Month: July 2015

Pocket This!

Hello again! I thought I’d pop in and show you what we made in this week’s class – Post-It Note pocketbooks. These are so cute, and a great gift for someone. You can do a simple pocketbook, or you can use some scoring and cutting to add a pen holder to the pocketbook, which is […]

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A Subtle Flutter

Well, we’ve made it through the first week of school holidays in WA, and I’m still alive! My lovely children have kept me away from my crafting, however, I thought I’d quickly pop in and show you one of the cards we made in last week’s card class :) The class involved the technique of […]

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Weekly Deals – 08/0715 to 14/07/15

Another week, another swag of fantastic Weekly Deals! There’s bonus extra deals every week until 4th August – but only while stocks last! When stock sells out, the bonus products will be removed from Weekly Deals, and will return to their original RRP, so don’t delay in grabbing a bargain while you can ;) Click […]

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ESAD 2015 Annual Catalogue Blog Hop

Hi everyone! Well, here we are with another ESAD Blog Hop, and this time it’s for the 2015-2016 Annual Catalogue. There’s 20 blogs to hop around, starting with me; so here we go :) What is ESAD? ESAD stands for “Extra Special Australasian Demonstrators” and is a Facebook group just for Australian and New Zealand […]

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Flutter by, butterfly…Part 2

After having a play with the Watercolor Wings photopolymer stamp set at Tuesday night’s class, I decided to have a further play with some different colour combinations. It was really a case of trial and error, and I was actually quite happy with some of them :) The colour combinations I used, are listed below. […]

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Flutter by, butterfly….Part 1

Hello! I’m back again with another project from my weekly classes :) This week, we put our focus onto one of the newly released Butterfly bundles – Watercolor Wings. It’s such a beautiful stamp set, and it looks great stamped in virtually any colour combination. There are also matching Framelits available, so there’s no fussy […]

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