As our thoughts are with everyone in Melbourne under such strict lockdown – AZZA picked the perfect time to name a stencil after the beautiful City. One of our Consultants asked if the Stencil had to go into quarantine before they could use it!!
It is a lovely stencil and easy to work with.
I created the page above using the Cutting die that matches the stencil, the Classic Essential papers, one of the Figures, the Ruby stamp, Resin dots and a little strip of the AZZA linen ribbon. The Silhouette figures are only available in this month’s basket:
The Decoration theme this month is MATERIALS AND TEXTURE. These are all great products as they can be used on the page with any theme.
The two Ruby stamps are so versatile, if you belong to the Mail Out Club you will be receiving the one below, with a lesson on the many ways it can be used. I chose this one as it is not quite as bold as the second one, so can be used to create a background.
The Ruby stamp above is a little darker on the page. Below you can see it used on a layout created with the AZZA Neptune stencil.
Here is the video with Dominique showcasing the new products. It is in French, but do watch it, I always pick up something new from her videos.
A lovely layout with a single photo.
This is one of my favourite. Christelle has used the Cutting die, the Embossing folder and the Patterned papers.
The above layout is on one of the pre-cut sheets. These shapes are such fun and can be folded in so many ways to incorporate more photos on the page.
The focus book shows you the many ways the stencil and the pre-cut pages can be used. Deb Byrne has created the lovely page below with one of the pre-cut sheets which she has folded to reveal more photos on the page below.
Another layout I liked was the one above, quite different on the page. The AZZA self-adhesive Linen is beautiful when used with these products.
This page was created using the AZZA Hula Hoop stencil and decorated with the new products.
Below a layout by Jill Attrill in Victoria. Jill has used the Texture stencil to decorate her paper. She has used a strip of the Universe patterned paper, Glitter tape and a little cord. The small triangle has been embossed with the Sand Dunes Embossing folder I have highlighted before.
Sue also used the texture stencil on her page above, she used a stamp on top of the inked image and finished off the page with Resin dots.
There are so many pages to show you, but I will leave you with these for now.