Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Friday, November 13, 2009
Thursday, November 12, 2009
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Saturday, October 17, 2009
This card was made using Pacific Point card stock ~A great colour that I have used on several of my christmas card designs this year~ The border stamp is stamped in pacific point. I have based it on basic black and than used white glossy paper, baby wiped in pacific point and brilliant blue ink, and than just stemped the trees in the basic black over it. Than, me being me, needed glitter! So diamond dazzled glitter using the 2 way glue pen on different areas on the card.
Hope yu like it!
Monday, October 12, 2009
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
If you would like to see how this card is made, you can hold a workshop, invite your friends over and make some stuff for free!! Please email me to find out how
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
So, with Mum up here I felt the urge to create!! This is what I came up with! I used pink pirouette as the base card stock. I really like this years in colors! I than added black as a border colour to the raspberry tart designer series paper. I used white ink onto two of my black squares and the gorgeous "Great Friend" Stamp Set, that is available in the mini, for sale until the 30Th November. I really hope that they add this set to the next years September release of our new Stampin' Up! idea book and catalogue.
SO AFTER a bit of measuring and scoring and folding I came up with this card. I really like it, and am planning on using this design of card into my November Christmas card workshops! After adding a brad with a pink rhinestone i was happy.
I hope that my hostess on the weekend likes it! I hope that you do
Monday, September 21, 2009
This card has been done using the perfect plum as a card base, and than I used the sprinkles stamp in perfect plum on pale plum cs. I brushed over the cs with the ink pad to give it that older look. I than used the "priceless" butterfly in the same way, and circle and scalloped punched it.
Monday, September 7, 2009
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Do you love handing out homemade cards for Christmas? Do you enjoy making cards? Would you like to make 16 Cards for $20?
Join us for a fun few hours of beginner level card making, making 4 cards of 4 designs. All materials, envelopes and even snacks are included in the cost, plus door prizes and great people to talk to! Bring a friend or two to share in the fun!
Venue is my house, at Narangba, on Saturday 3rd October from 1 -3 pm and the same class is running again on Saturday 17th October 2-4. Feel free to book into both classes!
Please RSVP along with your payment by Friday September 25th. For further details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, August 27, 2009
So here it is Briannan's card. I think that she did a top job on it.
Saturday, August 15, 2009
This is the card shut so it fits into a standard aussie sized envelope. I used perfect plum c/s and versa marked in the so swirly roller... I know... sooooo unlike me lol! I have put two pink rhinestone brads on either side of the new Oval All punch set from the new mini... Only available until the end of November if you like it! I alo used chocolate chip ribbon on the c/sThis is what it looks like opened. I ued the butterfly from the Good Friend set, again, available from the mini until the end of november. I stamped it onto the ww base c/s in pretty in pink and than rock and rolled it on another sheet of ww c/s in perfect plum and chocolate chip and dimensionald (is that a word?) over the other butterfly. I also used the crop-a-dile to punch in an eyelet and threaded it with the same chocolate chip ribbon that I did on the base.
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
As most of you know I have organised my first Christmas card workshop for the year. You make 8 Christmas cards for a cost of $25! BARGAIN! If you are interested in coming and would like to view the flier please let me know and I will send it to you. Dates for the first workshop are 5Th September 1 -3 at my house. The same class will be on the 19Th September from 2 - 4.
A great way to get a head start on Christmas!
I have the next two workshops dates booked in Octobers will be held on the 3rd from 1 -3 and on the 17th 2 -4. Novembers will be 7th from 1 - 3 and 21st from 2 -4. if you attend these classes and bring along a person that I have not met before you will also receive $5 off your next class.
After some consideration on days and times etc... My wonderful customers have agreed that it would be a great idea if I hold open nights at my house for everyone to come and use my inks, stamps, punches, rolls etc... If you have an unfinished project, or would just like to have a play with all the cool Stampin' Up! stuff, you are more than welcome to come. Cost is $5 per person and will be held on the last Wednesday of every month from 7pm - 830 pm. If you are interested in coming please let me know and I will give you all of the details.
Mater Mothers Christmas Card Workshops... As you all know, our Paper Angel's group hold Christmas card events annually to help support with donations, the mater mothers bereavement programme, The official flier will be out some time this week with full details, but if you would like to get in early and secure your place the Pine Rivers workshop will be held on Sunday the 25th October. I will probably only be attending this workshop as I am pregnant and if I went to all of the workshops I would have too much fun, which could lead to an early delivery lol! In all seriousness, it is a great day, with awesome prizes, fantastic food and all for a great cause!
I will post up more information as it comes to hand, but it would be great to see the familiar as well as some new faces this year! Let's make it the best one ever!!
I know that this is not a very creative entry to my blog, but I hope to get some new samples on here from the new mini as soon as Julian remembers that He does have a sleep during the day and allows me o make some great things!
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Monday, July 20, 2009
A few more questions answered about workshops...
Do I charge for workshops?
No I do not, I do however charge for classes where their are multiple things being made. These are usually advertised and payment is needed before the class.
What is the difference between a workshop and a class?
Workshops are when you get your friends, family around and we all make at least one item. Workshops are done to try to earn you free products and introduce your friends to Stampin' Up! Workshops are usaully held from 4 - 12 people, whereas classes are designed for a larger group, usually 10 - 20 people who are advised beforehand what they are making.
I would like top place an order, do I have to host a workshop?
Orders can be placed whenever you would like items, no you do not have to host a workshop, but it is more beneficial if you do, as others may order and you can earn free product.
How do I organise a workshop?
Just give me a call, comment to this post, or drop me an email and we can organize the date and time that would suit you.
Thursday, July 9, 2009
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
Here is a card that I made for Ray for our first wedding anniversary, lucky for me the first years marriage gift is paper, so it suited me to a tea!
This is the card:
I used the bella bleu DSP onto a base of chocolate chip. I have also used the three little words set, again stamped in chocolate chip. I used my eyelet border on whisper white and black, it is a gorgeous punch! I also used some hodge podge to try and make the card a litle masculine. I just tore the black to give it more dimension on the card.
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Please excuse the poor quality of the photo, Yeah... still the mobile camera ewww!
This card was inked in kiwi kiss on the whisper white c/s and base colour is the baja breeze. The DSP is bordered by basic grey.
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
I do have a few photos to put up, they are taken on my mobile, so they are not very good quality at all.
Here is a mothers day card hat I made using chocolate chip, pretty in pink and chocolate chip ribbon, watercolouring was used on this gorgeous flower from the beautiful level 2 hostess samp set "Echoes of Kindness"
This month there is a great special for hostesses, Stampin Up are offering an extra $40 for you to spend on stampin up produc, if you host a workshop and your workshop reaches $600 or over, so for a $600 workshop, not only do you recieve a level one or level two FREE stamp set, you all recieve $110 for this month and July WOW what a bargain! If you are interested in hosting your own workshop and creating wonderful items, feel free to contact me by email or phone to organise a date!
Saturday, April 11, 2009
I am so disappointed that all of the old in colours have been retired, but I must admit that I am LOVING the new in colours! I absolutely love the tangerine tango! It is awesome I love it with a chocolate chip ink or ribbon with it, it is gorgeous, I have made up a card that i currently have at Bec's so as soon as I have it I will post it on here. The reason I am complaining about not having the older colours is because I came across a card I had made with the groovy guava, yet again, I had used the versa mark with the so swirly stamp wheel, Used chocolate chip ribbon on the top and topped it off with a pretties flower and pearl. I used chocolate chip on whisper white card stock and used hodgepodge over the top. It is very simple and as soon as I get some new in colour accessories I will be making up some more soon!
I have a lot of new cards to post on here, so when I am back from doing workshops in sydney and in maryborough I will post what we have been making in our workshops! If you are interested in holding a workshop I am fully booked out until May, please let me know as soon as possible if you would like to hold a workshop!
Saturday, March 7, 2009
Friday, March 6, 2009
Thursday, March 5, 2009
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
Again anothercard done on basic grey, the neutral colours (apart from vanilla) seem to not get used alot, may be it is the emo in me that likes it lol.
I have also used real red and whisper white. I have embossed the stamp in silver embossing powder and have paper pierced the edges and used the cropadile on the bottom. I have also used a red brad and a bit of real red ribbon as well.
Tuesday, March 3, 2009
This cards base is cameo coral, and i have paper pierced along the side, just before the basic grey.
I have than white inked the yummy stamp.
Sorry about the picture, for some reason the white kept reflecting which kept throwing on the flash.
Monday, March 2, 2009
Album In A day - Paper angels, Garry Palmer Memorial Fund thru the australian cancer research foundation
Thankyou once again.
Sunday, February 22, 2009
This card was made using the embrace life set.. I so hope that this set is going to be in the new catalogue! I love it. I have also used the so swirly wheel in versa mark, again another stamp that I use almost all of the time! I have made this card as a pop up card, I used versa mark on the inside with the sprinkles stamp set. I used pale plum and perfect plum.
This card I made for my nephew Matty, I used the loads of love stamp set, again, another set that I use quite alot especially for male cards. I used the Jersey Shore DSP and stamped the presents from the crazy for christmas stamp set I coloured over them in the BB chalks. I have used Brilliant Blue CS and popped the car on dimensionalsThis card I have used polka dot punches from SAB. I have usedLavender Lace CS and embossed the hearts in silver and used the mats and punched the holes around the top of the CS. A bit of hodgepodge and voilla... I really like this card, It is for my cousin Donna for her birthday.
This card is what I have made for when Hayley is born. Very simple card, but i like it too. I have just paper pierced around the whole card and Punched out vellum it seemed to work better than a solid colour behind the pram, which I have stamped on white CS in blush blossom. Added hodge podge and just used the hostess stamp so many sayings.