Tuesday, June 30, 2009

what I did at Ann's craft class today

we did resist embossing today and Ann's craft class. We did that on these bagalopes - which is made from an envelope. I made this using Upsy Daisy and silver embossing powder, the background is sponged with baja breeze anad kiwi kiss. The top is not quite navy to match the embossed words.

I am looking for 7 keen people who love free stuff!
During the month of July I am offering $20 free products of your choice when you spend over $100 on Stampin' Up! products, and you go in the draw (with only the other 6 participants) to win a level one or level two (your choice) hostess stamp sets. You are welcome to to have more than one spot and you would get double the free products and double the chances to win.
Contact me asap to put confirm your spot!
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Monday, June 22, 2009

coming up for next weeks class!



These are called 'step boxes' or another name they are called is 'fantasy box' (never Google 'fantasy box' - you will be shocked at what you find! lol)
They are cute as, and very easy to make. Only requires two sheets of 12x12 paper, some matching cardstock for the lid and some stiff card for inside the 'walls'.
Contact me about coming along next week to learn how to make them.
julia.leece@slingshot.co.nz




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all the Dahlia's we did today


we had fun making these today during class. Lots of books need for all of them! LOL
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Saturday, June 20, 2009

i love shrinky plastic!!!



I made this card today using the Priceless Stampin' Up! stamp set. I punched out the black shrinky plastic and then punched two holes in it so it looked like a button. I then stamped the image with Whisper White Craft Ink - then on my embossing board (a clip board covered with tin foil) I placed the plastic under a small tea strainer then using my heat tool I shrunk the plastic. It shrinks by about 200%.
Using the tea strainer means what you are embossing doesn't get blown away! If I was just embossing a image I hold it in place with the clip on the clipboard.
Now off to work out what else I can use the shrinky plastic for..............




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Friday, June 19, 2009

we are making these at class on monday


they are dahlia folds. The paper clips show three different types of thes folds. They can be used on cards (like the tree on the card), scrapbooking or any off the page stuff. A great techneque to learn. Classes are Monday 12.30-2.30 & 7.30-9.30 (morning session 9.30-11.30 by arrangement) at my home.
Don't forget Stampin' Up! are having special hostess benifits for workshops with sales over $700. Not only will you have a few hours having fun crafting with friends but you can pick either a level one or a level two hostess stamp set plus a minimum of $130 of hostess dollars to spend on anything from our Ideas Book and Catalogue.
If you haven't got our latest catalogue I have stock available. All my catalogues are spiral bound which makes it easier to look thru and keeps it protected. (They have clear plastic covers too!) Contact me now for your catalugue for only $14.95.
I am now registered to accept Visa or Mastercard Credit Cards for any orders over $70.


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Thursday, June 11, 2009

for something a wee bit different


I was asked to make a thank you card for the dj at the local primary school where I sell my cards at. I wanted to do some thing a bit different so decided to do this piramid card as they seem to be the 'in' card at the mo! They are really easy and fun to make. The back of this has a part that opens up where they can write a message to the dj. The school colours are the paua colours and the paua shell is 'their' thing.
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Tuesday, June 9, 2009

another tin


this one is going to store all my cardstock samples in the colour familys. Its made with the Good Morning Designer Series Paper and the Good Friend stamp set. I LOVE doing 3D stuff - can you tell! lol
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some more of those paper clip book marks



these are all made from the Stampin' Up! in colours.
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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Another 6x6 layout for my mini album



This is what sort of mess four woman can create when having a crafting 'sleep over'! Thought it was a great photo to show off this years Stampin' Up! In Colours. I used the following on it.

Stamp Set: Art By Design (116338)
Ink: Kiwi Kiss (111835), Pink Pirouette (111838), Baja Breeze (111833)
Embellishments: Kiwi Kiss Cardstock (116204), Pink Pirouette (116203), Baja Breeze (116207), Pacific Point (116202), Riding Hood Red (116205) & Tangerine Tango (116206)
Tools: Punches-Round Tab (108340), Word Window (105090), Large Oval (107305), Spiral (108341) SNAIL Adhesive (104332), Mat Pack (105826), Dimensionals (104430),Silver Brads (104336)
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Monday, June 1, 2009

New June and July Stampin' Up! Promotion


Hostesses who hold a $700 workshop during the months of June or July will receive an additional $50.00 in hostess free dollars. Thats on top of the free stamp set (or sets) and the minium $70 hostess free dollars!! WOW

Contact me NOW to book your workshop!!

julia.leece@slingshot.co.nz
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