Today (Thursday) is ANZAC Day, which was established to commemorate the landing of Australian and New Zealand Army Corps soldiers on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey, on 25 April 1915 during World War I. It was a drawn-out stalemate of trench warfare that resulted in high casualties on all sides. The involvement of ANZAC troops proved to be a key influence in developing national identities in both Australia and New Zealand and their independence from Britain.
At OnStage Live, Bev Easton was sharing a special swap she’d made to commemorate the centenary of WWI (2014-2019) and ANZAC Day.
And on that solemn note I’m off to enjoy my public holiday!
Last call for Saturday’s class
Make 5 projects featuring a variety of techniques and great Stampin’ Up! products. Perfect for experienced and novice crafters!
$30 – all supplies included
Saturday, 27 April
1:00 – 3:30 PM
Nancy’s Stamping Studio
1801/151 Berkeley Street, Melbourne 3000
1 block E of Haymarket tram stop (19/59) and Flemington Rd/Peel St (58). Also 3 blocks W of Lincoln Sq./Swanston St – UniMelb tram stop. Contact for parking info.