Saturday, October 28, 2006


Another month has come and gone, where is the year going. Someone scared me ALOT and said that christmas is just 8 weeks away. 8 weeks how does that happen!! I had a quiet month, but I really needed it...: )

This weekend me and scrapanalia are off to a small retreat to set up. It should be fun, i might even get to scrap a little if i am really very lucky.

In stock
Fantastic tins, would make great OTP projects for christmas.

Why not think of yourself and get hold of this great tool. We are memory keepers crop-a-dile is a fantastic hole and eyelet setter. We have so far not found an eyelet we cant set, and myself and friends have really tried.

This month I worked with the very pretty crate paper range, as my daughter requested the page of her and her grandmother.

Instructions for the page - $5
Kit to complete page - $6 (plus postage) and this month when you purchase the kit you get the page instructions for free. The $6 kit contains papers, buttons, flowers, eyelets, a length of ribbon and chipboard label holder.
Other products you may like to purchase heidi swapp ghost letters, and rubons of your choice when these are purchased for the class you recieve a 5% discount.

When you purchase the class I will send you the instructions as soon as the payment is clear and products will be forwarded by post. The class will be held on the 25th november over msn, just let me know if you wish to join us and I will get your msn address.

This month we also have a second class avaliable. Especially focused in the giving theme that is about to be set upon us. We have a cute little paper gift bag and matching addressbook as well.

Instructions - $5
Kit - $8 and remember to add postage...and if you purchase the kit this month you get the instructions for free. The Kit contains everything to complete both projects to make a very affordable gift for someone. I will hold the online part of the class one the 18th nov, as above using msn.

Ok i will pop up the sample in the next post as blogger is having a little photo moment.

until december, enjoy your scrapping time


Chris Millar said...

These classes look excellent Jac! I totally love the little bag!

Jess said...

Hi Jacqui! Aren't those Crop-a-diles amazing! We were demonstrating them at Melbourne Paperific and sold out of all 32 that we had in stock and took orders for more. They even punch holes in wooden embellishments, CDs and metal!