Workshops, Classes, Events

Thursday, August 17th 10:00 am - 4:30 pm Troop Card Day Join us for an hour or two, or stay for the whole day. Bring your lunch and we will spend the day creating cards to donate to the troops deployed overseas. There will be some paper available for use but please bring your own card bases, envelopes, embellishments and adhesives. You can also bring any of your own paper, dies, etc. that you may want to use.

Tuesday, August 22nd, 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!

Sunday, August 27th 1:00 - 4:00 pm Cricut 101 Dust off that Cricut and come learn the basics for operating your machine! Bring your Cricut and a laptop or tablet if you can (for doing necessary updates). Class fee $10

Saturday, October 21st 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Christmas Stamp-a-Stack with Roz & Tara We are going to change things up just a bit for this event! You will be making 20 cards - 2 each of 10 different designs, for $45. That's only $2.25 per card! Bring your lunch and we will provide a morning snack and coffee or tea. Location is the Melvern Square Hall on Bridge Street, just off Stronach Mountain Road. This event fills up very quickly so be sure to register with your payment to secure your seat!



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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Layouts 6-8 2012 Layout Challenge

OK, where the heck did the last month go???  Is it just me, or does time seem to go by faster as you get older?  And speaking of getting older, I will be another year older very soon so I thought that perhaps I should give away a little blog candy in celebration of my big day!  Interested??  Watch for a post in a day or two with the picture of the "candy".  For now, here are a few of the layouts I promised.   I have a really hard time using some of my patterned papers, in particular the map and also the die cut paper.  I struggle with how to cut them up and use them, without loosing the "look" of the paper that I love so much.  These three layouts were from a road trip we took a couple of years ago from Winnipeg to Ontario and back again and I couldn't seem to get them done because I wanted to use these papers but couldn't commit to how I would use them.  I finally just did them.  I like the top and bottom ones, not so happy with the middle one. 


  Done, like dinner! 

6 comments:

  1. The last one is my favorite! Is that a real map? They are all great!

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  2. Thanks gals! Jenn, it isn't a real map...12x12 paper that I picked up a couple of years ago...may have been Little Yellow Bicycle but I'm not sure.

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  3. Great layouts Roz!! I actually like the middle one the best!! I like how it is laid out (:

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  4. Yeah, time does fly by faster the older we get! Ailis keeps talking about how she can't wait to be a teenager, and I keep cringing and telling her, "Noooooooo!" Love your layouts, I think all of them look great and all three work well together, too! Off to comment on your candy post, hugs, Roxy.

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  5. I like all of them. I really like what you did with the first one. Using patterned paper is my biggest challenge!

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