Most of Stampin’ Up!’s covers are very complicated to create and shoot. For example, creating a beautiful winter scene in the middle of summer in a little studio in the basement of the Stampin’ Up! building can be downright tricky.
We just wanted to give you a little peek at the amount of work we put into shooting the recent November/December cover of our demonstrator magazine, Stampin’ Success.
What did it take to put this scene together? Eighteen light stands filled with lights, twigs, wires, and goo.
Every sample was held by multiple wires to create the perfect angle.
Was our hard work worth it? Let us know!