ESAD Blog Hop

Welcome to the ESAD Blog Hop to celebrate the launch of the new Autumn – Winter Mini Catalogue.
 Now, you should have arrived here from Delys Cram’s blog. If you didn’t, that’s OK. Scroll down and see a list of all 25 blogs involved in the hop. Make sure you don’t miss any as all these demonstrators have some great inspiration to share with you today.
Now before I share my projects with you, I’d like to tell you a bit about ESAD.
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
Now here are my projects to share for this blog hop. The first one is a little notebook.
All the products in the new Autumn-Winter Mini Catalogue are in bold blue. You can see the new mini catalogue here.

Card – Not Quite Navy and Pool Party
Big Shot – Adorned Accents Edgelits and Textured Impressions Folders; Elegant Bird Bigz Die
Blushing Bride Pleated Satin Ribbon
Twitterpated Buttons

My next project is a little box that will fit 4 post-it-notes or other little notebooks.
Stamps – Mixed Bunch
Card – Pear Pizzazz, Baja Breeze and Whisper White
Designer Series Paper – Twitterpated
Ink – Cherry Cobbler and Daffodil Delight
Big Shot – Scallop Envelope Die
Punch – Blossom
Ribbon – Baja Breeze Pleated Satin
I hope you like these projects. Pop back on Tuesday for the tutorial on how to make each project.
Now the next stop on the blog hop is  TinaHewett. If you think you’ve missed some inspiration, the full list of participants is listed below. Thank you so much for stopping by and if you have time, I’d love to read your comments.
1. Tayna Bell
2. Michelle Grech
3. Jane Norrish
4. Juliette Chapman
5. Pauline Bennetts
6. Alison Barclay
7. Keryn Campbell
8. Sharlene Meyer
9. Theresa “Tess” Schirmer
10. Caroline Cassidy
11. Michelle Halling
12. Leonie Schroder
13. Delys Cram
14. Libby Dyson
15. Tina Hewett
16. Kelly Nelson
17. Yvonne Walker
18. Alisa Tilsner
19. Nicole Mitchell-Stalker
20. Peggy Quarmby
21. Andrea Buckland
22. Carolyn Bennie
23. Narelle Hoggard
24. Monique Fielder
25. Nicole Derendorf
Products from the new mini catalogue are available to order from today. Why not book a demonstration or a workshop so you can see a range of the new products ‘in the flesh’. I’d love to share some more projects with you. Please contact me if I can be of help with your purchases or booking a demonstration or workshop.

Remember, your creativeness is only limited by your imagination. Keep smiling and until next we share …

About LibbyD

Hi, I'm Libby. I'm a wife, mother, Gran and sister. I'm also an Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator! in Australia. I love all things Stampin' Up! Making meaningful connections is important to me and I value the long lasting friendships I have made through Stampin' Up! I knit, cross-stitch, sew and get inky with stamps, ink and paper. Connect with me to find out more Have a look around and please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or would like to arrange your own Stampin' Up! workshop (FREE) or find out about classes. Call 0410 315 786 Email

20 thoughts on “ESAD Blog Hop

  1. Hi Libby

    Gorgeous projects there! Love them!! I came across that little box with the envelope die just this last week and can’t wait to have a go!!

    I love your notebook with the Elegant Bird on it!! Very Nice 🙂

    Caroline 🙂

  2. Libby I just adore that little post-it note holder made from the scallop envelope die! Might have to CASE that one if you don’t mind.

  3. Your creations are so gorgeous! Love the bird die cut – he looks so much nicer in the flesh, than in a catalogue. PS: Love your quote at the bottom of your post.
    Margaret Knoops

  4. Oooo, I’m off to hunt for the tutorial for the scallop envelop box too! Would love another use for that die 🙂
    And your bird notebook makes me think about that die more too 🙂

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