Home Sweet Home ….

I have seen so many beautiful close-ups of these decorations used on AZZA pages that I thought I would share a few with you.

The AZZA New York stencil was released with the Home Sweet Home themed products. These products are beautiful and can be used with so many themes, they would be a great range to have in your supply.


The Home Sweet Home A4 Sketch sheet above is lovely for quick decoration on the page and the words ‘Home Sweet Home’ are in English!! As you can see these can be used with almost any theme on the page. Below you can see one of the images mounted on the Home Sweet Home Seasonal paper then wrapped with the new Linen ribbon and finished off with an AZZA pearl. Thanks Christine for this beautiful page.

Page by Celine Bernardo. Europe
Page by Celine Bernardo. Europe
Page by Celine Bernardo. Europe

Celine has also used the AZZA Home Sweet Home seasonal papers and a Figure mounted on one of them. As you can see the Sketch sheet images look good mounted on both the plain and patterned papers.


The large AZZA Home Sweet Home stamp shown above creates lovely decorations on your page, both directly onto the page or stamped, coloured, cut out and placed onto the page.

How clever is this decoration above. Stamped onto the page so that it just falls behind the beautiful Home Sweet Home Die Cut, connected with black and white dots to the die cut. The image is then coloured with Chalking pencils.

The same image has been used in the corner of this wedding themed page. Stamped in brown and highlighted in white, just as beautiful.

Yet another fun creation with the stamped images and the Decoration duo stencil image (3D). They have been used together with the Embossing folder Gnarled wood seen below. This was also used on Christine’s page above. Note how the Embossing folder has only been used on half the paper cut out.

AZZA Europe

This lovely page above also used a few of the stamps and the AZZA Decoration duo stencil. I love the idea of the little line from which the light bulbs and the clock hang. So easy when you know how! Note how the collection of bottles have been ‘grounded’ with a little decoration. These little bottles and the light near the Title are created with the Decoration duo stencil and pens as an outline.

A closer look
AZZA Europe

The decorations above have also been created using the AZZA Decoration stencil, this time with chalks and inks. Note how the pot can have two different succulents placed on top of it.


The Rustic Clock is a must in your collection, it is timeless (sorry, but it is true!!). It can be used in ANY colour and of course you don’t have to use the whole image. I loved this multi-page layout by Patricia in Europe.

Patricia Le Bellec. AZZA Europe
Interesting use of the light bulbs on their side (It is an Irish page!)
Love the use of only half the clock.

Another lovely set of pages from AZZA Europe with the New York stencil and the Home Sweet Home themed products. Note how the clock below has been highlighted with a Resin pellet.

AZZA Europe
AZZA Europe – this new Linen ribbon is now in stock

Both the AZZA Cutting Dies have been used in this set of pages:

AZZA Europe
AZZA Europe

These little windows bring fun to the page!

Christine has use the AZZA Home Sweet Home Figures too

Two more examples using the Home Sweet Home Figures:


Lastly, a beautiful card created with the Home Sweet Home products:

Thank you Celine

Celine has used the AZZA Structure/Texture paste as her background, then coloured it.


This structure works beautifully with all AZZA Decoration and Texture duo stencils, more on this in another blog.

AZZA Europe
Page by Jennie Banks, Queensland. Australia
AZZA Europe

The Home Sweet Home texture stencil has two very different sides to it. One very delicate and the other I think is more of a Cobble stone look.

Herewith the video of Dominique working with the Home Sweet Home products and the New York stencil. I love her work with the Rustic clock!

Now its over to you to play with the AZZA Home Sweet Home products and your New York stencil.

Happy Scrappin’


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