I had quite a few questions from SENZ that I mentioned I'd answer here on my blog. I can only remember a few though. EEeeeek. So please if you have any others, leave them in the comments and I'll add answers as I get them....
Q: What is the name of the company that made the 3 page, page protectors from my multi photo class?
A: They are made by C-Line and are called Memory book page protectors. Here is a link to an online store in USA if you'd like some. Or ask your local scrapbook store to bring them in for you.
Q: What is the receipe for the chocolate chip cookies that you made for us?
A: I found this receipe online by googling 'best chocolate chip cookie receipe ever' (or something similar - it's how I find all my receipes now). Funny huh?! Here is the link. I swear these cookies are better than any others I've ever tried, brought or home baked!
Q: Where do I get the Prima magazine and in fact any of the Prima products that you gave away/used in your classes over the weekend?
A: Ask your local scrapbook store to order Prima in for you. When they order a certain amount directly from Prima they will get the Magazine. They can then pass it on/sell it to you. If you're after a certain product, again, ask your store to get it in.
Q: What is the receipe for your fudge?
A: I got this receipe from Rachel Tucker. Another FABULOUS NZ scrapbooker and teacher. She got it from a friend of hers. So I'm not sure of the origin of it?
Here you go though:
100g of butter, 1 cup sugar, 1/4 cup golden syrup, 1 can condensed milk & 1 tsp vanilla essence.
Put first four ingredients in a large bowl and microwave for 2 mins at a time for approx 9-10mins. Stir each time the microwave stops. The mixture will bubble vigourously. Test by putting a few drops into a cup of cold water and it should form a soft ball rather than flattening. It may need more time, but do at 1 min intervals until right.
Add vanilla and beat for 5 mins. Put into a metal dish and wait til it cools. Then put into fridge to cool completely. Cut into small squares before it cools completely or it can be difficult to cut.
Q: Where do you get your little bags that you package the edible goodies in?
A: A store in the Hastings area which also sells online. It's called Cakestuff.
Q: Where do you get the little cellophane bags you package the 'mini kits' in?
A: Cardmakers in Christchurch. They also sell great packages of blank cards for the card makers out there!
Q: What is the product that I used over the stencil on the following LO?
A: I can't remember the name sorry ladies, but I *think* it's just called 'puffy paint' and I get it from Spotlight. It comes in a long thin package with a thin nozzle. It's fantastic. Just remember to heat it to get the 'puff' and have it set properly.
Q: Will I be teaching in Auckland anytime soon?
A: The short answer is I'd like to. Is anyone interested? The long answer is.....Once I recover I might try and work something out. Watch this space and please email me if you'd like to be notified if/when this happens.
Q: Will I be teaching anywhere else soon?
A: I currently have two events that are booked and confirmed. One is still to be announced. Grin. If you would like me to teach in your area. Please contact me, or talk to your local store to get them to arrange a class/day. I'm happy to travel and LOVE to share my passion for scrapbooking.
Ok, I think that's about all I can remember for now. If you've got anymore questions, just fire them through.