ESAD Blog Hop Favourites from 2017-18 Annual Stampin’ Up! Catalogue

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Welcome to Another ESAD Blog Hop! This time we are hopping with our Favourites from the 2017/2018 Annual Stampin’ Up! Catalogue!!!

If you have just started the Hop you will have started with me or you might have hopped on from Carly Middleton.. Please make sure you continue to hop to  Nicole Wilson’s  blog and share some love with some comments on each! So Grab yourself a Wine…. and enjoy and see what all our favourite things are!

So where do I start? I knew I wanted to use the Embossing Paste! That was one of the first things I wanted! and the brick mask went so well with the brick building at Ronald McDonald House in Parkville Melbourne! Then next I had to have the Flirty Flowers Stamp set! Now this set is one that I saw in backgrounds at Sydney & Perth Onstage when I was looking at photo’s wishing I was there! Not sure what has drawn me to this set but I love it! I had to show you how you could use it for the background in a scrapbook layout! and using the watercolor pencils it was a quick and easy page to make! 
I even added some hidden journalling so that it wouldn’t take away anything from the layout and I just used our Form Adhesive strips to make a pocket behind the photo to slide it in. This was a photo from our recent trip from Dalby, Queensland to Melbourne, Victoria for Luke’s second Brain Surgery Testing. Now we just have to wait to find out when they plan to do the surgery…

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Thanks for hopping by.. Please make sure you share some love by leaving a quick comment then hop on to Nicole Wilson‘s blog!

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Blog hop participants:

  1. Josie Dean
  2. Nicole Wilson
  3. Carolina Evans
  4. Kim Oliver
  5. Sandra Mastello
  6. Lou Kitzelman
  7. Kelly Kent
  8. Cheryl Algie
  9. Rebecca Scurr
  10. Sharon Dalton
  11. Leonie Schroder
  12. Monique Fielder
  13. Courtenay Heuston
  14. Terri Hawke
  15. Barbara Williams
  16. Kristel Rimmer
  17. Maree McIntosh
  18. Kathryn Ruddick
  19. Rosalie Desmond
  20. Linda Whalley
  21. Amity Knight
  22. Peta Stephen
  23. Megan Lenske
  24. Richelle Fletcher
  25. Carly Middleton

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  7. Amazing LO Josie! I love what you have done with the Flirty Flowers. So glad it got to be a short visit and I hope you don’t have to wait too much longer to know what the plan is. Hugs to Luke xx

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  8. Love the embossing paste on the scrapbook page, gives it such great texture, and those flower stamps! Wow!! Glad you had a short visit and hope things pan out well for future trips, it’s a long way!

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  9. Brilliant layout Josie! I love everything about it.
    I wish I’d known in advance you were coming to Melbourne, I would have popped in to town to at least bring you a real Melbourne coffee! xx

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  10. Really special project. I too was really drawn to the embossing paste and couldn’t be happier, it goes so well with your project and I love the little journal card with such a wonderful story.

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