Author Archives: Paula Reid

Colour Inkspiration – CI015

By | August 13, 2017

Hi there We’ve just had the most spectacular thunder and lightning show here in Auckland.  I don’t think I’ve heard thunder that loud before – it felt like the whole house was rumbling! Yesterday I was a busy beaver making 20 cards for our team training swap next weekend – unfortunately you’ll have to wait… Read More »

July Card Class Projects

By | July 29, 2017

Hi there It’s been a beautiful day here in Auckland – cold but blue skies and the sun has been shining down on us.  It’s meant to get down to 3 degrees tonight which is pretty cold for Auckland so I think I’ll be putting another layer on the bed. This months cards feature new products… Read More »

Happy 21st Birthday

By | July 18, 2017

Hi there I’m getting my priorities right tonight – blog first then clean the craft space so I can create more projects (and mess) 🙂 Last month my youngest niece turned 21 :).  I remember the day she was born – I was living in London and received a call from my brother late at night… Read More »

Crafting Forever

By | July 12, 2017

Hi there Sorry for the ‘break in transmission’ but I’ve been having major technical issues with my blog.  I’m hoping we’ve managed to get it finally sorted. Last month I was fortunate enough to receive a lovely card from a fellow demo. It uses the new Angel Policy stamp set – Crafting Forever – and… Read More »

Ribbon of Courage – team swaps

By | June 1, 2017

Hi there It’s finally here 🙂  The new Stampin’ Up! 2017-2018 Annual Catalogue is now live.  It’s filled with lots of new products and some of your favourites have returned too.  If you need a copy of the catalogue please contact me and I’ll send you one. Last month at our team training we did… Read More »

Guy Greetings – Happy Birthday

By | May 31, 2017

Hi there Last Friday was my husbands birthday (it was also my birthday – yes we share the same day but different years).  For ages I’ve resisted buying the Guy Greetings stamp set – I just can’t get past the image of the old fashioned boxer – but I finally succumbed to purchasing it.  I… Read More »