Competition time ……

February in Australia and ‘The Australian Open’ begins.

To celebrate a month of Tennis in Australia all orders over $100.00 placed in the online shop during the month of February will go into a draw to win one of five Tennis stencils. (This means you have FIVE chances of winning) These are not available for purchase, they are a special edition.

These lovely layouts created with the Tennis stencil from the Ladies in Europe.

AZZA – Europe

The second competition is advertised in the Scrap & Moi No 58 on page 67. The next layout competition has the theme: Texture stencils.

This competition, in keeping with the AZZA 20th Anniversary celebrations, has the prize of 150E instead of the normal 50E and every one who enters will receive a Texture stencil. Your entry needs to be sent to Azza Belgium by the 15th of February.

Please ensure you let them know you are from Australia and whether you are a Consultant or a Client. Do let your Consultant know if you send in an entry. When you scan and save your page please put your name/Australia on the scan (name/Australia.jpeg) as this makes it so much easier for the Ladies in Belgium to keep a track of which layout belongs to you!

All entries are to be sent to:

Get out your Texture stencils and have a go. Here are a few beautiful pages to give you some ideas:

Page by Lyn Holmes. Western Australia

This is one of my favourite pages I created with the Loire (A4) template. I have used the Texture stencil on both paper and my page contrasting the inks I used to the paper/page colours.

AZZA – Europe

For the decorations on the Dallas layout above two different Texture stencils have been used.

Another beautiful Dallas layout with the Feathers Texture stencil from Europe, I do apologise as I could not find who created this lovely set of pages.

A lovely page created by Christine Houbrechts using the AZZA Melbourne stencil and the Material and Texture Texture stencil.

Page created by Christine Houbrechts – Belgium
Page created by Johannascrappe in France

The page above created by Johanna using the AZZA Cancun stencil and the Texture stencil Silhouette that was released at the same time. Below AZZA Zurich stencil using the Snowflake Texture stencil in the centre behind the decoration.

An older layout of mine using the AZZA London Special edition template and a Texture stencil. This shows how you can either use your Texture stencil along the lines of your photos on the page or pull your layout to the corner of your page by using the Texture stencil and ink or chalk in your penned corner.

Page created by Lyn Holmes, Western Australia

Deb Byrne has done the same in her layout below using the AZZA Neptune template for the layout.

Page created by Deb Byrne, Tasmania
Page created by Christine Houbrechts, Belgium

In the page above created with the AZZA Nairobi stencil Christine shows how the Texture stencil can be used with ink and can also be used to emboss the paper, keeping the decorations on the page similar but different. I have highlighted how to do this in an earlier blog.
Page created by Isabelle Jolivat, Europe

Another lovely sample of a Texture stencil used on paper on a page created with the AZZA Nairobi stencil. If you have the AZZA Rosette stencil, the page below will give you some inspiration. The texture stencil used is beautiful – this Texture stencil is still available.

Now for a few close-up looks at the Texture stencil used on the page:

Decoration by Christine Houbrechts, Belgium

Once again a close up of using the Texture stencil to emboss paper on your page. Christine has highlighted a single feather in each section beautifully.

Page by Christine Houbrechts. Belgium
Decoration by Lyn Holmes. Western Australia

In the decoration above I have used the Texture stencil to emboss my paper and below Jennie Banks shows how you can use just part of your Texture stencil for decoration.

Page created by Jennie Banks. Australia
AZZA Europe

A Texture stencil has been used to create a background for this lovely decoration.

A layout with an older template Noisette, I have always liked:

Mosaic Texture stencil duo still available.

As seen in the layout above using the AZZA Scrap kit Promenade, you can lift your Texture stencil decoration with the AZZA Resin dots, now available in the normal shine or matt.

The Weather Texture stencil is still available.

Jill has used the Secret Garden Texture stencil below, I know I have shown you before but this page deserves a second showing. I love it and this stencil remains one of my favourite. Jill used the Dallas template to create the page.

Page created by Jill Attrill. Australia

To finish, a more recent layout I created using the AZZA Scrap kit Vacation and the Scrap Plus kit’s Texture stencil and stamp. I finished off the layout with the ‘Thongs’ die which can be found in the AZZA Australiana section. I used the Texture stencil to create a background for my decoration.

Page created by Lyn Holmes. Western Australia
Page by Christine Houbrechts, Belgium.

Christine has also used the AZZA Scrap Kit Vacation for her layout above. Note how she has highlighted the little birds she has inked onto the paper with the same Texture stencil I used on the page above (Obviously the other image)

Bring your Texture decorations to life with a little pen work.

I haven’t had time to create my own page for the competition yet, so hopefully in the next blog I will be able to show you my page plus plenty more that have been sent in.

Happy Scrappin’


AZZA – Europe

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1 Response to Competition time ……

  1. scrapdemonik says:

    Hello Lynn
    According to french laws concerning “copyright”, nobody can use some-else creative work (picture, or scrap page, or whatever it is), without her ou his authorisation, unless it has been published under “creative commons license”, in which case the name ot the author has to be added..

    The signature on the page is not sufficient

    You may contact the designer on her blog : Scrapsansfrontières to have her opinion

    On this page and the following, we can see a few signatures, among which :
    Christine Caparros
    isabelle Jolivat – isa scrap
    So scrap

    but there is no evidence that they gave you the authorisation to show their pages on your blog
    A link to their own blog could help, as you did for other persons ? What about the other people ?

    I believe you just did not know this rule, and that you can apply it ?


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