ESAD Blog hop- sale-a-bration

esad sale-a-bration blog hop

Welcome. You will have arrived here from Chloe’s blog. I’m sharing a scrapbooking page with you today. I have taken the Heartfelt Banner Kit (pictured above) and used it to create a scrapbooking page.

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I love the texture of the linen banner. The calypso coral stamped really well on the linen banner. I was very impressed. I used images from another Sale-a-bration freebie set call Petal Parade. This one comes with 5 stamps. It’s beautiful.

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I’m a sucker for an arrow. I love them for scrapbooking. This arrow images is another one from Petal Parade. You can barely see in this image the embossed linen on the banner. I used the freebie embossing folder from Sale-a-bration for this too. I love embossing folders.

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The banner kit is so great. It even comes with the twine to hang your banner and a needle! I like the detail of the swirled twine. Just add a little bit of glue to your fingers and then make the twine into a loop and will stay adhered. Tombow is amazing glue. It is so strong. It’s my glue of choice.

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The banner kit even comes with these cute little clothes pegs. How adorable are they?

What is Sale-a-bration? Sale-a-bration runs from the 28th January to 31st March 2014 and it is a great way to earn free products. Every $90 you spend you receive a free item from the sale-a-bration catalogue. There are so many items; embossing folders, punches, stamps, card kits, the Heartfelt Banner Kit I used in this project, digital files from My Digital Studio (MDS).

It is also  a wonderful time to host a party because qualifying hosts get an extra $50 to spend. It is fabulous. If you would like any information on hosting a workshop/party please contact me and we can arrange a date.

What is ESAD?

ESAD

stands for "Extra Special Australasian Demonstrators" and it is an

on-line group just for Australian and New Zealand Stampin’ Up!

demonstrators.

We love what we do & love to share with our customers, friends, and

wonderful 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 and I’ll contact you with

information on how to join our wonderful group.

 

Your next stop is Alisha. If you get lost there is a link below for all of the blog posts in the hop.

 

1.  Narelle Hoggard

www.handmadebynarelle.wordpress.com

2.  Kathryn Ruddick

www.katlodesigns.com

3.  Nikki Sadler

http://www.nikkisadler.com

4.  Emily Campbell

www.tinykiwicards.blogspot.co.nz


5.  Keryn Campbell

www.kerynscards.com

6.  Leonie Schroder

www.stamp-a-latte.com

7.  Chloe Evans

www.chloscraftcloset.blogspot.com

8.  Amity Knight

www.stampinamity.com.au

9.  Alisha Watson

www.ratherbstamping.blogspot.com

10.  Ann Gerlach

www.discoversu.com

11.  Delys Cram

www.delysc.wordpress.com

12.  Monique Fielder

www.stamping-with-moni-q.blogspot.com

13. Andrea Buckland

www.creatingcardswithandrea.blogspot.com

14.  Paula Reid

www.yellowbearnz.blogspot.com

15.  Pauline Bennetts

www.paulinebennetts.com/stampede

16.  Dianne Dunk

www.stampartbydi.typepad.com

17.  Tamsin Adams

www.tamsinadams.blogspot.com

18.  Corina Beyer

www.beyondinkstamper.com

19.  Richelle Fletcher
www.stampingwithrichelle.blogspot.com
20.  Mel Sharp
www.astampaddiction.com

21.  Christie Kunkel
www.christiescreativecorner.blogspot.com
22.  Nerida Carter
www.stampingjoy.blogspot.com
23.  Gail Kirby
www.stampwithgail.blogspot.com
24.  Michelle Grech
www.stampmeshell.wordpress.com
25.  Sally Williams
www.sallystampingdelights.blogspot.com

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