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April Class in the Mail – On the Horizon Sampler

This month’s Class in the Mail is the first of it’s type I’ve offered as a class and I know you are going to love it. In this class, you will make a 12″x12″ sample with the New Horizons Designer Series Paper providing a scenic background.

This beautiful piece of artwork will look great hanging in a shadow box frame or you could even gift it to anyone. My one has already been claimed by my partner Adrian!

April 2022 Class in the Mail, On the Horizon Sampler, Stampin' Up!, SU, Kit class, Craft Kit

Your kit will include

  • 1/2 pack New Horizons Designer Series Paper
  • Full Pack Pebbles Enamels Shapes
  • Full Pack Loose Flower Flourishes
  • All additional die cut pieces
  • Cardstock
  • PDF tutorial

The PDF tutorial will come with full cutting guide, measurements, instructions and photographs.

Kit price (pick up from Blind Bight) – $50

Kit price (mail out anywhere in Australia) – $65.75

You will require some Basic Papercrafting Tools to complete your projects including a paper trimmer, die cutting machine and Clear Blocks c,g and h. To create the sampler as designed, you will also require the following products.

  • On the Horizon Bundle
  • Soft Suede Ink Pad
  • Old Olive Ink Pad
  • Tuxedo Black Ink Pad

Add on products to the value of $90 or more and receive a tutorial bundle with 35 free tutorials from Stampin’ Up! demonstrators around the world.
Any additional items included in your order may incur extra postage costs.

PDF tutorial is available for $16

(Tutorial will be emailed by 25th April)

REGISTRATIONS CLOSE 24TH APRIL

Orders will be placed 25th April and kits mailed out upon receipt of product by tracked shipping (or pick up).

I look forward to sharing this sampler kit with you. I’ve had so much fun creating it and would love for you to enjoy it too.

My Gifted Stars Team Members receive all my tutorials free. Enjoy being part of a fun community and join us. I would love for you to be part of it.

All orders receive a handmade card and PDF tutorial. Orders over $90 receive a Tutorial Bundle for the month with 36 tutorials.

Please use Host Code for all orders under $250. If your order is over $250 then don’t use the Host Code as you will get your own Stampin’ Rewards.

If your order exceeds $169 then our Starter Kit gives you your choice of $235 worth of products for only $169 with free shipping and an ongoing 20-25% discount.

HOW TO ORDER

Orders can be placed online or by contacting me on Ph: 0404 255 001 or email: rochelle@stampingflair.com

Stamping Inkspirations Blog Hop – Easter

Hi,

Thank you for stopping by my blog, Stamping Flair today. I’m an independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrator in Melbourne, Australia. Our theme this month is Easter or spring. I’ve opted for the Easter part but it could easily pass for a spring project.

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I haven’t got many of the current Easter stamps so I thought I’d go for a 3D project. You know all that time we spend on Pinterest? I found this really cute basket tutorial from Rachel at The Little Blue Room. There are so many baskets that can be made but I just found this one a little bit different and it is so easy to make.

I’ve used the beautiful Subtles range of Designer Series Paper as it had just the right colours for my Easter baskets.

How to Make the Basket

  • Start with a 6″ x 6″ piece of paper
  • Score on all sides at 2″ and burnish the score lines
  • Cut up the centre score lines (as shown in image)
  • Mark the 1″ point of the centre side panels with a pencil (halfway mark of the section that has been cut). Now cut from this point to the corners to form the triangles on both ends.
  • Cut the other 4 sections into 3 equal parts (as close as you can get)
  • Take a 1/4″ off sections 2 and 3, counting from the outer end
  • To assemble – Take the longest strips and glue together. Then glue the second row and third row.
  • Finally glue the triangle over it.
  • Die cut a circle from the Tasteful labels dies, fold in half and adhere over the centre
  • Cut a 2, 1/2″x6″ strips of cardstock. Use a bone folder to curve it then adhere to basket.

I used a sponge dauber to ink the edges of the paper in the coordinating ink colour which added extra depth. The small blooms were punched out from the Rainbow Glimmer Paper which offered me every colour I needed for my baskets.

I hope you have enjoyed this fun project and please let me know if you give it a try. Click on the Next blog button to view the beautiful work of Lisa Mackey.

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Angie McKenzie  ●  Mikaela Titheridge  ●  Alejandra Gomez

Leonie Stuart  ●  Danielle Kassing  ●  Annette Ball

Vicki Milyard  ●  Aurélie Fabre  ●  Kristie Wilson

Mo Rootes  ●  Gez Carpenter  ●  Terry Hamilton

Deb Macdowell  ●  Narelle Fasulo  ●  Karen Henderson

  Jill Chapman  ●  Melissa Faust  ●  Susan Webster

Anne Marie Hile  ●  Chris Smith  ●  JoAnn Pollock

Cheryl Hamilton  ●  Tricia Butts  ●  Teri West

Susan Simpson  ●  Rochelle Laird-Smith (you are here) ●  Lisa Mackey

Libby Fens  ●  Ann Krucek  ●  Jan Musselman

Shel Anderson  ●  Sue Allen  ●  Jo Blackman

New catalogues will be sent out in April. If you live in Australia and currently don’t have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator and would like a copy of the latest catalogue, please click on the link below to complete your details.

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aWow Blog Hop – 3d Project

Hello!

Welcome to the March Around the World on Wednesday Blog Hop. You may be visiting me after stopping by Leonie Stuart’s site and seeing her beautiful project or a regular subscriber to my blog. Whatever the case, I am so glad you are here to take a look at what I’ve made.

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Cardmaking comes naturally to me. 3D projects I do have to think a bit more for as it’s not something I create regularly. What to create for this hop was a challenge. Pinterest always provides inspiration. After scouring through Easter baskets, I decided on a box!

This is no ordinary box.

It’s a cute stationery box which I couldn’t resist as I just love stationery.

I started by following a tutorial from StampARTic but I changed and added things as I went. I’ve had lots of fun creating everything to go in it as well.

It’s filled with a note pad, note cards, gift tags, regular sized cards and a little pocket for stamps (make a card, send a card!). You could even put a pen in one of those pockets.

Regular sized cards and gift tags

Note cards

I will get the measurements out for this early next week and my newsletter next week will be having a PDF for this project.

Thank you for stopping by my blog. I hope you have enjoyed this fun project and look forward to you visiting back here soon.

Next on our hop is Cheryll Miller. Please click on the Next button to see her lovely creation.

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Jan Clothier – NZ

Leonie Stuart – AU

Rochelle Laird-Smith – AU (you are here)

Cheryll Miller – AU

Melissa Gifford – AU

Danielle Kassing – NL

Satomi Wellard

Ximena Morales – DE

Aurélie Fabre – FR

Mikaela Titheridge – UK

Annette Ball – CA

Angie McKenzie – US

Wendy Lee – US

Shel Anderson – CA

Chris Smith – US

Anne Marie Hile – US

Brenda Nelson – CA

Tricia Butts – US

Elaine de Montmorency – CA

Sharon Hashimoto Burkert – US

Teri West – US

Cheryl Hamilton – US

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If you live in Australia and currently don’t have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, I would value the opportunity to help you with your crafting needs. I can be contacted on Ph: 0404 255 001 or email rochelle@stampingflair.com

March Class in the Mail features the Butterfly Bouquet products. Get it FREE with a product purchase. Find more details and book here.

Butterfly Bouquet Class in the Mail, Online Class, Cardmaking Kit, Stampin' Up!, SU
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Ink.Stamp.Share Blog Hop – Christmas Tree Decorations

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Hi friend, Welcome to the November Ink. Stamp. Share Blog Hop. I’m so glad I’ve got this blog hop as I’ve been in a bit of a crafting rut this past week and this has forced me to get on the job! It’s a little bit different today as we are sharing handmade Christmas tree decorations with you. Being in a craft rut and trying to come up with something different was a challenge.

Gold hoops were going to be my featured product and my decorations evolved from this. This was then combined with the beautiful Gilded Autumn Designer Series Paper to create these cute ornaments which could also double up as gift tags.

Each one has an embossed panel and I’ve used various punches and dies for the main image. The hoops were added with glue dots.

I love the layered ribbons with the lace trim adding a vintage look to these charming ornaments. I think I’ll be making a few more of these to gift to some work colleagues as I really enjoyed making them and they were really easy to make.

If you would like to give these decorations a try, I’ve got a complete list of products at the end of this post.

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Thank you for stopping by Stamping Flair in Melbourne today and I hope you enjoy all the projects that you see as you visit everyone in our blog hop.

Click on the Next button to see Tricia Butt’s lovely creations.

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Alison Carter

Sue McDonald

Kim Price

Stacey Marsh

Karen Egan

Jo Blackman

Rochelle Laird-Smithyou are here

Tricia Butts

Tracie St-Louis

Gez Carpenter

Cindy Mitchell-Clark

Susan Simpson

Mo Rootes

Jill Chapman

Annette Elias

Libby Fens

If you live in Australia and currently don’t have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, I would value the opportunity to help you with your crafting needs. I can be contacted on Ph: 0404 255 001 or email rochelle@stampingflair.com

All orders placed receive a handmade card and PDF tutorial for the month. Orders over $90 also qualify for a Sale-A-Bration reward until 16th March.

All orders receive a handmade card and PDF tutorial. Orders over $90 receive a Tutorial Bundle for the month with 36 tutorials.

Please use Host Code for all orders under $250. If your order is over $250 then don’t use the Host Code as you will get your own Stampin’ Rewards.

If your order exceeds $169 then our Starter Kit gives you your choice of $235 worth of products for only $169 with free shipping and an ongoing 20-25% discount.

HOW TO ORDER

Orders can be placed online or by contacting me on Ph: 0404 255 001 or email: rochelle@stampingflair.com

Orders can be placed online or by contacting me on Ph: 0404 255 001 or Email: rochelle@stampingflair.com

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Stampin’ Dreams Blog Hop – 3D Project

Hi friends,

Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop July Designer Series Paper

I appreciate you stopping by my blog, Stamping Flair and taking the time to have a look at my project. Today I’m blog hopping with fellow Stampin’ Up! demonstrators and we are showcasing 3D projects using Stampin’ Up! products. My project involves no stamping at all.

I have created a very simple, yet fun wreath using the Wrapped in Plaid Designer Series Paper.

Wrapped in Plaid paper used to make a Christmas Wreath

To create the wreath, cut up your paper into 3″ squares. Then add a strip of Tear and Tape to one side. Roll up the square from the opposite side so the tape joins it together to form the cone. Create as many as required to form your circles. You can vary which patterns you would like to use as well.

How to make a paper wreath using Stampin' Up! DSP

Then attach this to your frame using hot glue. I tend to get myself in a mess with hot glue so I kept it to a minimum and it stayed attached without a problem. I got this frame from Spotlight and it came with a cord for hanging. For the centre, I took a doily, cut it in half, roughly pleated it and attached it with hot glue. 

Easy to make handmade wreath for Christmas

For more 3D inspiration, make sure you follow the hop all the way through. Below is a list of participants. 

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