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ESAD Mothers Day Blog Hop

Posted on April 22, 2010 at 9:49 AM

Hello everyone!

I hope you’re ready for the ESAD Mothers Day Blog Hop! This Blog Hop not only has some great ideas for mothers day cards and gifts, but the projects also incorporates using the fabulous new Stampin’ Up! Big Shot Die Cutting Machine. So grab a cupper and enjoy.

 

If you are following the Blog Hop, you should have arrived from Gardenia Pepworth's creations via http://alittlelessuseless.wordpress.com/2010/04/23/esad-mothers-day-blog-hop/  if not you can always go back and check out all Gardenia's creations later.

 

My first project on show is one of my classes (in-home or class by mail) – this would make a great Mothers Day Gift or gift for any occasion – see Class Information for more info in regards to my classes.

 

I recently saw a photo of a card organiser on our ESAD picture gallery by Kris McIntosh and it reminded me that I had this on a to-do list to offer as a class. I am really happy with how it come out and I have had quite a few orders already from people wanting them made as gifts.

My yearly card organiser includes a pocket for each month of the year for cards to be held organized for giving, plus a special Christmas Card list.

 

I have printed the dates of each month onto Stampin’ Up! Cardstock and then die cut using the Stampin’ Up! Big Shot machine and Top Note Die.

 

 

I have then finished this off with various stamped embellishments and wire binding. Don’t you just want to make one for yourself?? Check out my class information for class options and further information.

 

The second project is a sneak peak at an upcoming Scrapbooking Mini Album class. This Album has been inspired by Jacqui Carter, a very creative friend and has been made together, in conjunction with my great upline Kerri Hunter and Jacqui.

 

The Handmade Scrapbook Album class includes an 18 pages made from scratch, each page is different and interactive, full pop up, pop out, pull out, spin, tags, etc and lots more on each page, with a place for over 40 photos.

 

The class will be held Sunday 13 June 2010 – 10am to 4pm at the Lake Wendouree Football Clubrooms, Ballarat. To express your interest in attending, please contact me for further information.

 

Thanks very much for reading my blog, the next Blog Hop in line is Lisa Jansen, you can find Lisa’s creations by clicking this link http://www.lisajansen.com.au  

 

Remember there is lots of ESAD blog candy up for grabs, so please ensure you leave a comment on each participants Blog to be in the running and then send an e-mail confirming this to Sharlene at stampwithsharlene@hotmail.com

 

Please note: my blog has a feature that I cannot turn off or stop (but members can, so please feel free to join my site, its free) – otherwise you will receive an email each time someone leaves a comment. You can either just ignore and delete these emails or join my site, which is quite easy to do and easily turn off the pesky notification feature. I do hope this does not deter you from leaving comments.

 

Happy Stampin’

Kind Regards

Angela

 

What is ESAD you say? - ESAD stands for Extra Special Australian (and New Zealand) Demonstrators and it is an online group just for Australian and New Zealand demonstrators for Stampin’ Up!

 

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 its 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.

 

Edited to add - here is a complete list of blogs to everyone participating, incase you lose your way.

Gardenia http://alittlelessuseless.wordpress.com 

Angela (myself)  http://www.kintakards.webs.com

Lisa http://www.lisajansen.com.au

Nicki http://www.createwithnicki.wordpress.com

Angie http://www.stampindreams.com.au

Andrea http://www.creatingcardswithandrea.blogspot.com

Ros http://www.rosdavidson.typepad.com

Juliette http://juleskraftikrafts.blogspot.com

Steph http://stampingwithsteph.com.au

Debbie http://debsstampincreations.blogspot.com

Nikki http://www.inkyart.com.au

Melissa http://melbarkwith.wordpress.com

Jane http://www.janenorrish.com

Susan http://www.catsinkcorporated.blogspot.com

Keryn http://www.kerynscards.blogspot.com

 

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28 Comments

Reply Richelle
5:03 AM on May 17, 2010 
This reminds me, I really must make some of these up!! Thanks for the inspiration - love it with the upsy daisy set :)
Reply Allison Brudenell
2:15 AM on April 29, 2010 
Thanks for the inspiration :D
Reply Mary Kelly
12:56 AM on April 25, 2010 
The organisers are a great idea and yours is lovely and your new class project looks brilliant.
Mary
Reply Joanne
9:56 PM on April 24, 2010 
You have given me many beautiful ideas for when I get time to be crafty again! Hopefuly I'll be well organised for Christmas gifts!
Reply Tanja Souter
9:00 PM on April 24, 2010 
Hi Lisa,apologies if you get multiple comments from me I am haing trouble getting them to work. Love your great card organiser! Thanks for sharing.
Reply Angie Brown
5:32 PM on April 24, 2010 
I love you card organizer, I must make one myself ~ it's been on the must make list for a long time :) seeing yours all pretty and finished makes me want to make one soon. Thanks for sharing
Reply Angie Brown
5:32 PM on April 24, 2010 
I love you card organizer, I must make one myself ~ it's been on the must make list for a long time :) seeing yours all pretty and finished makes me want to make one soon. Thanks for sharing
Reply Angie Brown
5:31 PM on April 24, 2010 
I love you card organizer, I must make one myself ~ it's been on the must make list for a long time :) seeing yours all pretty and finished makes me want to make one soon. Thanks for sharing
Reply Jane Norrish
4:37 AM on April 24, 2010 
Love the card organiser with the Top Note die and the mini scrapbook looks fascinating. Good luck with your class.
Reply Liz Halbisch
4:20 AM on April 24, 2010 
Very beautiful and making my fingers itch to do some crafting - thanks for sharing!
Reply Jenny
1:24 AM on April 24, 2010 
Love you work tfs.
Reply kintakards
6:52 PM on April 23, 2010 
melanie says...
Love the album! I cant wait til Im clever enough to do stuff like that myself...(still a bit new to the craft yet)

Hi Melanie, I have every faith that you are already clever enough. It is amazing how quickly we can pick things up. give it a try.
Reply kintakards
6:47 PM on April 23, 2010 
Donna Zammit says...
Angela these are 2 amazing projects. I love the idea of the card organizer. I kept thinking I don't need one of these, but have changed my mind since taking up card making, mind you I still don't have one. I will have to rectify this. TFS. Cheers Donna Zammit

This should keep me organised, I spend plenty of time making cards for others and forget until the last minute for my own.
Reply kintakards
6:46 PM on April 23, 2010 
Diana says...
Wow that card organiser is stunning - love it - did you just get the wire binding done at Officeworks?

Hi Diana
I just went to my local printing shop for this one, Office works would be fine also, but for my classes, i have just gotten my own wire binding system. any type of binding just finishes it off nicely.
Reply Cathryn
9:22 AM on April 23, 2010 
Angela, you have inspired me with your beautiful card organiser. Another very professional project on the blog hop.
Reply Diana
9:07 AM on April 23, 2010 
Wow that card organiser is stunning - love it - did you just get the wire binding done at Officeworks?
Reply Donna Zammit
5:55 AM on April 23, 2010 
Angela these are 2 amazing projects. I love the idea of the card organizer. I kept thinking I don't need one of these, but have changed my mind since taking up card making, mind you I still don't have one. I will have to rectify this. TFS. Cheers Donna Zammit
Reply Nicki Turner
4:17 AM on April 23, 2010 
Nice projects! The card holder is neat. I really love the look of your mini scrapbook and would love to see more.
Reply sharna
12:50 AM on April 23, 2010 
hi, i love your organiser, i really need to make one for ,yself so i can keep my b/days in order, hten maybe i wont forget any. the album is really fantastic
Reply Sue Holland
12:41 AM on April 23, 2010 
Great projects and such lovely gift ideas.

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