Friday, 18 December 2015

DECEMBER CLASS PROJECTS

The projects we created in our last
class for the year. 

Our first card used the gorgeous
DSP Season of Cheer and a fussy cut
baby deer from the Home for Christmas
DSP.

The banner was created using the 
Banner Triple punch and stamped with
a sentiment from the Oh What Fun
stamp set.

Our star was die cut using the Stars framelits
and the bottom was embellished with
some of the Home for Christmas Green Enamel Dots.



Our next project  carried through the
same theme by creating a matching
gift bag with the Gift Bag Punch Board.



I wanted both these projects to be
something quick and simple which you could easily create multiples of.

Supplies used to create these projects.

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Our last project the girls got to play
with some of the new products
which will be available in the Occasions
Catalogue commencing in January.

I had just received my pre-order and couldn't
wait to try out this gorgeous new
stamp set and matching heart framelits.

This card has used quite a bit of new
product and I will be able to share more
with you once the catalogue goes live
in January.


Don't forget the Christmas Catalogue will
be finishing on the 4th January and
there are a lot of beautiful Christmas
products which are retiring and included
in the End of Year Sale with some
awesome bargains to be had.

Make sure you get all Christmas goodies
before they are all gone.

Just check out my Stampin'Up! online
shop to see what bargains you can find by clicking on this link and then choosing to go into
the shop section.

LAST CLASS FOR THE YEAR

The lovely ladies from my monthly
 Saturday morning classes enjoying
 a little Christmas get together and their
last class for 2015. 



And look at these yummy Christmas cupcakes
baked especially for us by Liz.



A big thank you to everyone who attended
all the various classes/workshops I have
held throughout the year and I look
forward to seeing you all back in 2016.

Wishing you all a Very Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year.  Hopefully, you will
have some time over the holidays to be crafty.

Monday, 14 December 2015

Thinking of You at Christmas




It has been an incredibly busy few
months here and I have missed posting
quite a few cards I have created recently.

Today I am sharing with you a card I
created for a special order which I 
really loved the way it turned out.

This one is all gold embossing, gold foil
stars and a bit of bling using one of
my favourite stamp sets Embellished
Ornaments together with the
co-ordinating Delicate Ornament Thinlets 
Dies.

This card was created with a particular 
recipient in mind who likes the 
vintagey/shabby chic look.

The base card is Always Artichoke
and the Very Vanilla layer was
stamped randomly with a now 
retired Christmas Sentiment in Soft Suede 
all over and the edges also sponged
with Soft Suede.

Here are a list of the supplies used:



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Saturday, 5 December 2015

Christmas Card Buffet

Last day today of our
Christmas Card Buffet.

Thank you to all the ladies who
came along on Wednesday and
today and enjoyed making the
various cards they chose to create.

It was a lot of fun and I really enjoyed
this different event.

Keep an eye out for the next one which
will be sometime mid 2016.

We had a choice of 10 cards to create 
and most ladies were able to create at
least 4.  These were the designs.

My designs:


























Petronela's Designs:




I can't seem to get the cards to show in good layout.  They look like they are in position on the screen when I preview but when I post they are all over place.  So I'm afraid this is as good as it gets.

Enjoy.


Monday, 30 November 2015

Xmas Pillow Box Class



Projects we created in our Xmas Pillow Box Class.




We used the gorgeous Square Pillow Box Framelits to create all different sizes of the
 pillow box.

We created an extra long box, a half size
box and also a version of the project
shown in the Holiday Catalogue.







Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Stamp a Stack Classes

We had great fun at our
Xmas Card Stamp a Stack Classes
held last week.

Everyone got to take home 10
Christmas cards by creating 2 cards each of
5 different designs together with
envelopes.

These were the cards created:







Thursday, 19 November 2015

CLASSES BEING HELD NEXT WEEK

CLASSES 

being held

THURSDAY 26th 
or 
SATURDAY 28th
NOVEMBER


Classes run from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
and cost $20.

Here is a little sneak peek of the
projects we will be creating.


For more information on classes
please check here which will
take you to the Classes pages of
my Stampin'Up! website.

Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Holiday Catalogue Retiring Products and 20% Off Select Stamp Sets Sale



We have a list of the products which
will be retiring once the Holiday Catalogue
comes to an end.




Also Select Stamp Sets on sale at
20% off.  But hurry only available
until 20th November.

Check my Stampin'Up! Website
here for more details.





Tuesday, 10 November 2015

XMAS STAMP A STACK

XMAS STAMP A STACK CLASSES 

being held

WEDNESDAY 18th 
or 
SATURDAY 21st
NOVEMBER

Come along and create 10 Christmas Cards
2 each of 5 designs
Envelopes also included

Classes run from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
and cost $30.

Here is a little sneak peek of the
cards we will be creating


As places are limited please make sure
your book your place in the class of your
choice either by emailing me on sbi37508@bigpond.net.au, calling or texting
me on 0407 770 555 or you can
rsvp through my SU website here.

Saturday, 7 November 2015

NOVEMBER STAMP CLUB

How did it get to November already.  
Time is just flying by so fast.

All of a sudden it is time for another
Stamp Club.


Our first card in Stamp Club was this 
gorgeous one layer only card created
very simply with masking and
sponging.

I have seen so many of these beautiful
cards around that I just had to try one for
myself.

I have created these types of cards before
but for a bit more inspiration I 
basically followed the tutorial which I 
found at this Link and was really easy 
to understand.  Thank you to Anns
Stamping and Scrapbook World.

The colours I have used are Night of
Navy and Tempting Turquoise and the
Stamp Set is Happy Scenes.




Our second card was inspired by cards
created by my wonderful team member
and shown on her blog Keep Stamping.
The colours I have used are Tempting
Turquoise and Pear Pizzazz for the
sponging.  The Christmas sentiment is
actually from the Oh' What Fun stamp set
which I have just stamped and cut out
the word Christmas.

Tuesday, 3 November 2015

Christmas Tags

I love Christmas and I love creating
 little gift tags.

These are so easy to create using
my favourite Home for Christmas DSP
and the Christmas Greetings Thinlets Dies.






Supplies used:

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Sunday, 1 November 2015

CRAFT ALIVE CRAFT SHOW

Only 2 more weeks until the Craft Alive 
Show is here for 2 days in Southport.

Not only will we be there with
fantastic displays of Stampin'Up! goodies
but there will be many other
great exhibitors with so many
lovely craft products.

Last year's show was fantastic and
really looking forward to another great show
this year.

Make sure you come along on either
Saturday 14th November or
Sunday 15th November and call in
and say hello to us.  Our stand will be
right at the front door.


A cute little ornament which I picked 
up at last year's Craft Alive Show
and decorated with Stampin'Up! Home
For Christmas DSP.

GIFT VOUCHERS

GIFT VOUCHERS AVAILABLE

My latest Christmas Gift Vouchers
now available.

Purchase a Stampin'Up! Gift
Voucher from me and you will also
receive a FREE beautiful Gift Voucher 
Holder.

A few samples of the vouchers already
created and ready for sale, however,
the holders can also be ordered
in your favourite colours etc.

Gift Vouchers may only be purchased from me and can be any denomination,
however, to receive a FREE Gift Voucher Holder your voucher must be for
a minimum of $30.






Wednesday, 28 October 2015

WEEKLY DEALS

This week's Weekly Deals.
Available while stocks last
Wednesday 28th October
until Tuesday 3rd November


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Tuesday, 27 October 2015

October Card Class

Sharing our creations from the
October Card Class.

Our first card was a case from the
Holiday Catalogue using the Holly Jolly 
Greetings Stamp Set and Co-ordinating
Framelits.

This card also used the emboss resist
technique by stamping the snowflake
with versa mark and embossing with
white embossing powder.

Using our Stampin' sponges we then
sponged firstly Soft Sky Ink lightly
all over the piece leaving some white
showing through.  To add the deeper
blue colour we sponge daubered with
Lost Lagoon ink just in the middle of
the snowflakes.



Supplies used:

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 Our second card used embossing again
to create the background on the Soft Sky
Layer this time using a clear 
embossing powder.  We have also
embossed with white embossing
powder the holly leaves which have then
been fussy cut and adhered to the
bottom of the window frame.





Supplies used:

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No embossing at all in our final card.
This time we created a fun fold card
by partially cutting a circle from our
card so that when it stands open our 
snowmen are standing up.





Supplies used:


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Thursday, 22 October 2015

Specialty Christmas Card in a Box Class


We completed our Specialty Christmas
Card in a Box Class last week and here is
the result.

Such a great project although there
was a lot of work involved with
stamping, embossing and die cutting
all the different baubles etc.

I definitely think it was worth all the
work involved.

Supplies used: 

Cardstock - Whisper White, Real Red, Red Foil Paper,  Silver Glimmer Paper
Stamp Sets -Embellished Ornaments, Holly Jolly Greetings
Dies - Christmas Greetings Thinlets, Delicate Ornaments Thinlets, Stars
Fine Silver Thread,  Silver Cording, Home for Christmas Enamel Dots, 1/8" Striped Ribbon, Silver Embossing Powder

Monday, 19 October 2015

OCTOBER CLASS


I can't believe we are nearing the end
of October and it is time for class.

 Here is a little sneak peek of the cards we
will be creating this month again using
all new products from the Holiday
Catalogue.

The card showing the very cute
snowmen is fancy fold card.

Classes are being held either
Thursday 22nd October or
Saturday 24th October

at 90 Rio Vista Boulevard, 
Broadbeach Waters

Time:  10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.

Cost is $20 and includes morning tea.

Please bring along your own adhesives
(ie double sided tape, tape runner, glue dots,
foam pop dots, liquid glue etc).  If you don't have 
your own adhesives, that is no problem
as I can supply them for an extra $5.
All other materials are included to 
complete your projects.

As places are limited, please book your
preferred class by calling or texting me
on 0407 770 555 or by email to
sbi37508@bigpond.net.au

Monday, 12 October 2015

OH, HELLO SANTA

How cute is Santa peeking out the window.


This card was easily created by fussy
cutting Santa and a Christmas Tree from
the Home For Christmas Designer Series
Paper.
Add in some beautiful Winter Wonderland
Designer Vellum, Red Glimmer Paper and
some Gold Cording together with a cute
little Die Cut window and Jolly and
you have one simple but beautiful
Christmas Card. 
Hard to believe that no there was
no stamping involved at all.


Supplies used:

Cardstock - Whisper White, Red Glimmer Paper
DSP/Vellum - Home for Christmas, Winter Wonderland Designer Vellum Stack
Dies - Christmas Greetings Thinlets Dies, Hearth & Home Thinlets Dies
Gold Cording

Monday, 5 October 2015

OCTOBER STAMP CLUB

Sharing the projects from this month's.
Stamp Club.

This month we focused on the new 
Hearth & Home Thinlets Dies and the
Holly Jolly Greetings Bundle.




Our first project also used the gorgeous Home
for Christmas DSP.  So many possibilities
with this DSP.  Here we have fussy
cut the Christmas Tree to be shown
through the window.


Our second project also used the same
DSP together with the gorgeous Delicate
Ornaments Thinlets Die.  Our sentiment
came from the Holly Jolly Greetings Stamp Set.

Saturday, 26 September 2015

September Class Projects

Sharing our class projects completed in this month's classes.

We had fun using new products from the
Holiday Catalogue.

How gorgeous is the new Embellished Ornaments
Stamp Set and co-ordinating framelits.

On this card we used Old Olive to stamp
the Holly Leaves at the top of the card with our
sentiment being stamped in Real Red.

The ornament has been die cut with the
Delicate Ornaments Thinlets Dies.  A solid
ornament in Real Red and the beautiful
Filigree Ornament in Gold Foil which
has been layered over the top.




Our third project was creating a 
co-ordinating gift box with the new 
Square Pillow Box
Thinlets Dies and co-ordinating stamp set.

Again the colours we have used are 
Real Red as well as some of the DSP
 from the Merry Moments Paper Stack.

The sentiment is from the co-ordinating
A Little Something stamp set coloured
with Real Red and Old Olive Markers.



I have just discovered my photo of our 
second project has mysteriously disappeared. 
Not sure if the computer has gobbled it up
or if it was something I managed to do all 
by myself, so I will be back to share this 
card with you soon.

Monday, 21 September 2015

Hearth & Home Thinlets Die




Loving the new Hearth & Home Thinlets
Dies in the new Holiday Catalogue.

This card was inspired by the many beautiful
cards I have seen on the Internet recently.

The scene viewed from the window is
created with the Happy Scenes Stamp Set.

I also added the cat image which comes from 
the Festive Fireplace Stamp Set.

You can purchase the bundle (Happy Scenes
Stamp Set & Hearth & Home Thinlets Dies) as
a bundle and save 15%.

Supplies used:

Cardstock - Early Espresso, Crumb Cake, Whisper White
Ink Pads - Old Olive, Memento Black
Stamp Sets - Happy Scenes, Festive Fireplace
Dies - Hearth & Home Thinlets Die, Festive Fireside Framelits Die
Embossing Folder - Brick Wall
Two Way Glue & Dazzling Diamonds Glitter

Friday, 18 September 2015

Very Special Birthday Card for my Mum



Sharing today the very special birthday
card I created for my Mum's 75th Birthday
celebrated this week.

I am so very lucky to have such a wonderful and
special Mum and love her dearly so
this card was created with extra special
love and attention to detail.

The colours I have used are Blushing Bride
and Smoky Slate together with some Silver
Shimmer Cardstock (now retired) for some of 
the butterflies.

Supplies used:

Cardstock - Blushing Bride, Smoky Slate, Whisper White, Silver Shimmer Cardstock
Ink Pads - Blushing Bride, Smoky Slate
Stamp Sets - Butterfly Basics, Groovy Love, Flower Shop, Petal Potpourri (retired), Balloon Bash (retired)
Punches - Pansy, Flower Medallion
Dies - Bold Butterfly Framelits, Butterflies Thinlets
Pearls


Thursday, 17 September 2015

September Classes




This month it is all about Christmas.

We shall be creating 2 cards and a
super cute gift box using all new
products from the Holiday Catalogue.

Classes are being held either
Thursday 24th September or
Saturday 26th September

at 90 Rio Vista Boulevard, 
Broadbeach Waters

Time:  10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.

Cost is $20 and includes morning tea.

Please bring along your own adhesives
(ie double sided tape, tape runner, glue dots,
foam pop dots, liquid glue etc).  If you don't have 
your own adhesives, that is no problem
as I can supply them for an extra $5.
All other materials are included to 
complete your projects.

As places are limited, please book your
preferred class by calling or texting me
on 0407 770 555 or by email to
sbi37508@bigpond.net.au.


Wednesday, 9 September 2015

September Stamp Club


Our two projects from this month's
Stamp Club.




Our first project was a card which I cased from the new Holiday Catalogue using the new Embellished Ornaments Stamp Set.

Absolutely love this stamp set and matching
framelits.  Looking forward to creating lots of lovely Christmas cards with this set.



Our second project were some Christmas tags.  This time using the Oh, What Fun Stamp Set which is just perfect for creating lots of fun tags.  This stamp set is actually the co-ordinating stamp
set for the Oh What Fun Tag Project Kit, so not only can you use it with the Tag Kit but also to create so many more different tags. 

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