Sunday, April 01, 2012


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New Mini Catalogue starts today - Autumn/Winter


To welcome the newest Stampin' Up!® catalogue the talented ladies at ESAD have put together a Blog Hop with projects featuring the lovely new product in the Autumn/Winter Mini Catalogue.






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.

You may have found me from the talented Alison Barclay's blog or popped into to see my blog first.  However you arrived just keep click on the link to the next blog at the bottom of my project and carry on round the hop until you get back to where you started.

I tried to be very good with my preordering and only ordered three products - the Simply Scored Tool with Metric Plate, the Framelits to use with my Big Shot and the 'Sweet Shop' Specialty designer series paper.  So as not to leave any of them out I've managed to include all of them in one project.



I'm loving being able to create rosettes and anything scored by placing my paper/cardstock in the Simply Scored tool and scoring many times and not having to move the paper.

I enjoyed making the Rosettes so much and the colours in the Sweet Shoppe DSP that I had to make another one.



Thank you so much to Heather Summers for her Rosette instructions.  Holding the rosette together with Bakers Twine rather than adhesive worked so much better for me.

Then I put together another two simpler cards using five out six of the sizes of the framelits dies and the Big Shot.  Cutting alternate sizes from the same paper or cardstock meant I could cut them from the same sheet of paper and not have so much waste.



I hope you've enjoyed my projects.  Please leave a comment as I'd love to hear what you think, then carry on to the next stop in our hop - Sharlene Meyer.

Below you'll find a full list of all the talented ladies participating in our hop: -

1. Tayna Bell
www.stampingt.com.au

2. Michelle Grech
www.stampmeshell.wordpress.com

3. Jane Norrish
www.janenorrish.com

4. Juliette Chapman
www.juleskraftikrafts.blogspot.com.

5. Pauline Bennetts
www.paulinebennetts.com/stampede

6. Alison Barclay
www.gothdovedesigns.blogspot.com

7. Keryn Campbell
www.kerynscards.blogspot.com

8. Sharlene Meyer
www.magpiecreates.com

9. Theresa "Tess" Schirmer
www.stampinandstuffwithtess.wordpress.com

10. Caroline Cassidy
www.cardscreatedbycaroline.blogspot.com

11. Michelle Halling
www.michellehcreations.stampinup.net

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

13. Delys Cram
www.delysc.wordpress.com/

14. Libby Dyson
www.libbystampz.blogspot.com.au

15. Tina Hewett
www.tinascreativestudio.com

16. Kelly Nelson
www.kellysstampinspot.wordpress.com

17. Yvonne Walker
www.yvonnescreativecorner.blogspot.com

18. Alisa Tilsner
www.alisatilsner.com

19. Nicole Mitchell-Stalker
http://www.nicolestalker.com.au/blog

20. Peggy Quarmby
www.peggyquarmby.blogspot.com.au

21. Andrea Buckland
www.creatingcardswithandrea.blogspot.com

22. Carolyn Bennie
http://carolynbennieink.wordpress.com/

23. Narelle Hoggard
www.handmadebynarelle.wordpress.com

24. Monique Fielder
www.stamping-with-moni-q.blogspot.com.au/

25. Nicole Derendorf
www.nicolederendorf.com


20 comments:

Alison Barclay said...

Hi Keryn! Loved what you did with Sweet Shop & the Framelits...so bright & cheerful! :)

Monique said...

Keryn these look great. The colours are really fresh.
TFS
Monique

Jenny Hayward said...

Thanks for sharing your great cards Keryn. They are really bright and funky.

Jenny xx

Ann G. said...

Wow those frames look fantastic - I'm so putting them on my wish list!

Juliette Chapman said...

Love the use of the Framelits with Sweet Shop - just gorgeous

Caroline Cassidy said...

Lovely projects Keryn! Am I the only person who can't do rosettes??? lol I will succeed! Eventually lol

Thanks for sharing

Cheers
Caroline :-)

Sylvia Buist said...

I believe that Sweet Shop may be going on the wish list, after looking at your wonderful cards Keryn. Well done.

Yvonne said...

Wasn't going to get this dsp Keryn but why are people getting me to but all the stuff i wasn't so sure about LOL. Love what you have done the colours are so bright and clean.

Elizabeth Dyson said...

You were very well controlled only ordering 3 things from the per-order. You have put them all to great use and come up with some gorgeous creations. Thanks for the inspiration

Anonymous said...

Keryn, love the rosettes and the use of he framelits on your cards. Cheers Donna Zammit :)

Louise Sutton said...

Lovely and cheerful with Sweet Shop!

janine jess said...

Thanks for sharing - love the bright colors!

Andrea said...

lovely. you have done well with only a few products

Delys Cram said...

Gorgeous cards Keryn..love the rosette done with this paper!

Jane Norrish said...

Why is everyone using the products I didn't pre-order because I didn't think I needed them! Off to add the Sweet Shop papers to my order, love what you have done with them ;-)

Diane Barnes said...

very fresh & happy cards Keryn.

Leonie Schroder said...

can you believe i still need to get these framelits?? love them :)

Alisa Tilsner said...

great cards Keryn, very funky!

Richelle said...

Love the clean and simple card with the layered framelits! Looks great in those colours!! :)

Tess said...

I love the layered framelets and that DSP is lovely and so are your rosettes, although I havent had too much trouble with the adhesive, I might try the rosettes with the twine and see if this makes them easier.

TFS