It’s An ESAD Christmas Blog Hop

Good evening and welcome to the first ever ESAD Blog Hop that I have participated in. I must say that I am a tad excited and at the same time a little bit daunted as there are so many talented Stampin’ Up! demonstrators involved in the hop. I hope my ideas still WOW you!!!

 
So welcome everybody.

There are 24 very creative stampers in this hop and you may have come straight from Emily Campbell’s blog or I may be your starting point, either way, enjoy!!! With so many talented ladies with so many awesome projects and many blogs to visit, so why not make yourself a cuppa, take 5 and visit everyone.

Using our Hearth & Home Framelits, I had an amazing idea to use them to create a glowing luminary and matching card.

Next on your fabulous ESAD Christmas hop is the talented and creative Jo Weedon and her amazing designs, so be sure to hop on over!

Happy stamping,

From your favourite Vintage Graffiti artist,
Emma xo

ESAD Blog Hop Participants:

1. Libby Dyson
2. Paula Reid
3. Keryn Campbell
4. Carly Middleton
5. Rachael Lewsley
6. Narelle Fasulo
7. Emily Campbell
8. Emma Palonek <— You Are Here
9. Jo Weedon
10. Rebecca Scurr
11. Andrea Buckland
12. Rochelle Blok
13. Kathryn Ruddick
14. Monique Fielder
15. Bernie Collins
16. Liv Ingle
17. Sally Williams
18. Ria Kaire
19. Delys Cram
20. Jessica Williams
21. Lou Kitzelman
22. Barbara Williams
23. Kelly Kent
24.  Jenny Hayward

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36 thoughts on “It’s An ESAD Christmas Blog Hop

  1. Rochelle Blok says:

    Oh WOW Emma! Just amazing projects! Love the lantern and the way you’ve put the sleigh on the inside! Just gorgeous! The card is super cute! Love all the gorgeous elements that finish off both creations! Thanks for sharing! Rochelle xo

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  2. Kylie Burke says:

    Very cool Emma. Can you add me to to the ESAD community please as I am an NZ Demo who just heard about ESAD at our Team training. Thanks.

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  3. Charlene H. says:

    What a “brilliant” idea! I love the luminary and would love to see a tutorial on making it, too. Such a smart idea to use the framelits in different ways.

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