Sunday, 6 December 2020

ESAD Goodbye Mini Catalogue Blog Hop


Welcome to yet another wonderful ESAD blog hop!
I am so lucky to be in this group of talented demonstrators (friends) and I hope that you enjoy all our projects using retiring products from the August - December Mini Catalogue.
It's your last chance to grab these gorgeous products.

You have either started with myself or come from Odette.

This is what I made.... with a set I fell in love with but had not inked yet!!

I sometimes forget that some of the gorgeous Designer Series Papers are light enough to stamp on and this textured wood piece was perfect.

I was planning on making a few other cards but its that silly time of the year and I just ran out of time......

  • Stamps: Life Is Beautiful
  • Ink:  Early Espresso, Old Olive, Crumb Cake
  • Card: Whisper White, Crumb Cake, Early Espresso and In Good Taste DSP.
  • Tools: Stitched Rectangle Dies with a die cutting machine and Crumb cake and Balmy Blue Stampin' Write Markers.
  • Embellishments: - Dimensionals and Faux Suede Trim

Next up is my very gorgeous stampin bestie Denise

Here is a full list of participants if you get lost or if there are broken links

1.       Nicole Wilson - You are here!

2.       Denise Buetler

3.       Cheryl Algie

4.       Narelle Fasulo

5.       Lou Kitzelman

6.       Libby Dyson

7.       Melissa Gifford

8.       Leonie Schroder

9.       Sue Vine

10.   Monique Fielder

11.   Shannon Kissane

12.   Maree McIntosh

13.   Kelly Kent

14.   Odette Kermode


  1. Such a beautiful card, Nic! I love the effect of stamping directly onto DSP - it creates such an interesting background. The wood paper from the In Good Taste pack is just perfect for the tree image x

  2. Gorgeous card, I love stamping direct onto dsp. Thanks for sharing

  3. This is the perfect set for this dsp Nicole - I love it!

  4. So striking Nicole. I love the stamping on the DSP. I often forget about that too. x

  5. Lovely card, Nicole. I too love this set. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Gorgeous card , Nicole , I too love the effect of stamping onto the DSP - a technique I often forget ! Thanks for sharing xx