Thursday, April 1, 2010

9/10 Autumn-Winter Mini Catalogue Blog Hop!

Hi there!  Welcome to my stop on the ESAD Autumn-Winter Mini Catalogue Blog Hop!  ESAD stands for Extra Special Australian (and New Zealand) Demonstrators and it's an online group for Australian and New Zealand demonstrators for Stampin’ Up!  We run swaps, challenges, tutorials, product know how and cyberstamps and we are always there to help and support each other when it's 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 group.

If you've been following the Blog Hop, then you've come from seeing the gorgeous work of Corinna Buchan.  If you haven't seen any other blogs yet, just keep hopping till you get back here!  We are again offering Blog Candy for our Blog Hop. What you need to do is complete the blog hop until you get back to me. Once you've visited and commented on every blog then you will need to email Sharlene at stampwithsharlene@hotmail.com who will then put your name into the draw for the blog candy. There will be one winner from New Zealand and one winner from Australia.  Please note, Stampin' Up! Demonstrators are not eligible to win the Blog Candy.

On to the creations I have to share with you!  I have a few different projects, so I've kept the details very brief.  If you'd like any more details about any of the work I have here on anywhere on my blog, just leave a comment or send me an email.

I'd like to start with a set that I was thrilled to see when I first saw the Autumn-Winter Mini Catalogue - A Little Treat - isn't that hot air balloon image gorgeous?  The Very Vanilla ribbon at the top is the pull for a sliding door so the card doesn't have to be destroyed to get to the Jaffas!

Materials:
Stamp set - A Little Treat
Cardstock - Rich Razzleberry, Orchid Opulence, Very Vanilla
Inks - Rich Razzleberry, Orchid Opulence
Accessories - Sweet Treat cup, 1 & 3/4" circle punch, Big Shot, Top Note die, Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder, Very Vanilla ribbon


This little project was so quick and easy to whip up, and I think it's pretty cute! 

Materials:
Stamp set - Very Vintage Jumbo wheel
Cardstock - Melon Mambo, Rich Razzleberry
Inks - Rich Razzleberry
Accessories - Big Shot, pillow box die, Heart to Heart punch, Crystal Effects, tombow glue





Another super easy project!  These Pendant Note cards are already die cut for you, so all you need to do is embellish.  I decided to show a really simple way to use these cards, and that's just by using some Designer Series Paper inside the card so it shows through.  Easy!

Materials:
Stamp set - none!
Cardstock - Kraft Pendant Notes
Designer Series Paper - Urban Oasis
Inks - Versamark
Accessories - Black embossing powder, heat tool,




Here are a few gift cards using Fox and Friends.  I orginally posted it here, but thought I'd re-post it with my Blog Hop creations!

Materials:
Stamp set - Fox and Friends, Vintage Labels
Cardstock - Whisper White, Kraft
Inks - Rose Red, Versamark
Accessories - Whisper White ribbon, clear embossing powder, heat tool




Materials:
Stamp set - Fox and Friends, Short and Sweet
Cardstock - Whisper White, Kraft
Inks - Tempting Turquoise, Versamark
Accessories - clear embossing powder, heat tool










And my final project to share with you uses my favourite Autumn-Winter stamp set - Medallion.


Materials:
Stamp set - Medallion, Heard from the Heart
Cardstock - Naturals Ivory, Not Quite Navy, Kraft
Designer Series Paper - Bella Bleu
Inks - Not Quite Navy, Versamark
Accessories - clear embossing powder, heat tool, Big Shot, Top Note die, Very Vanilla ribbon, Scallop border punch


Thanks for visiting my stop on the ESAD Blog Hop!  Don't forget to comment on all the stops to be in the running for some blog candy!  I hope you'll visit me here again soon.  :-)

Your next stop is with Debbie Williams.  Enjoy!


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34 comments:

  1. These are great, I really love how you are using the Medallion stamp.

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  2. Danielle you have been super busy. I love them all. Do like the way you have used the Medallion stamp as well.

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  3. Love what you have done with the Medallion Stamp - truly awesome!

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  4. Totally gorgeous products - my favs are the olow and monkey cards!

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  5. It's so nice to see a card made with a Little Treat - this was a must have for me, but I am struggling to use it so thanks for the inspiration! And you've used my other faves too - Medallion and Fox and Friends - you have impeccable taste!

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  6. Oh my! Danielle, what a busy girl you've been. I luurve the pillow box and the medallion and , and,well everything! You are very talented, thanks for sharing, lots of inky hugs from Charmaine :-)

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  7. Great projects! I love the Medallion and the Monkey!

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  8. Wowzers, you have some serious talent Danielle!

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  9. Allison BrudenellApril 1, 2010 at 3:50 PM

    Gorgeous!
    Thanks for the inspiration!

    Allison Brudenell

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  10. love your work! especially the medallion stamp on the DSP! thanks for sharing!

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  11. Danielle,
    As always gorgeous work - particularly love your designs using the Medallion BG Stamp!
    Corinna

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  12. Gorgeous as always, Danielle! I really love your Medallion projects.

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  13. love all your projects Danielle

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  14. Nice projects Danielle. Love the Medallion card.

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  15. My favourite are the projects you did with the Medallion stamp. Love the colour combination.

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  16. Hi Danielle, gorgeous work as always - I particularly love the Bella Bleu medallion cards! TFS

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  17. Way too much creative talent. I lerve everything. "They look like bought ones", as my DD9 would say. If she really is impressed with a card, this is what she says...this is high praise indeed! Thanks for inspiring. Enjoy your Easter. Cheers Donna Zammit

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  18. I think the cards with the medallion stamp are just gorgeous, followed closely by the hot air balloon.

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  19. Love the Pendant Note cards and the Medallion cards, very elegant. Another stamp I need. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. All of your projects are beautiful Danielle, as always!! I am so excited to hear you're doing a Just Add Ink blog hop too - I can't wait!!

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  21. STunning Danielle. Beautiful work as always.
    Rach:)

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  22. Hi Danielle, Like you ... I love the Little Treat set ... and just had to have it for my Treat Cups! (Didn't have a set for these!) I am wondering how big the pillow box die is??? I am not a "blue girl" at all ... but I am VERY taken with the colour combo you used on your medallion card! Just stunning! Stampin' Hugs, Andrea xxx PS Will keep my eye out for the JAI blog hop!!!

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  23. hi Danielle, i love all of your work, i regularly stop by to see your latest creations, i am so loving the new mini
    Sharna

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  24. Danielle I love how you have used the Medallion stamp. Those colours work really well together.

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  25. You've been a busy girl!! Love all ur projects and will be adding the fox and friends to my ever growing/ never shrinking wishlist

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  26. Whoa, you've been busy,Danielle! The Medallion stamp is my favourite in the new Mini, and I LOVE what you've done with it in with the Bella Bleu paper. Gorgeous.

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  27. I love the fox and friends set cards!

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  28. I love the fox and friends and the Medallion cards that you made. You are so good at using colours and stampset. I am always learning from you :)

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  29. Love what you have done Danielle Some great ideas!Annette

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  30. STOP NOW Danielle!! I seriously love all your projects but that means WAY TOO MUCH stuff to add to my wish list!!

    I hadn't even noticed the Pendant Notes in the catalogue, but what you've done is stunning. And that cute owl - don't think I'll be able to resist that now! Thank you SO much for all the inspiration - I've added your blog to my favourites for future.

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  31. Love that medallion stamp, thanks for sharing your lovely ideas
    Diana

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  32. I am already in love with the medallion stamp and having a relationship with kraft too. I will be back to see what other clever things you do. thanks...

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