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Creative Inkers Christmas Blog Hop


Welcome to another fantastic Creative Inkers Blog Hop. This time we are doing a Christmas one to get you all excited for the up-coming season and of course to give you some great ideas for your own Christmas projects.

I have used the stamp set called Get Your Santa On from our new Holiday Catalogue.

For this first card I made it for a recent team training day held by Stampin Up as a swap. I kept it very simple as I made a few of them. I have used the Santa stamp and coloured him in using our Cherry Cobbler Blendabilites. I have then backed it on a scallop circle piece of cherry Cobbler cardstock. I have embossed the background using the Lucky Stars Textured embossing folder, also from the Holiday Catalogue. The sequin on his hat is from  Frosted Sequins.


For the second card I have cased this one from pinterest by Kathleen Wingerson.  I just love how it turned out. I have cut out a star in Red Shimmer card and also in Acetate and stuck them over a cut out piece on the card base. I have then used a glue dot and stuck the santa image to the acetate.  I have used the Confetti stars punch to punch out the little stars scattered around the card. For the inset I have added back the star that was cut out of the front and stuck that on a piece of Cherry cobbler cardstock.

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and the inside:

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Thank you for stopping by your next stop is over at Jackie Noble

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Here is a list of all the talented ladies in the blog hop in case you get lost along the way.

1. Narelle Hoggard
2. Jackie Noble
3. Bev Poultney
4. Sally Williams
5. Bernice Collins
6. Irene Wardlaw
7. Sharon de Vos
8. Jacque Williams
9. Delys Cram
10. Rachael Knight
11. Lisa Bullock
12. Paula Reid
13. heather Stewart
14. Ria Kaire
15. Kathryn Tyrrell
16. Kathe Oldham

ESAD Holiday Blog Hop

Good evening and welcome to my blog, and of course another great ESAD blog hop. Didn’t you just love Keryn’s project.

For my posting I have two cards to show you. I have made some shaker cards from products in our new Holiday Catalogue.

For the first one I have based my card on a design I found on the web and then made it my own. I have found the Confetti Stars Punch great for shaker cards, the tiny stars make great confetti for the centres, and when you punch out a couple of different colours, it is very cute. I have used my markers and coloured in a tree from the set Festival of Trees. This is a photopolymer stamp set, so for only $33.95 you get 13 stamps. I have masked and sponged the grass at the base of the trees. For my shaker layer I have used the Shaker frames from page 205 in the annual Catalogue, and moulded them around the larger circle. The embossing folder is called Lucky Stars Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. Last but not least is my sentiment, this is from our current promotion, and you can earn this for free. It is called Good Greetings.

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Here is a picture with the envelope. The middle of the card is the same as the envelope.

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For my second card, I made this at a class I attended last month and is also a shaker card, so I thought I would share it as well.

On this card we have used the Star framelits as our base. We have embossed the star with the Perfect Polka Dots folder. The sentiment is from Wonderful Wreath Frameits Die set. Don’t you just love the border at the top and bottom, this has been created with All is Calm Designer Washi Tape. You get five different designs in this set. We have just finished it with lining the edge with some cut offs from our Silver Glimmer Paper. The envelope has been created using our Envelope Punch Board.

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And with the envelope:

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and my final picture is of the middle:

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Thank you for stopping by, you next stop is over at Gail Kirby.


“What is ESAD?

ESAD stands for “Extra Special Australasian Demonstrators” and is a facebook group just for Australian and New Zealand Independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrators.

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

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 then I’ll contact you with information on how to join our group.”


Here is a list of all the lovely ladies on this blog hop in case you get lost a long the way:

1.   Keryn Campbell

2.   Narelle Hoggard

3.   Gail Kirby

4.   Libby Dyson

5.   Emily Campbell

6.   Debra Spijers

7.   Kelly Kent

8.   Monique Fielder

9.   Andrea Buckland

10.  Debbie Lamb

11.  Sally Williams

12.  Christie Kunkel

13.   Paula Reid

14.   Amity Knight

15.   Ria Kaire


16.   Nerida Carter

17.  Rochelle Blok

18.  Tracy Speight

19.  Rachael Lewsley

About Me

Hi my name is Narelle Hoggard and I live in Auckland, New Zealand. I am married to a wonderful and very supportive man Nick and together we have two gorgeous children, Caitlyn and Bradley. I love to scrap and make cards, I find it very relaxing at the end of the day to create a page or a card.

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