Sunday, April 7, 2013

ESAD Seasonal BLOGHOP







Well another day another ESAD BLOG HOP.  Yes you heard that right we have another ESAD Blog Hop and this one is based on the 2013 Seasonal Catalogue Blog Hop.  There are so many fabulous stamp sets and accessories this year it was hard to choose what to work with.  With so many things to choose from in the mini catty I set a challenge for all who are participating to choose 1 item and make this the focus of there projects.

You have come to me from the amazingly talented person that is Karlie Ann 

Remember to leave a comment for the designers to let them know what you think about there designs.

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 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


For my projects I have chosen the Borders Scoring Plate for the Simply Scored.









I love the borders score plate and hope that you will get some amazing use out of it. 

A TIP:

1. When you buy the borders score board it comes with an overlay.  This overlay has a cling film on both sides remember to pull this off, the overlay will then will sit onto your cardstock better.

2.  Ust a piece of sticky note to hold down your cardstock.

 
We had the amazingly talented Anna Mathieson in our blog hop, but unfortunately she had to pull out but here are a couple of cards I have made using the stamp set that Anna had chosen, also Narelle Hoggard is making  some cards using this stamp set also.

SWALLOWTAIL








Now you are off to check out  Narelle Hoggard and her projects.  I hope that you will sit back and enjoy another fun event brought to you by the Fabulous designers from ESAD.

22 comments:

Narelle said...

Yvonne love the cards you have created. The borders scoring plate looks so versatile.

Chloe said...

You have shown off the border plate perfectly Yvonne. Those cards are gorgeous. And don't even get me started on the Swallowtail stamp. It looks like it could fly off your cards!!

Margaret Knoops said...

Beautiul cards Yvonne - I'm loving my Scoring Tool Borders template too. Thanks for sharing!

Rhonda Yates said...

Borders Scoring Plate - never seen it used before. Think I need to buy it now Yvonne. Great job!

Tiny Kiwi said...

Nice to see the borders plate in use, thanks for showing your projects Yvonne!

Love that beautiful Swallowtail too :D

Emily

Angie Jones said...

Nice use of the Border Plate. ☺

Jenny said...

love the score plate too - haven't caved yet, but it wont be long!!

Leonie Schroder said...

Love that borders plate :) Your cards are lovely :)

Elizabeth Dyson said...

I really like what you've accomplished with the border plate. You've inspired me to get mine out and play. Thanks also for the ideas for the Swallowtail stamp - great work. Yvonne, I'd also like to take this opportunity of thanking you for organising this blog hop - lots of work and very much appreciated :)

Monique said...

Yvonne, I love your Swallowtail cards. That stamp is still on my wish list at the moment but it is getting harder to resist!
Cheers
Monique

Alisha said...

Just lovely Yvonne, another thing I have and not used yet. I can see a play day for me today after this hop with all the gorgeous projects like yours. TFS

Kim Tonnet said...

Thanks for sharing. KimT

Kathryn Ruddick said...

Wow, you're a whizz with that Scoring plate! I haven't given it a go yet, but I think I better!

Caroline Cassidy said...

Wow loving the border thingy - I do have it at the side of my desk, but haven't even looked at it yet!! lol This has inspired me to have a play.

Helen Williams said...

Great projects, TFS

Rochelle Blok said...

Great cards Narelle!. I love the cards using the borders scoring plate. Great idea to pull a thread in the Two Tone Ribbon to ruffle it! Very effective! Awesome job!

Jenny Hayward said...

These are all beautiful Yvonne. I love what you have done using the Borders Scoring Plate.

Thanks for sharing them.

x

Jess said...

Great examples Yvonne - thanks. I hadn't seen too many cards made with this tool yet :)

Christie Kunkel said...

Great cards. Thanks for sharing

Kristina Collett said...

Beautiful projects, TFS

Jane Norrish said...

Great cards, thanks for sharing ;-)

Nerida said...

Great use of the scoring plate and tips. thank you - your cards are very inspiring and the swallowtail is gorgeous!