Saturday, November 27, 2010

Christmas Cards

Stamp Sets: Delightful Decorations and Occasional Quotes
Colours: Real Red, Old Olive and Whisper White
Versamark Resist technique used on the background.
Stamp Set: Comtempo Christmas
Colours: Whisper White, Certainly Celery and So Saffron

Stamp Set: Holiday Line UP
Colours: Early Espresso, Very Vanilla and Real Red

Stamp Sets: Dasher
Colours: Old Olive, Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler and Jolly Holiday DSP
Stamp sets: Lovely as a tree and Four the Holidays.
Colours: Whisper White, Real Red and Old Olive

Stamp Sets: Many Merry Messages, Music Note standard wheel
Colours: Very Vanilla, Basic Black, Real Red and Old Olive

Monday, November 8, 2010

Beware Pirates

These are the two make and take projects for a children's birthday party.
the colours that have been used are Not Quite Navy, Old Olive and Pumpkin Pie.

Cards for Kid's

All of these cards are simple and quick to make. The designs can be used for both boys and girls - all is needed is a simple clour change.

Baby Cards

All three cards were made using the "Baby Tees" jumbo wheel

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Christmas Stamp-a-stack

Date: Saturday 23rd October, 2010

Time: 1pm to 4pm

Fee: $30.00
Please bring the following items with you - all adhesives, bone folder and scissors.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Projects for kid's to make

All of these projects are suitable for children to do. The boxes can be decorated in many different ways using many different mediums.
These are perfect for children's birthday parties.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

What do you think?

Well, what do you think of my new look blog? I was a bit over the way it looked yesterday so made a few very quick changes. I love the way each posting is now blocked - I find that it has helped to keep each new entry seperate from the last.

More ideas for Men's projects

All of these projects were made using the Seaworthy stamp set.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Need Inspiration

Men can be a bit more challenging to make cards and gift for so to help you out i have created a new label for my blog called "Projects for men". I will try and upload new projects regularly so keep checking back.

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Stamp Clubs starting in September

Would you like to earn hostess benefits and would prefer not to host a workshop or don’t know enough people to invite? Joining a stamp club may be the perfect thing for you.
A stamp club is a group of 6 to 8 people who get together once a month and take turns in receiving hostess benefits.
If the club has 8 members each member is required to purchase a minimum of $37.50 of product every month. This will mean that every month there is guaranteed hostess benefits for a $300.00 workshop.
If you would like to be a part of a club you will be required to sign a stamp club agreement form stating that you agree to be a part of the club for the 6 or 8 months and that you agree to purchase the minimum sales each month for the duration of the club. Each month you have the option of attending the stamp club session. During this session you will make two projects using different product and techniques. There will be a $6.00 fee for this session each month to cover the cost of materials.
I am hoping to have at least one Traralgon based club and one Sale based club. If you would like further information please email or call me and I will send you the information sheet and agreement form.

Upsy Daisy Class

Date: Satruday, 31st July
Time: 2pm
Fee: $25.00
Registration Closes: Monday, 26th July

Create these five fantastic projects using the Upsy Daisy Stamp Set. Each project wil be using different techniques including heat embossing, emboss resist, spritzer, markers and a candle.

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

July Challenge - Watercolouring

Prize: “Picture This” Stamp Set.

What's the challenge all about?
These challenges are designed to inspire and encourage you to create a new card following the guidelines set. Taking part in a challenge is a great way for you to share your creations with other papercrafters as all entries will be posted on my blog.

Here is the Challenge: Create an original card using the following:

Competition requirements:
1. Create an original card using watercoloured images. I recommend that either Basic Black Classic Ink or the Jet Black stazOn ink be used for watercoloured images.
2. The card can be any theme eg: men’s card, kid’s card, thank you card.
3. Only Stampin’ Up! Stamps can be used. Any colour combinations can be used. 4. The only watercolour mediums that can be used are Water Colour Pencils, Watercolour Wonder Crayons, Stampin’ Write markers and Classic Ink Pads.
5. Cards that have been demonstrated in workshops, clubs, classes and on my blog and web site cannot be entered.
6. The cards must be the original work of the entrant.
7. A minimum of four entries must be received for the competition to be judged.

How to submit your card
Please send or deliver all entries to:

Jacinta Ryan
5 Themi Place,
Traralgon, Vic. 3844

Please include your address so I can return your card after the competition closes.

Competition closes: 31st July, 2010

The winning entry will be announced in my August newsletter, on my blog and web site.
All entries will be posted on my blog. If you would prefer that your card is not posted on my blog please notify me at the time of submitting your entry.

April/May Challenge

Sorry for the delay, here are the entries for the Poppin' Pastels Challenge.

The winning card. Congratulations Shelley!

Thak you to everone who took part in the challenge.

You've Got Style

This card was made in project club last month. The stamp set used is You've Got Style.  I don't always go for stamp sets like this o...