Monday, March 18, 2019

Live Laugh and Be Fantastic- By Leanne Nankervis


Hi Everyone!
Leanne here to share another project with you today, using wonderful chipboard pieces from Memory Maze Lasercuts.
Today I'm sharing a layout of my best friend Jenny and I, I flew up to Queensland to see her for her birthday. Well what a surprise! she wasn't expecting me to be there on her door step, so here are some snappy pictures of our night out for her birthday. And believe me we took so many more photos in the few days I was there for a visit. It had been 5 years since we last had a good catch up! lots of laughs to be had.

Layout
Live Laugh and be Fantastic 

I used part of the scribble from Memory Maze, which I painted in black gesso and featured it behind my photo.
Lindas scribble with butterflies dragonflies and birds sold indi




I have used the Memory Maze title Live, Laugh, and be Fantastic. I painted the title with black gesso and used two colours of Finnabairs waxes on the title.
Live Laugh and be fantastic 107 x 66 mm  can be cut in Chipboard
Thanks for Stopping by the blog today!
Don't forget to stop by the store at www.memorymaze.com.au/

Leanne Nankervis Design Team Member 2019
Cheers! x



Monday, March 11, 2019

Altered planner-By Leanne Nankervis


Hi Everyone!
Leanne here to share another project with you today, using products from Memory Maze Lasercuts.
Today I'm sharing a planner, which I altered and made extra pockets for and embellished. I used some chipboard embellishments from Memory Maze, to personalize my planner. Memory Maze stocks lots of things you can personalize in your planners, small chipboard word packs, all types of chipboard elements. They stock shabby flowers as well which you can make your own flower dangles for your planners.

Planner

 Flower dangle I made and beaded

Close up of planner opened

Inside cover of planner using Kaisercraft Blessed Collection

I used one of the wire butterflies and some small chipboard hearts, from Memory Maze. I embossed them using Lindys two toned embossing powders. 

Another butterfly I used on another page.

 Close up of pages , I covered all the tab pages, using Kaisercraft Blessed collection.

More altered pages 

I used some of the word greeting packs, which I embossed using Lindys embossing powders. Word greeting packs are great for personalizing your planners.

Memory Maze Supplies Used:

card sentiments 1

Wire butterflies 100 x 120  min buy 3


Thanks for stopping by the blog today!
Stop by the store for all your Memory Maze Lasercut products.

Leanne Nankervis Design Team Member 2019


Saturday, March 9, 2019

'Learn' with Sarah

Hello crafty friends, Sarah here with another project in my Travelers Notebook. Following on from my blog post on the 2 March 2019, here is another layout idea using the mixed media paper I created and Memory Maze wooden circles. These photos were taken on my youngest son's first day of school. Let's take a look...
This layout is created in my A5 Travelers Notebook from The Travelers Notebook online. I just love this size - it's big enough for a 4x6 photo on either side with room to spare. For this project I used the wooden nested circles and backed them with the mixed media paper I created using Memory Maze stencils and stamps. Check out my previous blog post to see this tutorial.
I splattered black paint on the background before adhering down the photos. The photos were backed with book paper, black cardstock and layered with some Project Life cards. I used the Ali Edwards 'Learn' kit for those green circle stickers and 'Learn' acrylic word.
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.

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

More Chipboard and stencil designs from Memory Maze

Hello crafty friends, we are here today to show case some more of the newest designs to Memory Maze. The latest releases from Memory Maze can be found on the website by clicking here.
First up in this new stencils design - it is available in an A5 or larger A4 size. It is fabulous for any paper crafting layouts, art journal pages or off the page projects.
This 'Love you to the Moon and back' chipboard frame measures 300mm x 300mm and is a delightful addition to any of your memory keeping. Design team member Jason used this on a project earlier in February, so scroll back through the blog and take a look at this.
This set of 2019 chipboard pieces in 120mm x 160mm in size. Great for titles, cards, album headers and pocket memory keeping.
This 'Bad to the Bone' A4 chipboard set is delightful. With many aspects that can be used on prohects, be sure to order yours today! 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.

Saturday, March 2, 2019

First Day with Sarah

Hello crafty friends, Sarah here with you today with a Travelers Notebook layout using the handmade paper from my 'mixed media bckgrounds' blog post on the 17 February 2019. Be sure to check that out if you haven't seen how I made that yet. Let's take a look...
For my youngest son's first day of school, of course I took a myriad of photos! My older son is not so keen on classroom pics anymore (apparently he is too mature for that now) so I wanted to capture this special first day of school for this little man. The perfect way to do this was in the A5 Travelers Notebook (TN) from The Travelers Notebook online. I plan to capture my memories this year by using a TN with key stories / photos in it each month.

The Memory Maze pocket pieces are perfect for this! If you havent heard of the Pocket Piece collection, this is a series of acrylic pieces designed to be used together for memory keeping particular topics of interest - this one being a focus on school / education. This layout showcases the gorgeous "First Day" acrylic piece in the shape of a red apple.
This acrylic piece, and many more, can be found on the Memory Maze website here. The background paper I made using a variety of stencils and stamps was cut and adhered to the pages of the TN. The photos were backed using book paper and black cardstock. The circle stickers were from the Ali Edwards 'Learn' kit. I loved how the green stickers complimented the colours in the background paint colours. Lastly, I adhered the acrylic piece using Helmar Quick Dry glue.
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, March 1, 2019

Wedding card by Candy

Hi everyone Candy Here
Today I have created a stunning Wedding card.
Using some of the chipboard pieces available from
Memory Maze
I also made a box to go with the card but my camera had a miss fit and
I dont know why...


Instructions
1. Using a 6 x6 inch card base. Mine was blue
2. Cut a piece of white cardsock at 5 7/8 x 5 7/8 inches and the embossed piece paper at 5 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches
3. Tape both of these to your card front.
4. Add a piece of netting over the embossed paper, this calmed down the colour a bit.
5. I cut the oval die from some of the blue card and aslso one from white card
6. Glue the fancy oval first , then the middle blue oval to the centre. Then add the white lattice over the blue
7. Glue on the flowers, pearl sprays etc onto your card.
8. Paint the wedding couple and the Congratulation word with white paint or gesso, while this is wet sprinkle with clear glitter and let dry. Add these to he front of your card also Liquid pearls around both oval pieces.

Memory Maze products used






The card sentiments and the small frame I used on the box front.

Other Products
Blue 6x6 inch card base, white cardstock
Embossed paper, Paper Rose Victorian oval lattice frame die
Assorted flowers, Prima crystal swirls
Mini pearl sprays, Clear glitter
White gesso or paint

Thank you for visiting
Candy Chelepy
2019 Design team




Thursday, February 28, 2019

New Frame Designs by Memory Maze

Hello crafty friends, today we have some exciting new designs to share with you from our Chipboard frames range. All of the Memory Maze products can be found online at http://www.memorymaze.com/. Let's take a look, but first here is a layout using the Multi Heart frame by Memory Maze designer and owner Sally McIntyre. Isn't it just devine!
This is the Lots of Hearts frame which measures 300mm x 300mm in size. For a closer look, click here
This is the Round Frame Flower chipboard piece and is 300mm x 300mm. For a closer look, click here
This is the Star Multi frame, measuring at 162mm x 178mm. Take a close look by clcking here.
This is the Multi Heart frame which measures 300mm x 300mm in size. For a closer look, click here.
This is the Heart Scribble frames, measuring at 180mm x 173mm. For a closer look, click 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.