Product Share Classes

We are pleased to announce the first product share class is being held on the 9th and 10th of February at 10am.

Unlike or other classes this one needs to be prepaid at least 2 weeks before so that the supplies can be ordered, payment is due by Saturday 26 January 2018 for this class.

It will be a product suite out of the Occasion’s Catalogue 2019, in this class you will get a quarter share of the consumables of the Suite, we will supply the stamps and dies for you to use on the day. You will make 4 cards, as well as being able to take and make more at home.

Its different, its exciting and new and everyone will go home with more product to make cards at home.

Its the Geared Up Garage Suite, which is just amazing, you get Designer papers, card stock, Metal Elements, Ribbons and more. Who’s excited, I know I am to be able to bring this class to you in conjunctions with my upline Teneale.

Welcome to 2019

Hello everyone, just thought I would pop in and let you all know that our 4th Saturday is starting this month. Some of my Friday ladies have already started their morning class and was so excited to be back at classes.

Our 4th Saturday falls on Australia Day, 26 January at 1.30pm, this same class in 2019 will be also running on the Sunday morning at 10am for anyone who cannot make the Saturday. So that means if you have to work, do sports, shopping or something else you still can.

Now as its Australia Day, I thought we might make something with an Australian Theme.

We are also starting a new class this year which will need to be prepaid at least 2 weeks before so that the supplies can be ordered.

It will be a product suite out of the Occasion’s Catalogue 2019, in this class you will get a quarter share of the consumables of the Suite, we will supply the stamps and dies for you to use on the day.

Its different, its exciting and new and everyone will go home with more product to make cards at home.


Happy happy days are here, not sure where you started, but Allison is before me today, I love the fact that she always play and I love to see what she had done.

I have had a big couple of days stamping, Friday a class using the First Frost and if you have seen it, take a look at some of the cards make with it, its to die for, Saturday we had a whole day of Christmas Cards, 10 ladies, 250 cards, not a bad effort and so much fun.

Anyway here is our design this week, which I pondered on until this morning and then like a bolt of lightning, I knew which stamp set was meant for this sketch.

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Here we go, I chose to use the Vertical Greetings Set, has been sitting on my self for a couple of years, loved it, had to have it.  Does that happen to you?


Using my Stamp N Write Markers I inked up the stamp in Georgous Grape for the flowers and Rich Razzleberry for the Pot, Mossy Meadow for the stem.  I stamped double and hand cut the Pot, then using two small circle punches punched out the flowers and mounted them onto the top of the first stamp.

For the next layer I choose paper for the Frosted Floral Specialty Designer Series Paper and put velum over the top.

I used Blackberry Bliss as my backing of the design embossed with the Tin Tile Dynamic Textured Impressions embossing folder, attached to another piece of Blackberry Bliss and trimmed to a fine border.


Hope your day has been crafty fun and now your now off to see what Kozue

has made for us:








Hoppity do dah

Hi and Welcome to our bloghop for this fortnight.  Weeks are whizzing by and I only have one more bloghop before I am hopping off over to Orlando, how exciting.  I am also excited to see what Allison had prepared for us.

Here is our sketch for this week, quite an interesting layout.  Quite honestly I didn’t know what I was going to do.

Then the penny dropped, or something did, I have been helping prepare a day of card making with my up-line and part of it is to make 20 Christmas Cards in the day and go home to finish off another 20.  I decided to check what was in the pool of goodies left to be made up, we have already done 30 of them.

I took one of the Poppy Parade cardbases, a white card front, after cutting out my white circle from this front, I was then able to hide it with a card from the Santa and More pack, that’s the green piece, there were some strips left from other cards, so they become my strips.

In the kits we have put together, there is the beautiful designer papers, and this piece has flocking on it, trimmed and mounted onto my circle.

One of the cards that we had loved it and chopped it, Kylie’s favourite saying. so took the Merry Christmas stripped that had been chopped.

Wella, finished.  Love it, hope you do to.  Our class is running on the 13 October from 10.30 and there is just one spot left.

Here is a look at what we will be doing:

If you would like a kit, I am happy to sell one to you.

Your now off to see my partner in crime……………or upline………  Teneale


ESAD 2018 Holiday Catalogue

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Hi friends and welcome, if you have just started at my blog, or maybe you have come from Cathy and I wonder what she has made for us today.  I am sure your going to get lots of inspirations along the way from all the great demonstrators who are showcasing the new catalogue.

I’m excited to be showcasing one of my favorite stamp sets from the new Occasions Catalogue, its the Beautiful Baubles. there are just so much you can do with them.

I used the Stamparatus to line up two sets of the baubles, they colored the baubles with the tones of blue  and grey.  I colored another set of the baubles and die cut them out and using glue dots stuck them on.

I used the Swirls and Curls Textured embossing folder on the Night of navy strip and Subtle from the main catalogue on the Bermuda Bay card front.  I trimmed the white Baubles onto a piece of Coastal Cabana Cardstock and trimmed to a fine border, i used silver embossing for the greeting, Deck the Halls after I had dry embossed it.


The inside was greeting was embossed in silver to match the silver glitter strip on the night of navy.  To tie in the grey Blends, I used the Smokey Slate as my cardbase.

Now your off to see what Libby has made for you.

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Blog hop participant list:

1. Lou Kitzelman

2. Kim Oliver

3. Nicole Wilson

4. Delys Cram

5. Katrina Duffell

6. Peta Stephen

7. Cathy Pinchbeck

8. Barbara Williams

9. Libby Dyson

10. Jo Stubbings

11. Fi Cobbin

12. Rebekah Crisp

13. Jenna Watkins

14. Rachael Lewsley

15. Jenny Hayward

16. Rochelle Blok

17. Lauren Meiklejohn

18. Rose Packer

19. Monique Fielder

20. Maree McIntosh

21. Sandra Mastello

22. Amity Knight

23. Sharon Dalton

24. Narelle Fasulo

25. Sharni Haines

26. Rebecca Scurr








Sea of Textues

Hi and Welcome to the Inkspired Artists blog hop.  Not sure if your starting here or your come from Allison’s page, I wonder what she has made for us to-day.

The sketch is made my up line Teneale, who makes them up for us each fortnight.  A sketch is good if you want to come up with a card but don’t want to case anyone else’s work, not that there is anything wrong with that either.

Here is my take on this sketch, I used the delightful Under the Sea stamp bundle and the papers to match, I had looked at doing the octopus in Stampin Write markers, however as I also wanted to us this card from my class on Friday last week, it would have taken too long to get around the class.  Instead choose to use the designer papers and stamp on it.

This stamp set is such fun to use, we also made another one but stamped it all, maybe I will post it through the week.  I used the Rock Salt technique.


Hope you enjoy this card, now your off to see what Teneale has made for you.