Sunday, April 7, 2013

ESAD Seasonal Catalogue Blog Hop 2013

Welcome to my new visitors making their way around the ESAD Seasonal Catalogue Blog Hop....LOL, I am stop No.24 of 25, so well done if you have made it this far!

What is ESAD?

ESAD stands for "Extra Special Australasian Demonstrators" and it is an on-line group just for Australian and New Zealand Stampin' Up! demonstrators.

We so love what we do and not only do we love to share it with our customers, friends, and wonderful blog visitors, but we share our love for what we do with each other as demonstrators. We run swaps, challenges, tutorials, product know-how, and cyberstamps, and we are always there to help and support each other when it is needed.

So if you are a Stampin' Up! demonstrator located in Australia or New Zealand, then please feel free to click here to join our wonderful group.

Ok, so if you are making your way through the blogs, you may have just joined me from Kelli and her wonderful projects using Parkers Pattern DSP.

I am going to share with you some projects I created using the That's The Ticket Stamp Set and also the Print Poetry DSP Stack.

First up I have made a 12 x 12 layout using the Admit One stamp from the set and also made a pinwheel and banner tails from the Print Poetry DSP.

Next, I made a clean and simple Christmas Card (getting in early!) with the Christmas Wishes stamp.

Here are some cute little treat bags using one sheet from the Print Poetry DSP stack and adding various tickets from the stamp set.

This 4 x 4 card is punching the Print Poetry DSP Stack into 1" squares and rounding 3 corners.

This 4 x 4 card is punching the Print Poetry DSP Stack sheet into 1" squares and rounding only 2 corners and only 1 layer of cardstock - similar cards but two different looks.

This next card is using the honeycomb embossing folder and cutting the hexagon's out using the Print Poetry DSP Stack.

I sure hope I have inspired you with my projects, and your next stop is with Amity who is using the Make A Wish Stamp Set.

Leave a comment and let me know what you think - did I inspire you?

Remember, as always, if you would like to know more about the project, just ask!

Thanks for looking,

Until next time, Happy Crafting....YCB 


Dinky Di said...

Oh yes you inspired me. Love them all because they're all simply elegant, and elegantly simple.

Narelle said...

Angie, I love what you have done, very nice work.

Chloe said...

Gorgeous cards Angie, I love the Christmas ticket stamp too. So perfect for using on gift tags!!


Gail Kirby said...

Wow! Really love the scrap page!

Leonie Schroder said...

great projects as always Angie :)

Elizabeth Dyson said...

Great work, thanks for the inspiration in both scrapping and card making :)

Monique said...

Angie, I love the last Christmas card with the embossing folder. The simplicity is stunning.

Alisha said...

Love!!! I havent got the ticket punch or set yet...another now to add to the list but I love the DSP stacks and you have just made me want more :-) gorgeous projects Angie.

Helen Williams said...

Great project Angie.
Thanks for sharing

Caroline Cassidy said...

Awesome!!! i hope we eventually get a punch for the hexagonal folder!! Will make life so much easier!! lol Love your cards :-)

Kathryn Ruddick said...

Thanks for reminding me we have that gorgeous Print Poetry DSP! You've done a fantastic job showing it off!

Rochelle Blok said...

Fantastic projects here Angie!I love all the ways that you have used the Print Poetry DSP. Lots of ideas for me to play around with. Thanks for the inspiration!

Jenny Hayward said...

These are all great Angie. Thanks for sharing them. I haven't got the paper or the stamp set. I like what you have done with them.


Christie Kunkel said...

Some great ideas there, thanks for sharing

Jess said...

Lovely Angie. Can't quite believe I don't have the Print Poetry DSP stack... yet :)

Yvonne said...

WOW Angie love the cards, I havent got wither of these products yet, I am feeling another order coming on.

Kristina Collett said...

Fantastic! Such clever use of so many of the patterns in the paper stack. But my absolute favourite is the Christmas card. You can never be too early to get ready for Christmas, and it's gorgeous. TFS.

Jane Norrish said...

Love this paper, great projects, thanks for sharing ;-)

Nerida said...

Angie, love your scrap book page and your treat boxes. The square cards are inspired! Thanks for sharing so many fabulous ideas.