I often get asked by my long distance demonstrators, "How do you set up for a stamp camp?" So I thought I would take some pictures and share them with everyone.
First off - I have a pretty small home, but it is "cabin" cozy with a nice view. The lake side of the house could be described as a small "great room". With the kitchen, dining area and living room all one big space. This allows everyone to be in the same area with several stamping stations.
My husband and I have a routine for setting up. He sets up the banquet tables and chairs, and puts out several garbages. He's been a very supportive husband! Some of my customers wish he could be cloned!
Then I go about setting up the rest. Each table is treated as a station with my large dining table used for 2 stations. For a total of 5 stations. For this weekend's PMS stamp camp - everyone made 10 cards (2 of 5 designs).
Here you go:
The white or black baskets are the "tool" baskets (bone folder, snail, scissors, dimensionals, etc). The green baskets are for scraps.
Here's the catalog table. Plus I have a small display table in my hallway. Didn't get a picture of that...maybe next time.
Hope you enjoyed the tour of my stamp camp set up.
Maybe you'll join me next time for "Dawn's Favorite Things"stamp camp on Friday, March 13th! So...what are my Favorite Things? Trendy Trees, Cheep Talk, Good Morning Sunshine DSP and the Bright Delights Rub ons! The fee is $28.00 and includes one sheet of the rub ons and several projects. I'll share one of them later this week.
Thanks for stopping by! Dawn O