Sunday, February 15, 2015

Occasions 2015 & Sale-A-Bration 2015 Bog Hop - ESAD

Hello another blog hop to share our ideas and lovely creations. Hopefully inspiring you for the new year as the kids settle back in to school.


“What is ESAD?
 ESAD stands for "Extra Special Australasian Demonstrators" and is a facebook group just for Australian and New Zealand Independent Stampin' Up! demonstrators.
 We love what we do & love to share with our customers, friends and 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 then I'll contact you with information on how to join our group.”

You may have come from Jenny Hayward - A stamping journey

And  here is what I have created for you.

The first few from the Occasions Catalogue 2015:

I have heat embossed white powder and coloured in with our stampin markers on the reverse, with Strawberry Slush and Crisp Cantalope, Soft Suede and Old Olive. I love it, this card was inspired by the gorgeous Teneale Williams.
Upclose with Tangerine Tango and  Crisp Cantalope. I think I much prefer the other colourway.
Happy Easter card using the Indescribable Gift stamps. Playing with blendabilities again, but I reverted to the blender pens to get the paler pink colour. I used Raspberry Ripple,which I found a little tooo dark. 
I have stamped the butterfly thinlit with colour and placed onto card. Then added more cutouts. A banner adds another dimension as well.
My card from the Sale-A-Bration Catalogue 2015:


A happy thing. Here I have coloured in the stamp using the markers.
I think the emboss on vellum would work for this one too...


AND your next hop is onto : Helen Williams - Crafty Helen, click here on the pic.

Here are the ESAD team members who are playing this hop...


 1.. Libby Dyson - Libby stampz
 2. Bernice Collins - Creative edge blog
 3. Narelle Hoggard - Handmade by Narelle
 4. Leonie Schroder - Stamp a latte
 5. Jenny Hayward - A stamping journey
 6. Tamsin Adams - You are here, here you are...
 7. Helen Williams - Crafty helen
 8. Pauline Bennetts - Pauline bennetts
 9. Monique Fielder - Stamping with moni-q
10.. Nicole Wilson - Nicole julie wilson blog
11. Keryn Campbell - Keryns cards
12.. Clare Mcilhatton - Crafty cow
13.. Ria Kaire - Qrafty queen
14. Kathryn Ruddick - Katlo designs
15. Sally Williams - Sally stamping delights
16.. Tricia Raineri - The speckled sparrow
17. Nerida Carter - Stamping joy
19.. Mel Pagano - Create with mel
19. Rachael Lewsley - My stampin haven 
20.. Amity Knight - Stampin Amity
21. Kelly Kent - My paper craft journey
22. Norelle Targato - Rells paper ink

Email me for any queries, or check into my online shop for Stampin' Up goodies.

Cheers Tamsin Adams
Independent Stampin' Up!® Demonstrator and lover of all crafty things...

18 comments:

clare mcilhatton said...

love the colouring in with the blendies on our easter card-such a pretty selection of colours

Rachael Lewsley said...

Gorgeous work Tamsin :)

Amity Knight said...

Love the Blendies on the vellum. Beautiful.

Keryn Campbell said...

Beautiful work Tamsin. Thanks for being part of the hop.

Tricia said...

Your blendabilities on vellum just looks so stunning, Tamsin. I am really enjoying this blog hop :)

Jenny Hayward said...

These are gorgeous Tamsin. I love the effect of colouring on vellum. Clever idea to ink the butterfly die. :)

Leonie Schroder said...

great project Tamsin :)

Kelly Kent said...

Such a lovely array of cards. I can't decide on a favourite - it's between the stunning technique on the first card and gorgeous simpleness of the last!

Margaret Knoops said...

Gorgeous projects........love the first card using the embossing powder & markers. Just lovely.

handmadebynarelle said...

stunning, I love the effect of the heat embossing, really makes the flower stands out.

Nerida said...

Beautiful work Tamsin, love your first velum card and your blendy work. How lovely are the simple butterfly cards. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

Helen Williams said...

Beautiful cards.
Thanks for sharing Tamsin

Sally Williams said...

I love your cards Tamsin, especially the Indescribable Gifts cards, what a great idea to ink up the Large Butterfly thinlet. TFS :)

Di Barnes said...

Very pretty projects, Tamsin, especially love the embossed & coloured vellum ones. Thanks for sharing.
Inky wishes, Di

Mel Pagano said...

Lovely projects Tasmin. The colouring on the vellum is stunning!

Norelle Targato said...

Beautiful work Tamsin - the colouring is so pretty! :)

Monique said...

I have two favourites from your projects. The beautiful embossed and coloured flower on the first card, and the clever idea to use the butterfly framelit as a stamp!!! Thanks for sharing your creativity.

Kathryn said...

Love your idea of using the framelit for a stamp!