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How would you like a weekend away from normality to
Scrap & Stamp?

No cooking, no cleaning, just play with all your toys!!

My next camp is

27th to 29th August

Scrap & Stamp Technique Camp!

Learn a number of techniques on the 15 FREE cards included in the price!


Are you in need of a relaxed scrapping getaway? Look no further than this fabulous Scrap and Stamp Camp. Come along and catch up with your scrapbooking pals while touching up on your papercraft skills and enjoying an informal and fun experience. Running over two nights — starting early Friday evening through to mid afternoon on Sunday — it’s a chance to work on your own project, work on the included workshops, or pick up some scrapping & Stamping tips from me or even the other guests!!!.


For just $210.00 you get accommodation, all meals (including morning tea and afternoon tea), a goody bag, mini workshops with product to boot and a larger workshop. You’ll marvel at the diverse range of stamping techniques including polished stone, which is the wonderful art of applying ink on glossy cards to give a polished stone effect. Relish in the innovative tools, infamous Sizzix, Colossal and Fiskars templates, interesting stamps and, a Circuit Expression, Computer & printer (for journaling) & best of all, your own table to do some seriously fun scrapping and Stamping.

Gather your fellow craft enthusiasts and come along to this fabulous and unforgettable retreat, but be quick, spaces fill very quickly!


at Baldivis, WA


My retreat during March 2007 was equally as successful as the others! Our food was catered for by the Empire Tea rooms, & I can highly recommend them.


Here is the creative mess we make!

& These are the girls who made the mess!

Lizzie held her final retreat in August, at the freeway convention centre. I had a great time meeting everyone, & even though Lizzie will not be holding any more, I hope to see them again.

My first retreat we had in the first week of June 2006 went wonderfully! It was only a very small group, but it meant we had a bedroom & a worktable to our selves, talk about spoilt!!!!

Wandoo Hills retreat was fantastic, the food was brilliant & the company was sensational.

The only bad thing that I can think of was that my poor (over filled) car nearly didn’t make it up one of the hills! LOL!


Have a look at the bottom of the page for the pictures!


For any other details, or questions please contact me

We were going to have warmed honey wine while watching the sunset, but we were so engrossed in what we were doing we only JUST made it out to catch the left over sunset colours! LOL


The dining room is great, but we ended up joining all the tables together.


The only thing everyone decided to give up time to learn was a flag book that I first tried to make at 2am on Sunday morning! LOL! I still havent decorated it, but as soon as I do I will post it under my workshops page! 





Here are some of the scrapping attendees of my first retreat!