Monday, November 28, 2011

Project Club Information Sheet

What is a project club?

A project club is a small group of stampers who will get together once a month to stamp, learn new techniques and share ideas. There will be challenges set that all members are required to take part in - new challenges will be set every month.

The project club gives you the chance to stamp with a group of like minded individuals on a monthly basis and you will have the opportunity to showcase your own projects each month.

How a Project club works

• Each month all members will complete two projects using different techniques and products.

• Each month you will receive all technique sheets, patterns and templates used.

• There will be one challenge set every month. The completed projects must be brought to the club session each month to share your ideas with the rest of the group. The challenges will be simple and easy to complete.

• Each member will be assigned one month and on your month you will be required to bring supper to share with the group. On your month you will also receive a small gift of appreciation.

Project Club Details

Number of members: 6 people

Club Duration: 6 months

Club sessions: Once a month

Cost per month: $8.00

Thank you so much for your interest.

Project Club Agreement

Name: _____________________________________________________

Address: ____________________________________________________


Phone: _____________________________________________________

Email: ______________________________________________________

I agree to take part in the Project Club and complete all set challenges. I agree to supply a light supper on my assigned month.

Signed: __________________________________ Date: ____________

Preferred Day: Mon Tue Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun

Preferred Time: Morning Afternoon Evening

Stamp Club Information Sheet

Stamp Club

• A group of people nominated in the club will get together once a month.

• You will get to make two stamping projects each month (a small fee will be charged to cover the cost of materials) and there will be templates, patterns and technique sheets for each participant as well as lucky door prizes and on occasions a stamping competition. Participation in the monthly workshop is optional but if you choose not to attend you still must place your order for that month.

• As part of the club all members will agree on purchasing a set amount (or more) of merchandise from me the Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator each month.

• Each club member will take turns in being the hostess - your designated month cannot be changed once it is set.

• The monthly Hostess is entitled to all free and incentive merchandise available for that month’s stamp club. For example: If the club merchandise total for the month is $302.00 the hostess will receive one Level One stamp set from the hostess benefits pages and $30.00 of free merchandise from any of the current catalogues.

How a Stamp club works

• Let’s say my stamp club has 8 members Cheryl, Bobbie, Mary, Dianne, Kate, Lisa, Michelle and myself

• The minimum Stampin’ Up! Demonstration to qualify for hostess benefits is $300.00 of course; you can always order more and get better benefits!

• Each one of us agrees to purchase at least $37.50 of product each month plus postage. So that gives us the needed $300.00 total for hostess benefits. This month Dianne is the hostess Cheryl, Mary, Kate, and Dianne Purchase $37.50 Bobbie, Lisa, Michelle and Myself all spend $50.00 each and Dianne has brought in a outside order worth $20.00 that gives Dianne the hostess benefits that are available for having a $370.00 demonstration.

• Once everyone has signed their commitment form, the participants are assigned to their months.

• Sounds Good? Great! All you need to do is fill out the commitment form and as soon as there is a least 8 participants the club will begin.

This can be a really inexpensive way to add to your stamp collection; however the success of the club depends on the members. You must commit to the full term of the club. Also please note this isn’t intended to take the place of workshops and classes. Even if you are one of the participants in the club you can still attend all class and workshops as desired.

If you require more information or would like to discuss the stamp club further please contact me on (h) 51765894,

(m) 0437744590 or

Thank you so much for your interest.

Stamp Club Agreement Form

Jacinta Ryan, Independent Demonstrator


I,_______________________________________________________________________ agree to participate in the Stamp club that will run from________________________________(start month)to______________________________________(end month)

And agree to purchase $____________________ (minimum amount) a month from the most:

Recent Stampin’ Up! Idea Book and Catalogue, and/or the current Mini catalogue.

I understand the payment is due on or before the 15th of each month. I am also aware that I may purchase more than the agreement amount. I agree to accept all benefits and incentives that are included in being a Hostess, or a part of this Club.

My contact information is:

Address: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Telephone: ________________________________________________

Email: ____________________________________________________

Signature ___________________________________________

Date ________________________________________________

Please circle

Preferred Day or Evening stamp club.


What is a stamp club?

Monday, October 3, 2011

Stitched Stocking Samples

Christmas Stamp-a-stack

These were the projects that were completed in the Christmas Stamp-a-stack last month. Six cards in total - 2 each of the three designs. The kits for this class are avaliable at a cost of $30.00

Monday, September 19, 2011

My 2011 Challenge

Here are two of the scrapbook pages that I did while on retreat in Rawson a few weeks ago. Still some more to finish so hopefully they will be done soon.

Here is the page for July.

Here is the page for August.
Just one more for this month and finally up to date with my challenge.

Sunday, August 21, 2011


The Stamp-a-long scheduled for Saturday, 27th August has been cancelled. I am hoping to reschedule this event for September. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Project Club Challenge - July 2011

The challenge set was to make a card using the Felted Cardstock technique. This is what the ladies created.
Card by Marg

Card by Casey

Card by Diane

Card by Barb

Card by Brenda

Card by Lee-Anne

Card by Diane

Card by Kylie

Card by Kylie

Card by Kylie
Kylie did a great job demonstrating how well you can use the same products in different ways.

Card by Marg

Card by Marg

Card by Simone

Card by Simone
Card by Simone

Thursday, July 28, 2011

July Stamp Club and Cardstock & Ribbon Club Projects

Stamp sets: Occasional quotes, vintage vougue and baroque motifs
Colours: Riding hood red, baja breeze and peach parfait
Technique: baby wipe

Stamp sets: Cheep talk and bring on the cake
Colours: Melon mambo, daffodil delight, old olive and pacific point

My 2011 Challenge

This is my scrapbook page for June - only need to do one for this month and I will be up to date with my scrapbook challenge.
I found this phot of Nathan in the drawer and knew that it needed to be put on a scrapbook page.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Gift box

I made this gift box in a class last night. It would be a great make and take project leading into Christmas.
Stamp sets: Baroque motifs and vintage vogue
Colours: Tempting turquoise, rich razzleberry, pmpking pie and old olive.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Here's something for you to try

This card is using the Felted Cardstock technique and making flowers using the butterfly and 2 step bird punch.
Cardstock: Real red cardstock 13.5cm x 27cm and 8cm x 9cm
Whisper white cardstock 13cm x 13cm, 8.5 x 9.5 cm, 7cm x 8cm and small off cut to punch two butterflies
So saffron 7.5cm x 8.5cm
Old olive small off cuts to punch out the leaves
Punches: butterfly and two step bird punch
Inks: Real red ink pad, so saffron and perfect plum marker or ink refill and black marker
Stamp set: Bring on the cake
Adhesives: snail, glue stick and dimensionals.
Other: gold brad, serviette, cling wrap, iron, ironing board, water spritzer, small hole punch or piercing tool.

Cut the serviette into quarters.

Seperate each layer of the serviette - you will only need the top layer for the felted cardstock technique.

Use the iron on the highest dry setting and iron over the sandwich for a minute or so. Peel the cardstock off the scrap paper and trim the serviette to size. This can be adhered to the real red card.
The felted cardstock technique was found at
Making the flower.
Punch two butterflies out of whisper white cardstock.
Working with one butterfly at a time spritz with water. Using an aqua painter apply the so saffron ink to the butterfly.
Apply the perfect plum ink and allow to dry.
Using the black stampin' write marker apply detail to the centre of the butterfly.
Punch a small hole in the middle of each butterfly and set the brad. Slightly curl the edges of the petals up.
Punch out three leaves and attach them to the back of the flower.
Stamp the sentiment using real red ink.
Use both snail adhesive and dimensionals to completed the card.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Christmas in July Event

The Christmas in July event gave all the ladies a head start on their Christmas projects. It was great to listen to all the conversations about what they planned to do for their Christmas cards and gifts this year. The day was a huge success and enjoyed by all. Thank you so much to the ladies who attended the day.

Make and take projects completed.
Holiday Lineup

Tree trimmings
Delightful decorations

Sparkly & bright and Season of joy
The door prize was won by Jean

All guest received a gift - these holders contained card candy and embellishments to use on projects.
Card Competition - the winner of the card competition received two stamp sets.

The winning card by Lynda

Card by Jean
Card by Chris

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Project Club Challenge - June 2011

The challenge set for June was to create a Recessed Window Card. Any colour, mediums, stamp set and accessoreis could be used. Here are the projects completed by myself and the ladies from project club 1 and project club 2.

Card by Jacinta
Card by Jacinta
Card by Barb

Card by Barb
Card by Brenda

Card by Brenda
Card by Casey

Card by Diane
Card by Kylie

Card by Kylie
Card by Lee-Anne
Card by Simone
Card by Simone

Card by Lee-Anne
Card by Lisa
Card by Marg

Card by Jacinta

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...