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Thursday, 28 April 2011

May Promotions

Greetings to Everyone!
I trust you had a safe and happy Easter and you are ready for some stimulating new craft projects.
To help you get started, Kaszazz is offering some great promotions for May.
There are some fabulous bonuses for hosting an event, as well as some Customer bonuses which you must check out. [My favourites would have to be the two for the price of 1 Smooch, and the 2 for the price of 1 Design Adhesives.] Check out the sheets below. If you click on the individual fliers you will get an enlarged image; simply hit the back arrow to resume reading.
One promotion I didn't upload was a Customer bonus - for every $50 in your order Kaszazz will send out a free 2m roll of ribbon - chosen at random.
Happy reading ... and keep an eye out for the next post which will be advertising our next workshop.
This final promotion is for those interested in becoming a part of my team as a Consultant! Why not give me a call to discuss the possibility! It's fun, it's rewarding, and it is SO easy.

Tuesday, 12 April 2011


Well, here it is, our scrapbooking layout for Thursday 28th April - two sessions 1.30-3.30pm and 7.30-9.30pm.
Bookings to are essential!!
Using the Enchanted range of Kaszazz papers and your choice of words [cute just seemed to fit this one] you'll make this double page layout.
At $30 per person this is my final April Holiday Madness offer. This workshop usually costs $45 due to the range of embellishments used, so it's a gift at $30. If you missed out on the previous layout, you get another chance at using chipboard letters to enhance your projects. This particular layout lends itself really well  to display school or kinder photos either for yourself or as a gift.

Speaking of gifts, all new customers attending this workshop will also receive a product gift from Kaszazz with a RRP $9.95 simply by turning up and adding your name to our customer database.

Sunday, 10 April 2011

April Options

This Thursday 14th we'll be making these cards together; the workshop cost being $25.
It's a little hard to tell from the photos but each card has different bits and pieces added to it. The first card has been put through the Ezi-Press to emboss it, the second has been embossed using distress embossing powder, the third is a combination of stamping with embellishments and the fourth uses stamping and painting with the crayons.
On the night I will show you 3 other options for re-producing each of the cards using different colour combinations and stamping patterns. Bookings are essential, so if you'd like to join us but haven't confirmed, please email me today, Monday 11th.

Thursday, 7 April 2011

Using Chipboard Embellishments

Well done to those ladies who completed the Discover scrapbooking layout.

Did you ever think you could do so much with chipboard words, letters or numbers???
For those who couldn't make it check out the Kaszazz website under two hour projects, and in the online flier have a look at workshop 2H759 Discover Flourish. This layout uses chipboard words sponged with three different coloured inks and when dry topped with Glossy Accents.
Remember though you can emboss chipboard, you can colour with ink and top with crackle paint OR you can paint the letters with Smooch.
If you have done something different, why not share it with others through the comment option?

Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Cardmaking Surprise

Continuing with my Holiday Madness, I am offering two FREE Make and Take workshops during the day Thursday 14th April, as well as my regular workshop 7.30 - 9.30pm. Bookings for the Make and Takes would be helpful, and but are a must for the workshop.
I'll be running a  mystery card workshop in the evening using a huge range of papers, embellishments and embossing techniques. Registrations are essential so email me today at !
The cost is $25 and every guest will receive a take-home surprise as well!!
Don't forget ladies, EVERY technique we do on a card can be used on a scrapbooking layout, so don't dismiss the card workshops just because your main focus is scrapping.