card with a white background!)
The next set of cards are using the Tutti frutti cards and envelopes that you can earn for free with a $90 purchase during Sale-a-bration (which starts on 3 January). Oh and look, I even stamped on the envelopes!
For my last set of cards, I used the outline stamps to create the background.
For the second part of the samples I made, check out part 2 here.
If you can’t wait to see the 2018 Occasions catalogue, you can become a demonstrator and check it out on the demonstrator website! Here is my link here.