The Olympics are well underway and Australia are doing well in the pool.
To celebrate AZZA has been giving away special edition Olympic stencils and we have 6 lucky winners so far in Australia. You will have been notified if you have one coming your way and the Order numbers are posted in Facebook.
To celebrate the wins in the pool, AZZA products along the WATER theme, decorations BLUE in colour, and the Waterlily and Water green have all be placed on special in the online shop, so do pop along and look in the SALE section.
More Olympic stencils will be on offer soon. Patricia Le Bellic created the beautiful page below with the Olympic stencil.
I have created a few pages with the Barcelona set. They are all about a family visit to Australia so I used some of the Australian products that AZZA have as part of their range on the first page. As you can see, I kept one photo complete.
I love this stamp and die set, often using it for my Title on the page, or for journalling. As you can see, it is great to use both with or without the stamped image.
Embossing folders are always handy to use to fill in spaces with texture but without becoming the focus on the page. This embossing folder is great with all Australian photos.
There is only ONE kangaroo die left, so get in quick if you need, want or just plain love him on the page!
My next page was also created with two of the Barcelona stencils and the lovely Architecture die that was released with them. It can be decorated in so many ways. I chose a little of the AZZA grey Satin ribbon and a few of the AZZA circle stickers on the page. The Architecture paper also went well with my page.
Note how the two stencils are overlapped in the centre so you only get the 5mm gap on the page.
The July Basket allows you to purchase some cord and Resin dots for you to have a go.
I also like to use the AZZA large Alphabet dies for the first letter of my Title on the page if it can take it. They are easily combined with the smaller AZZA Alphabet dies.
The last page to show you today was created with the AZZA Kyoto stencil. A lovely simple layout, following one of the samples in the Studio, keeping my three photos almost complete. If you like quick and easy on the page, this layout is for you.
The die used is from the Rising Sun decoration products.
The papers from the same theme, fitted perfectly with my photos.
Whilst on the subject of Kyoto and the Rising Sun products, do keep a look out during the Olympics for a few specials on these products together with the Sakuru and Fuji colours.
If you are in Queensland, in the Caloundra area please pop along and meet Anita and Heather at the Craft Alive show this weekend.