OnStage 2017 – Daisy Delight Presentation

OnStage 2017 was an incredibly magical experience for me.

Part of that magic was sharing it with my team, meeting up with old friends, making new friends & seeing new products.

I’m not even sure how we packed all that excitement into one day!

This event had a new magic for me – presenting a product suite OnStage in front of 200 of my fellow stamping addicts!

I had the pleasure of introducing everyone to the Delightful Daisy suite – a stamp set & punch bundle with coordinating accessories!

I had so much fun creating my samples and sharing them – I felt so lucky!!!

My presentation went well and I’ve been told my enthusiasm for all things Stampin’ Up! shone through.

There was me on the stage with a cool projector screen…

And I was also on 2 big screens – crazy!!!

I had a few themes for my presentation.

These were the cards I designed for a beginner class.  They would also make great make & takes.

One of the great things about this bundle is its usefulness for a new stamper.  No other tools required!

Although no other tools are required to enjoy this bundle, I did through a few sneaky temptations for the beginners like the Stitched Shapes (first step punch bundle, next step Big Shot!), heat embossing (we all love a good wow!) and another punch (Triple Banner – my fave).

Then I stepped up the ideas for a product based class, with a scrapbook page using the beautiful DSP…

A project set using more beautiful DSP…

And a fancy fold easel card…

Have you noticed that all the daisies are stamped & punched twice?  This adds fullness to your daisy, making it lush & beautiful!

The next set of ideas were for saying ‘thanks’ – since this is a popular crafting need.  Thanks for customers, thanks for hostess & thanks for other special people!

This gift card set uses the negative from the punch, – which gives your customers more ideas on how they can use their products…

And since I don’t love making boxes, the daisy seemed like a perfect embellishment for one of the new gold striped bags…

That gold sequin trim is amazing in real life!!!  And the daisy looks awesome in gold embossing!

Of course, I couldn’t help myself but to make a few samples using alternative daisy ideas!!!

Add some colour and they become gerberas…

Use them for cute birdie wings….

Or cut the middle & tips from the petals to create a windmill…

This bundle was on Product Purchase Premiere for OnStage attendees, so I know it will be arriving shortly for many demonstrators.

You’re going to see lots more amazing samples as the weeks tick down until the catalogue launch on 1st June.  If any of these ideas will work for you or your business, please use them!

If you’d like the opportunity to attend Stampin’ Up! events and order amazing new products early, then join my Paper Adventures team!

Who knew, 5 years ago, that one stamping class would lead to these kind of opportunities!!!

So amazing!!!





18 thoughts on “OnStage 2017 – Daisy Delight Presentation

  1. Kelly i’m sure you would have wooed them with your enthusiastic and natural presentation style. Your always very clear and articulate making it very easy to listen too and….. wanting to go out and buy what your promoting!! I;m sure your Mum is very proud of you!!!

  2. Congratulations on your presentation, these samples are just devine. Love the windmill as I have many friends who are farmers. I was at Sydney and yes fell in love with this suite. Your down lines are so lucky to have you as their leader.

  3. That is a lovely stamp set and your layouts are terrific as always. But, wow, too bad you had to use that paper. Some of it is ok, and you managed to make some of it work in spite of the paper, and some of that paper would win an ugly paper contest. Not your fault, the cards would be fabulous otherwise. The negative punch is a great way to use the paper for the pretty colors. Great job because it proves how talented you are!!

  4. Always knew you would look great up on the big screen. Congrats on such a successful, well thought out and creative presentation. That birdie still gets me every time. xxx

    1. Thanks so much Lisa! To make the windmill, cut the daisy with your punch. Then using two circle framelits (one just smaller than the daisy and one just bigger than the solid middle section), cut the petals into pieces. Then arrange them back into a windmill shape & adhere. Add strips of black cardstock to make your stand.
      Hope that makes sense!

  5. Kelly, on the card where you used the Daisy punch to make gerbera daisies in 3 colors, what is your dsp? Color Theory maybe? Love that one.

  6. Hi Kelly! All of your cards are fabulous! Are there measurements for the Daisy in a Jar Fancy Fold Easel Card? I’ve been trying and not had success 😦 Thanks so much!!

  7. How did you center the punch in the Thank you card, with the second layer being a print. I tried cutting the paper to 5 and 3 3/4, but the punch would not fit the paper. What sizes were your layers. Thanks in advance.

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