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Sunday, September 16, 2012

ESAD - New Catalogue Blog Hop



Hi everyone,

Welcome to our ESAD new Catalogue Blog Hop. What is ESAD I hear you ask? Well...

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.

You should have come to my blog from the talented Michelle, but if not you are starting here don't worry. As this is a blog hop you should just be able to click on the links in each post to take you all the way around. I will provided a list of all the talented ladies taking part, at the end of my post, just in case you get lost. There are 25 blogs in total - so grab a cuppa, sit back and enjoy your hop. Oh and please feel free to leave some love by the way of comments on our posts. We love comments.

Today I only have the one project to show you - I know a bit unusual for me but it certainly took a bit of time to create. I love Christmas and I love counting down to Christmas - so when 25 & Counting was included in our catalogue naturally there was a bit of a squeal.

I wanted to design an Advent Calendar that looked a bit like a Christmas Tree so here she is in all her glory.

Here is a more side on view
I needed to make sure that the "drawers" were big enough to hold a decent amount of chocolate.

Here is a close up of some "drawers".



As you can see, I decided to use the colours that are from the gorgeous Be of Good Cheer DSP, which are Gumball Green, Cherry Cobbler and Very Vanilla. Now Very Vanilla is great for stamping on, but is not particularly strong I substituted Naturals Ivory to make the Tree.

Thanks for looking and now it is time to hop off and check out Tanya's wonderful creations.

Oh and don't forget to come back at least next week as we are having a Holiday Mini Blog Hop.

Here is the list of all ladies taking part today.

2. Pauline Bennetts - www.paulinebennetts.com/stampede
3. Theresa 'Tess' Schirmer - www.stampinandstuffwithtess.wordpress.com
4. Sharlene Meyer - www.magpiecreates.com
5. Ann Gerlach - www.discoversu.com/
7. Nikki Sadler - www.inkyart.com.au
9. Keryn Campbell - www.kerynscards.blogspot.com
10. Kathryn Ruddick - www.katlodesigns.com
11. Richelle Fletcher - www.stampingwithrichelle.blogspot.com
12. Jane Norrish - www.janenorrish.com
13. Michelle Halling - www.michellehcreations.blogspot.com
14. Juilette Chapman - www.juleskraftikrafts.blogspot.com
15. Tayna Bell - www.stampingt.com.au
19. Delys Cram - www.delysc.wordpress.com
22. Kylie Clemmence - www.stampinwithkylie.blogspot.com
24. Karen McGoldric - www.vivalastamping.blogspot.com.au
25. Sam Simpson - www.gracefulimpressions.blogspot.com

'Til next time.

Thanks for looking,


Juliette

21 comments:

Keryn Campbell said...

Oh Wow! That must have taken you a long time to put together. What a great idea.

Leonie Schroder said...

oh wow ... this is huge ... can i come get some chocolate? lol Thanks for participating in the blog hop and being a part of ESAD :)

pauline bennetts said...

THanks Juliette, looks amazing

Monique said...

Juliette
This is an amazing project, how fun to be at your place this Christmas and opening these in the count down to Christmas Day.
Cheers
Monique

janine jess said...

This is amazing - just gorgeous!! Well done

Anonymous said...

It looks even better in real life :)
Sam wilson

stampinandstuffwithtess said...

ONLY one project ? 'this a truly awesome one . . . . Thanx for sharing
Tess

Jenny Hayward said...

Huge project Juliette but it looks a lot of fun to put together!
TFS

Chloe said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous Juliette!! It must have taken you so long to make and put together, but well worth it.

Bring on Dec 1st !!

Jane Norrish said...

Juliette, I love advent calendars too, who wouldn't! You gave done a beautiful job, thanks for sharing ;-)

Elizabeth Dyson said...

This must have taken forever :) I hope you haven't filled it with chocolate yet as I'm sure it would all be gone very quickly if it were at my place. Such an awesome project. Thanks for being part of the Blog Hop - they're lots of fun :)

Rebecca S said...

Wow, that is amazing!! I love it! I might have to make one too.

Andrea said...

wow love your boxes. great set for an advent calendar.

frommycraftroom said...

Wow. This is fabulous.

Kathryn Ruddick said...

Wow!!!!!!!!! Only one project?? I don't think so! That's awesome! Love it!

Michelle Grech said...

Fantastic effort Juliette it looks awesome. I bet there were a lot of late nights in this one.

Kylie Clemmence said...

Such a lot of work! I love it, thanks so much for sharing it!

Helen said...

This looks wonderful, bet your girls will have fun opening all the drawers (closer to Christmas of course).

Margaret said...

Amazing and so much fun! Each box is decorated so beautifully and the countdown to Christmas will be so exciting with the wonderful drawers to open! Fantastic project!!

Viva la Stamping said...

Awesome job Juliette!

Tina Munzke said...

Wow! Love, love, love it! Are you going to have tutorial for it? I would love to know how you made the boxes and the outside structure.

TFS!!

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