06 March 2010

Things to do on a rainy Saturday

1> Wash all my craft/cutting mats.
Most of the paint and glue is gone now, and I can see the guide-lines again!!

2> Play with some new scrapbooking products.
It's a tough job, but someone has to do it! Today's projects all focussed on some Graphic 45 papers, and a series of photographs from 2007. If I get them photographed, I'll be start uploading my layouts tonight.

Sneaky peeks:

3> Teach the little scrapbooker how to heat emboss.
This was fun!! We had inks and fluid chalk and embossing powders everywhere!! She snaffled some of my white paper flowers and experimented with different inks and powders. And then she made a card with her new creations:

On her behalf, I'm entering her card into these challenges:

# Town Scrapper ~ 'Spring'
Jazi used: Mummy's supplies!!  Petaloo flowers for the 'spring' element, and Grant Archival sentiments for the stamping.
# Method Playground ~ Challenge 62 ~ heat embossing
Jazi used: Mummy's supplies!!  Colorbox fluid chalks, Versamagic, Moonglow embossing powder, Gelatins embossing powder


  1. Well done Jazi!! Did n't you have heaps of fun with Mummy!! I love your card.

  2. Sounds like a great way to spend a rainy Saturday Karen! Love Jazi's card too!

  3. It's great Jazi enjoys scrapping too! Really love your yellow card below using the doiley. :)

  4. Great job! Thanks for playing along with us :)

  5. oh my GOOMIE, Karen! your DAUGHTER did this! i was wondering if you'd decided to go by a new monicker or something, and had a little giggle at the idea... but miss J - what a WONDERFUL job you've done with this card! what says springtime better than FLOWERS?! :) fabulous! thanks for playing at The TownScrapper! :)


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