Australia – Our beautiful land ………

This month AZZA Australia have released a range of Australian decoration products. We have spent many months selecting products to add to our AZZA range in Australia that would compliment the AZZA way of scrapping. We do hope our Ladies overseas who have visited this beautiful country will love them and use them to scrap their holiday pages and of course for all our Australian Ladies to scrap pages of their backyard! How lucky are we to live in such a diverse country.

Page by Lyn Holmes, Western Australia.

The first page I scrapped with the new products was using the AZZA Scrap Kit: Family. I love windmills – we have both Silhouette figures and stamps to match.

The Silhouette figures are made from very thin chipboard so slightly thicker than our paper Silhouette figures but they sit on the page beautifully. They are coloured with AZZA inks and then given a little more character with pens.
Page by Hilary Hamilton. Victoria – Australia.

The beautiful pages above and below were created by Hilary using the AZZA Scrap Kit: Promenade and decorated with the new AZZA Australiana products.

Created by Hilary Hamilton. Victoria – Australia.
Decoration by Christine Houbrechts, Belgium.
Page created by Lyn Holmes. Western Australia.

This is a page I created with the new Silhouette Figures – the Kangaroos go beautifully with the AZZA sand, the sand also gives the page texture. I too used the AZZA Scrap kit: Promenade.

Page by Hilary Hamilton. Victoria – Australia.

Using the same stencil Hilary created the page above using the new AZZA cutting dies, embossing folder and ‘Australian Phrases’ Silhouette figures. I have to say the embossing folders are some of my favourite:
Page by Deb Byrne, Tasmania – Australia

Above is a beautiful page by Deb Byrne using the AZZA Stockholm stencil and the embossing folder shown above. Deb has also used our little Kangaroo and Eucalyptus dies. Note the lovely grounding of the Kangaroos – if you don’t think you have that ‘Artistic flair’ this little stamp is perfect for you …..
Card created by Hilary Hamilton. Victoria – Australia

I was very honoured to receive this card from Hilary – WOW – now for your 2020 Christmas cards, you can begin with this one!!

Hilary has used the Tree, Windmill and Hilly Horizon stamps and the Kookaburra and Eucalyptus dies, all mounted on a sheet of paper embossed with the Gumnuts embossing folder.
Page by Jennie Banks. Townsville – Australia

Jennie Banks, AZZA Townsville Consultant, created the page above using the lovely papers that were released over Christmas. Jennie has used both the Silhouette figures and cutting dies, she has cut the Kookaburra out of the same paper then decorated with pens. Jennie has used the Stockholm stencil to create her page, she has matched her decorations perfectly.
Page by Susan Talbot. Sydney – Australia.

Our very talented Consultant in Sydney, Sue Talbot created the page above using the AZZA Stockholm stencil and the new AZZA Australiana dies. She has dressed up the Eucalyptus branch beautifully with dots out of AZZA Citrine paper. The Kangaroos are both on the same die – don’t try to separate them – cut them out as is and you will get two kangaroos and a few little pieces of grass:

Do not try and separate the die – it is made as one piece!

The Kangaroo with the patterns can be used straight onto your page or as Sue has done above, with a backing piece of paper. On the page below I cut them out of some of the background of a photo I had, this always gives you a perfect colour tone match on the page.

Page by Lyn Holmes. Western Australia.

The little guy at the bottom of the page is just gorgeous:

There is also a lovely range of imitation stamps ….. these fit perfectly in the corner of two photos on the page. Just chalk a background and place your stamp with the 5mm border and your space is filled or stamp onto paper/card then mount the decoration onto your page with 3D foam.

Hilary Hamilton. Victoria – Australia.
Decoration by Christine Houbrechts, Belgium
Page by Christine Houbrechts. Belgium

A lovely page above, Christine in Australia – we loved having her here. Christine has used the AZZA Stockholm stencil and one of the new AZZA Australiana stamps:
Hilary Hamilton. Victoria Australia.
Hilary Hamilton. Victoria Australia.
Page by Hilary Hamilton. Victoria – Australia.

Hilary used her AZZA Scrap Kit: Promenade for this page, the new AZZA Silhouette figures with the Gumnuts, the ‘Australian Phrases’ shown below and don’t you just LOVE the little Kookaburra sitting on the sign!

I think I have covered almost all of the products – but do pop along and take a look at our February catalogue where they are all shown:

To all my ‘Overseas’ Followers, these products can be ordered and paid for online, they will be sent directly to you. We always send at the cheapest rate of postage so if possible, AZZA will send you a refund on the postage. If you would like for enquire about any of the products or postage please do not hesitate to contact me on and I will sort it out for you. If you have been inspired by my blogs and go to the shop to purchase product please put me down as your Consultant and I will follow up with tips and tricks for the product you have purchased.

Happy Scrappin’


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It's summer and FLORAL is the order of the day ……

Page by Susan Talbot – Sydney. Australia

Sue has created this beautiful page using the FLORAL dies, stamps and embossing folder. You don’t have to use it only with flowers, here is a similar page I have shown you before with different colours …… that is what I love about AZZA, you can use the same products and create a page that looks completely different.

AZZA Europe.

These dies are perfect all year – with almost any theme. They do not need to be used whole either, you can cut them down or use a double image.

Valerie Mayer

Valerie has used the AZZA Stockholm stencil with the Floral and Sewn Square dies and the Floral Embossing folder. A beautiful page. Here are another two pages created by Sue Talbot in Sydney showing the use of the dies. Sue has created these pages using the AZZA Express kit Floral:

Page by Susan Talbot – Sydney. Australia
Page by Susan Talbot – Sydney. Australia
Lovely page by RJ2S using the AZZA Shell stencil.
Page created by Martine Martin, France.

Martine has also used used the dies, stamps and embossing folder on her page above. As I have said previously note how she has only embossed half of her paper cut-outs. Again, she has used the Sewn squares with her Floral stamps, they go together very well.

Page by Rosetta Girgenti,

The AZZA Stockholm stencil, used above by Rosetta was also released in January. Here is the link to the video if you would like to watch Dominique Spirlet create a beautiful page with this stencil:

I created the following page using the AZZA Stockholm stencil and the Christmas/Winter themed products:

Page by Lyn Holmes, Western Australia.

To end I will show you some beautiful pages I came across in my ‘Cyber’ travels, sadly I could not find who in Europe actually created these pages. I just love them …..

AZZA Europe – Promenade stencil/Double page
Close up of the new AZZA Resin dots:

The last page I just loved was this one by Isabelle Jolivat in Europe. Note how beautifully she has ‘Continued the scene’ into her decoration.

Isabelle has used the AZZA Neptune stencil and pre-cut pages. She has used the lovely embossing folder I showed you last time and the Frieze Universe die cut that matches the stencil.

Happy Scrappin’


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AZZA – A gift for all seasons …….

Lyn Holmes – Western Australia.

AZZA has released a Calendar Express kit this month. In the kit you will receive all the product you need to make the calendar and a pamphlet on how to go about it. If you would like some guidance ask your Consultant about a class you can join.
Lyn Holmes – Western Australia

For the layout above I have used an enlargement. In the Express kit all the layouts use one 6 x 4 photo but you can always use two as I have in the layout below. This is a FUN project and a perfect gift for someone ‘who has it all’. The calendar does not have to begin with January, if a birthday is in June you can always begin the calendar from July to June the following year.

The second kit released this month and another great little project is the AZZA Express kit: Floral.

You have all the product to create a 12 page 20cm x 20cm album. The stencil Amsterdam can also be purchased on its own.

Lyn Holmes – Western Australia

I have begun my album of Western Australian wildflowers. I love the newly released texture stencil Secret Garden, it is beautiful on the page.

Secret Garden is an A5 stencil so you can cover a larger space without having to move the stencil.

I have also used the new Floral Cutting dies which are a must for any collection.

They can be used in so many different ways. Here is a magnificent layout by Christine Houbrechts with photos of her trip to Australia. She has used the new Stockholm stencil and Floral theme decoration products.

Christine Houbrechts – Belgium
Christine Houbrechts – Belgium
Christine Houbrechts – Belgium

The patterned seasonal papers are lovely too, the two tones are quite different so cover a lot of colours.

Also released this month are the Circle stickers. AZZA are not into bling at all, but these tie in with a lot of our ‘circle’ themed products and do not take over the page.

If you purchased the Universe cutting die – these stickers are a must.

Note the use of the A5 Floral Texture stencil too.

The Ladies who receive the Mail Out will be receiving a sheet of these Circle stickers and I am sure they will have fun using them.

I created a layout for the Mail Out using the new Stockholm stencil, the Galaxy Seasonal patterned papers, Decoration stencil, Embossing folder and the Circle stickers. I also used the little stamp the Mail Out Ladies received before Christmas as they all go so well together.

Lyn Holmes – Western Australia

I do like the Galaxy Seasonal patterned papers – they will be great for Heritage pages. They are also a pattern that can be used with any theme on the page.
Lyn Holmes – Western Australia

I have also had fun with the Galaxy embossing folder used on both pages above. It creates a lovely texture on the page. Remember – as you can see on my page above – you don’t always have to emboss the whole piece of paper.

The new Embossing folder Floral is also beautiful on the page and on a card.

AZZA Europe – AZZA Scrap Kit Promenade stencil
Christine Houbrechts – Belgium

The Floral set of stamps are perfect for both card making and scrapping. Christine has used them on the page above and as you can see they were also used on the card together with the Floral embossing folder. A quick but lovely card to make.

Deb Byrne in Tassie created the page below with the Stockholm stencil and the Floral Cutting dies and stamps. She has used the stamps very delicately on her page, masking off part of the stamp (the watering can) to stamp only the small flowers to match her photos.

Deb Byrne – Tasmania.

Deb used the new stamping tools to colour her stamp – they allow you to colour tiny parts of your stamps. If you would like to know more about these stamping tools contact your Consultant.

Don’t forget the AZZA Summer Sale – still on until Sunday – don’t miss out!

Happy Scrappin’


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AZZA Sale in full swing ……..

Pop along and take a look at the Sale Catalogue:

Lots of lovely products you may have missed during last year.

Two AZZA Cutting dies on sale at less 30%

The Coast Die 129 is one of my favourite for Seaside themes – beautiful cards:
Card by Carole pereira Bastianon
Card by Corinne Lemaitre Cosquer
Page by Hilary Hamilton, Victoria. Australia
AZZA Europe
AZZA Europe
AZZA Europe
AZZA Europe
AZZA Europe
AZZA Europe

The MDF Reindeer and stamps would be great for some ‘Craft time’ with your kids or grandkids in the Christmas holidays. Be prepared, buy now and put them away until later in the year.

The stamps and die sets are so easy to use, quick decorations and a lovely 3D effect.

More highlights tomorrow ……..

Happy scrappin’

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Summer Clearance Sale on Monday

We have given you a few weeks to settle into 2020, now prepare for the AZZA Summer Clearance sale.

The AZZA Sale begins on Monday 13th January – Eastern Standard Time. Remember …… different times for different zones! I won’t even begin with Europe.

Hope this helps a little within Australia …………

For the Perth Clients this is great news, we can access the sale at 9pm on Sunday night ….. so depending just how eager you are, or how much of a ‘late night owl’ you are, do pop along to the shop and see what has been marked down. We have discounts of up to 50% on some products.

There are two ways to order product: You can order on the website and it will be sent directly to you, or you can contact your Consultant with your order and they can place the order for you, together with others – hopefully if there are several orders in an area, you can share the postage.

There will be a SALE CATALOGUE you can access on our website, you can page through this and see what is on sale, if you know what products interest you, go directly to the product in the shop and you will see all the details.

Some of these products are ‘End of line’ products so will not be stocked again. If you are after something in particular ask you Consultant for information.

Our JANUARY Catalogue will also be posted for you to begin ordering from Monday. Robyn and Rachel have had a break from posting off all your orders, but not quite a complete break, as they both undertook a change of venue for the AZZA stock and did a stocktake at the same time – so BIG THANKS to both Rachel and Robyn for all the work they do behind the scenes.

I will give you a sneak peek at the January stencil – it is called Stockholm. It is a beautiful stencil and easy to use. Easy to keep your photos large in this one ….. You’ll have to wait to see the stencil itself, I will just show you a few pages created with it.

This first page is created by Christine in Europe with only one photo:

Created by Christine – Europe

The second page was created by Christine Houbrechts, Belgium. Christine has used two photos and the AZZA Christmas die ‘Crown’ and used the ‘Frosty Lake’ Texture stencil to emboss her brown paper. If you do not know how to do this, do contact your Consultant for a class.

Page by Christine Houbrechts. Belgium.

The next page using three photos was created by Jill Attrill, our AZZA Consultant in Victoria. Jill has used the lovely AZZA Sewn squares as part of her decorations.

Created by Jill Attrill, Portland – Victoria. Australia

This stencil lends itself to a ‘Waterfall’ on the page – I know many of you Ladies do craft across the board so will be familiar with the Waterfall card. Here are two examples: How to get lots of photos onto you page ……

L’atelier Scrap de la Lutine

All the products used on the page above are available in Australia this month, the Texture stencil is A6 and is beautiful. The dies can be used throughout the year with almost any theme.

The second waterfall page was created by Audrey, Europe.

Audrey – LM le Scrapbooking AZZA

Audrey has used the December Christmas themed products, showing how they can be used with a forest setting, not only Winter and Snow.

Once the new products are available I will post my pages and a video you can follow to create a page.

I have shown you the AZZA Calendar recently – this is a wonderful gift throughout the year as you can begin with any month …. here is a January page by Scrap a Puy to get you going. Do remember that in Australia you will receive the decorations and months for your Calendar in English.

Scrap a Puy

While on the subject of the calendar here are a few dates for AZZA Retreats:

Western Australia

Barbara Rae – WA Consultant

Barbara Rae will be running a Scrap Retreat on Friday 20th March to Sunday 22nd March. This retreat will be held in Shoalwater and will be a great event. Those attending will complete an A4 size Album, they will receive the new stencil and pages needed to put the album together. It will be a lot of fun. Pop along to Barbara’s page and see the details :

14th August – 16th August. This retreat will be held in Redgum Retreat in Dwellingup, Western Australia. More on this once the March Retreat is over, but do get the date into your diaries.

Jackie Keeble – Victoria.


Jackie Keeble our AZZA Consultant in Blackburn, Victoria will be running the following Retreats through the year:

26th-29th March: Inverloch Scrap Retreat.

30th April – 3rd May Warburton Scrap Retreat.

14th – 16th August Ocean Grove Scrap Retreat.

Pop along to the link for more information or get in touch with Jackie if you would like to attend:

Finally had time to get a few more photos printed …. with all the festivities over I can get down to some scrapping!

Happy scrappin’


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Wishing you all the very best for the New Year.

As the new year draws near I would like to thank you for your support throughout 2019 and hope that I have been able to inspire you with some ideas for your pages and cards along the way.

I would like to wish you all a very joyful 2020 with lots of free hours to spend in your craft rooms around the globe.

We have seen some beautiful Christmas cards over the last month so to kick off I will show you some of the lovely table decorations you can create for your family feasts you may have as you celebrate the coming of the New Year. This lovely collection below was created by Sue Talbot our AZZA Consultant in Sydney. Sue used her AZZA Circle dies to cut all the circles out (makes life a lot easier) and the AZZA Christmas Ambiance cutting dies. She has used Christmas stickers to finish them off, you could also use your AZZA Alphabet stencils and place names on the little decorations for place settings.

Table decorations by Sue Talbot, NSW. Australia
Table decorations by Sue Talbot, NSW, Australia

Sue Talbot is our AZZA Consultant in Castle Hill in New South Wales. Sue creates beautiful pages and holds classes in her home. We do not have many Consultants in and around Sydney, but if you would like a class please contact Sue. Her details are on our webpage.

Sue Talbot, Castle Hill NSW, Australia

A few of Sue’s pages below using AZZA Orlando, Boston and Berlin Trio stencils.

Page by Sue Talbot, NSW, Australia
Page by Sue Talbot, NSW, Australia
Page by Sue Talbot, NSW, Australia

I do love the AZZA lantern cutting die, it can be used for all occasions. AZZA releases various ‘window’ dies that fit the lantern over the year. Here are a few samples from AZZA, Europe.

AZZA Europe

The AZZA Christmas Star ‘window’ from last year’s range is still available.

The Alpine ‘window’ is a lovely winter scene:
AZZA Europe

The stamp used was one sent out with the Scrap & Moi magazine. You can see the AZZA embossed paper was used to make this lantern; I do love the texture.

I am sure you will all have many, many Christmas photos to scrap so here are a few pages to give some ideas. The first page was created by Sabrina using AZZA Celestial stencil and Christmas stamps from last year. The chalking is beautiful.

Page by Sabrina, Du scrap chez les cigales, Europe

Another lovely page from AZZA Europe using the same Celestial stencil and Christmas themed products from last year’s range.

AZZA Fairy stencil was another of my favourites:

Lescrapdelena29 – AZZA Europe
AZZA Europe

AZZA Europe posted this lovely Single photo layout using the AZZA Verlaine stencil and last year’s Christmas range of products.

AZZA London Rio Special edition stencil.

AZZA Europe

AZZA Marine Stencil.

AZZA Europe

AZZA Aqua stencil.

The following pages were created by our Director/Regional Manager in Tasmania – Deb Byrne.

Deb Byrne, AZZA Tasmania

Deb created this page with the AZZA Bahamas stencil. She stamped her images onto an AZZA Wood sheet. Note how she has also used a Christmas image under a Resin pellet to highlight it. The Christmas tree stamp, Wooden sheets and Resin pellets are still available in the AZZA shop.

Page created by Deb Byrne, Tasmania, Australia.

Deb also created the following page using the AZZA Scrap Kit Promenade and the latest Christmas themed products. She has embossed her paper with the Festive branches embossing folder and then used a little ink on the images to highlight them.

Page created by Deb Byrne, Tasmania.
Album created by Deb Byrne, Tasmania.

Deb also created this mini album above using the Arches Trio stencil. These are lovely little gifts and reminders of celebrations.

Sue Toogood and Jennie Banks, Townsville, Australia

AZZA has a wonderful ‘Team of Two’ in Townsville: Sue Toogood and Jennie Banks. Sue has been with AZZA for 5 years and Jennie is about to reach her 10 year milestone.

Jennie created the following Christmas pages with the smaller 25 x 25 AZZA Shell stencil.

Page by Jennie Banks, Townsville, Australia
Page created by Jennie Banks, Townsville, Australia

I also loved this page Jennie created with the AZZA Celestial stencil and last year’s Christmas products.

Page created by Jennie Banks, Townsville, Australia

AZZA Australia will re-open on Monday 13th January. There will be a January new product release and the AZZA AUSTRALIAN SALE will also begin in January. Orders for the January product can be placed in the shop online but they will only be shipped the week of the 13th January.

The sale will only last until the end of the month. We have a few great items that are very low in numbers in the sale and these will be in a separate section as they will go very quickly. If you have any queries about the sale please contact your local Consultant.

Enjoy the last few days of 2019 – with all the cricket on I know I will get quite a bit of scrapping done. So hopefully you will see some of my Christmas pages in the new year.

Happy Scrappin’ and more importantly ……..

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Christmas fun with AZZA …….

AZZA Europe

There is still time to make your Christmas cards this weekend and get them into the post on Monday. This collection above from AZZA Europe has been made with last year’s products which are still available; do pop along to the AZZA Shop if you have missed anything.

This year the Christmas papers are beautiful and can be used throughout the year. The colour theme is brown and blue. Each pack has 8 papers, 4 in the blue and 4 in the brown tones. Papers are double-sided for 4 of the patterns below in blue and 4 in the browns.

With the temperatures in Perth at 40 today and staying up there for four days I am not going out the door so have had time today to play with some of the Christmas products. It’s not too late to get an order in before Christmas.

AZZA does have Christmas Gift Vouchers so you could always get your loved ones to pop online and buy you one to place under the tree.

The first card I made this morning was for a member of the Mail Out – I wanted to use products that they had already been sent. I used the Card stencil released last year and started with white ink to get the idea of the shape.

Next I created a star shape on white paper by marking and cutting on the OUTSIDE of the inner star shape. I then used the new Cherry ink and placed the ink on the tips of the star straight from the pad and used a narrow dauber to ink the shape of the stencil. The star was very ‘white’ so I very gently dabbed the ink pad over the whole shape to give it an ever so light mottled look. I didn’t want the red too dark in the pattern so used a Pom Pom with white ink to finish with.

Place the star onto your card:

I cut a 2cm strip and inked the ends, again with the ink pad so that I got the darker shades to the ends (I used the AZZA copper ink). Now you have a canvas to place any decoration on – I used the lovely Deer head from last years products as the Mail Out had received these both stamped and unstamped last year. You can use ribbon or the AZZA cord behind your image to add some texture.

Don’t forget the inside of your card, I used one of the shapes from the lovely cutting die set released by AZZA last year. These are still available ….

You can make very elegant cards with this cutting die set as seen below.

AZZA – Europe

Now to a few cards with the new AZZA Christmas products. With the first two cards I used the AZZA Embossing stencil Festive Branches which is a 15cm x 15cm embossing folder. On the red card I used white ink in the embossing folder before I ran it through the machine. I then cut a hole out the centre with the AZZA Sewn Circle cutting die. I then cut 2 of the new shapes, Christmas Ambiance and coloured them with inks and pens.
Card by Lyn Holmes, Western Australia

I used a white gel pen to dot the berries on the front of the card and attached the die shape using the AZZA dots, perfect for a image that is so fiddly.

As I had cut a circle in the front of the card, I cut a smaller circle out of white card, inked the edges and used the second die cut, but the trees only.

The next card I made I used the same embossing folder and cutting die but also used the Christmas texture stencil and the beautiful little Snow globe stamp off the large set of stamps.

As you can see there is a blank circle in the middle of the folder so I cut a circle out of AZZA Scarlet paper and a smaller circle out of white card upon which I stamped the Snow globe. I then decorated the Snow globe with the AZZA duo Frosty Lake.

Lastly I cut out the Christmas trees in the AZZA mid-green paper and constructed the card.

For the last two cards I used the AZZA large set of stamps (above): Christmas Ambiance. It is BEAUTIFUL and I just loved working with it. The first card I used the Christmas Ambiance paper; this paper is double-sided, both sides quite different. The ‘tree’ side matches well with the Embossing stencil Frosty Lake.

Card by Lyn Holmes, Western Australia.

I cut a square of white paper that would fit behind the ‘Window’ die and decorated it with two of the stamps. For the reindeer I used both the copper and chocolate ink. I used a torn piece of paper and the ink pad to colour the picture top and bottom. I used the NEW AZZA thin strips of 3D foam to mount the frame onto the picture. I then mounted it onto the card with double sided tape. I completed the inside with another of the stamps from the set and pens.
Card by Lyn Holmes, Western Australia.

For this card I used the Frosty lake paper mounted on a blue AZZA card. I cut a piece of white card and then used the same stamps as above. Firstly, I stamped the fine writing twice with a strip of tape down the middle so I could then chalk either side of it for a different effect. You could just use the stamp as it is and chalk over the stamped image. By doing it the way I have, I manage to draw out the image to cover a larger area. I then stamped the trees and lastly the 2 reindeer. Note how I covered the stamp in the copper ink first then added a little chocolate ink for depth. I love these stamps as they have a fleck in the deers which gives them such character straight away. All you need to do is add the eye and darken the hooves a little and they are perfect. Finish your card with a little chalking below their hooves. I decided not to use pens as I wanted a lighter finish.

Another AZZA Christmas product I would like to draw your attention to is the Calendar that has been released this month. It is a wonderful gift, when I lived in Europe I made a calendar for my family every year. As you make up the months, you can begin in whichever month you like so can be used as a gift throughout the year.

The calendar comes with all the product you need to complete the project and plans for each page. AZZA Australia will send you the months in English – if you want to re-use the calendar the year after; you just need to change the sheet with the month on it. Here are a few of Anita Day’s pages from the calendar she has created.

Page by Anita Day, Queensland, Australia

Page by Anita Day, Queensland, Australia

Page by Anita Day, Queensland, Australia
Page by Anita Day, Queensland, Australia

The little titles and images for the birthdays are also included (in English) or you can use any of your AZZA stamps or dies.

There are TWO baskets for November/December. The first is Woody Winter in the shades of brown including the lovely stamp set I have used above, this is priced at $47.00.

The second basket in shades blue: Frosty Lake – $59.50.

An Express Christmas Card Kit. The kit contains instructions for 7 different Christmas cards.

It’s not too late to get your order before Christmas, but you will need to have your orders in by close of business (Brisbane time) on Tuesday 17th December. I say Brisbane time as being in Perth – Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne all have different time zones for me now and just far too complicated. With each of the four Directors in a different state you can imagine trying to set a meeting time!! Lunch time for me and dinner time for the others!!!

Now I have time, I hope to share with you a little more on Christine’s visit and the Masterclasses to come.

Happy Scrappin’


Celine Capelle – AZZA Cutting Dies (When you cut too many!!!)
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