Sunday, 23 September 2012

Holiday Catalogue ESAD Blog Hop

Yeah!!! It's time for another ESAD Blog Hop and this time we are doing the new Holiday Catty!! Gotta love Christmas.

So just a quick reminder who 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

So you can start at any point in the hop and it will loop you all the way back round. You may have come here via Sam Simpson and seen her gorgeous creations. Isn't she super talented!!

Anyway, for this hop I couldn't get pass the gorgeous Ornament on the front page of the catty. I actually have three different versions to show you today as my GF's and I got together one Friday night and decided to give it a go.

I still don't know which one is my favourite colour combo. The first one, which is mine, is Elegant Eggplant and Crumb Cake. Second one, which is Amy's, is Raspberry Ripple and Crumb Cake. And the last is Trace's, which is Island Indigo and Pool Party.

Don't they all look gorgeous and not bad for a first attempted. They are actually pretty easy to make, just a little time consuming. There are also heaps of really good video tutorials on the net too, so take a Google!!

I have also just finished one using one of the other shapes in the Ornament Keepsake bundle, but I'll share that another time!!

Ok, so now it's time to move on and visit the rest of the ESAD girls. Next on the hop is Tess, over at Stampin and Stuff with Tess and her creations is nothing short of beautiful. These girls are sooo talented!!

1 Chloe Evans - You are here!!!

2. Theresa 'Tess' Schirmer

3. Sharlene Meyer

4. Ann Gerlach

5. Corina Beyer

6. Nikki Sadler

7. Andrea Buckland

8. Keryn Campbell

9. Michelle Grech

10. Christie Kunkel

11. Joanne Kechagais

12. Kathryn Ruddick

13. Michelle Halling

14. Juliette Chapman

15. Narelle Hoggard

16. Delys Cram

17. Libby Dyson

18. YvonneWalker

19. Alisha Watson

20. Jane Norrish

21. Kylie Clemmence

22. Kristine Giampietro

23. Monique Feilder

24. Tanya Bell

25. Sam Simpson


  1. Gorgeous, Chloe, I am obsessed with making these at the moment, thanks for sharing yours!!

  2. I love these ornaments Chloe, I don't have the bundle yet but it is on my list - I have a few colour variations I am dying to try out too.

  3. your decorations are stunning, I love the blue one, (thats my favourite colour)

  4. I love your ornaments, the first one has my name all over it for xmas with those colours, I will have to try make one. TFS

  5. Beautiful work Chloe - I particularly love the Elegant Eggplant decoration - as I'm a purple-aholic.

    Margaret Knoops

  6. Yep this ornament isn't that hard just time consuming as you said but I'm loving your colour combinations. Definately be making some more, thanks for sharing ;-)

  7. Just love that you have made a "purple" ornament! Seen lots of green & red ones, and lots of blues - aren't they just amazing!

  8. Love these ornaments Chloe, yet to attempt one but certainly think I will now!

  9. Lovely ornaments. Its so good to see them in different colours.

  10. Just gorgeous Chloe. I must try one of these

  11. Delightful! Looking forward to hopping on over from central Wisconsin, USA!!! ~ Mary

  12. They are so sweet. I think it's time I started trying one or two of these. Thanks for sharing x

  13. Gorgeous Chloe - I love that you are showing them in different colours. I am rather partial to the Elegant Eggplant one.

  14. Great Ornaments

  15. thanks for sharing..