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Sunday, January 27, 2013

It's time to Hop!!!!

Hi everyone,

Welcome to ESAD's 2013 SAB Blog Hop!!!

Before we start I can hear you asking yourself "What is ESAD?"

Well ESAD stands for "Extra Special Australasian Demonstrators" and it is an online group for just 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 what we love for what we do with other 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 from either Australia or New Zealand , then please feel free to click here to join our wonderful group.

You may have arrived at my blog from the talented Narelle, but if you are starting here don't worry you will be able to hop all the way around just by clicking on the links that are provided on each blog post. I will also pop a full list of blogs, with links, that are participating today so if you get lost you can always use that to find your way around.

Now I suggest you go and get yourself a cuppa as there are 25 of us participating today. Please don't forget to leave comments. We love getting comments.

So without further ado here are my projects for you today.





I started off by thinking I wanted to use the gorgeous Sycamore Street DSP. What better way to showcase it than altering either a note book or a Diary? I managed to pick up a day to a page A5 diary for $5 and here I have a gorgeous diary for the year.















So then I remembered I had a heap of small tab calenders that I hadn't used so, I then made a desktop calender to match. The stamp set is the co-ordinating stamp set  Madison Avenue. No your eyes are not deceiving you I have used Summer Starfruit to stamp the images.
The cool thing about this calendar is that it can go flat for posting.



I still had a strip or two of the one sheet of DSP left so what else to do? Make a post-it note holder. I don't know about you but I go through a lot of post-it notes. I have made heaps of these post-it note holders but never one for me!!! Yes they are made with my own dimensions and if you would like a copy of my PDF to make one, just contact me and I will be happy to email to you for free. Please note that the dimensions are metric only.













So when all is done and you put them together you have a lovely desk set.


Materials Used:
Stamp Set: Madison Avenue (SAB 2013)
Paper: Rich Razzleberry, Pool Party, Summer Starfruit,  Whisper White, Sycamore Street DSP (SAB 2013)
Ink: Summer Starfruit, Rich Razzleberry, Lucky Limeade
Other: Scallop Trip Border Punch, Typeset Alphabet Bigz, 3/8" Pool Party Ruffled Ribbon
Rich Razzleberry Glimmer Brad (Brights collection), Circle Punch from Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack, Rhinestone Basic Jewels

I then decided I should make some cards, so I decided to use the Madison Avenue Stamp set that co-ordinates with the Sycamore Street DSP. You will also notice the Vine Street Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. Once again all co-ordinating. Don't you just love Stampin' Up! for that?

Materials Used:
Stamp Sets: Madison Avenue (SAB 2013), Curly Cute, Teeny Tiny Sentiments
Paper: Tangerine Tango, Island Indigo, Rich Razzleberry, Pool Party, Whisper White, 
Sycamore Street DSP (SAB 2013)
Ink: Tangerine Tango, Pool Party, Rich Razzleberry, Lucky Limeade
Other: Dotted Scallop Border Ribbon Punch, Vine Street Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Smallest Die from Floral Frames Framelits, Flower Punch from Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack, 3/8" Island Indigo Ruffled Ribbon, 1/4" Rich Razzleberry Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon, Large Oval Punch, Scallop Oval Punch, Rhinestone Basic Jewels.

I also got the set Feeling Sentimental, so I decided to make some cards using that set.

I just love the images in this set and I feel that they will be good for masculine cards. Having lived in the UK I remember telephone boxes looking like the one in the top card. Rather than just using the sentiment that came in the set I decided to use some that seemed more appropriate so I used Word Play.

Materials Used:
Stamp Sets: Feeling Sentimental, Word Play,
Paper: Crumb Cake, Riding Hood Red, Early Espresso, Not Quite Navy, Very Vanilla
Ink: Riding Hood Red, Early Espresso, Not Quite Navy
Other: Linen Thread, Extra Large Oval Punch

Now it is time for you to hop off to check out what goodies the clever Rebecca has for you.

Thank you for looking.

'Til next time


Juliette

As promised the list of all blogs participating today.

1. Chloe Evans (www.chloscraftcloset.blogspot.com )
2. Emily Campbell (www.tinykiwicards.blogspot.com)
3. Rochelle Blok (www.rochelleblok.blogspot.com.au)
4. Jenny Humphreys (www.stampinbytheseatofmypants.blogspot.com)
5. Andrea Buckland (www.creatingcardswithandrea.blogspot.com)
6. Ann Gerlach (www.discoversu.com)
7. jenny Hayward (www.astampingjourney.wordpress.com)
8. Anna Mathieson (www.stampwithanna.com)
9. Bron Heslop (www.bronheslop.wordpress.com)
10. Debbie Spijers (www.atimetostamp.com)
11. Pauline Bennetts (www.paulinebennetts.com/stampede)
12. Kristina Collett (www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/kristinacollett/blog)
13. Nikki Sadler (www.inkyart.com.au)
14. Jane Norrish (www.janenorrish.com)
15. Christie Kunkel (www.christiescreativecorner.blogspot.com)
16. Monique Fielder (www.stamping-with-moni-q.blogspot.com.au)
17. Elisabeth Stewart (www.elisabethstewart.com)
18. Tayna Bell (www.stampingt.com.au)
19. Gail Kriby (www.stampwithgail.blogspot.com)
20. Michelle Grech (www.stampmeshell.wordpress.com)
21. Narelle Fasulo (www.simplystampinwithnarelle.blogspot.com.au)
22. Juliette Chapman (www.juleskraftikrafts.blogspot.com) That's me!!!
23. Rebecca Scurr (www.stampinwithrebecca.wordpress.com)
24. Keryn Campbell (www.kerynscards.blogspot.com)
25. Narelle Hoggard (www.handmadebynarelle.wordpress.com)

15 comments:

Narelle said...

Wow Juliette, love what you have done. Very nice.

stampwithanna.com said...

Beautiful projects. Thanks so much for the inspiration

Keryn Campbell said...

So many gorgeous projects Juliette. That desk set is sure to be a favourite of yours for the rest of the year.

Jenny Hayward said...

Wow! Juliette you have been busy! Love ALL the projects. Not sure which is my favourite but I will be adding them all to my CASE file.

Jenny

Anonymous said...

Juliette, all your projects are just gorgeous. They are all my favourite! Cheers Donna Z :)

Monique said...

Juliette I love your desk set, very cute.

Chloe said...

Awesome work Juliette. The diary, calender and post it note holder are such a brilliant Teachers Gift... maybe I need to case these for later in the year. Oh and I love what you have done with the Feeling Sentimental stamps. Perfect male cards, which I always find hard to make.

TFS xx

Alisha said...

You have been very busy Juliette!! I love your stationary set of calendar, notebook et al. The cards are just beautiful also TFS.

Paula Reid said...

You've done a great job with the desk set. I too love the DSP and the colours in the paper are fab.

Richelle said...

Wow, you've been busy! Absolutely love the diary and desk set! :)

Rochelle Blok said...

Lovely Juliette! I really love your desk set! The colours look fantastic together! Awesome job!

Kristina Collett said...

Your desk set is sensational! TFS

delysc said...

wow Juliette! Love all of your projects!

Margaret said...

Good heavens! You have been very busy!! This post is full of beautiful cards and the desk set is fabulous! I have never seen a post it holder made this way and would love to have the directions! Such a fabulous display of all of the new items!

Anonymous said...

Everything looks beautiful... well done. Love your little post it note holder. Great idea

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