Saturday, July 5, 2014

A New Kit Club!

So I have recently decided to quit my two subscriptions (Studio Calico - Project Life and Scraptastic - This Life Noted) and just go with two kits from The Scrappery.
I have nothing bad to say about the first two companies, in fact I had nothing but a good experience with both of them, especially Studio Calico who accommodated my needs when they changed and were always on the ball to answer or help me with anything I needed. So why quit?

1. The Scrappery is an Aussie company, I love to support my fellow Ausssies!

2. The postage from overseas gets pricey! I get two kits sent from within Australia to me at less cost.

3. I will receive my kit within a few days of it being posted! (Yes I really am that impatient lol)

4. It was time for a change! I love Studio Calico and Scraptastic but I just wasn't using all the product coming in the kits! Mainly it was the cards and I have no idea why I was finding it so hard to use them.

5. I love Naes style of pocket scrapbooking (she is one of the owners of The Scrappery) I love the colours she uses and she is designing the cards that go into The Pretty Little Kit (Project Life/Pocket Scrapbooking kit)

Yesterday I received my first kits from The Scrappery (a day after they were posted!) and I absolutely love both kits! I made a video sharing what I got.

I was also pleasantly surprised to find that I had won a prize. I had opened my package to find a Golden Ticket inside with some prizes!

I most likely won't be doing any crafting/Project Life until my kids finish school holidays and are back at school (one week and counting lol)  If you want to check out the kits and other goodies The Scrappery has on offer you can visit them here. Until then I will say bye and I hope you are having a crafty day!


Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Print and Cut Studio Calico Digital Labels

Today I thought I'd show you how I Print and Cut and store the labels I purchase from Studio Calico. Below is a video on how I do it. 

Here are the links to download the free .studio cutting files


After you download your cut files, open Silhouette Studio and import the .png file of the labels in and resize. Sizes are in inches.

For the 8.5 x 11 cut file resize your labels to 8.315 x 6.460
For the A4 cut file resize your labels to 8.855 x 6.880

If you have any questions please feel free to leave them here or on my You Tube Channel

Thanks for stopping by and have a crafty day!
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