Tuesday, 2 July 2013

2013/2014 Annual Catalogue Blog Hop


Yep, it's that time of year again - new catalogue time!! So exciting!! This year we are starting things off with a BANG!! A blog hop on the very first day that the catalogue goes live!
I am so glad that you have found me, whether you are just starting on your hopping with my blog, or you have come from kerryn's blog - welcome!!


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.

So let's get on with the hop!
I absolutely loved the look of the Gingham Garden Designer Series Paper when I saw it in the new catalogue and couldn't wait to order it when we had our pre-order last month! So when we decided to do a blog hop for the new catalogue, I instantly knew what I was going to make - stationery! I made three samples for today and here is the first one:


This is a little notepad holder made from cardstock with a small notepad inside decorated with a strip of matching dsp. Quick and easy - I liked it so much that I made a few more from retired dsp for my upcoming launch. The notepad holder measures 8cm x 21 cm, you can alter the size easily to suit any notepads you have.
 
 
The second sample is a cute little holder filled with notecards and matching envelopes, decorated with Gingham Garden dsp and the matching washi tape. Check out the bow - I made it by sticking daffodil delight washi tape to whisper white organza ribbon and tying it into a bow! I love the new washi tape - I am definitely a convert to the washi tape craze!
The holder measures 11.5 x 3.5 x 9cm and the notecards measure 14.8 x 10.5cm, perfect size to send through the post!
 
 
This last sample is one of our clear mount cases, decorated and filled with a full-size notepad and matching SU! Logo pen.There is even a little pocket for bits and pieces on the other side. I made 3 of these (differently decorated) for my roomies and I for Convention recently, they are really handy! The clear mount covers come in a set of 4 for $9.95, and I picked up the notepads in a pack of 5 from my local grocery store for about $5, so these would make really cute, inexpensive gifts!
 

 
So here is my little set all together - what did you think? I love the bright colours of this DSP, I am not usually a yellow person, but it was just so cheery I couldn't help myself! I would love your feedback, so please leave some comment love below!
 
I used the following:
Gingham Garden DSP (129310) , Daffodil Delight cardstock (121680), Shisper White cardstock (106549), Clear Mount Cases (119105), Whisper White Organza ribbon (114319), Gingham Garden Washi Tape (129314), Rhinestone Basic Jewels (119246), Stampin Dimensionals (104430), Artisan Label Punch (130920), Scallop Oval Punch (119856), Large Oval Punch (119855), 1 3/4 Circle Scallop Punch (119854), 1 3/8 Circle Punch (119860), 7/8 Circle Punch (129404), Artisan Label Punch (130920), 1 3/4 Circle Punch (119850), Daffodil Delight Ink Pad (126944), Label Love Stamp Set (130622) and Express Yourself Hostess Stamp Set (130339).
 
If you would like to know how to make any of  these stationery samples, let me know, I would love to get together and show you! If you would like to order any of the product I used, click here to go to my store to place your order!
 
I hope you have enjoyed my samples and if you would like to continue on the blog hope click the link to continue on to Sharlene's blog - she is just so amazingly talented!!
 
I have added the entire list below, so if for any reason you get lost or sidetracked on your journey, you can come back here and find the next blog to link to! Thanks so much for stopping by, I loved having you here, and I would really love to hear from you, so please leave a comment :)
 
Until next time,
Kylie xxx
 


Michelle Grechwww.stampmeshell.wordpress.com

2. Juliette Chapmanwww.juleskraftikrafts.blogspot.com

3. Michelle Hallingwww.michellehcreations.blogspot.com

4. Keryn Campbellwww.kerynscards.blogspot.com

5. Kylie Clemmencewww.stampinwithkylie.blogspot.com - you are here!
6. Sharlene Meyerwww.magpiecreates.com
7. Anne Willswww.superstamper.blogspot.com

8. Gail Kirbywww.stampwithgail.blogspot.com

9. Rochelle Blok
www.rochelleblok.blogspot.com.au

10. Andrea Buckland
www.creatingcardswithandrea.blogspot.com

11. Delys Cramwww.delysc.wordpress.com

12. Chloe Evanswww.chloscraftcloset.blogspot.com

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

14. Christie Kunkelwww.christiescreativecorner.blogspot.com

15. Jenny Humphreys
www.stampinbytheseatofmypants.blogspot.com

16. Tayna Bellwww.stampingt.com.au

17. Marsha Hullandwww.smudgeinks.blogspot.com.au

18. Richelle Fletcherwww.stampingwithrichelle.blogspot.com

19. Libby Dysonwww.libbystampz.blogspot.com.au

20. Anna Mathiesonwww.stampwithanna.com

21. Corina Beyer
www.beyondinkstamper.com

22. Emily Campbell
www.tinykiwi.blogspot.com

23. Narelle Hoggardwww.handmadybynarelle.wordpress.com
24. Amity Knightwww.stampinamity.wordpress.com

25. Angie Joneswww.angiescraftfusion.blogspot.com.au/ and



18 comments:

  1. Kylie, The colours are fantastic, im also not normally a brights person but these look great. TFS

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  2. Fabulous project Kylie - that paper is really calling to me now.

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  3. Great project Kylie. I love that DSP also

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  4. so very cheery and bright :) love this paper

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  5. Thanks girls, I really enjoyed creating for and being a part of the blog hop!

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  6. what an adorable set! very pretty indeed.

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  7. Great Stationery ideas here Kylie. I love the designs you have created. The colours are bright and happy too.

    Jenny

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  8. Gorgeous projects Kylie! Definitely 'need' that DSP now :)

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  9. Oh love this idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Awesome projects Kylie, you've used that DSP beautifully!

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  11. Great projects Kylie, love the bright colors, tfs!

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  12. loving what you have done with the DSP. Its so pretty.

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  13. A beautiful happy & summery collection Kylie to brighten up the cold Winter. Love them all.
    Inky wishes, Di

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  14. Thanks everyone - I really appreciate your lovely comments!
    Kylie xxx

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  15. Gorgeous and bright! Love your projects and I've been thinking about doing some stationery sets with those clear cases so this may be the starting inspiration

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