Stampin’UP! Sample Display Boards

Crazy as it may sound, one of the things that I truly enjoyed at convention were all of the projects that were displayed. I was dumbfounded with so many things to look at. So many things that I could concentrate on just one thing. It was much like being in a candy store with too much to choose from! The first night I took a look as best I could to the many displays. There were so many people that it was difficult to see everything. I made an action plan that the next day I would try to get to the boards early and take photos of each board. Then I could take my photos and use the copy and crop feature and zoom in on each card. Loft plans.

I did get photos of each and every board but it was a challenging task. I often found myself going against the flow of the crowd like a fish swimming up stream. Sometimes I just had to stand fast in hopes of getting a photo without a person’s hair, hand, fingers, back, arm, whatever flying through the view as I clicked the button. I am not one to push my way to the front to get that photo … guess I might have to rethink that the next time.

Below are the photos that I took of the first display board. It is my understanding that the cards on these boards are items that have been mailed to the Stampin’UP! offices during the year plus some that were dropped off at convention. Guess I need to send in some of mine for the next convention. You will notice that the photos overlap each other but I had to make sure that I got everything! A few of the photos are not in focus but they are not so far out of focus that you can’t figure out what it is. You will see a large amount of samples using products that are no longer available but you can always tweak the stamp sets and adjust the papers and colors. So taking a look at the photos of Display Board #1, tell me which card you like the best. Leave a comment below.

I have narrowed it down to three cards that I really like but I am not certain which I like the best. I will continue to contemplate that question and when I decide I am going to attempt to replicate it, or at least the design/style since not all are current product. After I make my card I will share it with you here.

Display Board 1A

Display Board 1A

Display Board 1B

Display Board 1B

Display Board 1C

Display Board 1C

Display Board 1D

Display Board 1D

Display Board 1E

Display Board 1E

Display Board 1F

Display Board 1F

Display Board 1G

Display Board 1G

Enjoy the photos. Remember to leave a comment indicating your favorite card. And … check back tomorrow and I will have my card made and posted!Happy Stamping,Becky

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