Thursday, October 28, 2010

Girls Night In

Last night was a wonderful time to spending it with friends to help raise money for cancer.

The photos below show you just how much fun the ladies are having with our mini action thanks to Stampin' Up! for there wonderful donation of retied products. There was a race to see who would get what they wonted but buy the smiles they all got what they bid for and when home very happy.

This was my second night with some great stamper that love cardmaking and scrapbooking to help to raise money for cancer our first one was at Barinsdale and last night was at Warragul.

more reading at the end check out the photos...

Here in Bairnsdale we made and shared some wonderful projects the ladies love to share what they love about card making both day /night fundraiser was a wonderful success.
Keep reading to see who one the raffles but first more photos.

Congratulations to our Raffle winner 1st prize gos to Stacey Fraser
2nd gos to Shirly Mattews
3rd gos to Joan Spencer
Thank you to all the ladies that help I really appreciated it also I would like to thank Jan-Maree Hairdressing forher voucher.
The big news is that we raise all up $1550.00 Thank you to every one that joined me to help raise much needed funds for cancer. Cancer can touches any of us at any time I lost my sister and uncle to cancer and I am a survivor.
Happy Stamping Teresa

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

2011 Classes and Retreats

I would like to take this time to thank everyone for there support your given me and your friendship in workshops, classes,attending workshop and Retreat for the year 2010.

I have another great year of stamping projects to do in card making, scrap booking, and off the page projects. I love to teach the art of stamping to you and your friends so join me in 2011.


Stampin' Up! workshops are an inexpensive and fun way to spend an afternoon or a day with friends to make-and-take some great projects!

As a hostess you can receive FREE exclusive stamp sets and merchandise!

For you FREE Idea Book & Catalogue, contact me today to book your Stampin' Up! workshop!

Sale-A-Bration is coming and if you pre book your Sale-A-Bration Stampin' Up workshop with me between February the 9th & 30 March 2011 you will be placed in the draw for a FREE $50.00 Gift voucher (this is not a stampin up promotion this is my promotion for you)
Please note: (workshop must be held with in this period to go into the draw)

So per book your Sale-A-Bration workshop be for the 30th December 2010 to be entered into the Sale-A-Bration DRAW you could WIN $50.00 WORTH OF STAMPIN' UP! PRODUCTS..
So call me today on 0409533925

Classes and Retreats 2011

Scrapbooking Classes will start back on Wednesday 9th February Time: 7pm-9pm
In this class we will be doing two 6 x6 Layouts and the Tile emboss technique Cost $10.00
Scrapbooking Class Wednesday 9th march Time: 7pm-9pm
In this class we will be doing two 6x6 layouts and the Two step owl punch technique Cost $10.00

Techniques classes will start back on Friday 25th February Time: 10am-12 noon or 7pm-9pm
In this classes we will be doing two techniques to go into your 5x5 art journal if you don't have a journal you may order it on your first night. For the ladies that are booking in from last year please bring your book with you. Cost $10.00
Techniques Class Friday 11th March Time: 10am-12noon or 7pm-9pm cost $10.00

Parchment classes will start back on Friday 25th Feb Time: 1pm-3pm Cost $30.00
Friday 11th March Time: 1pm-3pm Cost $30.00

Retreats at Lakes Friday 4th 5th 6th March This is a great time to get away and do what you love,
and share your time with other stampers. I will be only booking in 25 ladies in this retreat so if there is more than 25 ladies I will run a second retreat for more info call me on 0409533925

Card classes will start back on Wednesday 16th March Time 10-12noon 1pm-3pm or 7pm-9pm
In this classes we will make to cards cost $ 10.00

All classes will be step by step this will helps you learn the art of stamping and have fun.
Please bring the folling items with you to classes and workshops all adhesives, bone folder,and sissors, cutter.
For more information on purchasing Stampin' Up products taking a class hosting a workshop or becoming a demonstrator yourself call me today 0409533925

Check out all Stampin' Up! promotions on
Happy Stamping Teresa

Birthday Wishes

Wow So Sorry this is late...
September's Birthday Wishes go to Samone Giblett happy birthday samone enjoy your gift.
Happy birthday to all

Happy Stamping Teresa

Saturday, October 2, 2010

How do I use a Brayer

Those are the basic uses... but when have you EVER known a mad stamper lol :)to stop at the basics?

If your never brayed before and would like to pick up some good tips and would enjoy learning this great techniques then book into one of my brayer classes or if you have a brayer laying around try some of the tips below.

To Stripe it Up: Use markers to draw stripes or wavy lines directly onto the rubber roller, then roll the brayer across your card stock. Try repeating in the opposite direction to create a plaid design! Try using several colours, draw dots or circles...well, you get the idea.

Wrap it Up: Pop the roller out of the handle & wrap rubber bands around it for added texture. Reassemble, ink up the bumpy brayer & roll onto card stock to make a unique background image. Try other household items - yarn, string, crumpled saran wrap, cheesecloth, plastic netting (save that bag of oranges!) ... the sky's the limit! (This works bestl with the acrylic roller, but you can also use the rubber roller)

Spectrum (Rainbow) ink pads: Ink up the brayer on your Spectrum pad (TIP:keep the coloured sections separated when using a brayer, push them together when using a stamp) - then roll your rainbow-inked brayer over card stock. Use a slight "V" motion when rolling to help the edges of the colours blend together & cover any uninked gaps.

Resist Techniques: There are many variations on the resist technique, but the basic idea is always the same - you apply something to the card stock first, then brayer ink over it. Wherever you have applied your "resist" material, the brayered ink won't stick. Some examples:
Basic Brayer Resist: stamp an image onto card stock with VersaMark. Do not emboss. Ink up your brayer with any Classic ink & roll over the (almost invisible) images - they will magically appear!

Embossed Resist: stamp an image onto glossy card stock with VersaMark or Craft inks (they are wet enough to hold embossing powder) Heat emboss the images with Clear Embossing Powder. Ink up your brayer with Classic ink (you must use Classic ink on glossy card stock for this step) and roll over the embossed images.

Joseph's Coat: Brayer glossy card stock with Spectrum (rainbow) ink - the brighter, the better.

(If you do not have a Spectruum ink just brayer diffrent bright colour over your card stock) When dry, stamp images over top with VersaMark, then heat emboss the images with Clear Embossing Powder. Ink up your brayer with a dark Classic ink (black is best, honest! I like to have a brayer just for black) and roll over the entire card, covering all of the rainbow ink. Wipe excess black off the embossed images & you'll see the rainbow colours showing through!

Also check out Crayon Resist, & Wax Paper Resist - great techniques to try!

Mirror Imaging: Ink your stamp & set it on the table, image side up. Use a clean brayer to roll over the inked image, then roll the brayer again onto card stock - this will give you a reversed image. This is a handy technique to create trees mirrored in the lake below, or to place two characters face to face on your card. Just ink up the stamp, brayer over it to pick up the inked image & brayer onto the card. Next, re-ink the image & stamp it directly onto the card. (If an exact placement is necessary for your design, use the Stamp-a-ma-Jig)Kissing Technique: A variation of Mirror Imaging, the Kissing technique can be done without a brayer, but using one gives a sharper image. Ink up your brayer with ink, then roll it over any textured stamp (many of the background stamps work well). Be sure to get a good covering over the entire stamp (here's where the brayer does a nice job). Next, take an un-inked solid stamp (Monogram letter or solid flower image, for example) and "kiss" it to the inked stamp. The design will transfer from one stamp to the other. Stamp the image onto card stock & voila!

This is a Brayer class I attend with one of my downline. Thanks Breeanna for sharing.
Here are a couple of brayer cards from my last brayer workshop.

Have fun with your brayer
Happy Stamping Teresa x x

Original designer for brayer cards Michelle Zindorf