Monday, March 6, 2017

Monday Morning Update


Sale-a-bration
It’s not too late to earn yourself some free product. Sale-a-bration will continue until the end of the month. Please click on the link above to my web site for all the details.
Classes this week
Wednesday, 15th March: Scrapbook club. Make a double layout. Please bring your photos, adhesives and basic tools. The cost is $15.00.
Thursday, 16th March: Project Club. Make two cards, the cost is $10.00 and just bring yourself. There are still places available in all clubs, Please let me know if you would like to join in.

Stamp-a-stack
The stamp-a-stack class for this month is Dragonfly Dreams. During this class you will make 6 cards using the Dragonfly Dreams bundle on page 26 of the occasion’s catalogue. The class will be Saturday, 25th March and cost for the class is $30.00, please bring adhesives and basic tools to the class.
Registration closes on the 23rd March.

Retreat in April
This is the first retreat that I have been involved in organizing. I am sure it will be a whole of fun. It will be great to share ideas and get inspiration from everyone else! Please refer to the attached flyer for all the details. To confirm your place a deposit needs to be paid by the 15th March. If you have any questions please give me a call.


Retreat Sneak Peek!
Take a look at the little gift box that retreat guests will be receiving, it will be full of goodies! Just scroll down to the next post!



All about colour
I though with each update I would include two colour combinations that have one colour in common. This week will be Daffodil Delight.

Combination 1: Daffodil Delight, Early Espresso and Cherry Cobbler
Combination 2: Daffodil Delight, Night of Navy and Old Olive

Dynamic Duo – these are two colours that match perfectly together, a light and dark shade.  Daffodil Delight and Crushed Curry are a dynamic duo.


Scoot over to my blog and check out a project or two using these colour combinations. Scroll down two posts to take a look!

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