Photopolymer stamps and a Blog hop!

10580041_10152687730752577_2539703885266265521_nYay, I’m participating in an ESAD New 2014/2015 Annual Catalogue Blog Hop today!

You may have just come from Sharlene Meyers blog or you maybe be starting with me..but if you get stuck anywhere, click on the links down the bottom of this post to go to the next blog on the list.



So 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.


So what am I show casing today?

Photopolymer stamps.


These are new to our market and I love them! They are cheaper than our regular clear mount/wood mount rubber sets and of very good quality photopolymer.

I’m especially loving the Border Photopolymers! Ive been using them to make cards like this one..IMG_7004-001 IMG_7007-001

Details: PL Day to Day, PL Remember This, Bordering Blooms, Starburst framelits, Old Olive blendies, gold Dazzling Details, RR marker, gold satin ribbon, RR cotton ribbon, Large polka dot, EF, black embossing powder, versamark, memento black ink pad, Lost Lagoon and WW Cardstock.

BUT, what I really bought the border Photopolymers for ….was for scrapbooking, both traditional and Project Life so here is both of those.

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Details: Kraft CS, WW and Black CS, Borderettes, Draw the Line and Bordering Blooms Photopolymer border Stamps, PL Point and Click, Remember This Photopolymer stamps, Back to Black DSP, Black memento ink, Dot Mask, In color sequin assortment, Whats up punch, Little Letters Thinlet dies, On Film Framelit dies, Blackberry Bliss Marker, Impasto gel (non SU), black bakers twine,Rich razzleberry ink. PL journalling pen (when I get DD to journal this page)

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Details: Photopolymer; Borderettes, Draw the Line, PL Day to Day, Back to basics Alphabet, PL Happiness Is and matching accessory pack, Love story and Everyday adventure accessory packs, Design 1 photo pocket pages, PL journalling pen, basics kraft stickers, memento black ink.


See! Lots of fun with photopolymers! They are really easy to use and makes things so easy to line up/personlise and easy storage too. A few tips I have for a crisp image is to wash them every time with your stamping mist, stamp on a firm table or rubber mat (our paper piercing mat is excellent for this job) and finally don’t press too hard with the stamp as it will squash the image. These should be stored out of direct sunlight and they come in our standard clearmount/woodmount cases.

Alrighty we are off on to the next blog in the blog hop which is to Keryn Campbell…enjoy the blog hop!

Full list of Blogs..

Emily Campbell 
Kelli Gordon
Sharlene Meyer
You are here
Keryn Campbell
Monique Fielder
Kathryn Ruddick
Narelle Hoggard of Art)
Ann Gerlach
Libby Dyson
Kelly Kent
Amity Knight
Christie Kunkel
Andrea Buckland
Yvonne Walker
Sally Williams
Debbie Lamb
Nerida Carter
Richelle Fletcher
Norelle Targato
Rochelle Blok
Clare Mcilhatton
Tracy Speight


Add Yours
  1. Louise Layton

    Have always loved your scrapbooking, Delys, and Project Life adds a whole other dimension for you to play with. Love your St Kilda pages… of my favourite places to visit. What a fantastic way to use the new Border stamps too. You’re very clever!


  2. Rochelle

    Great use of the photopolymer stamps Delys! The Christmas card is very clever! Love the way you have used them on the traditional scrapbook page! Very versatile!


  3. creativejaxnz

    Hi Delys – Awesome projects – TFS!
    Have been checking out the ESAD Blog Hops for a while now and have read the invitation each time but haven’t been brave enough to ask to join the group – but today is the day! I am keen to be a part of the group – can you tell me a little more about it?
    Thanks, Jackie


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