Making Merry Monday #7
Cardmaking ideas for kids - #GDP095

New Stampin' Up! Favourites

ESAD Favourites July 2017

Time to share some more love from the Stampin' Up! 2017-2018 Annual Catalogue. It's just over a month old now, and my Stampin' Up! demonstrator friends on the Facebook Group ESAD are loving it! So tonight we are sharing the love with you!

You may have arrived here from the blog of Maree McIntosh, or you may be starting here, either way, welcome!

I've chosen to work on some Christmas in July projects - it always seems that way as the new catalogue always starts just when I am about to start planning those fun wintertime events, so I was very pleased to see the gorgeous new product suite, BE MERRY in the catalogue.

Be Merry Stampin' Up!

 Before I go ahead and show you my projects, just in case you are wondering what ESAD is . . . 

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I loved having a play with the Merry Mistletoe Stamp Set and the Be Merry Designer Series Paper and to get myself started, I decided to CASE one of the cards on page 112 of the catalogue. You can see I changed it a little, leaving out the vellum layer but schoozing up the banner label.

Be Merry Stampin' Up3

Creating this card left me with two leftover strips of the DSP which loaned themselves beautifully to a simple white on white card, with a jazzy label. I've used the very yummy new Dynamic Embossing Folder "Ruffled" on the top white layer - but unfortunately in our blue grey winter daylight it's a bit hard to capture in a photo!

Be Merry Stampin' Up4

 This got my mojo really happening and I started playing around with another half a dozen fun simple cards using the stamps and Designer Series Paper. None of these are stuck down yet, I want to incorporate the Boxwood Wreaths and the Cherry Cobbler Stitched Ribbon, but you can see the track I am taking - and I just have to say, I am SO loving the traditional Christmas colours!

Be Merry Stampin' Up1

Be Merry Stampin' Up2

I can't wait to finish them off, but in the meantime, please leave some comment love in the comments section and then you could continue on the blog hop to the blog of Rosalie Desmond by clicking on the next arrow.

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If you get lost on the blog hop, please come back to this list and find your way again! Have fun! xx

Blog hop participants:

  1. Josie Dean
  2. Nicole Wilson
  3. Carolina Evans
  4. Kim Oliver
  5. Sandra Mastello
  6. Lou Kitzelman
  7. Kelly Kent
  8. Cheryl Algie
  9. Rebecca Scurr
  10. Sharon Dalton
  11. Leonie Schroder
  12. Monique Fielder
  13. Courtenay Heuston
  14. Terri Hawke
  15. Barbara Williams
  16. Kristel Rimmer
  17. Maree McIntosh
  18. Kathryn Ruddick
  19. Rosalie Desmond
  20. Linda Whalley
  21. Amity Knight
  22. Peta Stephen
  23. Megan Lenske
  24. Richelle Fletcher
  25. Carly Middleton

 

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