Esad Designer Series Paper Blog hop

36568275_10157489440799428_9170762780582608896_o - CopyHello! Today, I’m hopping with some fellow ESAD Members.




Having a Designer Series Promotion of Buy 3 get one free this month..our blog hop is all about paper!

I decided to concentrate on one Collection of paper and chose the Twinkle Twinkle Designer Series Paper (146284).

This collection Coordinates with the Twinkle Twinkle Suite (page 82-83) and is a Baby themed collection. Me..being me..that does not stop me for using these beautiful papers for other themes!

I got a bit carried away with my projects and used up most of one pack of this paper…yes I have restocked with this wonderful paper sale.

Here are my projects.

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First off a scrapbooking LO. I made this for my scrapbooking class late last month.

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Other products used were: Stamps-Lined Alphabet (145908), Make a difference (146676), Swirly Frames (146519). Dies- Foliage Frame (146353), Delicate Lace (147053). Other- White Embossing paste (141979), Black Bakers Twine (141682), Metallics Sequins (144214), Black  Journalling pen (145480), Starburst punch (143717), Memento Ink Pad (132708)


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Some 3D items..3x mini boxes with 5 cards and envelopes and some little origami handbags. I made all of these for a market I do in Tauranga.


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The little handbags were so easy to make and easily hold a Lindt truffle.

Other products used were: Mini pizza Boxes (144645)- Darling Label Punch Box (146855), Envelope Punch board (133774), Twinkle Twinkle cardstock pack (147017), Thick whisper white cardstock (140490) (cards were 3×3″), Whisper white Polka dot ribbon (146912). Handbags- Tutorial used was this one here. Metallic brads (146929), 1  3/4″ circle punch (119850), Velcro dots.

Finally, I actually got carried away with the envelopes to use them up I made this little mini album designed for a babies first year of life. This is a super simple mini just slip the envelope flaps inside the last one. Punch one side (and cut the rest of the edge) and make the little pull out journalling/photo tabs and decorate!

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Other products used were: Envelope Punch board (133774), Twinkle Twinkle cardstock pack (147017), Animal Outing Bundle (148324), A Little Wild stamp set(144344) and dies (143743),  Make a difference stamp set (146676), 1  3/4″ circle punch (119850), Circle tab punch (143754). Iridescent Sequins (144212), Blender pens, (102845), Night of Navy, Gray Granite, Petal Pink, Pumpkin Pie, Daffodil Delight, Soft Suede and Old Olive ink pads.



So off we go to my lovely friend Sharon Dalton.. I cant wait to see what shes done!


Here is the participant list if you get lost along the way!



Blog hop participant list:

  1. Lou Kitzelman
  2. Kelly Kent
  3. Rochelle Blok
  4. Fi Cobbin
  5. Delys Cram (you are here)
  6. Sharon Dalton
  7. Kim Oliver
  8. Siobhan Fitzsimmons
  9. Nicole Wilson
  10. Peta Stephen
  11. Jackie Aitken
  12. Rebecca Scurr
  13. Narelle Fasulo
  14. Barbara Williams
  15. Maree McIntosh
  16. Libby Dyson
  17. Cheryll Miller
  18. Denise Butler
  19. Mandy Depiazzi




Happy Stamping!


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  1. Jackie Aitken

    Firstly, Wowsers!! So many stunning projects, Delys. I cannot choose a favourite as they are all amazing and showcase the DSP perfectly. Thanks for sharing so many wonderful projects – very inspirational. Secondly, I cannot believe you live in Te Puke!! I am originally from Mount Maunganui/Papamoa. Did Kiwifruit in TP during my school holidays when I was a kid (many moons ago) All my family still reside in the Mount and Paps – when I visit next I will have to arrange a stamping session with you xx


  2. Lou Kitzelman

    Delys! These are all simply amazing. So many fabulous ideas showcasing this amazing DSP. How is it that I haven’t ordered this yet! You have made it go to the top of my list! x


  3. Denise Buetler

    Wow Delys – your projects are absolutely amazing 😮 It’s hard to decide, but I think my favourite is the little handbag. I love making table treats and these would be perfect. Can’t wait to try them. Thanks for all the ideas 😊


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