Monday, November 23, 2009

Its a Boy

Its a BOY I am a Nan my Daughter Louise & baby Brody Jaxon 8lb 6oz Me with little Brody. You really do forget how little thay are L O L

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

The Rose

Hi all we had our last training day for 09 and I would like to share with you one of the many things we made on the day. Flower are something we love to give any time of the year but a hand made one is something you can keep for ever. I have always enjoyed making flowers and would love to share this with you all thanks for stopping by today have fun.

Step 1 You will need to punch out 18 Large Ovals in Real red card stock (Or what ever color Rose you would like)
Step 2 Soften the first oval between your fingers a little - this will make it easier to roll
Step 3 Place a piece of stick strip then roll the oval around on itself.
Step 4 Place a piece of sticky strip just below center on each of the ovals. As in Photo below.

Step 5 Stick the next oval to the first , rolled one in the photo above.
Step 6 Roll it around .
Step 7 Continue adding each of the ovals one at a time as in photo below.

Step 8 Using the wide oval punch and the old olive card punch out four this is for your leaves

keep placing all the real red ovals and shaping as you go as in the photo above and below

Step 9 Run the wide old olive oval through the Crimper then fold in half length ways.

as in the photos above and below

Step 10 Attach leaves to the rose with sticky strip one at a time

as in the photo above then add the next one

and so on until you have all four leaves on

it should look like this from the top as in the photo above and below

Step 10 Attach stick strip to the top of the stick and push into the bottom of the rose

Step11 To make the stem wrap sticky strip first around the bottom of the rose and down the stick as in photo above and below

Step 12 Next warp the ribbon around the bottom of the rose first then keep it going down the stick.

As in the photo above and below

Step 13 Cut four 21cm of ribbon to make loops using stick strip to hold into place as in the photo below

Place loops around the rose I did four you can do as many as you wont

Step 14 turn the rose upside down then tie more ribbon around and tie into a bow
as in the photo above and below

Step 15 Using a square piece of DSP and cut to 7.5 x 7.5 cm make a cone and leave it open just the right amount at the top for the amount of the rose you want to see as in photo below

If you wont the stem to hang out at the bottom use a 6 x 6' square and roll into a cone
place your rose into you cone and tie ribbon around it you can add a tag.
If you would like to attend my rose class on the 10th February 2010 times 1pm -3pm or 7pm - 9pm or would like to see more classes go to

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Training Day Oct 09

Training day is all about sharing ideas and helping each other and having fun also to give you many ideas to share with your customers. If your look for part time or full time work doing something you love find out more at Sitting down to a Roast Lunch and some time to talk about what we have been making

everybody very busy making the projects

This year I had a lot of New Independent Demonstrator and I wonted them to have a wonderful name tag so for all the new ladies they received a L and for all the ladies that have been with me for some time received a P there was lots of talk about our name tags.
Birthday party for kids our a great way to hold a workshop

Friday, November 6, 2009

A challenge from makeesha and love the colours this week

Monday, November 2, 2009

New Sampin Up Web Site

Wow - its going my demonstrator website up and running. You will be able to find all my classes in one place, along with links to all the current catalogues, and since this website is supported by Stampin' Up!, you can always find the very latest in specials and promotions. You can contact me through this website to book your workshop or place an order, and the most exciting thing to me is that now you will even be able to sign up online as well!! How cool is that! You can find it here, so go and check it out: