Monday, October 15, 2018

Spooky-By Leanne Nankervis


Hi Everyone!
Leanne here to share another layout with you today, using Memory Maze chipboard products.

Spooky!

Seeing its October the month of Halloween, thought I would share another spooky layout with you today, of my daughter and her friends. Having a little fun trick a treating for Halloween, I used one of the Halloween themed round pieces from Memory Maze for this page.


I painted the chipboard piece in black paint, I then coloured it up with distress paints and mixed media inks. Along with some textured background stamps, I also used some of Finnabairs Rust pastes and embellished the page with some muslin and flowers to finish off the page.


Memory Maze supplies used:



halloween circles 12 x 12 witch tree scary,halloween,spider,web,







Thanks for visiting the blog today!

Leanne Nankervis
Design Team Member 2018



Friday, October 12, 2018

All the Boys

Good Morning, this is Mez sharing again. This time a layout using some left over paper stash - we all have a stash laying around and this is a great way to use it up!

I also used a Memory Maze chipboard title and chipboard cogs painted with Matisse Brass then clear embossed. The products used on this layout can be found online at Memory Maze by clicking here.

Enjoy and have a great weekend.


Tuesday, October 9, 2018

B Fearlessly Authentic by Suzanne Franin



Hey Everyone Suzanne here

I started to do 5D Diamond Paintings and thought I'd like to put one in a frame and use a bit of mixed media with it
So for this Memory Maze Blog post this time I used another owl LOL what can I say I'm a bit obsessed with them   
With all the Memory Maze products I used silver leaf


I stared by adding a paper frame around the canvas 5D diamond Painting (which wasn't easy just saying)


I then used Mini No 5 Wire Stencil with texture paste once it dried I used Colour Blast Colour Shimmer Dusts in Lollipop, Sunshine and Peacock


Here you can see both the Wrought Iron 40 with the silver leaf which I glued with the Helmar Tacky Craft Glue 


Which I also did on Heart from the Globes and the B Fearlessly Authentic
Under neath the heart I used some Charms Creations hearts from two different packs and a paper clay piece that my mum made for me  




Here you can see some Petal flowers I've had for ever and thought this would be a perfect project to use them on 
I also used some metal that I've had in my stash 
The little bottles are filled with extra beads from other 5D Diamond Paintings I've done
And you can see the Super Pinned Bling there how pretty is it 
I also love flair buttons and am getting quite a collection and now thanks too It's and Bits Craft Supplies I've found a whole lot more to add to my collecion


This gorgeous tree of life was from a friends store that was a broken item she had
She thought of me which I'm so thankful for because it's so pretty and was perfect for this project



Memory Maze Products I used






Thank you for visiting and I hope you come back soon x

Saturday, October 6, 2018

Alcohol ink sentiment cards with Sarah

Hello crafty friends, I have a fun project for you today using alcohol inks to make cards with the gorgeous chipboard sentiments from Memory Maze.
I pulled out some Ranger gloss paper and some of my alcohol inks. This was the first time I have used them (been meaning to for some time) and thought I'd give it a go. There is a short video on my Facebook Page if you'd like to see all the background pages I made. Here are the cards I made with two sheets today;
The colours of the Ranger - Tim Holtz inks I used were Dandelion, Mermaid, Wild Plum and Sunset Orange. Some of the pieces I loved and some not so much. I amy even add some paint to them to make other backgrounds for my scrapbook layouts of planner pages.

I painted the chipboard sentiments simply in black or white to ensure the coloured background really was the focus. I trimmed the background paper to size and adhered them on to the card backgrounds. I made some little Christmas gift cards - perfect for teacher gifts, coaches, colleagues etc. I also made a couple of other sentiments - Best Wishes, Just for You and Thankyou. All chipboard sentiments can be found online here. Let's take a look at the cards;
I just love the vibrancy of the colours and how they turned out. Hope you enjoyed this project. 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, October 5, 2018

Come Orbit with Us....Stencil that is...

Hello crafty friends, we are here to show you some more of the new stencils for Memory Maze Lasercuts....our Orbit stencils. Let's jump right in and take a look.
This first stencil, pictured above comes in multiple sizes. As you will see on the website when you check out, you have the drop down option of selecting what szie you'd like. The options for this stencil are 4x4, 6X6, 8X8 and 12x12 inches.
This second Orbit stencil is also available in multiple sizes, being 6x6, 8x8 and 12x12 inches. These stencils, plus more are available on the website by clicking here.
This third stencil is also available in multiple sizes, being 4x4, 6x6, 8x8 and 12x12 inches. 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, October 3, 2018

Oh! Dead Corpse Girl- By Leanne Nankervis


Hi Everyone!

Leanne here to share a layout with you today, using products from Memory Maze Lasercuts.


Oh! Dead Corpse Girl

Today I'm sharing a spooky layout, My daughter Holly dressed up for Halloween last year. We do Trick a Treating in our housing estate, a lot of fun for the kids that live in here. I have used some of the Memory Maze Cogs and a 12x12 Chicken Wire.

The 12x12 Chicken wire I cut off two of the corners, so it was like a corner flourish, I added some of the  from the 12cogs from the 12x12 pack. I embossed them in a aged black embossing powder from Stampendeous. I love the effect it gives you a metallic silver with gold and black finish, a nice grungy kind of look.

Close up of the corner chipboard cluster





Memory Maze supplies used:

12 x 12 Chicken Wire sold 3\'s

Thanks for visiting the blog today!

Leanne Nankervis
Design Team Member 2018


Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Australian Christmas brooch cards with Sarah

Hello crafty friends, Sarah here today with some of the new Australian themed Christmas designs from Memory Maze lasercuts.
For these new designs, please check out the Memory Maze website here. Let's take a look at the other designs created using these wooden veneer pieces.
These cards are easy to put together. Simply adhere a brooch pin to the back of the wood piece. You want to ensure this is totally dry before attempting to pin this to the card.

Position the piece on your card front and pierce two small holes in the card to pass the brooch pin through. Position and stamp your sentiment - I like to use my MISTI (check this out on you tube if you havent seen them!) to ensure accurate stamping every time. Then pin the dried piece to your card and you're done! Let's take a closer look at the other two designs. The crocodile card is on a Kraft background.
For these cards I have used stamps from my stash, however Memory Maze also have a vast range of rubber stamps that are also available. Take a look back through my previous blog posts for some examples of these. They 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.