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Sale-A-Bration Blog Hop with ESAD!

24/01/2012

YAY! Sale-A-Bration (SAB) is here! It’s the very best time of the Stampin’ Up! year! And this year it’s even better – not only can you get free stampsets, but there is also some DELICIOUS Designer Series Paper (DSP), and gorgeous ribbons and brads. Just spend NZ$120, and you can choose from the fabulous selection in the SAB brochure.

And today, being the first day of Sale-A-Bration, we at ESAD have a special treat to get those creative juices flowing – a blog hop! You may have come here from checking out Monique Fielder’s beautiful creations, or you may be a regular visitor here – either way, welcome, and enjoy!

But first, let me tell you what ESAD is!

 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.

Now for my project! It is my Mum’s birthday today, and on Sunday we gathered as a family to celebrate her. I had bought her some Pandora charms for her bracelets, and wanted to make a pretty box for them. So I made this one, (using a pattern by Kirsten Brown on UStamp with Dawn and Friends), using the fabulous SAB DSP and a piece of SU! window sheet. But it didn’t look right just throwing the charms in the box by themselves, so I stamped some tissue paper using one of the cute new SAB stampsets, too. I thought it look great with the matching DSP!

And I made a card to go with it:

It’s so easy using the Stampin’ Up! markers (here I used Poppy Parade and Lucky Limeade, to match the paper), to colour your stamp with the separate colours, then ‘huff’ on them to moisten the ink, then stamp!

(I also made Mum a boxed set of cards, but you can come back tomorrow to see them – they’re not part of SAB!)

To continue the blog hop, go and visit the very talented Felicity Fernandez. Thank you for visiting – have a wonderful day!

PS. Happy Birthday, Mary! We love you! 🙂

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32 Comments leave one →
  1. 24/01/2012 12:23

    Love how you’ve finished off your gift box with the matching tissue paper Bron.

  2. 24/01/2012 12:30

    wow love it … you can send me pandora charms anytime!!

  3. 24/01/2012 13:46

    So love how everything is co ordinated….even the tissue paper. Love it

  4. Janine permalink
    24/01/2012 13:48

    Yes, love them too – your attention to detail really makes them gorgeous!

  5. 24/01/2012 14:21

    Love the box and matching tissue paper. Just gorgeous.

  6. 24/01/2012 15:05

    Oooh what a beautiful Idea!!
    Well Done ♥

  7. 24/01/2012 16:22

    love it – all so very pretty!

  8. Caroline Cassidy permalink
    24/01/2012 17:02

    Just gorgeous Bron!! Always need to package Pandora charms in something bigger!! lol

  9. 24/01/2012 17:21

    What a great way to package a gift Bron, love it!

  10. 24/01/2012 17:26

    Your idea to do the stamped tissue paper is so clever! I really like your card too – it is very classic & clean. 🙂

  11. Jacinta permalink
    24/01/2012 18:40

    Wow, what a lovely job you’ve done with your projects. Lovely way to give a small gift.

  12. 24/01/2012 19:34

    Love the idea with the tissue paper, so pretty. Love the box too!!

  13. 24/01/2012 19:37

    Oh Bron! So pretty!!!

  14. 24/01/2012 19:40

    Oh, I love the stamped tissue paper Bron – it finishes off the whole gift so beautifully!!

  15. 24/01/2012 19:54

    What a beautiful gift set Bron even down to the matching tissue paper!. Your Mum would have loved them. TFS!

    Jenny

  16. Donna Zammit permalink
    24/01/2012 20:53

    Love how everything co-ordinates, right down to the tissue paper! Cheers Donna Zammit 🙂

  17. Liz Parsons permalink
    24/01/2012 21:01

    I especialyy love the tissue paper stamped. The birthday card is beautiful. Does did you do tehe oval piece in the middle. IS the single flower from the same set?

    • bronheslop permalink*
      24/01/2012 21:15

      Hi Liz – the oval piece is an embossing folder, and the single flower comes from the Blessed Mother stampset. Thank you for your comment!

  18. Mary permalink
    24/01/2012 21:33

    Yes I did love the special packaging for my Pandora charms, lucky me. (And the Pandora charms of course)’

  19. 24/01/2012 23:07

    What a lovely set. The recipient will be thrilled

  20. 24/01/2012 23:14

    Love that stamp, great projects!

  21. 24/01/2012 23:29

    What a beautiful gift set. I stamped on tissue paper for the first time this Christmas and couldn’t believe how effective it is. Thanks for sharing.

  22. Linda McAllister permalink
    25/01/2012 01:19

    What a lovely present, anyone would be thrilled to bits to receive this. Just lovely.

  23. 25/01/2012 02:04

    What a beautiful present for your Mum- a gorgeous little set- she must have loved it! I have never thought of stamping on tissue paper to wrap a gift- really lovely.

  24. 25/01/2012 13:46

    I love this project and now have to dust off my embossing frames folder and have another play. The stamping on tissue paper is a fantastic idea.

    TFS

    Tess

  25. yvonne permalink
    27/01/2012 10:46

    Love your projects, stamping on tissue paper is a great idea.

  26. 28/01/2012 16:56

    Really gorgeous! Lucky Mum!

  27. 31/01/2012 15:47

    So very pretty, I especially love the stamped paper!

  28. 31/01/2012 16:18

    Bron – what an amazing gift. I would never have thought to stamp onto tissue paper as gift wrapping, but this really makes the gift extra special.

  29. 31/01/2012 16:36

    Ooh, I do love gift co-ordination. Your box & card is beautiful & the stamped tissue must have taken ages! Lovely Bron.

  30. Steph permalink
    31/01/2012 22:36

    Love the whole set – it’s been said, your colour choices and attention to detail are beautiful.

  31. 05/02/2012 05:41

    The gift box is fantastic! The stamped tissue paper was perfect for concealing the beautiful contents! Your card is gorgeous too and I’m sure your Mum appreciated these hand made gifts!

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