Monday, June 5, 2017

We R Memory Keepers Precision PRESS and Oxide Inks - A Photo Tutorial

Oxide Sunflower Card created by Cheryl Devlin

Hi Everyone

Today I wanted to share with you a quick card I created using Oxide Inks and the Precision Press. This tool is a must have for anyone who has ever had any problems with Stamping. I'm sure I'm not the only one who has created a gorgeous background that's taken a while to create and then..... I ink up my image and add it to my gorgeous background and the image isn't complete or is really pale and no matter how hard I try there is no way I can re-stamp because I know there is no way it will line up again. Well that's where the Precision Press comes to the rescue. I've added a Photo Tutorial here for you and also wanted to share an Awesome SPECIAL offer currently available until 5pm on Thursday 8th June 2017. 

Kaszazz are currently offering a number of different gift packs when you purchase a We R Memory Keepers Precision Press -  Click her to view the gift packs. But wait..... there's more, lol. If you also add a little more to your order (just over $15) you will also be given the choice of another gift - click her to see the freebie packs on offer. Please contact me to order your Precision Press or to ask any questions. 

Oxide Sunflower Card

Step 1:

Create a background using Distress Oxide Inks of your choice smooched onto a Non Stick Craft Sheet, spritzed with Perfect Pearl Water. Dry in between layers until you are happy with the result:

Step 2:

Place your piece of Oxide Coloured Paper into the Precision Press, secure with a little washi tape and position your stamp onto the paper (rubber side down). Bring the lid of the Precision Press down onto the image and open up again. Your Stamp will be attached to the lid. Stamp your image with Archival Jet Black Ink and close the lid onto the Coloured Paper.

When I first inked up the image, I wasn't happy with the crispness of the image and normally to try to line up the image again, it would be almost impossible to do free hand, however with the Precision Press, all you have to do is open the lid, re-ink the stamp and close the lid onto the paper again and the image will look darker and crisper. You can re-ink as many times as you like.

Once I had stamped the Sunflowers, I decided I wanted to add a message, so I repeated the process above and stamped the quote "ENJOY Today". This could have all been stamped at the same time, with both images positioned onto the Precision Press, however I stamped them separately as the quote was an afterthought, lol. :)

Step 3:

Matt your piece of Oxide Coloured Paper with Black Card and then attach to a White Base.

Oxide Sunflower Card created by Cheryl Devlin

Monday, May 8, 2017

Blue Poppies Watercolour Distress Card

A cute little card I've been running as a Make and Take lately showcasing how to make the most of your Distress Inks. I hope it helps to put a little smile on your face. 

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Creative Papercraft - my published projects!

I purchased a copy of the first edition of the new Creative Papercraft magazine. I am excited to share that this edition has three of my projects published inside with one of the cards on the cover (the pink card on the right side at the back!)

All of the projects have step by step instructions along with lots of other projects throughout the magazine.

If you would like to purchase any of the products listed or would like to enquire about starting your own Journey with Kaszazz, please feel free to contact me click her to email

Friday, June 10, 2016

Paper, Ink, Paint and Stamp storage

It feels like my studio is coming together. My Ikea unit is filling up, although I still have to work out what to put in the cupboards and drawers, decisions, decisions. Everything takes so much longer than you think, however as it starts to come together if feels like the investment of time is worth it.  

Monday, October 12, 2015

Thought I would share one of the projects I have created recently. The Botanical Watercolour Butterfly Layout and Cards were created for a special group of long term customers who were after a project that wasn't blue, lol. It's a fun project incorporating Texture Paste, Watercolour Pencils and Vellum. If you would like to create one of the project pictured, please contact me and we can work out a date. If you prefer, I would be happy for you to host the workshop at my home studio at Aberfoyle Park and bring along your friends. 

Kaszazz - Stamp, Scrap, Embellish
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I hope you have all been enjoying the warm weather.  Here are the workshops for October and a special Die promotion that finishes this Wednesday at 5pm.

All products and materials will be provided at each of the workshops listed below, however you are welcome to bring along your favourite scissors and trimmer if you prefer.
Strathalbyn Masonic Hall
Dawson St, Strathalbyn, SA
Tuesday 13th October
7pm - 9.30pm

Heartfelt Patchwork Cards - Cost $25.00

Heartfelt Patchwork Page - Cost $25.00
bookings essential
email or
sms 0400 705 318 to book your seat
 Para Vista Uniting Church Hall
Friday 23rd October, 2015
 137 Nelson Rd, Para Vista
12.00 - 2.30pm

Your choice of a set of 3 Cards a double page Scrapbooking Layout. Learn how to use texture paste, watercolour pencils and create vellum stamped flowers.

Cost: $25.00 (cards)
$30.00 (scrapbooking - double page)

Page 1 of 2 shown below

bookings essential
email or sms 0400 705 318
to book your seat
Mt Barker
Monday 26th October 2015

CWA Hall
Crn of Mann Street and McLaren Street

Your choice of Scrapbooking or Cards.

Cost: $25.00 (cards)
or $30.00 (scrapbooking)

Mt Barker
Friday 30th October 2015
7 - 9.30pm

CWA Hall
Crn of Mann Street and McLaren Street

Dylusion Bird Cards or SB double page Layout (page 1 of 2 pictured below)

Cost - $20 Cards or Scrapbooking

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Customer Newsletter

The link for my most recent Customer Newsletter with more information about upcoming workshops:

We R Memory Keepers Precision PRESS and Oxide Inks - A Photo Tutorial

Oxide Sunflower Card created by Cheryl Devlin Hi Everyone Today I wanted to share with you a quick card I created using Oxid...