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.






Monday morning Update

Hello, Just a little bit late today, do you ever have one of those mornings where nothing goes to plan? I had one of those today – 2 hour...