What great news… Online ordering has just been released in Australia…… you know what that means craft Shopping 24/7!
All you have to do is click on the “Shop Now” button to the right, and you will be able to “add to cart” to your heart’s content.
You are still welcome to phone or email me with your orders, but if you like shopping at midnight, then this is the better option.
Stampin’ Up!’s got a super special valentine offer sure to set your heart aflutter!
Get the Sealed with Love Simply Sent Kit FREE—a $15.95 value—when you buy the brand-new My Little Valentine Stamp Set!
||My Little Valentine (clear-mount)
Don’t get your heart broken—contact me today to take advantage of this limited-time offer!
With Talking Tag, you can send a gift that is uniquely you. Talking Tag is a message label you can attach to cards, invitations, gifts . . . anything! Personalise birthday cards, Christmas gifts or even record quick instructions for a recipe. Now your pictures really can say a thousand words!
How to send a voice message:
- Download the FREE TalkingTag™ App on you smartphone from talkingtag.mobi, iTunes® or Google Play™.
- Adhere the message tag to your card or gift.
- Open TalkingTag™ App and scan the code.
- Record your message (recording starts immediately, so make sure you’re ready!).
You will have the opportunity to listen, re-record, cancel, or confirm your message after you’ve completed recording it. Each label allows up to 60 seconds of a greeting, song, or product message.
To play the message, recipients will need to download the app and scan the code. Messages are saved for two years, so they can listen to it over and over.
How to Buy Talking Tags: Buy ‘em by the sheet! You get 10 tags for just $12.95 AU/$15.75 NZ (item 129723). Contact me to order! Click here
- Adhere Talking Tag to a flat surface, otherwise the scanner can’t read the code.
- Multiple tags can be attached to one surface, but don’t place them too close together. When scanning a message, you shouldn’t be able to see another code on the screen
- Do not write or place any decoration over the label.
- Talking Tag has a permanent adhesive and cannot be repositioned once attached to a surface. Attempting to remove it could tear the label, making it impossible to listen to the content.
- A Talking Tag message label can only hold one message. Once a message is confirmed, it cannot be deleted or re-recorded.
It is that time of the year again, Christmas! it seems to come around so fast now….must be getting old!
For the last stamp club of the year I decided to make it a combination of a dinner party come stamp club.
Christmas decorated table
Cute little ornaments picked up with my daughter to decorate the table.
The lovely ladies that have come to stamp club once a month all year and some of them for many years now. We have a great time each month and I throughly enjoy there company. We had a lovely homemade meal and below is a couple of the recipes that were requested. Thanks ladies for a great year of fun times and friendship xx
The two projects we made, yes we got through two of them even with dinner.
Spinach, feta and tomato slice
- 2 sheets of frozen puff pastry
- 2 tsp olive oil
- 1 leek, pale section only, thinly sliced
- 1 glove of garlic, crushed
- 1 bunch of english spinach (I use silverbeet if I don’t have baby spinanch)
- 100g feta, crumbled
- Cherry tomatoes or roma tomatoes
- 3 eggs, whisked
- 3/4cup pouring cream
- 2 tbs finely grated parmensan
Preheat oven 180c, spray a rectangle flan pan with oil. Join the two sheets of puff pastry together then line the base and sides with the pastry, cut off the excess then place in fridge. Heat oil in non-stick frypan over medium heat. Cook the leek and garlic, stirring until the leek is soft. Spread over the pastry base. Cook the spinach in the frying pan until just wilted. Transfer to a plate lined with with paper towel. Squeeze excess liquid from spinach. Arrange the spinach over the leek. Top with tomato and feta. Whisk the egg, cream and parmesan in a large jug. Pour over the spinach mixture. Bake for 35 minutes or until firm.
Here is the link for the Sweet Potato Salad recipe http://www.exclusivelyfood.com.au/2006/08/sweet-potato-salad-recipe.html
The plastic test tubes are not a Stampin’ Up! product, they can be purchased from retailers of packaging companies or eBay. I purchased mine off my upline who purchased them through someone placing a bulk order so I am sorry I don’t have a direct contact I can give you.
Merry Christmas to all, stay safe and enjoy the time with family and friends xx
This weekend Jared was off to a birthday party and I always find it alot more challenging making cards for boys. I have used the Up Up and Away stamp set, Itty Bitty Banners stamp set, Bitty Banners Framelits, Stripes folder, circle cutter, silver mini brads. To personalise it I used numbers through the big shot. To build up my stock I made 5 cards.
My daughter had a party to go to so the challenge was on as to what to make/give. After my google search I am greatful I found this site www.gretchenbarron.typepad.com with a bit of tweaking as my test tubes were a different size. This is what I came up with:
We are going to make two of these , a Christmas and birthday one at the final stamp class of the year.
Yesterday myself, Joanne and Donna spent the day at the Darling Harbour convention centre enjoying the many great Christmas ideas put together by Stampin Up and many demonstrators. For the first time they put on an event for demonstrators and their guests where they had product playgrounds, demonstrations, make and take area, idea boards and a variety of classes. We got the ‘Clockworks’ and ‘Heart of Christmas’ stamp sets and they also showed us sneak peaks of the Sale-a-bration products. They also supplied a very nice lunch, a great day was had by all, here are some photos from the day.