Clearance Sale ………


Hi Ladies

The Stock clearance sale is going well and the catalogue has been updated, so if an item is no longer there, it has all been sold.

The AZZA Club cards are being discontinued as these were not popular with our Clients.   So if you have any of them lying around, now is the time to use them.  You will see in the catalogue various items are marked with a little yellow star and a number, this indicates how may AZZA Club cards you need for that item.

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Great buys are the AZZA Micro Stamps – all at only $6.95 and some can be purchased with 2 AZZA Club cards.

If you have only one Club card left, then you can pick up an AZZA Club ink pad.  These are currently selling for $4.00 each or 1 AZZA Club card.  They are lovely pastel colours, not in our normal AZZA range.

It is a January clearance, so will finish at the end of the month.  Make sure you don’t miss out on these bargains.


Christine Tissier, Europe

AZZA Australia would like to apologise to their Australian Customers who have been waiting on products since before Christmas, the Fairy stencil and Christmas wreath die cuts have been so popular we ran out of stock and had to re-order.  Our boxes arrived last week so all backorders will be filled and sent out this week.  The Fairy stencil has been so popular both in Europe and here in Australia so stocks are low,  if you are thinking about ordering do get in sooner rather than later, otherwise you may be disappointed.



ID Scrap, Europe

Sadly too late for your 2017 Christmas cards, but you can get an early start on your 2018 cards and of course, scrap your Christmas photos!




I thought I would pop in this page created by Grietje Bron in Europe.  She has used the AZZA papers and of course the lovely wooden frames that go with the Fairy stencil.


And now to a few Orion layouts that caught my eye.


A very unusual layout with the Orion stencil.  Note the use of a double die cut in the decorations.


Isn’t this a beautiful page.  Created using the Orion stencil and the Geometric embossing folder.  The little decoration in the centre is created from the new Mosaic Theme kit.


AZZA A6 Embossing folder – Geometric

Another little decoration I found on the net – using 4 of the AZZA Cutting dies.


The cutting dies used are Scrolls, Sewn Squares, Photography and Polaroid.  Do take a look at the catalogue:

AZZA Cutting Dies and Embossing Folders

A very cute Title page on a calendar I found to share with you.  These gorgeous little mice are part of our AZZA range but came in under ‘Recipes’.  We have them in stamps, figures and printed sheets.  If you are thinking of making up a Recipe book for someone (great gift for someone who has it all) these are great little decorations.


Here Sabrina has used the AZZA printed sheets and the new Cutting Die Mosaic Frames.  For those of you that do not like to decorate, these printed sheets are perfect.  All the little pictures are there for you to cut out (maybe not quite as small as these) and place them onto your page.  They can be used ‘as is’ or jazzed up a bit.

AZZA Printed Picture A4 sheets


‘Recipes’ Printed A4 sheet

Do take a look at Sabrina’s blog – rather a fun blog with decorating ideas.

Sabrina’s Blog

Deb Byrne our AZZA Team Leader in Tasmania created a lovely Recipe Book which I would like to share with you. She used the AZZA ‘Recipe’ Theme Kit.











If you look at how Deb has used the stamps, figures and A4 printed sheets, this give you an idea as to how to use them on a page, no matter the theme.  The little decorations on the A4 printed pages can be used cut into circles or square/rectangle shapes.  Use whichever shape suits your page.

Lastly an interesting page from Mimouscrap using one enlarged photo and the large circle stencil.  You can create this if you have the Caribbean stencil, the AZZA Scrap kit Family or the AZZA Tool Stencils – Circles.



Happy Scrappin’




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AZZA Clearance Sale

Tomorrow, Monday 15th January is the 2018 AZZA Clearance Sale.


Some of the products in the sale are reduced in price because they are overstocked and some have been discontinued.

Numbers of each item are strictly limited so get in early to avoid disappointment.

Please note that AZZA Club cards can be used when purchasing certain items on the sale, these will be marked.   Now is a great time to redeem your AZZA Club cards.

The Clearance Catalogue can be found at:

AZZA Clearance Sale Catalogue

As soon as your have your list, send it through to your Consultant and she will place your order.

A few pages I found on the net and wanted to share with you:


A lovely double page using the AZZA Objective stencil:


AZZA Europe


AZZA Europe

A page using the Noisette stencil by So Scrap and the very versatile AZZA Cutting Die ‘Scrolls’ which I know many of you have.




… and a beautiful page by Be Creativa using the Evasion stencil.


Lastly, a single photo layout by Rosalie Seguin-Noel.


Rosalie has used the AZZA Texture stencil ‘School’ which is a great one for school photos.


Testure Duo Stencil ‘School’

This was a quick blog mainly letting you know about the sale tomorrow.

Happy shopping,





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Holidays are over ……..


Welcome to the New Year and oh so many photos to scrap from Christmas and New Year Celebrations.  Some of you will still be on holiday, Australia only goes back to school at the end of January, so photo opportunities abound.

I have locked in 2 classes in January, normally I would only have one, but my Ladies are home and ready to scrap.

Friday, 12th January and Wednesday, 24th January – if you would like to come along to a class please let me know as there are limited spaces.  If you wold like some of the new January stock to collect at class do let me know as soon as possible so I can order it for you and have it waiting.  Our January catalogue is now online:

AZZA January Catalogue

There is also always a ‘Clearance Sale’ in January, I will let you know those details as soon as possible.  AZZA only opens next Monday, 8th January so I am sure Sale details will be available soon after that.

Our Autumn Promenade theme this month brings with it all the Autumn hues and of course leaves, pumpkins and hedgehogs!

To begin with our Autumn Promenade Large stamp set:



Above, a lovely page created with the Fairy stencil using the stamp set and Autumn papers.  Below a close-up of a decoration by Robin Francoise, Europe.  She has also used one the the new AZZA Embossing Folders – Mosaic.


Decoration by Robin Francoise, Europe


AZZA Europe

For those of you that like something that you can use with any theme throughout the year, you will love the Theme kit MOSAIC and SQUARE products that have been released in Australia this month.

Mosaic Theme Kit:


Kit 3011- $70.00

This Kit is great as it comes with a booklet to give you ideas on how to use the product, it features the next stencil that AZZA will release, Marine.  All items other than the booklet are available individually.

I have used the decoration stencil above on my page created with the Fairy stencil.  I used the AZZA Cutting Die CUSHION FRAMES and  BAROQUE FRIEZE as I thought they went well with the Fairy stencil shapes.


AZZA Cutting Die – Cushion Frames


AZZA Cutting Die – Baroque Frieze


Page created by Lyn Holmes, Australia – Fairy stencil

The Mosaic Mini stamps and the ‘Squares’ stamps are lovely as they too can be used on any page.  Great to fill in that corner between photos.  Used as a single stamp or collection of three in a line.


AZZA Large Stamp Set – Squares


AZZA Mini Stamp Set – Mosaic

The Embossing folders are fun, both Autumn and Mosaic:


Autumn Promenade –  $12.00


Mosaic – $12.00

And I always love the AZZA Micro stamps:



Autumn Countryside – $9.90

I would also like to show you the cork sheets AZZA now have in stock.


AZZA Cork Adhesive A4 Sheets – 3 in a pack.

There are two colours and they can be used with the Big Shot, Cuttlebug or similar machine to create your own decorations.  They are ‘adhesive A4 sheets’ so easy to get onto the page too.  They work well with the AZZA Cutting Dies.

Hilary has played with a few using the Patchwork Cork:


Cork used together with the AZZA Cutting Die ‘Tree and Leaves’


Above is a sample of the plain cork used together with the new AZZA Cutting Dies.  Both Cutting Dies and Cork sheets can be seen on the link below.

Catalogue showing Cutting Dies and Cork


On the page above the cork has been used with the new Cutting Die and the coloured Figurines have been mounted on cork.


AZZA Europe

In the page above the cork has been used together with paper, the cork gives a nice texture to the page.  The new MARINE stencil has been used, coming soon to Australia.


AZZA Europe

The above page shows how the cork can be used with the Cutting Dies and as a mount for the lace figurines.  The small cork ‘star’ is the centre of the shape cut and used in the centre of the page.

Below is a close-up of a coloured lace figurine mounted on paper and cork.


A lovely close-up of Audrey Vast’s decoration with figurines which have not been coloured, mounted on paper.  Lovely and fresh.


I know many of you have the AZZA Cutting Die ‘Tree and Leaves’ – here it has been used for decoration on a page created with the AZZA Fairy stencil.  The Mosaic embossing folder has been used on the paper to give it texture.


Lastly two beautiful creations for some inspiration on your Christmas pages by Robin Francoise.  Here she has used some of the AZZA Christmas products and the wooden frames that match the Fairy stencil.



AZZA Wooden Frame Figures Fairy – $13.00


AZZA Card Stencil  ‘Christmas Tree’  –  $7.50

Below Robin has used the  Card stencil above and AZZA Cork for texture on her card.


Until next time, happy Scrappin’



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Happy New Year

As Christmas has been celebrated for another year, we look forward to the beginning of 2018.


I would like to thank everyone for their support during 2017, it has been fun putting together blogs that I think will inspire everyone to get their photos onto a page so that memories can be preserved in the most delightful way.

Thank you to all the wonderful Ladies out there across the world who have allowed me to use their beautiful creations to share on my blog.

I would also like to thank the Ladies that have attended my classes over the year, I always enjoy our mornings together and am so happy when each one of you leave with a page that will go into your albums for your family and friends to enjoy over years to come.

My last ‘thank you’ goes to my International Customers who have found me online.   I do hope you have enjoyed your AZZA products and have learnt something new with each blog I post.  Always remember I am available for any advice or help using the products.


Lovely page by Janice using AZZA Marshmallow stencil

Another of Janice’s pages created after a play with chalks and inks.


Page by Janice using AZZA Chalks, inks and stamps

Three pages created by Sue in class using the same stencil – AZZA stencil ‘Objective’ – how different they all are!!



AZZA Objective stencil – GAB 733

Here is a video clip by Dominique Spirlet creating a page with the AZZA ‘Objective’ stencil.  She not only shows you how to use the stencil but her decorations are beautiful.  She shows us how to bring stamped images to life and create a little story with our decorations.

Clip on creating a page with AZZA Stencil Objective

Do pop along to a class near you if you haven’t been already.  They are lots of fun and you can learn so much.  Ask your Consultant about the Chalking and Inking classes where you can perfect your techniques.

Lots and lots of photos will have been taken over the past few days and even more over the next few days, it seems such a waste to leave them in your camera or computer where they cannot be enjoyed to the fullest.

Here is a page I have created using the new AZZA Fairy stencil and the new AZZA Christmas products but with my 2010 Christmas photos.  Those of you who have children that have grown up will understand why I do not have many recent photos as when the camera pops out they seem to disappear.  Especially the boy child!!!  This Christmas I have taken more of the ‘Fur Babies’ but I could not believe it, even they do not like the camera.


My ‘Fur Baby’ Thembi


Page by Lyn Holmes, Australia.  AZZA Fairy stencil

I have used most of the selection of Christmas products on the page, the Silhouette figurines, the Decoration stencil, the wooden frames, the stamps and cutting dies not forgetting the lovely Festive pearls and ribbon.  The figurines and wooden frame have been coloured with ink.


Remember always to bring your stamped images to life with chalks or inks.  Here I have used the chalk pencils:


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Once you have cut your image out and stamped it then you can use your chalk pencils to add colour and your chalk stumps for the blurring.  These you can buy either individually or in a set of 10 with various sizes.  Why not share a packet between friends.

Catalogue – Chalk Stumps


Dominique Spirlet has also created a page using the AZZA Fairy stencil.  Note how she colours her Fairy Figures before cutting them out of the sheet.  These figurines are fun to use, they come in white so it is easy for you to colour them to the tone needed for your page.  For those of you that don’t like spending time on decorating, these are the way to go.  So easy to colour, cut and place on your page.  The figurines will always match the stencil they are released with.


AZZA Silhouette Figures Fairy

Clip on creating a page with AZZA Stencil Fairy

I also created a page using the other side of the Fairy stencil:

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Page created by Lyn Holmes, Australia using the AZZA Fairy stencil

Now I know the ‘heavier’ photo is to the top of the page (we always suggest the ‘heavier’ photo be to the bottom of the page) but with this set of photos this was the best layout.   I have used a small figurine and a wooden frame for the decoration.  The paper colour I had did not quite match the photos on the page so I used TWO AZZA inks to blend the colours in the decoration to match the photos.


With no family here in Australia Christmas it is a quiet time for us so I had time to give my chalks some loving care.

How many of you have chalks that look like this?



To give your chalks some loving care, place the broken chalk in a small bowl and crush it to a powder.


Add a little water – literally a drop at a time to just to get it to a paste.

Place it back in the chalk tray.


And leave it to dry.


It might not look as pretty, but it works perfectly.


To prevent the chalks breaking in the first place, when you buy them place a few sheets of cardboard under them so when you are using them (pressing down) there is no ‘give’ below them.


That is all I have for you today so it is ‘Farewell’ for the year.


Have a wonderful celebration seeing the new year in, take lots of photos and we will meeting again in 2018.


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Merry Christmas

Our Christmas product has been very popular and flying out the door.  Please remember we only have this week of trading to get your orders in before we shut down for Christmas.

WE WILL BE OFFICIALLY CLOSED FROM MONDAY 18TH DECEMBER 2017 TO MONDAY 8TH JANUARY 2018.  Any order you place with your Consultant up to Friday will be sent out on Monday, 18th December.

To have a look at our December catalogue pop along to:

December Catalogue

We will have our JANUARY SALE when we open, but no sneak peeks.

Our December stencil was ‘FAIRY’:



This is a beautiful page created by Deb Byrne, AZZA Team Leader in Tasmania.  Deb has used the ‘Fairy’ stencil, a stamp from the AZZA large stamp set ‘Happy Holidays’, the cutting die ‘Christmas Wreath’, the decoration texture stencil ‘Return of the Swallows’, the embossing folder ‘Icicles’ and a few of the AZZA ‘Festive pearls’.


Created by Deb Byrne, AZZA Team Leader, Tasmania

The embossing stencil ‘Icicles’ which Deb has used is a great purchase as it can be used with any theme, so too is the embossing stencil ‘Return of the Swallows’ which links up with the ‘Return of the Swallows’ decoration texture stencil she used on this page.


Embossing Folder  – ICICLES


Embossing Folder  – RETURN OF THE SWALLOWS

As part of the ‘Return of the Swallows’ theme, below is the decoration texture stencil Deb used on her page.


Decoration Texture Duo – RETURN OF THE SWALLOWS


Festive Pearls – $8.50

The AZZA Festive pearls we now have in stock in Australia can be coloured with your alcohol pens to tie in with the colours on your page.


Photo:  Hilary Hamilton, AZZA Victoria Team Leader

Hilary coloured both the ribbon and the pearls on her card below with an alcohol pen.


Created by Hilary Hamilton, AZZA Victoria Team Leader

To create this card Hilary has used a combination of 3 AZZA cutting dies, AZZA paper, the festive pearls and AZZA glitter.  Hilary has used one of the ‘Sewn Squares’ dies that have been out for a while, together with the ‘Christmas Wreath’ die and the new ‘Christmas Trees’ cutting die.



Note these are ‘SEWN’ squares so the colour of the underlying paper shows through as stitches.

Hilary also used the second set of Christmas cutting dies released in Australia this month, the ‘Christmas Trees’:



Below are a few decorations she has made with them.

Glitter tags

Hilary used the AZZA double sided glued paper, this is a clear sheet so the colours of paper underneath the glitter or cutting die will show through.  It is not white like the normal Jack paper.



The AZZA Christmas stamps ‘Happy Holidays’ has two different wreaths and two smaller stamps.



These stamps have been used together with the new stencil ‘Fairy’ on the pages below.


AZZA Europe.

Below is a very simple AZZA page, but beautiful in the simplicity.  The wreath stamp has been used on the paper cut outs.  Beautiful chalking finished off with the Festive Pearls.


AZZA Europe

The page below has used the AZZA cutting die ‘Christmas Wreath’.  As you can see, the purple paper lies between the sections of the decoration.  The ribbons look like they have been stamped, cut out with the AZZA cutting die, coloured and then 3D onto the page.


The second Christmas set of stamps released in December was ‘Father Christmas’ Workshop’.  I showed them used on cards in my last blog, here  Hilary has made some name tags for the Christmas table.




Created by Hilary Hamilton, AZZA Victoria Team Leader

To make the tags Hilary has once again used the ‘Sewn Square’ cutting die and then folded it in half  – a perfect size for these tags.  To get the glitter around the edges of the stamped images Hilary used the matching cutting die to cut out the same shape and then slightly off-set the stamped image so the glitter could sit on the edge that the stamped image did not cover.  She has used alcohol pens to colour in the images and the lace figurine.

Now see the stamps used together with the new ‘Fairy’ stencil on a page.


AZZA Europe


AZZA Europe


AZZA Europe

So whether your page is blue, gold or the Christmas green and red these stamps can be highlighted to suit your colours and tones.

Christine Caparros created a beautiful double page using the AZZA Christmas products.



Note the ‘white’ diamond shape on the right is a ‘cut-out’ so when closed you can see the white wreath on the page on the left.

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Note how she has brought her stamped images to life.

Below is a wonderful idea for Christmas produced by Dominique Pfenning in Europe.


She has used both the ‘Christmas Wreath’ and the ‘Tree and Leaves’ AZZA cutting dies.

Now for a few non-Christmas pages using the Fairy stencil:



AZZA Europe


AZZA Europe


AZZA Europe


On this last page by Sandra, the new AZZA ‘Autumn’ Theme has been used for the decoration too.

The Large stamp set ‘Autumn Promenade’.



The matching cutting dies.



Decoration stencil duo:



Texture stencil:



… and the micro-stamp:




Page by Dominique Pfenning, Europe.

Another beautiful page using the AZZA Evasion stencil and the  decorations from the AZZA Autumn range created by Dominique Pfenning.  Watch out for these products in the new year.

The embossing folder Dominique has used here is the AZZA A6 Embossing folder ‘Autumn Promenade’, also part of AZZA’s Autumn theme.



Our ‘older stencil’ layout this time was created by Claudine Goossens, Europe using the Sofia-Lima stencil.  She has finished it off with the AZZA Large stamp set ‘Wedding’.  Many of you will have bought this set a while ago, please note that there is now a matching cutting die available.


Created by Claudine Goossens, Europe using the Sofia-Lima stencil


Large stamp set – WEDDING



Claudine posted a second wedding page using the new ‘Fairy’ stencil.



To end, a lovely double page layout by Floscrap using the AZZA Objective stencil:

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The right-hand side of the front page will flip back.  Below is a picture of the right-hand side page on its own so you can see the cut-out sections.



A matching page for the set:


This will be my last blog for the year so I wish you all a very


Don’t forget to take lots of photos to keep your memories alive and keep you busy in the new year.

Lots of exciting news and products to look forward to in 2018.

Happy Festive Season, and possibly a little happy scrappin’


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Just over a month until Christmas ………

With Christmas only a month away I am sure many of you have projects you want to complete to place under the Christmas tree for  ‘loved ones’.  A gift of an album, bound book or Accordion album are all priceless as the person knows just how much work/love has gone into the making of the gift.  (Hopefully)!!

Our Christmas range is due out next week and is beautiful, all products will be available to order in Australia from the 1st December.  Here are a few examples of cards made with the Christmas theme from the AZZA Swiss page:


The ‘wreath’ you see on the cards is an AZZA Cutting Die, the elves are part of the Christmas theme kit of stamps and cutting dies.


AZZA Cutting Die ‘CHRISTMAS WREATH’:  DIE 073 – $38.00



Another new AZZA Cutting Die used on the cards is our AZZA ‘GIFT TAGS’ set.


AZZA Cutting Die ‘GIFT TAGS’:  Die 077 – $25.00




These little guys look so cute whatever colour they are!!


The ‘cut-out’ on the card above is also an AZZA Cutting Die: ‘Winter Windows’


These are used together with the AZZA ‘Lantern’ Cutting Die which is great for Christmas decorations.


AZZA Cutting Die ‘LANTERN’:  Die051 – $75.00

A beautiful example from ID Scrap whose work I share so often:


If you received the special edition of the Scrap & Moi last year you will have this little stamp of Santa already.



The finished size of the lantern is 8cm x 14cm.

Lanterns can also be made for Halloween as seen by these samples shared on ‘Cartes et scrap couleur lavande’ on Facebook.


…. and a lovely ‘off the page’ idea for the Cutting Die ‘Gift Tags’.


I will send out a blog with more about the Christmas Theme and the new stencil available next week.

This Blog I would like to give a ‘shout out’ to all our New South Wales Consultants here in Australia.

Barbara Brown lives is Dubbo and is slowly building up classes in Orange and hopefully Bathurst.  If you are in the area and would like to find out more about her classes, please pop along to  Barb’s Details and get in touch with her.

Denise Harris lives in Lake Cathie, New South Wales and has been a Consultant for many years.  Denise holds classes at home and in Newcastle.  She is always willing to travel to hold classes if there is an interest.  If you are in her area and would like to find out more about her classes, please pop along to Denise’s Details and get in touch with her.


A beautiful page by Denise using Bilbao-Macau  and sand for texture

Lynette Garrett-Preston lives in Woodberry not too far from Denise.  You may have met her at one of the shows.  Lynette is also happy to travel within a one hour radius to hold a class for you and your friends, she is also happy to do one-on-one classes depending on the location.  You can find Lynette’s details at:  Lynette’s Details

Marie Smith is a our Consultant in Blaxland, New South Wales.  She is looking to increase her classes in the area.  If you are interested in finding out more about AZZA, please pop along to Marie’s Details

Pauline Cartwright is our only Consultant in ACT, Australia, she lives in Oxley.   She has been holding classes for many years.  She holds classes twice a month in Oxley.  You can find her details at: Pauline’s Details

Here is a page from Pauline, she has used the Orion stencil and one of AZZA’s lovely Australian Cutting Dies:  Gum Leaves.  Note how she has given her ‘gum leaves’ character once they were cut.



AZZA Cutting Die ‘GUM LEAVES’:  Die 6101 – $15.00

One of my favourite AZZA Cutting Dies is the ‘Square Scroll Frames’, there are 3 different sizes in the set.


AZZA Cutting Die ‘SQUARE SCROLL FRAMES’:  Die 058 – $35.00

Here is a page I had a bit of fun with.  I used the new ‘Objective’ Stencil and the new ‘Tropical’ Decoration stencil.  I am sure many of you have the figures I have used which were from the older ‘Cocktail’ theme.


AZZA Stencil Objective

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Page by Lyn Holmes, Australia – Objective Stencil.

Note how I have used TWO frames mounted together to tie the colours together.  This creates a great effect.


Sue Talbot created a similar page in class using the Objective stencil and a double frame.


Page by Sue Talbot using Objective Stencil


The frame can highlight decorations, a photo or a title.  Below I have used stamped images, one of which I have made 3D for texture on the page.


Lyn Holmes – AZZA Decoration

And don’t forget you can rotate your frame too.


When cutting out your frame you are left with a nice square and another form of a frame, these can be used on the same or another page.


The next page I created using the new ‘Evasion’ Stencil.  I have used the decoration stencils that come with the ‘Souvenir’ kit, they are beautiful.

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Page by Lyn Holmes, Australia – Evasion Stencil.

I have also incorporated a wooden frame – AZZA has a few different types and a new wooden frame will be coming out next month to match the new stencil.


These wooden frames are a great buy, they are only $13.00 and look how many frames you get.  You will find them under ‘Decorating Products’ on the website. Again, they can be used with a photo, title or decoration in them.

Another page I created with the Evasion stencil, this time using the AZZA ‘Photography’ stamps and die cuts.


Page by Lyn Holmes, Australia – Evasion Stencil

Note how I have chalked the light brown paper to tone it in with the red paper and photos I have used. I used red paper for one of the decorations and white for the other,  just to keep a balance.  As you can see, this stamp can be used to place a title on the page or for a bit of journalling.  I love these stamps and cutting dies as they can be used with any theme on a page.

Below is a beautiful page created by Deb Byrne, our Tassie Consultant using the Evasion stencil.

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Page by Deb Byrne, Tasmania – Evasion Stencil.

Deb also created two pages using the new AZZA ‘Souvenir’ Scrap Kit:

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Look how different the two pages look.

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Deb has used stamps from the ‘Holiday Club’ and ‘Sea and Boat’ theme:


TAM 758 – $9.90

These little Micro stamps are very reasonably priced at $9.90.


Ruby Stamp Set ‘Camping Club’ – $13.50


Ruby Stamp Set ‘Holiday Club’ – $13.50

I also created a page with the ‘Souvenir’ AZZA Scrap Kit:

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What I have tried to show here is how you can keep your photos large on the page if you wish.  Ladies often look at the stencil and say ‘My photos won’t fit’, so in both the Objective layout above and this one I kept the photos almost at the 6 x 4 size, not cutting too much off.  Always place you photos behind the stencil when you are deciding and see how many of the ‘gaps’ you have to use to keep your photos larger.

Below is a layout by Sabine Lebrun, using the Mauritius stencil.  I wanted to show how she has kept her photos large on the page and finished off the shapes with decoration.

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Below a page using the AZZA Aqua stencil keeping the photos larger.


Two pages below using the AZZA Bilbao-Macau stencil keeping the photos large.



Two photos below created by  using the AZZA Orion stencil, keeping the photos large:



Beautiful page by Floscrap using the AZZA Scrap Kit ‘Travel Book’ keeping her photos large.


Below a page using the AZZA Objective stencil keeping the photos large.


To end, a layout with an older stencil and a layout not needing a stencil at all.


Chantalouscrap posted this beautiful layout using the older AZZA Sofia-Lima stencil, sadly no longer available.  Do pull yours out and enjoy it again.


Mimouscrap provides out last layout using no stencil but AZZA decoration.

If you are new to AZZA or need some inspiration or just want to work with the product to see how you like it, please get hold of one of our Consultants and pop along to a class.  They are fun as you are scrapping with a group and there is always lots of laughter.


Liz Young created this layout in class this week using the AZZA Orion stencil and the ‘Tree and Leaves’ cutting die.  Note how the decoration was cut from two different colours of paper to bring some interest and balance to the page.  The lighter paper was then inked with the green to tone it down and the green inked with a lighter colour.


To leave on a funny note, my Cuttlebug was sitting on my kitchen counter at home as I was clearing the table and a friend of my daughter asked her if it was my pasta machine!!


Happy scrapping’ ….. and I will bring you our Christmas range next week.



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Deb Byrne, Tranmere. Tasmania Team Leader and Consultant

Hi Ladies

Sorry I gave you the wrong Facebook link for Deb Byrne.


I have corrected it on my blog:

Deb’s Facebook page

It is also listed under the ‘Blogroll’ on the main page of my blog, where it is always easily accessible. (Bottom right-hand corner of the main home page)


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