Tuesday, July 02, 2013


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New Catalogue and a Blog Hop to Celebrate


What could be a more perfect way than an ESAD Blog Hop to get inspiration for products new and returning in the 2013/2014 Annual Catalogue. Filled with projects made by talented Stampin' Up!® demonstrators who have already had their hands on the product that is new to you today. 



Welcome, whether you're starting the hop with me now or have joined me after seeing the gorgeous creations on Michelle Hallings blog.  

Today I'm using products from the 'Quatrefancy' product suite.

Quatrefancy Specialty Designer Series Paper - 130141
Mosaic Punch - 131267
Mosaic Madness Stamp Set - 130246
& the Modern Mosaic Embossing Folder - 129984


I've decorated an ordinary paper bag, folded at the top to create a flap, edged with the Scallop Trim border punch.  You have to have bling so I've added a rhinestone basic jewel in the centre of one of the 'Mosaic Madness' images.  I choose Island Indigo as my cardstock to match one of the colours in the paper.

I couldn't stop at just one, showing two of the other 'Quatrefancy' patterns.



The 'Quatrefancy' paper with it's Island Indigo, Strawberry Slush, Daffodil Delight, Pool Party & Pumpkin Pie colours is a very bright offering.  Thanks to the team at the Paper Crafters Library for showing me how soft a 'Mosaic Madness' card can be using two of the new In Colours, Coastal Cabana & Pistachio Pudding.  More Rhinestone basic jewels for bling and a Thank You greeting from 'Blooming with Kindness'.


For those of you who know me and/or my blog well know that pastel is not really me so back to the bright Quatrefancy Colours for this in your face card using the 'Modern Mosaic' embossing folder, Mosaic punch and the colours in the paper.  The greeting comes from 'Sassy Salutations' on sale this month at 25% off.


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 love what we do & love to share with our customers, friends, and wonderful blog visitors. We also share what we love in our ESAD Demonstrator community, through swaps, challenges, sharing knowledge, ideas & friendship, and we're always there to help and support each other.
So if
you are a Stampin' Up! demonstrator located in Australia or New Zealand,
then please feel free to leave me a comment with your Email address and I'll contact you with information on how to join our wonderful group.

I know you'll be wanting to see what else has been created by the ESAD team, so carry on to blog of Kylie Clemmence.

These are the other talented Stampin' Up!® demonstrators involved in the hop: -

1.   Michelle Grech
2.   Juliette Chapman
3.   Michelle Halling
4.   Keryn Campbell - You are Here
5.   Kylie Clemmence
6.   Sharlene Meyer
7.   Anne Wills
8.   Gail Kirby
9.   Rochelle Blok
10. Andrea Buckland
11. Delys Cram
12. Chloe Evans
13. Monique Fielder
14. Christie Kunkel
15. Jenny Humphreys
16. Tanya Bell
17. Marsha Hulland
18. Richelle Fletcher
19. Libby Dyson
20. Anna Mathieson
21. Corina Beyer
22. Emily Campbell
23. Narelle Hoggard
24. Amity Knight
25. Angie Jones





11 comments:

handmadebynarelle said...

Keryn I love how you have showed how the punch fits so perfectly in the embossing folder, your cards are beautiful. TFS

Unknown said...

Loving this product suite!

Elizabeth Dyson said...

Great projects Keryn. I like the 'bright' colours. Nice and cheery for winter

Leonie Schroder said...

oh i love the coastal cabana and pistachio together :) just divine

Kylie said...

Thanks for the inspiration for this paper, Kerryn - I might just have to break into that pack now :)

Monique said...

Keryn, I quite like the Mosaics punched out of solid cardstock, it gives a different feel to it.

Angela Jones said...

Love those bags!

Jenny Hayward said...

Clever ideas with the bags Keryn. I love the Mosaic cards too. Nice ones!

TFS

Jenny

Josie Dean said...

Thanks for sharing some beautiful Projects!

Diane Barnes said...

Finally made it here Keryn!
The soft mosaic card is my fave - can't resist a pretty aqua & green (consider it cased :-)) but I do love the brights too. Bags look great too. Inky wishes, Di

Richelle said...

Love the thank you card - so fresh and clean looking :)