Weekend update

Texture Competition

First place in the Clients Division went to Jeni Work. Congratulations Jeni.
Unfortunately we do not have a copy of her page yet.
CONSULTANT DIVISIONS
1.  Beginner (less than 2 years)  Deborah Byrne (TAS) – Sunset
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Sunset in Velvet and Sand. Deb has used sand, velvet and chalks. Deb used the Sofia-Lima stencil duo.

2.  Intermediate (2-4yrs) Denise Harris (NSW) – textured foliage
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The circle in sand is great, a lot of careful cutting! Denise used the Bilbao-Macau stencil.

3.  Advanced ( >4 yrs) Jennie Banks (QLD) – Desert Rose.
Winning page

Jenni has used wet and dry embossing, sand, figurines and pearl pens. The stencil she used is the London Rio Special Edition.

Update of Baroque Gallery

I have just added some lovely pages to the Gallery for the Baroque stencil.  Many of you will have this tucked away, now is the time to get it out and create a beautiful page.  It is also a lovely shape for a 3D Title.  You can chalk it or ink it to tone in with the photos on the page and it is easily embossed.

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Page by Mumuscrap, Europe.

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Page by Mumuscrap, Europe. I love the simplicity of the wiggley lines, simple but effective.

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Page by Be Creativa, Europe.

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Page by Charlette Scrap, Europe. She has used Ellipse for the photos but Baroque for the decoration. It has been embossed.

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Page by Floscrap, Note the chalking on the paper shapes.

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Page by Mimouscrap. Note the chalking and stamping on the paper shapes.

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Page by AZZA Europe. Shapes have been used for photos, paper and chalking.

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Page by Mimouscrap.

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Page by AZZAWorld. The lovely paper and chalking shapes do not take anything away from the photos, but enhance them. Lovely page.

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I love this fun page. Border can be done in Bevelled pens too. Page by Scrap n Go, Europe.

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Page by L’atelier de Linette, Europe. Lovely decoration.

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I love this fun page. Page by AZZAWorld.

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Page by Soglaibert, Europe.

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Page by Floscrap.

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I love this page by Floscrap. She has used the stencil for the photos and the decoration. Note the lovely border lines.

Chalking Class in Penrith

I thought I would share with you the lovely pages created by the Ladies in Penrith at a Chalking class we had recently.

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Joan created this beautiful page with the Bahamas stencil.

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A close-up of Joan’s work. Note how the stamped pencils and school bag have been enhanced with chalk pencils. Joan used the School theme kit for this decoration.

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Beautiful page by Fiona, not always easy to use chalk on a dark page but here she has used the chalks on both the page and the paper shapes.

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A close-up to show the chalking on the paper, here she has used two colours in the chalking to bring the colours of the page and photos together.

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Lovely page by Chris bringing lilac and yellow together. Chris used the Bahamas stencil and we finished off the ‘shape’ with chalking, again using both colours to tone in with the photos.

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Great page by Jen using Bilboa-Macau stencil. She used red and blue in the chalking to enhance the idea of the flags in the photos. Note the title was also done in both colours.

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Lovely page by Karen using only one photo and the Caribbean stencil. The chalking completed the shape of the stencil without taking away from the photo or the journaling.

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Ho Ho Ho – great page by Debbie, I love the Christmas colours – just like the lights in the photos!!

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Close-up of Debbie’s page – Rome-Tokyo is a great stencil for chalking!

Christmas is almost upon us

20 weeks to Christmas. 

For all the Mums and Grans out there with a little bit of spare time!!!

How about this canvas for a Christmas present.  Isn’t it great!

Odile Bordeaux of Europe created this canvas, she used both the Mars-Venus and the Rome-Tokyo stencils.

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