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Hello to All who visit my little space to share with you some of my creations made from Stampin' Up! products. I love to create and share my love for Stampin' Up! with you all, and would love to hear from you also. Here is the link for the current Stampin' Up! catalogues

Friday, April 29, 2016

Freddy - Stampin' Up! Layout.

It has finally rained in the Mallee, so that gives me a excuse to play in my making room. I absolutely love the messy background look, and very pleased with the way this page turned out. I have used all Stampin' Up! Products, and sneaked in a couple of retired products. The shimmer smooch and a couple of washi tapes.
I mixed up some early espresso re-inker with a little alcohol/water and spritzed onto very vanilla card stock. Then mixed both soft suede and crumb cake with aqua painter, and put on. Used heat tool to quicken the drying process. Spritzed on some crushed curry. Layered different stencils and used soft suede and crushed curry ink to sponge over. Used Work of Art stamp set and stamped the chevron imagine, then words came from project life stamp set Remember This. Layered very vanilla onto 12. X. 12 early espresso card stock, and layered photo also on early espresso card stock . Spritzed the entire page with the vanilla shimmer smooch, and added some metallic sequences. Added the little banner using washi tape and the metallic gold twine.
Freddy you little star. 
Hope this inspires you to have a go.
Happy Stampin'

Cheryl

Monday, April 25, 2016

Scrapbook Layout Class - Stampin' Up!

Hi Everyone, I'm holding a scrapbook double layout class. The layout below will be the template, and you will be learning the shaving cream technique. You will be able to choose your own colour combination on the day, so they blend with your photo's.

You need to have your 3 photo's ready to go, an idea of the colours you wish to use and all your different adhesives. (Snail, fast fuse, glue, glue dots, dimensionals ) which ever you use.

When:- Saturday 7th May
Time:- 1.00 to 3.00pm
Cost:- $25.00 includes kit and afternoon tea
Where:- Cheryl's place (111 Stradbroke Ave, Nyah)
RSVP:- 30th April.

Bookings essential, limited places.  Hope to see there.

#6monthstampingoals 

Happy Stampin'

Cheryl



Sunburst thinlits Birthday Card - Stampin' Up!

Here is a great quick card for the teenage boy. I find male cards difficult to create, but very happy with how this turned out.
My nephew is a Adelaide Crows supporter, so used their colours to make his card.
Stamps - Number of Years
Card Stock - night of navy, real red, daffodil yellow, whisper white.
Ink - Real red
Accessories - Large numbers framelits, sunburst thinlits, little stars embossing folder, bigshot, 21/2" circle pinch. 
Thanks for dropping by, and hope this gives you an idea for your next card.

Happy Stampin'

Cheryl

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Endless Birthday Wishes Card Class - Stampin' Up!

So very happy with how these cards finished up. Stampin' Up! Created this class for us so it was so easy to hold a class. I added a little twist to these cards just to step them up a bit, and very happy with them. Added the limited stamp #imbringingbirthdaysback , and this helped me with a challenge that Sara Douglas CEO of Stampin' Up! set for us. #6monthstampingoal to hold one extra event each month for 6 months, so this is my first.
Added some embossing with the small stars folder, and created a front for the card.
Added embossing with the large polka dots, and made a extra front.
Added embossing with small dots and also an extra front.
Embossed the extra front piece with the chevron embossing folder.
I'm hold this class tomorrow, so the lucky guests booked in will enjoy a great couple of hours creating their very own. If you are interested in doing this class, contact me, and I can arrange another class.

Happy Stampin'

Vheryl

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Spotlight on shaker cards with STAMPIN' UP! Products.

Hi Everyone, I had a small challenge this week, I presented at the On Stage event in Sydney. I was a little (ok a lot) out of my comfort zone, but got through, and came out the other side reasonable unscathed. I would like to share with you the samples that I created to share with everyone. I got many ideas off Pinterest, and changed them a little to put a spotlight on the shaker cards. I had not made shaker cards before, but very glad I can say, I absolutely love them. So if you haven't yet ventured that way, go for it, you will love them. I extended them a little, as I love to scrap, and created pages with a shaker. Hope you enjoy my samples, and you have a go yourself.
Gifts for lovely ladies that I attended On Stage with. Shaker with tea in them.
Stampin' Up! Celebrating 10 years in Australia, with the cover of the first catalogue, new products to be launched in June.
Two of the new in-colours to be launched also in June.
Another gift for friends, contained biscuits and tea bags. This is so they can enjoy a cuppa on me.
Shaker for a birthday.

Tea cup shaker.
Baby tags with a bling.
Rose of many colours.
More baby cards
More new products coming out in June, and more new colours.
Lovely this bundle, makes for a wonderful shaker card.
A wedding card. Used some rice for the shaker.
Party time shaker.
Lovely wedding card.
Birthday card 
Party time card
Scrap layout with 4 small shakers
Project Life with balloon shakers and hooray shaker
Last year at the Stampin' Up! Convention on the Gold Coast Beach. Real gold sand in the shaker with sequins.
Birthday cake shaker in Project Life page.
More small shakers on scrap layouts

Double layout.
Port hole shakers
Clever little Freddy.
Double layout.
Hope you get a few ideas from these samples, and please have a go at the shaker cards and scrap layouts. In June new products will be launched to make, making shaker cards very simple. Keep watching for the new catalogue.

Happy Stampin'

Cheryl













Wednesday, April 6, 2016

You re So Lovely Project Kit by Stampin Up!

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