Dates: 1-29 December 2010 Details: You can get up to 50 percent off great Stampin’ Up! products during our December Frenzy sale! This is a great reason to stay in contact with me during the busy Christmas season. Products and sale prices are listed below. Item Page Description Retail Price Sale Price 119181 39 A Little Treat Wood-Mount Stamp Set $21.95 $10.98 120018 39 A Little Treat Clear-Mount Stamp Set $15.95 $7.98 119189 40 Tote-Ally Tess Wood-Mount Stamp Set $37.95… Read more »

 Here’s another quick Christmas card we made at Leonie’s. It has a pocket with a tag and is all dressed up for Christmas Day in its very own ‘best outfit’. Here it is again, with the tag part way out. You could use this card as a money card as well. Lots of different uses for the special people in your life. The last view is of the card and the tag separately, so you can see how it goes… Read more »

  This card uses one of the a la Carte series of stamps – Dasher. I just love this stamp.  We also used Lovely As a Tree set for the background. This is a lovely, simple easel card. You can see it open, below. The sentiment is from the Welcome Christmas set and coloured using Chocolate Chip. I hope you like this card share. Don’t forget to leave a comment or contact me for more information. It’s the last days… Read more »

Here’s another card I made at Leonie’s. Now, this one looks difficult but is quite easy (especially when Leonie does the cutting for you :)) The picture above shows the front of the card closed ready to mail. This view shows the card open so you can see the window part that ‘swings’ When you open that card out, this is what you see. Another clever card that doesn’t take too long to make. You also just have to love… Read more »

I went to Leonie’s today and we made 4 lovely cards. I will share them with you over the next few days.   This card was so much fun to make. Lots of measuring and Leonie came up with some unique measuring units – “dingy” thing 🙂 Just as well we understood what she was referring to. The centre of this card slides up and reveals a message beneath. Isn’t that clever? A great card to make for someone special…. Read more »

I received this award from my friend Wendy P. Wendy gets around a lot. Wendy was born in New Zealand, then moved to Queensland, back to New Zealand where she thought she was settled. Then there was a move to Victoria (so her DH could get work) and now they’ve moved to Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory.   The rules for this Award were to tell you 10 things you’d probably not know about myself and to pass it… Read more »

Sunday was a day of mixed feelings. Sunday was the 2 year anniversary since my Mum passed away after being struck down with pancreatic cancer. I was up at 4.30am to head off to Cobbitty Markets. It was a day of mixed blessings, rain, shine and lots of shoppers.  I also stayed up until 3am making little gifts and ensuring I had everything I needed for Sunday my business launch. So guess who slept in and didn’t get to the… Read more »

I love this set of stamps as you can use it for so many different occasions or celebrations. Recipe: Stampin’ Up® Night of Navy ink pad Stampin’ Up® Soft Sky ink pad Stampin’ Up® Upsy Daisy stamp set 3D foam mounting squares Ribbon I like the effect of using the lighter blue ink as a background with the darker blue looking like foreground. The ribbon I found in one of those cheap everything type stores and it’s actually light blue… Read more »

This is a card I made with Leonie at our Stamp-A-Stack. I just love this embossing folder by Stampin’ Up®. Clean and simple but very elegant. This card also used the polka dot Rich Razzleberry ribbon which is being retired this month. Check out Leonie’s blog for more inspiration and to purchase any supplies you may want or need. Leonie can be contacted here . Below is a copy of what Leonie has on her blog about how to make… Read more »

Recipe: ·        1″x12″ strip of patterned paper ·        1 x 1-1/4″  Circle ·        Strong Adhesive ·        Eyelet Border Punch ·        Paper Crimper ·        Brad or Button for centre. Method: ·        Punch eyelet border along strip of 12 x 1″ patterned paper ·        Crimp the strip of patterned paper – run it through the crimper about 4 times to make the strip quite pliable to work with ·        Cut circle from base cardstock and cover with strong adhesive – about 1… Read more »