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Saturday, November 11, 2017

Stampin' Up! Home Office Tour

Hello, Stamper friends!  I am in Salt Lake City for OnStage, Stampin' Up!'s conference to gather demonstrators for catalog launch, product training, creativity sharing of card swaps, and reconnecting with friends.

Day 1 was a fun kick start as we visited the Stampin' Up! home office.  This is a side view to show the roof top patio, and below it is a sunken patio.  I love the open, bright spaces that tie together the outdoors to their work spaces.
The Legacy room features Stampin' Up! history and displays of our product suites.

This is the Coffee Break Suite.

 Hot chocolate bar with reading nook.
Here is the stamp making process.  It is a metal die on the right of, center is the mold, left is the final rubber stamp.
 We posed in front of the color changing sign.  This is Marcy, my partner in crime, BFF, and we often laughingly call ourselves Lucy and Ethel.
 This is our Merry Little Christmas suite.
 The wreath is gorgeous and is made from our Merry Music Specialty Designer Series Paper.
 Suzie Barnes is my team leader and friend.  She is one of the Platinum Elite demonstrators featured at the office.
 This display had many pieces and features the Christmas Around the World suite.
 So many fun Christmas products become amazing projects.

Metallic foil papers punched into circles and sewn into banners.
 This wall was filled with frames of chalk art and inspiring quotes.
 I only captured a few.
 I really loved the chalk art and various fonts.
 This room had decor using the Oh So Lovely suite.
 Such a pretty framed piece to feature on a side table.
 This is fun twist on a cork board to display cards.
 Aren't these so pretty and so easy to make?!?
A wall of paper flowers is such a happy sight! 
 I was very pleased to see the chalk wall designed by Sean Douglass just for this home office visit.  He made it for his wife, Sara, our Stampin' Up! CEO.
I loved this quote and had to capture all the inspiration around it.
The striped card was designed by my friend, Dani Dziama. 

I admire this graphic as it shows the values and goals of my company.  All of the walls are white boards for creativity, brainstorming, forecasting, and dreaming big for the next steps at Stampin' Up!  This graphic guides the process and decisions.
 Here we are greeting friends from across the USA as they arrive on the bus transport from the Salt Palace. 
 Time zone clocks in demonstrator support to keep track as they are working with various global markets.
 The lobby is a wide open atrium and very welcoming.  I am so happy to have returned to the home office this year!

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