Tuesday, January 24, 2012


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Sale A Bration's Here Again

with fabulous stamp sets, designer series paper and embellishments for you to earn right through until the 31st March 2012.

To let you know what's available the team from ESAD have put together a blog hop to showcase the fab projects they've put together using the FREE Sale A Bration goodies.

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.

Whether you've arrived from the talented Alisa Tilsner's blog or you've popped in from somewhere else, Welcome!!  Feel free to stop now and grab a cup of tea or coffee and settle down somewhere comfortable and click on the link at the bottom of each post to get you round all 20 posts in this blog hop.

Here's my projects showcasing the Everyday Enchantment Designer Series Paper and Everyday Enchantment Ribbon and Brad Pack.  Each gift card is on a Whisper White 3"x3" card base embossed with the Designer Frames embossing folders set.  Cardstock was chosen to match the colours in the paper & cut using the Blossom Bouquet Originals Big Shot die.  Each needlebook has a piece of felt held in place by the staple.

With six different combinations I've been able to show you one side of each of the designer series papers.







I'd like to thank Dawn for the inspiration for the cards and Calli for the measurements for the Needlebooks.

To keep moving on the hop pop over to the blog of Sharlene Meyer.                    .

If any of the links in the hop don't work here is a complete list: -

1.  Sherylee Tutt
www.sherylee.stampinup.net/blog

2.  Juliette Chapman
www.juleskraftikrafts.blogspot.com

3.  Alison Barclay
www.gothdovedesigns.blogspot.com

4.  Corina Beyer
www.beyondinkstamper.com

5.  Christie Kunkel
www.christiescreativecorner.blogspot.com

6.  Jane Norrish
www.janenorrish.com

7.  Nicole Derendorf
www.nicolederendorf.com

8.  Jacinta Argent
http://jacintascreations.blogspot.com

9.  Leonie Schroder
www.stamp-a-latte.com

10. Alisa Tilsner
www.alisatilsner.com

11.  Keryn Campbell
www.kerynscards.blogspot.com

12.  Sharlene Meyer
www.magpiecreates.com

13.  Madonna Dunn
www.madonnadunn.com.au

14. Joanne Kechagias
www.Joannekechagias.blogspot.com

15.  Pauline Bennetts
www.paulinebennetts.com/stampede

16.  Monique Fielder
http://www.stamping-with-moni-q.blogspot.com/

17.  Bron Heslop
www.bronheslop.wordpress.com

18.  Felicity Fernandez
www.stampinwithflick.blogspot.com

19. Michelle Grech 
www.stampmeshell.wordpress.com

20. Kelly Nelson
www.kellysstampinspot.wordpress.com 

21.  Louise Layton
www.inkyloulou.com
 
22.  Yvonne Walker
www.yvonnescreativecorner.blogspot.com

23.  Kathryn Ruddick
www.katlodesigns.com



27 comments:

Leonie Schroder said...

Very cute Keryn ... dont you just love Dawn's site? Needlebooks - wow havent seen them for years!!

Tess said...

Such cute ideas. I was wondering how do you get the ovals cut out so neat for the frames? With sewing becoming a fantastic hobby those needle books are great.

Louisa said...

Love them Keryn! Thanks for sharing

Keryn Campbell said...

Tess and others follow the link to Dawn's site and she's got a video tutorial on how to emboss the ovals and add the dsp cut with the wide oval punch into the centre.

Lynda said...

I love this idea...there is so much inspiration and creativity on this hop!!

janine jess said...

Great idea Keryn! I am always looking for little gifty items, and these are perfect!

Mary Davidson said...

What a darling little gift these would make for anyone. Thanks for sharing such a great idea!

Juliette Chapman said...

These are lovely. I now have the perfect gift idea for some sewing mumma's I know! TFS.

Mel Creations™ said...

Oh I just love the White Cards!!
given me some inspiration how to use the designer frames!!
Well Done ♥

Alison Barclay said...

These are beautiful! I really like your concept of layering the DSP in the embossed frames. So cool!! :)

Felicity said...

Beautiful cards Keryn, I really love those desgner frames :)

kelly said...

I love the idea of needlebooks!

Caroline said...

What a cute idea!!! Thanks for sharing.

Jacinta Argent said...

Very cute, and pretty. Lovely Designer paper isn't it.

Rebecca S said...

So nice. I love the paper and especially the embossing folder. Great work!!

Anonymous said...

Keryn Love the cards with the fames and DSP showing through, very pretty. Cheers Donna Zammit :)

MadonnaDunn said...

I love this!!! Great idea!!

Louise Layton said...

How clever putting DSP inside the embossed frames. Looks absolutely gorgeous as do your beautiful little needle books. Really lovely, Kerryn.

Christie Kunkel said...

Great idea. I do love this frame but haven't used it as much as i should have.

Sharon Field / Created By You said...

What fun and simple cards Keryn!! Cute ideas!

Jane Norrish said...

Needlebooks! What a great idea and they are so gorgeous.

Linda McAllister said...

What a fantastic collection of cards and needlebooks.

Yvonne said...

Love your project Keryn, you have outdone yourself, thanks for sharing

Kathryn Ruddick said...

Lovely cards Keryn, love the crisp white embossed frames and the gorgeous paper layered inside. Very Nice!

Sherylee said...

Perfectly gorgeous - love the ovals!

Diane Barnes said...

great idea Keryn & a very cute gift.

Monique said...

How cute Keryn - gotta love that oval embossing folder.