Sunday, 16 February 2014

New Catalogue ESAD Blog Hop



Hi again every one, I am doing another blog hop with my friends on ESAD, this time it is showing off our new seasonal catalogue products.

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 off to the hop....You may have come here from the Talented Kelly Kent's little home on the web. Don't worry if you didn't, if you follow the links at the end of every page you will eventually do a full circle seeing everyone pieces of art and end up back at the beginning again. Don't forget to leave a short message to let people know you popped past. All the products in this blog hop are available in our new mini seasonal catalogue and if your wish list is over $90 you can also choose a free product from our sale-a-bration items. If its more like mine and you spend more, you can choose more free products as there are no limits, so go look at all these ladies wonderful work and start making your wishlist...I know I will be :-)

Today I am using a new stamp set called So Very Grateful. I have made two cards. My second card I would like to acknowledge stampladykatie as I found her lovely card on google and just had to show you all.



This card I have gone back to my young girl days and coloured (oh how I loved doing that) Then I embossed the card front with the picture already on it to give it a different effect.


I loved this card I saw on google and had to CASE it. The background is white heat embossed as is the panel. A little ribbon and some colour and I was done. 
I love this set as it is so versatile for birthdays, thank you, sympathy or anything really. I will be using this a bit I'm sure.
Anyway off you hop to my lovely friend Di Dunks page, enjoy this blog hop and I hope to hear from you soon.




16 comments:

Christine Blain said...

Beautiful use of this gorgeous stamp set, that I HAD to have, and haven't yet inked up! Love what you've made, Leesh.

clare mcilhatton said...

love the colouring and embossing combo-it always looks so good! tfs :>

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Elizabeth Dyson said...

Just love your colouring and then embossing. Great ideas for using this set. Thanks so much for your inspiration Alisha. Great work.

Sally Williams said...

I Love the way you have used the So Very Grateful stamp set, Alisha
Thanks for the inspiration and sharing

Helen Williams said...

Love your cards TFS

Unknown said...

I'm So Very Grateful I've got this stamp set so I can case your gorgeous cards straight away! Love the bright colours in your first one, and the reminder that I never do heat embossing enough!

Andrea said...

I love what you have done with this set. I love to colour so this is a great set for that.

Keryn Campbell said...

I'm loving the brightly coloured/embossed flowers. TFS.

Yvonne said...

Love your projects thank you for being part of the blog hop.

Yvonne said...

Love your projects thank you for being part of the blog hop.

delysc said...

Lovely cards Alisha! Both cards are totally different and amazing!

Angela Harders said...

Beautiful cards Alisha, they're both gorgeous and different. Thanks so much for sharing.

Jenny Hayward said...

Love the different ways you have used this set Alisha. Thanks for sharing these ideas and your beautiful cards.

Margaret Knoops said...

Wow! Lovely creations Alisha.

Paula Reid said...

I really like your cards - they're great. Embossing really adds something to a project - TFS