This is my double page created with the Melbourne stencil and one set of the pre-cut pages.
I cut out the centre gap on the right-hand side so the photo on the back page would show through. The darker green shape is also showing through from the back page. I have used the bottom right double page below but with the darker green extra sheet in the image above.
Note how I have used the Ruby stamp to create a background for my title on the right. For my title I used the AZZA cutting die below.
I have also used the decoration stencil in the corners:
On this page I have also used one of the stamps from the Materials and Texture Large stamp set over inking, and two small paper pieces with the embossing folder. In the image below, you can see the left-hand page with the darker green sheet open – note how many more photos I can add to the page. I have also added a small part of the shape I cut with the die that has been released that corresponds with the stencil.
These can be purchased separately too.
The Materials and Texture decoration themed products are perfect to add to your AZZA collection as they can be used with any theme on the page. They are very versatile.
Below is a beautiful page by Christine Houbrechts, Belgium. She has also used one of the stamps from the Large stamp set and incorporated a few AZZA sticker circles and Resin dots.
Another layout I rather liked used the AZZA linen self-adhesive sheets. Note how the linen sheet has been inked and the Materials and Texture decoration stencil used.
Hilary has used the same darker green pre-cut sheet on her front page.
Flip the pre-cut page, again more photos on the inside.
Hilary’s double, inside layout. She has used the Texture stencil over her patterned paper to compliment the photos.
Another lovely layout using the Melbourne stencil, pre-cut pages and the Texture stencil above by Lauren in Europe. Her pages are always beautiful. Note the fold on the right-hand side.
I love her use of the AZZA Sewn Squares for the two smaller photos on the right-hand page.
AZZA Australia ran a competition over the last 6 weeks and the Winners have been announced. The competition was judged by Christine Houbrechts in Belgium.
Victoria scooped first and second place in both categories.
The first prize in the Consultant category went to Mary Iviglia in Beaconsfield Upper in Victoria. Congratulations Mary, a lovely page. Mary used the AZZA Punta Cana stencil for her page and the great little Chef and apron from our Cooking themed products.
Rosie Critchley also from Victoria won the AZZA Client category with her lovely page using the New York stencil.
Second prize went to Ruth Lawrence, AZZA Consultant in Bendigo and Jenny Gold of Victoria in the AZZA Client category. Note Ruth’s journalling, many Ladies say they don’t often see journalling on AZZA pages.
Third Prize in the Consultant category went to Heather Fields, AZZA Consultant in Mudjimba, Queensland and in the AZZA Client category, Jill Gready once again to Victoria,
Note how Heather has cut three gaps in the middle of her front page to let the orchid photos on the back page show through.
Jill also submitted a double page using AZZA sand. The sand added great texture to the page. Jill used the AZZA Bali stencil for her page above and the AZZA Objective stencil for her double page below.
Well done Ladies your vouchers will be on their way to you and a surprise product package for our two 1st place winners.
The Great Australian Online Craft show is running once again, this time for a week. It is a CHRISTMAS EXTRAVAGANZA so do pop in to our stand and see our specials.
We also have Gift Vouchers in the shop, a great idea for a Christmas gift!
We have Vouchers for $120, $80 and $40.00.
We have also put all the Halloween products on sale. Just in time to make up some Lantens or cards, and then you can use the same product to scrap your pages.
These products don’t only have to be for Halloween, Hilary and Deb have used them on their pages below:
Lastly, a Lovely little sheet of decorations to give you a little inspiration using the Materials and Texture themed products by Pascale in Europe.
Just wondering how big the alphabet dies are?
Cheers Iris Sent from Mail for Windows 10
Hi Iris, Sorry about the late reply, I have been away. The Alphabet dies is 1.5cm high. Regards Lyn