Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Giveaway and Tutorials




This month has been a little crazy and a lot busy.  I have been here there and everywhere and with only one weekend at home this month Im sooooo totally looking forward to Easter and the break.
This month I have taught a few classes and can now share a few of these with you and show you a just what I have been doing.  You 0can download the instructions and create them yourself at home or a version similar.  All the products required are listed on the instructions, although if you see "shared products" on the list you will also need to purchase these as they would have been shared in the class.

IN THE ATTIC - Capture the Good Times
This is a single page that you can open up the door into a double page layout which displays multiple photographs.  Included on the double page is a little book that opens for additional photographs also.

In this class I wanted the participants to be able to look back with gratitude on some of the good times and capture significant moments of their lives at a glance.  If you have pictures that you think would look great on this layout, you can download the instructions HERE....


IN THE ATTIC - Cherish the Moments 
This is a the layout we did in the class just last weekend at Moss Vale.  I went to Sydney to stay with my wonderful friend Lorraine Bate and we went down to Highland Scrapping in Moss Vale where Pam and Bernie made us most welcome..... again..... and took this class.  If you are ever down that way make sure you drop in to them.
Amongst all the fun that was had by all up there just about everyone completed their layout in class. Will post up pics later.   Well done girls and thanks again for a wonderful weekend.
If you would like to do this layout you can be download the insturctions HERE.

And lastly, one more before you get tired of me.

Here is another class but this time in 75 Cents.  Washi tape and printed tape is all the range at the moment so in this class we actually used it to cover the frame instead of painting.  Its a great alternative and even looks hot on he edges of some of the BTP storage instead of painting.

75 Cents - Small Frame Display and Layout
Seriously the skill l0ve to do much and with the gorgeous sticker sheets and collectables, projects just fall together.  Instructions for the above 75 Cents projects can be downloaded HERE....



Thanks for taking the time to drop by
chat soon

10 comments:

Cindy Porter said...

Lovely work as always xC

Crystal said...

Thanks for the inspiration and the awesome ideas lovf love 75c actually lovf them all thanks for the chance to win
Blessings

Lauren said...

Great sources of inspirations, I think my favourite is the last layout. Thanks for running a giveaway - loz_ritchie@hotmail.com

Angela said...

What great inspiration is found on your blog, thanks for the giveway.

angela said...

Beautiful projects - especially love the 75 cent LO. Thanks for the change to win.

Scrapbookingaddict74 said...

Firstly, thank you for the opportunity to win! I often look at your blog when my mojo isn't working. Love it when you use vintage style papers! ahancocks@bigpond.com

Tiara said...

Thank you for running the Crop4acause. I can't wait. I like your blog! From Tiara. ahancocks@bigpond.com

Lynn said...

Oh Wow!! I just found your blog and your projects are all so fabulous! I loved the photo frame using the washi tape! Great idea. Thanks so much for the inspiration!

victor fox said...

Love what you did with this Mel (as always) xxx

John Rozer said...

Great sources of inspirations, I think my favourite is the last layout.There are many stores where you will find kaisercraft scrapbooking supplies in australia.