ESAD Blog hop Eastern Palace suite

Thanks for stopping by from Jessie‘s blog. Have you been inspired so far?

Ever see a product in a catalogue and thought, “What were they thinking? How could you use that?” This is one of those suites that the catalogue just doesn’t do it justice. Even the promotional material by Stampin’ Up! isn’t that inspiring BUT when you see samples by fellow demonstrators it is a set with limitless possibilities. Don’t you agree?

Of course I had to do a scrap page with this set. How could I not?

My initial thought with this set was to create a background with all the dies and of course I had to stamp the background and use these amazing sentiments for my page. Who else thought they screamed, “Scrap with me!”?

See how beautiful the layers of stamping and dies looks together?

A few pieces of the Eastern Palace Speciality DSP. I used a strip at the bottom and the top because I felt it finished it off. I fussy cut the flowers from the paper for some added interest and a strip of the same paper to ground my photo.

Of course some enamel shapes and the beautiful tassels from this suite.

Just add Alphabet Labeler and you’ve got a title and the date.

 

Blog Hop Participants:

  1. Kelly Kent
  2. Lou Kitzelman
  3. Nicole Wilson
  4. Kim Oliver
  5. Libby Dyson
  6. Cheryl Algie
  7. Peta Stephen
  8. Maree McIntosh
  9. Leonie Schroder
  10. Kristel Rimmer
  11. Jenny Hayward
  12. Narelle Fasulo
  13. Monique Fielder
  14. Ellen Woodbridge
  15. Rosalie Desmond
  16. Cathy Pinchbeck
  17. Juan Ambida
  18. Carly Middleton
  19. Mandy Depiazzi
  20. Jessie Holton
  21. Amity Knight that’s me
  22. Tanya Bell

 

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19 comments

  1. Great layout Amity. Love how you have demonstrated the use of the suite in scrapbooking. Thanks so much for the inspiration and for participating in the ESAD Blog Hop.

  2. What a wonderful scrap page. I really love the doily like things that you have created. Awesome.

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