Sunday, 13 September 2015

ESAD Holiday Catalogue Blog Hop




hello again, 
Its time for another blog hop brought to you by the demonstrators from ESAD. You may have just hopped from the talented Rebecca Scurr's blog or if you have started here then hop on round to see all the wonderful designs.

 “What is ESAD?
 ESAD stands for "Extra Special Australasian Demonstrators" and is a Facebook group just for Australian and New Zealand Independent Stampin' Up! demonstrators.
 We love what we do & love to share with our customers, friends and 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 then I'll contact you with information on how to join our group.”


 Today we are showcasing the new products in the Holiday Catalogue that started on September 1st and is available until January 4th.

 I never stick to just one stamp set so I will continue in that way and show a few of my favourites. 
These first 2 are using the set All Ye Faithful. I enjoyed colouring these and made the stable using the Hardwood background stamp. The trees in the background are from Wonderland.



 I have been lucky enough to make some samples using my friends order so have had access to so much more that I would have. The trouble is once you have had a play with the stamp set you then feel that you need to have it too.
This one is Your Presents and it can be used for both birthdays and Christmas. It is a set that is made especially for the technique "Kissing" I have cut out the presents and stacked them for a birthday card.


 With this card I have used the holly from Embellished Ornaments and the greeting. The Background is sponged using one of the stencils.



 Another set that I didnt think I needed is Reason for the Season with the coordinating punch but am now thinking that I would like it. This first card is cased from the catalogue and coloured in Real Red.



I used the Softly Falling embossing Folder on this next card and also the Christmas Greeting Thinlets and Holly Jolly Greetings set. 




That will do for today as you have plenty more wonderful projects to hop around and see. Thank you for stopping by. Next on the hop is Rochelle Blok

http://rochelleblok.blogspot.com.au/2015/09/esad-2015-holiday-catalogue-blog-hop.html

Here is the list of participants 

1. Libby Dyson

2. Paula Reid

3. Keryn Campbell

4. Carly Middleton

5. Rachael Lewsley

6. Narelle Fasulo

7. Emily Campbell

8. Emma Palonek

9. Jo Weedon

10. Rebecca Scurr

11. Andrea Buckland

12. Rochelle Blok

13. Kathryn Ruddick

14. Monique Fielder

15. Bernie Collins

16. Liv Ingle

17. Sally Williams

18. Ria Kaire

19. Delys Cram

20. Jessica Williams

21. Lou Kitzelman

22. Barbara Williams

23. Kelly Kent

24.  Jenny Hayward




 

20 comments:

Jo said...

Hi Andrea, love your comment about being able to share items from a friend.. What a beautiful thing to share, the love of Stampin'!!
Your blog is so feminine, I will definitely be back to look at more of your work :)

Narelle Fasulo said...

Love all your cards Andrea. You have shown us a great variety. Thanks for sharing.

Lou said...

Lovely projects Andrea. I love the use of the stencils and the kissing technique. I didn't know that I needed the Your Presents. More to add to my 'to buy' list! Thanks for sharing.

Barbara Williams said...

its nice to be able to play with different stamps, completely understand when you then want it. Lovely work

thepapercaper said...

Wow you have been busy Andrea. Thanks for showcasing so many different stamp sets and styles. The ol' wishlist is in a bit of trouble now ;)

Jenny Hayward said...

You have been busy Andrea. I just love all your cards but especially the 'All Ye Faithful' ones. Beautiful job as usual. :)

Cheryl Algie said...

Lovely work Andrea . Well done . You have inspired me to get creating for my Christmas classes with all of my new toys 😀

Keryn said...

What a beautiful selection Andrea. I always start with two Christmas stamp sets but my collection always grows by the end of the Holiday Catalogue.

Liv Ingle said...

Love the striped background on the ornament card Andrea. Great idea to not use the full masking. :)

Ria - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, NZ said...

Awesome job Andrea! I especially love the All Ye Faithful card - the one with the stable :D

mypapercraftjourney.com said...

Thanks for sharing your gorgeous creations Andrea. I love the colours. Kelly x

Libby Dyson said...

Great projects. I love them all and there's such variety too. Thanks so much for being part of the ESAD Holiday Catalogue Blog Hop.

delysc said...

Lovely cards Andrea especially the come all ye faithful one. Thanks for all the gorgeous inspiration!

Emma Palonek said...

What a great assortment of cards Andrea! A fabulous way to showcase a wide range of products in the Holiday catalogue. The stencilled background has caught my eye and isn't a technique I have used before, so thanks for the inspiration as it is something I am going to give a go in the near future.

Paula Reid said...

All Ye Faithful is my favourite set and I LOVE your colouring. I think the second card is my favourite. Thanks for sharing.

Rochelle Blok said...

Wow! What a great set of cards! You have been busy! Love them all! The ornament one is my favourite! Love the holly across the top and then the sponging of the strips behind the ornaments! Just fantastic! Thanks for sharing! Rochelle xo

Bernie Collins said...

Think your manger is very clever and effective - you have certainly done justice to the stamp set :)

Sally Williams said...

I love all your cards Andrea a fabulous variety, your coloring on the All Ye Faithfull cards is fabulous.

Rachael Lewsley said...

You have been busy Andrea! Great projects :)

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