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.

My Workshop Rewards for You.

My Workshop Rewards for You.


* Join the Kaszazz Creative Club (KCC) and go into the draw to win prizes, receive voucher FREEbies and much more!

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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,


Hi Everyone,

Here are the instructions for the cyber crop in April.

This time we will be doing a single photo layout, of course you can change it up if you like or maybe do some pockets to match after. You will need one 6" x 4" landscape photo, at least 2 contrasting patterned papers, busy prints will look good, a big pile of embellishments, masking tape or ribbon and a couple of plain SB papers, one will need to be full size but the other can be a half sheet. When I say a big pile of embellishments it can mean buttons, brads, ribbons, rubons, shrinky's, chipboard...you know what we have and you all have amazing imaginations. Ink and stamps would be good too, especially a journalling block if you like to use one for your lines and of course some way of creating your title! I hope I have given you enough info without giving too much away. Feel free to ask any questions, this is a fun funky layout, I'm excited!!!!

 *** INSTRUCTION #1 ***
Start by choosing a plain SB paper for your base page. Also choose a busy patterned SB paper and cut this to measure 9” across and 12” long. Layer this over the plain paper, with both right hand edges aligned, i.e. there should be a 3” piece of plain SB paper showing on the left hand side. Feel free to stick down if you wish although I prefer to wait until a little further along.

*** INSTRUCTION #2 ***
Choose a different patterned paper, and cut to measure 2” across and 10” long, a great way to make use of scrap pieces. Also choose a plain SB paper or very lightly patterned paper to measure 4” across and 9” long. Layer these two pieces with the first piece overlapping the patterned piece on the base page by just enough to show that it is overlapped, leave an even border around the top, left and bottom sides of this piece (this is the 2" x 10” piece.) Now take the other plain piece that you trimmed to 4x9” and lay it down 2.5” in from the left hand edge of the base page in a portrait orientation with an even border top and bottom. This should now be overlapping all the patterned pieces.

*** INSTRUCTION #3 ***
You can choose to mat your photo if you wish to, if you do I would suggest a solid colour and a very small mat. Place the photograph in a landscape position 2” down from the top of the page and 1.5” to the right of the left hand edge of the 4" x 9" piece. i.e. it will be overlapping the piece with an edge still showing to the left of the photo.

*** INSTRUCTION #4 ***
Create a tag, journaling mat, small pocket or piece of cardstock to measure approx. 2” across and 4-5” long, tuck this under the bottom right hand corner of the photo, you may like to stamp a journaling block etc. on to this piece. Add a piece or ribbon, masking tape, stamp etc. coming out from under this piece along the join of the 4" x 9” piece to cover the join, you may like to make this run a little longer to add a point of difference to the page, i.e. half an inch past the end of the 9” piece or so. Stick everything down now.

*** INSTRUCTION #5 ***
Choose yourself a whole collection of embellishments, it might be keys, locks, clocks, chipboard shapes, buttons, brads, stamped images, etc. and layer these over each other down the entire left hand edge of the 4" x 9” piece. Effectively creating a 9” long column of embellishments.

*** INSTRUCTION #6 ***
Add a title to the bottom left hand side of the 4" x 9' piece using stamps, stickers, chipboard etc…

*** INSTRUCTION #7 ***
Add any extra little embellishments around the page, perhaps just under your photo or next to the journaling block, use your creativity. Using a stamp, pen, rubons, bling etc. add a border under the 4x9” piece.

*** INSTRUCTION #8 ***
As always, doodle, journal and add your finishing touches!

Thank you to Leeann Koesters for organising this cyber crop.
Yours in Kaszazz,

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