Auckland Extravaganza Project Parade!

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Hi friends!  These have been sitting on my desk for a while, but I’m excited to share some of the projects our lovely guests created at the Auckland Extravaganza in March.  We had such a pleasant day together!   I think you’ll find some great birthday card ideas here:




Barbara Bicknell and her team presented and taught this fun “stuffed card” using the Cupcake and Carousels suite, a suite that is now being discontinued and is at a reduced price!  I absolutely love these papers!

This project inspired my Mother’s Day card (will be posted soon).  How fun to have a card with little gifts included. Here, they have included sugar, tea, a stamped spoon, some coloring in pages, a cupcake topper, a pinwheel, and a biscuit. Wow that’s a lot!

Angela Palmer, Kylie Burke, and Kathryn Tyrrell taught this subdued project using the Dragonfly Dreams bundle and the Copper Foil.  The inside features an effective peek-a-boo design that is easy to do.

Sally Williams, Heather Stewart, and Michelle Pepper shared this pop up box card project with the group.   Great for any age or gender, this project uses the Birthday Blast dies for that bit extra.


Judith Ferguson, Rachael Knight, and Christine Gedye taught everyone how to make a fun pull-up birthday card featuring the Balloon Adventure bundle. Who wouldn’t love to receive this card?!  This could also be used for wedding projects.

We had such a great day; we love our guests and the enthusiasm they bring to the room and to each table.  I know as one of the teachers, I really appreciate all the guests and their encouragement.

Please be careful this evening with Cyclone Cook hitting New Zealand.  And have a wonderful Easter weekend!

P.S. Want a free class?  Please any order with me (in person or online or email), and I’ll send you a Masculine Projects class absolutely free!

P.P.S  Book in for our next round of Extravaganzas in July!

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