Workshops, Classes, Events

Tuesday, June 20th, 2017 - 7 pm Card Club - We will make two or three cards depending on the difficulty of the cards free with the commitment to spending $25 + shipping & tax each month. Members take turns being the "hostess", earning $25 in free product. Contact me to join the next session starting in the Fall!

Wednesday, June 28th - 6:30 pm Masculine Cards $15
You will be creating four masculine themed cards using a variety of paper collections and stamps.

Saturday, July 15th - 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Christmas In July! $35 Join us at the Woodville Community Hall for a little festive fun in the middle of summer! Create 12 Christmas cards for $35 Bring your lunch (there is a kitchen on-site equipped with fridge, microwave, etc.) and join us for a crafty day of fun! There may even be a few presents under the tree! We will provide muffins in the morning. Co-hosted by Tara Dominey - Stampin'Up demonstrator. Paid registration holds your seat, payment can be made by e-mail transfer (rozkelly@eastlink.ca ), cash or cheque. Check out the facebook event page for more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1640027559360511



Friday, December 18, 2009

2010 Layout Challenge

I am very excited to be participating in a challenge along with some of my fellow Close To My Heart consultants. We have committed to completing and posting on our blogs at least 120 layouts in 2010! We have all linked each others blogs so that we are accountable in completing this challenge. Please feel free to visit everyone's blog to see what they've created and leave a comment if you like!

Roz

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

National Paper Crafting Month

Happy Holidays everyone! I know we are all busy getting ready for the big day so I will keep this post brief, but I did want to let everyone know about Close To My Heart's upcoming promotion for National Paper Crafting Month. It starts December 15th and runs until January 31, 2010. Go to http://www.closetomyheart.com/ starting Dec. 15 to get all the details!

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Tri-Fold Shutter Card



This past weekend I attended a crop hosted by Lora Leigh Zurstegge (http://www.loraleighzurstegge.blogspot.com/) and taught the make 'n take to attendees. We had so much fun creating this card together and many of you requested printed instructions. I have tried to make them clear, but there are lots of tutorials out there as well.



Start with a 5 1/2" x 12" piece of cardstock. Score at 2", 4". 8", and 10" mark. Turn and make 2 cuts between the 2" and 10" scores, one at 1 1/2" from the top, the other at 1 1/2" from the bottom.

You need two different double-sided patterned papers. With the first, cut the following:

2 pieces 1 3/4" x 5 1/4"
1 piece 3 1/4" x 2 1/4"
4 pieces 1 1/4" x 1 3/4" (use reverse side)

With second piece cut the following:

1 piece 1 3/4" x 2 1/4"
2 pieces 1 1/4" x 3 3/4"

Ink edges of all pieces and adhere to cardstock base leaving one spot blank for your stamped images. It should be fairly easy to determine what pieces go where based on thier sizes. Lay all pieces on the card first to make sure you are placing in the correct spot. Use scrap cardstock to stamp images and attach to card, embellish as desired. Fold card so that completed size is 5 1/2" x 4 1/4" (standard size). The centers should cross in a "Z" pattern when you look at it from above.

Have fun creating these! Try joining them to make a larger display and attach photos. The sky is the limit!

Roz

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Simple Card and Layout






















I spent the day yesterday at a friends house scrapbooking......her husband cooked a fabulous lunch and supper for us, it was a fantastic day. But a request from another good friend of mine in Ontario prompted me to post some of my creations here. The layouts I created yesterday and the card is for a swap that I am participating in. Thanks for looking!


Sunday, November 8, 2009

My Very First Blog Post!

OK, I've finally succumbed and set up this blog to share artwork and ideas, list events I am holding or participating in, and to generally keep in touch with everyone! I am very excited and can't wait to get some photos uploaded. Like the title says, I am ALWAYS in my scrappin' room...just ask my family. They will readily admit that I spend most of my time here, but support me in my passion! I have been scrapbooking for about 7 years and I am still loving it! Cardmaking is my second love and a great way to use up my scrapbooking "leftovers". I look forward to sharing some of my layouts and cards with you!