Statement of the Heart

"To love what we do and share what we love,as we help others enjoy creativity and worthwhile accomplishments... in this we make a difference!"

Sunday, 27 February 2011

This week's collage

includes some stunning creations.

Top L-R - Anita Kleinjan, Paula Woods, Vicky-Lee Mueller
Middle L-R - Frances Poff, Debbie Airey, Julia Leece
Bottom L-R - Paula Dobson, Cherie Ward, Denise Ibbett

Don't forget to click on the links to the right to see more fantastic artworks.  It's a hard job only choosing nine and I wouldn't want you to miss out on the others.

Sunday, 20 February 2011

What a fantastic assortment

of creations this week.

Where possible I'm trying to give all the listed demonstrators a turn in the collage with different Stamp Artists being featured each week.  If you make it two weeks in a row you know that I really, really liked what you created.

Top L-R: - Alison Hydes, Bron Heslop, Kelly Nelson
Middle L-R: - Heather Stewart, Jacque Pederson, Rhonda Imrie
Bottom L-R: - Julie Butler, Helen Williams, Tracee Jones

Sunday, 13 February 2011

A bit later this week

as I couldn't resist being out in the sun with my boys.

Don't just wait for me to show you what the fabulous NZ Stampin' Up!® Demonstrators have come up. Click on the links to the right and find out for yourself.  By relying on me you could be missing out on some real stunners.

Here's my picks for this week. 

Top L-R: -  Helen Williams, Delys Cram, Tracee Jones
Middle L-R: - Sarah Gough, Sharlene Meyer, Tee Jay Horrell
Bottom L-R: - Denise Ibbett, Paula Dobson, Keryn Campbell

Sunday, 6 February 2011

So Much More Inspiration this week

now that more of the New Zealand Stampin' Up!® Demonstrators are back from holiday and/or their kids are back at school.  It was a lot harder choosing this week. 

Keep the inspiration coming ladies.

Top L-R: - Alison Hyde, Kelly Nelson, Julie Calkin
Middle L-R: - Lisa Bullock, Megan McDonald, Frances Poff
Botom L-R: - Kate Tobeck, Sharlene Torres, Tracee Jones

Thanks Kelly for reminding me I hadn't credited the photos to the Stamp Artists.

I've had a couple of weeks to settle into this role now and I'm very interested to find out if you have ideas for making the NZSU blog easier to use, whether you have a linked blog or pop on over to find inspiration.