Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Spiral Flower Originals


Over the weekend I just had to make this beautiful display created by my beautiful Stampin' Up! Buddy Lisa Eaton. It really was a simple fun project to make. If you would like to know how to create one yourself then come and visit me at the Mets Baseball club - Catherine fields Road, Catherine Fields on Sunday the 27th July 2014 between 10-2pm. They are holding their annual fundraising event so why not enjoy a great day out and come Join in the fun and learn the easiest way to make a perfect paper flower. 

Paper flowers are beautiful but cutting them by hand is tedious, especially if you're making a bunch. Now you can cut a flower in seconds with the Spiral Flower Originals Die and Big Shot. And you can cut multiple sheets at one time or use different materials. After the flowers are cut, just roll and adhere. Make one, make a ton—either way; you'll be done in no time! 

This event is free to attend and there will be lots of New Product displays, Make & Takes and a fantastic lucky door prize. 

If you would like to know more, then email me at ncmacey@hotmail.com  or contact me on 0433432449. Hope to see you there! 

Cheers Narelle

It's Arrived!


INSPIRE.CREATE.SHARE

It's here, the brand new Catalogue, full to the brim with new products and loads of inspiration.

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Project Life By Stampin' Up! 


Do you have boxes full of photos? 
OR 
Is your computer hard drive full of unprinted images? Might be time to get them printed! 

If you are anything like me, you could possibly have hundreds! This memory keeping solution uses pocket pages. You simply slip in your photos and journalling cards and hey presto - you're done! Of course you can embellish with stamps, stickers, cute little accessory kits and personalise it to suit you. But it's simple, easy, fast and the best part - it's great on the hip pocket! 






Stampin' Blendabilities



These new alcohol-based markers come in colour sets of three - light, medium and dark. Perfect for blending and they give a more saturated, vibrate look.
The pens coordinate beautifully with the Stampin' Up! colour range.





Happy Creating!

 cheers Narelle