UPCOMING WORKSHOPS - 21st February and 22nd February

MORNING WORKSHOP: Springtime Beauties Cards.
DATE: 21st February 2014.
TIME: 10:00am - 12.00pm.
VENUE: Forbes Handicraft Centre, Forbes.
COST: $30 per person.

In this workshop, you will create 3 beautiful Springtime cards with sponged backgrounds, Distress Paint stamping and using Alcohol Ink Art Markers for colouring embellishments.

This workshop is suitable for beginners.

This workshop is limited to 6 people. Please RSVP to 0427 511 683.

This workshop was designed by Beryl McLean.

AFTERNOON WORKSHOP: Adore Bling 12 x 12 Layout.
DATE: 21st February 2014.
TIME: 1:00pm - 3:00pm.
VENUE: Forbes Handicraft Centre, Forbes.
COST: $45 per person.

In this workshop, you will create, a double page layout with a fold out booklet. You will also learn how to use design adhesives and foils, create altered flowers and use bling alphabet for the title.

This workshop is suitable for beyond beginners.

This workshop is limited to 6 people. Please RSVP to 0427 511 683.

This workshop was designed by Sonya Edwards.

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I can offer the following papercraft services to you:

Invitations for all occasions.

Scrapbooking Workshops for Beginners or Beyond Beginners.

Card Making Workshops for Beginners or Beyond Beginners.

Master classes for those wanting to learn more involved techniques.


Completing Scrapbooking Albums of your Precious Memories.

Please contact me on 0427 511 683 or my email:

Yours in Kaszazz,

Saturday, July 28, 2012


Hi Everyone,

Last night, I have joined on this website: www.scrapboutique.com.au to take part in 3 different challenges.

I have to have the challenges done by Thursday at midnight.

I will post photos when I have completed them.

Till then,



Hi Everyone,

I took part in a "Cyber Crop" last night with the Kaszazz consultant group. It was loads of fun.

A Cyber Crop is where the host uploads instructions every 15 minutes and goes for 2 hours. So you have no idea what the scrapbooking page will look like when it is finished. It is quite exciting when everybody uploads their pages to the site and see how everyone has interpreted the instructions.

The instructions were:

Start by choosing an SB Essential colour for your base page. Once you have decided on this take a piece of your patterned paper and cut it in half vertically. You will have a piece measuring 6” across by 12” long. Lay this in the centre of your chosen SB paper with 3” either side. (NO STICKING DOWN YET!!)

Choose a 2nd patterned paper to create a horizontal strip measuring 12” wide by 3” long. Along the bottom edge of this piece create a pattern by using a scallop punch, ezypress die, distressing etc.. Lay this piece across your page approximately 3” up from the bottom of the page.

Choose a contrasting patterned paper (or stamped/embossed essentials) and cut a long strip measuring 2” wide by 12” long. This will lay over the first two patterned papers slightly off centre (to the right)
This runs down the page vertically. I am still just laying all mine down to stick later.

Mat your 6x4 portrait photo with a contrasting essential colour and come up with a creative idea for a mat behind the 2.5”x3.5” portrait photo, you might use an ezypress die, stamped image or torn piece.

Create a journaling block that measures 3” across and is at least 4” long, can be longer if it suits your page. Layer your matted photos and journaling block in the following order: journaling block 2” down from top of page and laying over the 2” vertical patterned piece; then the 6x4 photo 2” up from the bottom of the page and slightly to the left of the centre panel; finally the creatively matted small photo overlapping the top left corner of the larger photo to the left top of the page. (Only sticking down if you are 100% sure you want to, repositionable tape is great at these times)

Create a title to go over the top right corner of the large portrait photo, this will also cover the bottom of the journaling block heading to the right of the page. (It should be looking balanced by now xxx)

Add embellishments where it suits your page and edge anything with inks or distressing tool to suit and don't forget to BREATHE

Stick everything down and do your journaling, doodle to your heart’s content

Well done!!

Here is my interpretation of the instructions:

Here is a picture of the page map we used:

The source layout came from www.pagemaps.com

Cheers, Fiona

Thursday, July 12, 2012


Hi Everyone,

 Well, it is about time that I uploaded that photo of my daughter with her new look. Alice had a fantastic time at the hairdressers and could not keep the smile off her face.

I can't wait to complete a layout of this "special" time in Alice's life. She is still smiling.

Till next time,


Sunday, July 8, 2012


Hi Everyone,

Better late than never. Please enjoy the photos of the 6 different cards I designed for the kids workshop. I demonstrated each card and then the kids had their turn. I had 26 children aged between 5 and 12 years of each. I used the Rollagraph, cling wrap, paint splatter and I can tell you that the paint splatter and the cling wrap cards were the biggest hit, with both the boys and the girls.

Rollagraph with chalking, stamping and ice stickles.

Cling wrap technique with stamping (boy design).

Cling wrap technique with stamping (girl design).

Rollagraph with stamping, chalking, and ice stickles.

Magic mounted flower card.

Paint splatter with stamping.

Thanks for visiting and I hope that you leave a comment,

Friday, July 6, 2012


Hi Everyone,

I know it has been a while but have been busy at work. I was invited to do a cardmaking workshop at the Parkes PCYC with 26 children aged between 5 to 12 years old. I must say that they were very impressed with the splatter technique and the cling wrap technique the most. Next week, I will be going back to do a scrapbooking layout.

With the cardmaking workshop, the children made 5 cards and they were all very well behaved.

My daughter Aice, is having her very first foils in her hair today, so will upload photos of the cards when we get back home.

Hope everyone is enjoying their day,