Saturday, February 26, 2011

Lost Mojo!

Hi! I have that dreaded Lost Mojo disease at the moment - so rather then not craft - I decided to do up some Kaszazz Workshop Samples that I am hoping to teach this year.

2H738 - Ezy-Press Girlfriends Cards
Created by: Cheryl Devlin
Workshop Cost: $20

2H755- Ezy-Press Memories 12 x 12 Layout
Created by: Cheryl Devlin
Workshop Cost: $25

Both of these workshops feature the Kaszazz Bellish Ezy-Press, as well as stamping and ink blending.
If you are in the Coffs Harbour Area - I am happy to teach either of these workshops in the comfort of your own home (min 4 people).
Contact me at for more details.

EDIT 27/2/11 - I should probably point out for those that have never attended a Kaszazz workshop before - the cost of the workshop includes everything you need to complete that workshop including printed instructions. The only thing you need to provide is yourself and a basic tool kit (if you have one) consisiting of a 12" trimmer, scissors, pencil, ruler and rubber!

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Create A Critter - Cricut Cartridge

Hi Everybody,  I have been really busy playing with my Create A Critter Cricut Cartridge that I got for Christmas during the last couple of days and wanted to share a couple of my creations with you all. Enjoy!

I had these cards roughly planned out in my head ever since I knew I was getting this cartridge.  I had just been waiting for some really nice asian inspired background paper which I finally found at The Scrapbook Bug.

Charlotte has claimed this one for her birthday and promptly reminded me that she was still waiting for this years even though it was a month ago!

I made this one for my dear friend Carolyn, as she is currently moving into her new house.

Michelle's Birthday Card!


My dear friend Michelle had her birthday on Valentine's Day and didn't tell me until late last week. So this card is currently zooming its way to her house as you read - but I am really proud of how it turned out and am busting to share it all with you.

Almost 100% Kaszazz with the exception of the two smaller brads in the flowers and I also used my Cricut to cut the leaves from some green bazzill. The card base is also from the retired Castaway Paper Pack. 
I particularly love the look of the stamp I used to stamp around the border - I had never done a stamped background before. 
Let me know what you think of it?

Cricut Dust Covers - More samples!

Hi everyone, I just wanted to share some more samples of the Cricut Dust Covers that I make and sell.
They have are proving to be very popular and I am sure my poor old sewing machine growls every time I sit down to make another one.

Teddies and Friends - Only 1 more available.

Blue/Green Tartan - This is proving to be my best seller so far!

A sample sheet of all the fabrics that I have available.

If anybody is interested in purchasing a Cricut Dust Cover for $10 (inc postage), you can contact me at for more details.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Kaszazz Consultant Blogs

Do you know of a Kaszazz consultant that has a Blog and is not currently on My Blog List????? (Featured on the left hand side)
Either leave their details as a comment below or email me at so I can add them to my list.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

4WD Birthday Card!

I can't believe that my baby brother is about to turn 17 this Friday!
Anyway, I made him this card once again out of my stash basket.
I do know that the diecuts were from Kaszazz way back when I first joined up and they were then known as Crafty Kids! I am happy with how the card turned out and I am loving this distressing and then inking technique.

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Happy Valentine's Day!

Hi All, Just wanted to say a quick Happy Valentines Day for tomorrow.
I have been busy yesterday and today making some cute and simple Valentines for my two little one's to give out at School and Playgroup tomorrow.

These are for Will to give out - simple Cricut cut hearts with a Happy Valentine's Day sentiment on the front and a red lollipop on the back. 

These lollipop hearts are for Charlotte to give to the students at her new school - they are only very simple - but considering I made 40 of them, they were no small feat.

And finally these were the cute little treat boxes I made for Charlotte to give to her teachers and bus driver.  They are filled with Minties, as I am having trouble with chocolate melting so quick in all of this heat.

Thanks for stopping by and checking out my blog.  Cheers Kel xxxxx

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Cards for my Sister

I am very blessed, as I get on really well with my sister, despite our 15 year age gap.
But.... some times she can be a major pain in the rear, like lately she has been reminding me that I haven't made her a card for ages - which is true! - I have just been so busy in my own world for the last 6 months that nobody got cards. 

 So, I have decided to bombard her with the 5 I owe her! The beauty about these cards too - is the fact that I was able to make them all out of my scrap paper box - as I can't find which packing box all my Kaszazz paper was safely put into.

This one says.... Best of Cluck! on the inside and wishes her good luck for her HSC exams!
I used my Create A Critter Cricut Cart for this one.

Card Number Two - was her 18th Birthday Card and made in Black/White and Hot Pink. Stunning card - but I forgot to take a photo before I put this one in the mail.  Sorry.

Even as I type I am still shocked that my Lil Sis got into Uni.  So hence a Congratulations card. I used the Beyond Birthdays Cricut Cartridge for the saying.

This card was to say Congratulations for getting her "P" Drivers Licence. Once again the Beyond Birthdays Cricut Cartridge was used.  The sunnies at the bottom is actually a button that I found on the floor.

And finally a baby girl card - for her new addition - her CAR!!!!!!!
I thought I would be a bit clever here and use the baby word background stamp from Kaszazz with some pearl embossing powder only to later discover that I have no idea where my heat gun has gone - so the embossing was done over our toaster - I have never done this before - but it actually works!

Anyway, I know these cards are super simple and not really my style at all - but I get all excited to sit down and create and then I get a huge mental block.  I am blaming all this over the top hot Coffs heat. Hubbie tells me that it is supposed to rain tonight, fingers crossed.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Tree of Life Card Class

Hi All,  I  just wanted to quickly show you all what I did earlier today - I attented a card class at The Scrapbook Bug store at Coffs.  It was great to meet so many crafty ladies and also I learnt a few new ideas that I can't wait to apply to some of the card ideas floating up in my head.  Hope you are all having a great day.