Tuesday, January 22, 2019

2018 Planner Page with Sarah

Hello crafty friends, Sarah here again to show you another use for your Memory Maze acrylic pieces. I just LOVE the 2018 design of the acrylic pieces - I think I have one in every colour! Take a look at this planner page I created using a black one.
I am in the process of completing my 2018 Memory Planner and felt I needed to alter some of the month divider pages. January was no exception and besides that it had snowflakes on the background, it is the first page you see as you open the book. I covered the page with white gesso, leaving some of the background designs to be seen. Using some Dina Wakley paints, I painted some opposing corners in colours to match my youngest son's outfit.

I layerered some pocket cards under the corners of the 5x7 inch photo. I used black and white for these and also the sticker adhered to the edge of the photo. The round details chipboard piece is from Ali Edwards and the 'Here and Now' sticker is from a Happy Planner sticker book in my stash.
Lastly I adhered the 201 black acrylic piece from Memory Maze and I love the simplicity and ease of how this page came together. The range of acrylic pieces can be found online here. If you are interested in any of the Memory Maze products, be sure to contact your local craft store or Memory Maze for your local stockist where we can place our local sales reps in contact with them.

Monday, January 21, 2019

Altered Book-By Leanne Nankervis


Hi Everyone!
Leanne here to share a project with you today, using wonderful chipboard products from Memory Maze.

Altered Book

Today I'm sharing and old book which I have altered, I have used lots of Memory Maze Chipboard on this book cover. Finnabairs metallic paints, waxes and rust pastes, and a old book, prima artifacts and some metals.


I have used lots of different chipboard from memory Maze to create this cover, firstly I painted the old book with black Gesso. I then arranged my design in layers, painting with black gesso in between, to have good coverage of my chipboard. I then used Finnabair metallic paints, in several colours adding the layers, until I had the desired effect. I wanted the grunge steampunk loook I added some metals and artifacts, and finishing off with waxes and rust pastes.


I'm going to use this book as journal art book, at the moment its art piece on my coffee table.

Memory Maze products used:


12 x 12 all there is is cogs, cogs for everything








Thanks for stopping by the blog today!
Don't forget to stop by the store at http://www.memorymaze.com/index.php
Leanne Nankervis Design Team Member 2019

Leanne Nankervis


Sunday, January 20, 2019

Just for you with Candy

Hi everyone I am up again with another tutorial
using Memory Maze products.
Today I have made a 6x6 inch card for you


Firstly start with your 6x6 inch card base, I have used white for this.
Cut your pattern paper at 5 7/8 x 5 7/8 inches
and tape to your card base.
 Then cut a second pattern paper at 5 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches. 
Now with the second paper tear approx a 4 inch strip off the right hand side.
Curl the torn edge and tape to the left side of your card base.
Cut the smaller piece at 5 5/8 inches length wise.
Curl the torn edge and tape to the left side as well.

Paint all your chipboard pieces and while they are drying 
cut a piece of the white glitter paper to fit inside the oval chipboard. 
I turned my glitter paper over and traced the oval with a pencil then
cut it out making a little bigger so I could glue to the back of the oval frame.

Cover the oval frame, butterflies both metal and chipboard with the
shabby white embossing powder.
Cut the end parts of the spring arrives flower and swirl piece.
And cover the three pieces with the gold embossing powder, also the word phrase.

Using foam tape under the oval frame tape to the front of your card.
Then add the 2 small scroll pieces to each side of the frame.
Then slide the larger piece under the curled paper.
Add your flowers , pearls and butterflies to your card.
Then go around the inner edge of the oval frame using the white liquid pearls.
Also add a little in the centres of the small gold flowers.


Memory Maze products







Other Products

6x6 inch card base
Pattern paper, assorted flowers, metal butterfly
White glitter paper, Pearl embellishments,
White gesso or paint
Versamark
Stampedous shabby white embossing enamel
Ranger Ancient princess gold embossing enamel
Liquid pearls
Cutter and scissors, double sided tape and foam tape.

Thank you for visiting
Candy Chelepy
2019 Design Team






Saturday, January 19, 2019

Acrylic mini pieces...now available with Memory Maze!

Hello crafty friends, have you seen the new mini acrylic pieces available from Memory Maze? Take a look here...
We have a range of acrylic mini pieces that are ideal for brooches or earrings. Make your own jewellery or alternatively, use the pieces to embellish your scrapbook pages, pocket page spreads, mixed media or off the page projects. The acrylic is a beautiful 3mm thickness and just perfect for any project.
The range of products can be found online here. The brooch sized pieces come in packets of 4 and the earrings in a packet of 10. The range of the acrylic colours include white, black, red, hot pink, yellow, blue, green and purple. Pieces are also be available in wood veneer. The options are available for selection online. Here are some of the colour range....so pretty!
If you are interested in any of the Memory Maze products, be sure to contact your local craft store or Memory Maze for your local stockist where we can place our local sales reps in contact with them.

Friday, January 18, 2019

Birthday Canvas

Welcome to my Memory Maze blog post. Today I am sharing a canvas.

Canvas 

For the background I used a Memory Maze heart stencil with gesso then let it dry and sprayed with Dylusion sprays.

For coverage on the happy birthday Amy chipboard pieces, I used Dina Wakley Lemon and Ruby paints.

For the chicken wire I used Dina Wakley's Umber and White mixed together.

For the chickens, I used Dina Wakley Lime and White together.

For the horses I used Dina Wakley's Umber and White mixed together.



I used the following Memory Maze products;








Thank you for checking out my Memory Maze post
Jason Anesbury 2019 Memory Maze Design team member. 

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Wild & Free

Good Morning it's Mez again. Can you believe it is the middle of January already?
My layout this time is Kaisercraft again backed on white cardstock. I used Memory Maze stencil Coral, with multiple colours to match the top, I then used the left over chipboard from my last layout, inked them in Teal. I also used some collectables pieces.
Hope you like it.
If you would like any of the Memory Maze products ask your local Craft shop to stock our items. Follow the link to look at our new items http://www.memorymaze.com.au/.
Grab a cooffe because there are a lot of items. We can also customise for special events.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

New Dreamer Chipboard Kit from Memory Maze

Hello crafty friends, just a reminder to keep an eye out on our website for the new product designs joining us throughout the month. Today we show you our new Dreamer kit.
The kit, as comes with the two items pictured below as well as a stencil. This is an ideal kit for retreats, classes with a particular theme or a great way to build upon the range of items for your store or online business. Let's take a closer look;
This chipboard piece is 120x160mm and comes in the high quality chipboard you can be sure of with Memory Maze.
This piece, Birds and Branches comes in a fantastic A4 size and is great value for money. They can all be purchased online here. If you are interested in any of the Memory Maze products, be sure to contact your local craft store or Memory Maze for your local stockist where we can place our local sales reps in contact with them.