Monday, June 29, 2009

The Neverending card.......

I am having a get together today with all the girls from my group and my upline (Go Gail Force Stampers!!!) and I am teaching them how to make a Neverending card. It truly is easy as to put together but just time consuming to decorate, its like making four cards in ONE! If you want to make your own, the link is here to the instructions.

Friday, June 26, 2009

Pics of my sample projects from the Paperific Show

Many have requested some pics from some of the items that were on display last weekend at Paperific. Here are some of them. Instructions found here. These would make a lovely present for a young girl as a jewellery keepsake or even on a desk for stationery items such as paperclips etc.

Here is the stepper box.

And here is the stationery box. Instructions found here. This box is also a lovely present for someone special. It contains a pocket for postage stamps and an address book and pen. There are compartments for gift cards and standard size cards as well as tags.
This was made with some Designer Series Paper called Brocade Background from last years catalogue. I am currently working on one using the new Sweet Nothings Simply Scrappin Kit. Stay tuned for more pics of that one.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Post-it popularity....

I made these as my Make & Take's for the Paperific show on the weekend. I found the idea on Renae's blog. I modified them slightly with the measurements and I used the lovely letters stamp set. If you would like to make one of these, they are really easy.

Cut a piece of cardstock 7 1/2" X 3 1/4"
Score at 2 1/4", 2 1/2", 5 3/4" and 6"
Use your jumbo stampin' around wheel and roll across the top flap
Cut a piece of Designer Series Paper 3" X 2" and adhere to the bottom flap
Use half a post-it note thickness and adhere inside.
Stamp your letter and punch out with then 1 1/4" circle punch. P
Punch another circle with the 1 3/8" punch and then finally once scallop circle punch.
Adhere together and attach with a velcro dot - DONE! They were very popular and I thought I would put these instructions up in case anyone wanted them.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

My Sample Boards..

These ones are what I put together for the show today. Feel free to email me with an enquiries. Maybe I will see some of you at the next show in July.

Sample Boards from Paperific......

There were many requests for these today so here they are - enjoy! Hope you all get lots of inspiration... To all the lovely ladies I met today, I look forward to hearing from you with any requests you may have. Happy Stampin!!!!!

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Tri-fold Shutter Card

I saw one of these on SCS and just had to give one a go. I made one for my best friends birthday card - Jacq is a keen stamper like me so it is always hard to find something she hasn't seen before. These are her favourite colours too. She loved it when I gave it to her. They are actually really easy to make. If you are interested in making one yourself, simply click here on Bonnie's blog for the instructions. I have use the Urban Garden DSP and the Friendly Words wheel with the Oval Punch, Scallop Border Punch and my crimper. I used a technique around the oval that I explained in an earlier post.

Samples, samples, samples...

I am currently working on some samples for my display boards for Paperific. I have done a poster for each of some of my favourite sets - Garden Whimsy and Simply Said. If you want to see more, get along to the show on the weekend. We have a stand there and we will be running demonstrations all day and FREE Make & Takes! So come along and learn some new techniques and see our talented demos in action using lots of our fabulous products. It starts on Friday and finishes on Sunday. Hope to see many of you at the show.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Just creating.....

One of my friends at work asked me to make a card for her Mum's friend for her 50th. She wanted a big one so lots of her friends could write something. Well I couldn't just make a card could I????? LOL

So this way it is a keepsake also. This was really easy to put together just time consuming but a great creative release after all my reports that I have been writing for school :(

I love the Kaiser products. My friend Jacq and I are planning a road trip down to Geelong to visit the warehouse. Maybe I should leave my Credit Card at home that day - NOT *grin*.

I have used some of Stampin' Up!'s Le Jardin papers (unfortunately retired *sob*) some ribbon and vavious other embellishments. The most time consuming part was sanding all the edges (lots of sneezing - LOL) I have finished it off with some crystal effects - I just love that stuff! Thanks for looking.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Fun, Fun, Fun and more $$$

June and July are the best months to hold a workshop because YOU get extra benefits including an extra $40 to spend on fabulous Stampin' Up! products when your sales reach $600. Click here for more information or better still call me today (0414 400 841) to book your workshop where you and your friends can enjoy an afternoon of creative fun all for FREE! Get in quick to ensure you get the date that suits you most. Winter is a great time of year to get inspired and be productive. Learn more inventive ways to use the products you may already have and WOW your friends with your creativity.
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