Roz Veevers – Independent Stampin’ Up! ® demonstrator.

May 31, 2007

Spotlight Background


I used the spotlight technique on this card- circle punches make the job SO much easier!

My husband’s Anniversary card

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My husband’s anniversary card is so sweet. he stamped the flower and then drew over the top with glue-pen, and glittered over that.

May 11, 2007

Double-Sided Paper

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This is the outside of the card. I punched a hole with a circle punch.


This is the inside of the card. I did a very quick watercolouring on the vase of flowers, because I wanted it to be a 5-minute card. You could use the idea for anything.

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Party in a Bag

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Become one of my very special May hostesses, and receive EVERYTHING you need for a successful and FUN party!

You receive:

A decorated gift bag with matching tissue paper and blank card, for you to use later
Idea Book & Catalogue (current issue)
Cadbury Triple Chocolate Muffins
La Festa Cappuccino Creme (Serves 10)
Stampin’ Techniques booklet
10 Invitations
Business Opportunity
Order forms- for outside orders
Hostess stamp – to be assembled by me at your party
Special hostess stamp set (for parties totalling over $300)
Hostess dollars to spend on ANYTHING in the catalogue

NOTE: Your party must be held in May with payment before June 27th. Pay in full on the night and receive a FREE Ink pad valued at $9.95.

Please email to book your party today.

May 10, 2007

Free Stampin’ Techniques booklet

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If you would like to receive your FREE stampin’ techniques booklet by Stampin’ Up!, please email your details to . This offer is open to Australian residents who are not demonstrators for Stampin’ Up!


Images © 1990-2007

International Swap

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I participated in an International swap, through Stamphappy and also the South African list I belong to. I received the following four cards.

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        Sandy Lowrey                        Shamela                    Michelle Theron              Ilse McCarthy

Stuff I picked up at convention

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The little wallet was at our place setting at dinner. The keyrings came from Momento Mall- I couldn’t choose so I took one of each! Each of my ladies in my team received a little mobile phone charm and a pen- I would not have got that Recruiters pin without them and boy, am I grateful! I got to go up on stage and give Shelli a hug. Everything about the weekend’s convention said that we matter to them, we are important, and they value us not only as demonstrators, but as part of the family. I have never experienced this in any other direct selling company.

May 9, 2007

Heartfelt Thanks

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Here are the first three cards I would like to share with you. Heartfelt Thanks remains one of my favourite sets. No matter how many new stamps I collect, I always seem to come back to this one. Here are some ideas using the same stamp three different ways.

Purple card

This card is not stitched. I used my piercing tool to make the holes and then used a blender pen dipped in white pigment ink to give the illusion of stitching. I learnt that at convention, such a lovely idea. I then placed the organdy ribbon over the top and stuck it down at the back with double-sided tape, to give the illusion of stitching. I love it!


My first attempt at using glitter. So easy and I love the bling it gives the card.


Images © 1990-2007


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Roz Veevers

I am thrilled to introduce myself to you. I live in Happy Valley, SA, with my son (15) and amazing husband, Wayne. We have been married a year already! I have been stamping for 15 years and became a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator in December, 2006. I can’t wait to share some of my ideas with you.

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