Tuesday, February 2, 2010

What is a basic tool kit?

People often ask about what is in a basic scrapbooking kit.
Well here it is.

EKCP06 Paper Trimmer (I would recommend a Cutterpede by EK Success as they are easy to use and a high quality trimmer with excellent blades that do not need to be replaced often.)
4914 Bone Scorer
3026 Pencil
3028 Eraser
1708 Double sided tape 6mm
4654 Scissors (fine tip a good choice)
FRH-M Water brush medium
4208 Glossy Accents
2746 Glue Stick
1922 Ruler
1791 Black Gel pen
1916 White Gel Pen

All products can be ordered from me via email scraporders@adam.com.au
You can view the product catalogue at www.kaszazz.com

All orders over $100 receive 10% in free product of your choice.
Please remember to include this with your order.

Azure Clouds

This is the class for Friday 26th February 2010.

Cost : $25
Class Time: 2 hours.
Time : 11am and 7.30pm
Location : Blakeview

You will be using an eyelet setter, paper distresser and inking techniques.
Also you will learn how to heat emboss onto photos.
I have used 5"x7" photos and you will need to have these with you for the class. Portrait photos would be best but you can use landscape if you prefer.
Students will need to bring basic kits with them.
If you are new and do not have the tools yet discuss this with me and we can organise for you to loan tools.

Butterfly bling

This is the class for 29th January 2010.
It is a double page using bling card stock and water coloured butterflies.
Cost for the workshop is $25.
Time to complete 2 hours.


Well I am new to all of this but here it goes.

Hello everyone I would like to welcome you to my Blog.
My name is Samantha and I am a scrapbooking teacher and a bit of a craft-a-holic.
This blog will have lots of different scrapbooking ideas and information on classes.
I teach from home and can also come to you to teach a class.
I specialize in beginners but have classes for the advanced scrapper.
So let us begin...........