Thursday, 27 June 2013

We are stopping by with two showcases from our talented Eve 

Molossi products used 
Hobby fun co pattern papers
Molossi large flower
Sticky bling
Molossi chipboard gate 
Non molossi products
Gesso paint
Glimmer mist
Kaisercraft bling
I am roses flowers
Prima flower bling centers
Hand crochet flowers
Die cut doily
Orange dotty washi tape

For this summer layout I have stenciled a brick pattern with gesso and spritzed lots of glimmer mist on the page to add summer shine .
I cut in half the molossi chipboard iron fence and made little banners with the pattern papers .

Molossi products used
Cards stock
Hobby fun co pattern papers
Sticky bling
Molossi flowers
Molossi boys chipboard frame

Non molossi products used
Orange spotty washi tape
Die cut cogs and wheels
Handmade bottle cap
Inka gold

I have use inka gold metal gloss paint to colour the chipboard frame for this layout ,
Also made some paper rolls with the left overs just for a simple embellishment .
De stressed the edges of the pattern paper and cut out some simple cogs and wheels to give it a sea beach feel .

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

Tuesday, 18 June 2013

 Tonights share is from Leanne, this woman does such gorgeous work with our chippie (as well as our other talented ladies)

Leanne tells us " For this layout I used 7 dots paper as base and distressed and inked the edges, I used a mask and several types of stamps, inks and mists. I used old sheet music and acetate shapes and collectable di-cuts to layer behind the photo. I embellished the page with Prima and Petaloo flowers, metal hardware and tim holtz film strip.

Non- Molossi 7 dots studio paper and Kaisercraft
Non- Molossi Kaisercraft and Glitz design acetate shapes
Non- Molossi Kaisercraft travel collectables
Non- Molossi Prima and Petaloo flowers
Non- Molossi Metal hardware and Music sheet
Non- Molossi distress inks, dylusions spray, primrary elements
Non- Molossi Kaisercraft and prima stamps

I used the Molossi chipboard Eiffel Tower which I embossed in distress powder and a metallic embossing powder.
Non- Molossi Tim Holtz distress powder
Non- Molossi Metallic embossing powder
Flower cluster
Non- Molossi Prima and Petaloo flowers.
More of Leanne's work can be viewed at

Monday, 17 June 2013

 I woke to another design this morning from one of our lovely design team members Gail and her designer Sharon, we are so happy to see people are happy with the quality in our chipboard.
 This is what Gail told us:
My talented designer Sharon Peters has been playing with your chipboard & has fallen in love with the thickness & the fact that you can use all the chipboard in the pack for her pages including the Molossi symbol.
Sharon has used the Barbed wire frame to feature the photo & used the insert as the title background. I just used inks to colour the chipboard.
I also used Kaisercraft Attitude collection as well as random charms.
Sharon ripped and folded the paper inking the edges to create texture on the page

More of Gail's work can be found at

Sunday, 16 June 2013

 Ok I know I said only two more shares but I have one more for Cathi I must share (LOL could not help myself) Cathi says 

"I used a gorgeous Molossi chipboard butterfly on this layout, painted with teal zircon Silks glaze.

The papers used are Pink Paislee Hope Chest, some corrugated board, and cardstock doilies (Gina's Designs). I used a gorgeous Prima vine, some twine and seam binding.

For techniques I used masking with my distress inks for the background, some gesso on the corrugated cardboard, and stitching."
 Be sure to view Cathi's blog it will blow your mind...
Jo is also sharing with us tonight her marvelous talents. Have a look at here Scooter page with instructions

Products:            Molossi cogs chipboard, Molossi Scooter Boy & Scooter Girl chipboard pack,
Aussie Scrap Source White cardstock, Teal Co-ordinations cardstock,  Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Broken China & Brushed Coudoroy, Texture Paste, Gelly Roll pens, Dimensional Magic, Tim Holtz cogs dies
Method:              Lay the chipboard cogs over the white cardstock in a diagonal direction from bottom left to top right and apply  texture paste over the whole design.  Pick the chipboard pieces out carefully and set aside for everything to dry.  Once both the cardstock and the removed pieces of chipboard have dried apply the distress inks applying them in a swirling motion using a Distress Tool applicator.  Once the area is covered – wipe off with a baby wipe to reveal the white of the texture paste but leaving the colours of the distress inks in the recessed areas.
Apply the distress inks to the textured cogs and set aside to dry

·        Trim your white sheet to measure 11.5 x 11.5” 
·        Cut the centre out of a sheet of teal cardstock
·        Mount the white textured cardstock in the centre of your teal frame.  Use the remaining teal cardstock to matt your photograph and to cut a few extra small cogs using a Timi Holtz die.
·        Colour your scooter boy and girl to match with your photographs.  I have used Sakura Gelly Rolls pens and an American Crafts Chromatix marker to colour the images.

·        I have cut my title from white cardstock using a Pazzle die cutting machine, embossed them using a Couture Creations embossing folder – Replacements  and then inked again using the Tim Holtz Distress inks.  I have added a metal link chain hanging from the “o” in Patrol to imitate the bike chain my son has around his neck.

·        Adhere your chipboard cogs and cardstock cogs  down the page in a diagonal direction allowing the cogs embedded in the texture paste to also be seen.  Mount some up on foam dots and allow some to adhere flat to the cardstock.
·        Adhere your matted photograph using foam dots.
·        Adhere your two chipboard scooter characters – I have placed the boy to the left side of the photograph and the girl to the bottom right of the layout.
·        Journal around the outer edge of the white cardstock.

Be sure to view  more of Jo' work at
I have two more shares the next from another talented lady Gail from Craft In The West
 This is what Gail has to share
I started with the birdcage but had to add the bird and do a double page.
I used gesso, paint, glimmer mist and chalks to colour the chipboard.
Distressed, ripped and inked papers
I used Teresa Collins Now & then papers, inks, Molossi rhinestone and chipboard and random charms.

More of Gail's work can be found at
We are back from Brisbane and we came home to some lovely emails, Cathi's talented is beyond words, here she shows some more of our chipboard pieces. This is what Cathi has to say

Can I say again how much I love the Molossi chipboard that arrives in my DT package each month. Suzanne and Josh do an amazing job choosing stunning chipboard just perfect for the style of layouts I love to do and I appreciate it so much!

This layout features their Decorative Arch -SMALL chipboard. It is so intricate and worked perfectly with this photo of my husband and I getting married under an arch oh so many years ago (could it be... 18 years this July, wow!!) I piled on the flowers over the arch and added some broken jewelry chain and beads and some gorgeous lace I had in my stash. The paper is from Maja Designs Spring Basics.

 The beautiful butterflies are from my scrappy friend Lisa Novogrodski's Etsy shop.

 The Couture Creations Jasmine Dream die is a perfect leafy flourish die, I love to cut up the stem into pieces to add leafy accents to a cluster.

 Be sure to view Cathi's blog it will blow your mind...

Sunday, 2 June 2013

Leanne is also sharing with us tonight, love this ladies technique
 Leanne tells us:

For this layout I used Prima Fairy range with lots of distressing and decorative punches
I misted the background with colour shine spray and primary elements mist and some tea staining as
well. And finished off the page with some great Molossi chipboard pieces, flowers, pearls and wooden alphabets words.
Molossi- chipboard Doily
Molossi- chipboard butterflys
Non Molossi- Mists, paint, inks and embossing powders.
Non Molossi- Prima, Green Tara flowers
Non Molossi- Flourish with a Bling
Non Molossi- Lace and trims
Non Molossi- wooden icons

The chipboard doily I inked in 2 colours and dusted with perfect pearls
and then added some cream paint randomly.

The butterfly I inked then stamped over with a texture stamp and dusted
with perfect pearls.
This butterfly I embossed with distress powder
added some punched leaves and a flower.

More of Leanne's work can be viewed at