Wednesday, September 01, 2010

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ESAD Happy New Catalogue Blog Hop

I hope you’re ready for the ESAD Happy new Catalogue Blog Hop!

I can't think of a better way to start the off the life of a new Stampin' Up!® Idea Book and Catalogue than with a blog hop. 

The members of ESAD have put together 25 ideas for using products new to the new Idea Book.

You may have come from the blog of the super talented Leonie Shroeder, but if not start here and keep clicking through the links at the end of each post until you reach my blog again.  That way you'll know that you've seen them all.

Here are my projects using 'Contempo Christmas' and 'Woodgrain' stamp sets.

I've put together an invitation and a gift box set that you could use for your Christmas functions.  These just use ink, stamps and a bit of linen thread, ribbon and glitter to make them easy to put lots together in a hurry.

Here's a closer look at the card.

and a closer look at the little gift box.  Made from a piece of 6"x 3" card or DSP it's scored and held together with the ribbon.  The ornament is held on the front by a small amount of adhesive on the linen thread so you could use it use a gift tag.  You can find the instructions for the box here.

"What is ESAD?

ESAD stands for Extra Special Australasian Demonstrators and it is an online group just for Australian and New Zealand demonstrators for Stampin’ Up!

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 its 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."

ESAD is offering Blog Candy for this blog hop.  Here's how you can qualify to be in the draw: -

To qualify ....

* this is only open to customers (ie. demonstrators do not qualify)
* to qualify you must visit every blog in this hop and leave a comment on each one
* once you have commented on each blog you need to email and advise Leonie that you they have done so
* Blog Candy winners will be announced on Tuesday 7th September

The next stop on our Blog Hop is held by Vicki Were -

Here is a full list of the participants in our blog hop: -

Leonie Schroder -
Keryn Campbell -
Vicki Were -
Aly Adcock -
Juliette Chapman -
Kristine Thompson -
Jo Weedon -
Jan McAnulty -
Karen Southwell -
Kim Conway -
Jane Norrish -
Pauline Bennetts -
Gemma Coumbe -
Genelle Little -
Sharlene Meyer -
Susan Joyce -
Rhonda Statham -
Monique Fielder -
Andrea Buckland -
Bev Watt -
Claire Mcilhatton -
Mae Collins -
Charmaine Black -
Lynn Powell -


Anonymous said...

The triangle boxes are just lovely, what a fabulous idea for hanging on the tree!

Inky Aly said...

Love your triangle boxes Keryn! They're so cute.

Anonymous said...

Love your cards Keryn - your little box is so cute. Bev

Karen said...

Love to Triangle boxes and woodgrain is a great effect too

Anonymous said...

Love your projects Keryn

Andrea said...

Lovely set. I love that we have the punch and 2 sets to go with it in this catty.

Tanja said...

Nice projects Keryn!

Lynn Powell said...

Great cards Keryn. Lvoe the stamps and what you have created. Those little triangel boxes are great!

rhonda said...

love these...need to make some of these triangle boxes..TFS

Leonie said...

Oh Keryn I love the triangle boxes - so cute and great christmas ideas :)

Lynda said...

Love this set more and more Keryn. the triangle boxes are sooo much fun and thanks for providing the link. Luvin the Woodgrain look too!!

Melinda said...

Those little boxes are gorgeous. Thank you so much for sharing.

Bev said...

that woodgrain stamp is definately on my wish list..Love all your projects, such great ideas

Charmaine Black said...

Hello Keryn, I love those Christmas decorations and I have been playing with the woodgrain stamp too, love it! Thanks for sharing your work with us, lots of inky hugs from Charmaine :-)

Juliette Chapman said...

Love what you have done with this set. Love the Triangle Boxes with the woodgrain - perfect.

leanne said...

i cant wait to get the woodgrain sey

Anonymous said...

Love the woodgrain, I may have to purchase, doh lol. Marg M

Deb said...

great ideas .... very inspirational

Debs Kidson said...

Wonderful as usual!

Mae Collins said...

Nice to see some 'non traditional' colours for Christmas ideas.

Genelle Little said...

Beautiful, Keryn! The ornaments are a great idea. Can't wait to try the triangle box out!

Libby said...

Hi Keryn. I landed here from my friend Leonie's blog. I love what you have made with these gorgeous Christmas stamps. Looks like I'll have to add them to my wish list too. Thanks for sharing your inspiration

Anonymous said...

Love this little gift boxes Keryn!

Julie G said...

Unusual background, but it works!

Sharna Russell said...

Hi Keryn, i love the colors you have chosen, thanks for sharing

Monique said...

I love the ornament stamps and the matching punch. The triangle box is a great idea for those little Christmas treats.

Anonymous said...

Hi Keryn
You've been busy, thanks for sharing

Jenny Reed said...

Very cute triangle boxes, I can see them hanging from my xmas tree this year.

Anonymous said...

I'm a friend of Leonie's too - love what you've done! Dotty