ESAD Blog Hop

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“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.”

If you’re following the hop, you’ve arrived here from Ann Gerlach’s blog.

Now to share my projects with you, using products from the new catalogue:

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This is meant for decoration only and would be a sweet gift as a congratulations for the birth of a baby. Little pegs could be added to the line to hand ‘dummies’ from and small things could be used to decorate the saucer.

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PRODUCTS USED:

  • Card – Whisper White, Pink Pirouette and Pear Pizzazz
  • Big Shot – Spiral Flower Originals and Baby’s First
  • Punch – Blossom
  • Stamps – Something for Baby
  • Ink – Pink Pirouette
  • Baker’s Twine – Whisper White
  • Pearl Basic Jewels

My next project is a little box made from Whisper White card and designed especially to fit 3″ x 3″ note cards and envelopes. It would make a great gift for someone who likes to add little notes to gifts or send to friends.

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It has 5 little notes cards and envelopes but could easily hold more. The base of the box is lined to hide the pieces holding the box together.

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I made little tags using scrap pieces of the DSP and punches and tied it to the twine holding the box closed.

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PRODUCTS USED:

  • Card – Whisper White
  • DSP – All Abloom DSP Stack
  • Punches – Scallop Oval, Large Oval, Pansy, Petite Petal, Elegant Butterfly and Bitty Butterfly
  • Pearl Basic Jewels
  • Stamps – Lots of Thanks and A Dozen Thoughts
  • Ink – Island Indigo
  • Thick Baker’s Twine – Pistachio Pudding
  • Baker’s Twine – Whisper White

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My last shares are some little boxes made specifically to hold tea light candles. These make great gifts for many different people and for those hard to find an appropriate gift for.

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These are quite quick and easy to make and fit 4 tea light candles, neatly inside. You can make them with or without a window in them and add a gift tag to the ribbon closure.

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I’ve used a couple of punches adhered together to make the gift tags. You could easily add another punch in Whisper White for the giver to write a note on for the recipient.

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You can see on this box I’ve used the double tag and I’ve used a punch to make a window in the box lid revealing the candles. There is window sheet over the punched shape on the inside of the box. You could just as easily place chocolates or other similar items inside the box.

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PRODUCTS USED:

  • Card – Blackberry Bliss and Whisper White
  • DSP – Moonlight DSP Stack
  • Punches – Modern Label, Word Window, Scallop Oval and Large Oval
  • Stamps –  Lots of Thanks and Teeny Tiny Sentiments
  • Baker’s Twine – Whisper White
  • Ribbon – 3/8″ Stitched Satin Blackberry Bliss
  • Ink – Blackberry Bliss

Don’t forget 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.”

Now continue along on the blog hop and head on over to the    NEXT BLOG – Kelly Kent

All members of the blog hop are listed here:

1.   Emily Campbell

 2.   Kelli Gordon    

3.   Sharlene Meyer    

 4.   Delys Cram 

 5.   Keryn Campbell   

 6.   Monique Fielder 

7.   Kathryn Ruddick   

8.   Narelle Hoggard 

 9.   Ann Gerlach  

10.   Libby Dyson    YOU ARE HERE

 11.  Kelly Kent 

12.  Amity Knight  

13.  Christie Kunkel 

 14.  Louise Layton  

 15.  Andrea Buckland 

 16.  Yvonne Walker 

 17.  Sally Williams   

 18.  Debbie Lamb  

 19.  Nerida Carter 

20.  Richelle Fletcher  

21.  Norelle Targato  

22. Rochelle Blok 

23.  Clare Mcilhatton 

24.  Tracy Speight 

Thank you for stopping by today and I hope you come back again soon to see what else I have to share. Yopu can see all the products I’ve used today in my projects below my signature. Thanks again.

If you would like to purchase Stampin’ Up! Product to complete your paper crafting projects, please shop at my online store.

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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 libby@libbystampz.com

15 thoughts on “ESAD Blog Hop

  1. Great gift ideas – thanks for sharing. I love the baby flower pot basket – what a fabulous idea!

  2. These are all lovely projects Libby. The little Baby pot would be great for a Baby Shower. Love the box and notecards and the tealight box. They all show off the great new products. You have been busy!

  3. Fantastic creations Libby! Love them all! Especially love the flower teacup! Very cute! Thanks for sharing!

  4. There are many types of gifts that can be given for Father’s Day.

    Cufflinks, money clips, and business card cases are just a few gift items that are
    possible to personalize these days. A while back I dated
    a guy for about two years, he was the best “gift giving” guy I’ve
    ever met in my life.

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