Thursday, 28 March 2013


We want to leave you with one more design tonight from our lovely Card Designer Heather. Just in time for Mothers Day 

 flower pot Mothers day card

Supplied products
Molossi flowers
Molossi pink glitter card stock
Molossi white cord card
Molossi bling


 Other products
Zsa Zsa Kryptonite card for leaves from Artee Supplies
Ribbon from scrap box
Whimsy Farm Twine for tie on tag
Via felt card from Papersource with Lifestyle crafts doily die cut with sizzix bigshot
Fiskars cirlce punch & tag punch (wish you guys would get fiskars punches in)
Fiskars paper trimmer with scallop blade

More of Heathers Designs can be viewed at
                 Narelle has WOWED us again today with her delightful Beyond The Page Project with our Painters Tray

Molossi Products used:-

Narelle Tells:
I have been looking for a way to display photos and decorations from my daughter's 12th birthday party and the Molossi 12x12 Photo display was perfect! The frame is great for being able to show off heaps of photos in different sizes (and can be rotated so you could use landscape orientation 6x4 photos or portrait style 6x4 photos). The frame would be great for displaying favourite holidays memories, school photos, wedding photos....... the list is endless!

The frame is really easy to decorate and assemble as it comes in 3 parts ( the back piece, the frame and the legs). I painted the entire frame in yellow paint and adhered a piece of 12x12 yellow paper to the backing piece of the frame using the xpress it double sided tape..

I then had the freedom to play around with the placement of the photos and decorations, sit the frame on top and see if I was happy, and then play around again til I got it exactly how I wanted. I adhered the photos to the backing paper using x-press it tape, and then joined the frame and the backing piece together with the mighty grip of the Helmar 450 Quick Dry Adhesive.

I painted a Molossi chipboard butterfly yellow and added pearls for highlighting and adhered this and the other decorations to the frame using the Helmar 450 glue. I added some pearls around the edge of the frame for highlights before adhering the legs on the back of the frame, again using the 450 glue.

Other products used:-
Yellow paint
3 bugs in a rug paper
Spellbinders and MFT Dienamics metal dies.
American Craft Thickers

Stay tuned for more Designs by Narelle. In the mean time you can visit her very creative blog


Tuesday, 26 March 2013

We have another share today from Design Team member Eileen, we think its a treat....

Materials Used.

Molossi glitter paper
Molossi textured paper
Molossi clear paper
Molossi sticky bling
Molossi Pink and white flower
Molossi Double sided tape

Cristina Re decorative paper edger.

More of Eileen's work can be viewed at


Friday, 22 March 2013

Another WOW factor has come from Eve with 3 PAGE LAYOUTS this month (We are so spoilt...)

Molossi products used 
Molossi card stock
Molossi Pirate paper
Molossi Pirate Brads 
Non Molossi product 
Sizzix skull die
Liquid pearls

 Eve has kept this layout very simple with some fussy cutting simple banner made as in last layouts and a sizzix die to complete the look that she has raised off the page with mounting squares .


Molossi products used 
Molossi pirate papers
Molossi card stock
Molossie Pirate Brads 
Non Molossi products 
Mixture of alphas including handmade ones
Metal compass
I am roses leaves
Recycled buttons .

 This Layout has been created using a little more technique and cutting , Eve has hand made the pirate flag and hand cut and glued the banner .She has hand made the circle alphas once again using her own handwriting to create a memorable touch to the page .


Molossi products used are 
Molossi pirate papers
Molossi pirate brads
Molossi Rhinestones
Xpress it tape
Foam mounting squares 
Non molossi products are 
Kaisercraft wood flourish
Iam roses gardenias
Rose fabric flower
Kraft cardstock ...
Eve has created this LO using some great product a bit of banner making and distressing with the addition of a die . She improvised by making my sentiments with left over cardstock cut to size and written in her hand writing for that memorable touch

Be sure to follow Eve on her blog for more great designs