Sunday, July 15, 2018

ESAD Designer Series Paper Buy 3, Get 1 Free Promotion Blog Hop

Hello there stamping friends! Welcome to a special blog hop showcasing the fabulous Stampin' Up! Designer Series Paper, Buy 3 Get 1 Free Promotion that is on for the month of July! Some of us from the Facebook group ESAD (Extra Special Australasian Stampin Up! Demonstrators)
are showing you lots of fabulous creations that you can make using all this amazing paper and give you ideas use this beautiful paper and not to hoard it away. #loveitchopit #loveituseit

Only the Designer Series Papers listed qualify for this promotion. You may mix and match papers from any of the listed papers. So  pick your favourites from the list, get ordering and get creating.

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Some of my favourite DSP packs are the Tropical Escape 6"x6" DSP stack, Petal Promenade DSP, Twinkle Twinkle DSP and of curse the Wood Textures 6"x6" DSP stack that goes with everything!

I've made two Rectangular Origami Boxes with the Twinkle, Twinkle Designer Series Paper, one sheet of 12"x12" DSP for each. This paper is super cute and just perfect for Baby creations. I've had these boxes pinned in one of my, many, Pinterest Boards for a long time and thought this blog hop showcasing the DSP Promotion would be perfect make them. The most fabulous thing about these boxes that you don't need any adhesive to hold them together. Winning!! 


To see how to make them follow this You Tube tutorial. You'll be pleasantly surprised at how easy these boxes are! And you don't have to use a full 12"x12" sheet. You just have to make sure that your starting piece of paper is square. Just bare in mind that the smaller the paper you start with the smaller your box will be. Perfect to customise for any gift.


I used the Petal Pink DSP sheet and the Pool Party DSP sheet for a traditional Pink and Blue Baby Gift Box. If you wanted to go for a non-traditional colour for your gift boxes there are some Grey and Green sheets in the DSP pack. I just love these Petal Pink and Pool Party colours for that soft baby look.


Both boxes have a co-ordinating tag and the super cute bunny from the Stampin' Up! A Good Day Stamp Set with the 'Hello' also from that set. The 'Little One' comes from the Stampin' Up! Animal Outing Stamp Set. The belly band strip is just the reverse pattern from both of the sheets of DSP and I think they team up so well together. 


Both boxes have also been finished off with the Whisper White Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon, either the Silver & Petal Pink Silver Baker's Twine or Silver & Pool Party baker's Twine and some of the wooden hearts from the Frames Elements.

Why not give these boxes a go? Perfect way to use up some of that DSP that you have too!

I hope that I've given you some inspiration for this months DSP promotion and to use this amazing DSP.

Next on the hop is the awesome Fi Cobbin with her amazing DSP inspired creations. I'm sure she will give some more fabulous ideas to use the Stampin' Up! DSP.


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1. Lou Kitzelman
 2. Kelly Kent
 3. Rochelle Blok - You are here
 4. Fi Cobbin
 5. Delys Cram
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 Buetler
19. Mandy Depiazzi
         





 
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22 comments:

  1. Love your boxes Rochelle and I'll definitely have to check out your tutorial on YouTube. Thanks for hopping with us and for the inspiration

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  2. Amazing creations Rochelle. I love them. What a fantastic way to show case the DSP. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. These are so cute Rochelle! That bunny is ADORABLE!
    I'd love to join the ESAD group on facebook - can you help me with this?

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    1. Thanks Jenn! I've added your name, admin will just have to approve it. Rochelle xo

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  4. Oh what cute boxes!! Thanks for sharing the video as well.

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  5. Oh how incredibly sweet are these Rochelle! Love the way you have embellished them too. Thanks for sharing, Mandy x

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  6. These are just delightful Rochelle! I can't wait to try them out!!! Kelly x

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  7. Super cute creations, Rochelle. Love them both. So sweetly decorated, love the colours and the little dangling hearts are just uber gorgeous. Amazing projects as always xx

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  8. These boxes are super cute Rochelle. Thanks for the link to the Youtube video

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  9. Cute little boxes Rochelle! Great use of the dsp x

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  10. OMG Rochelle, how effective do these boxes look <3 I will definitely be trying them <3
    Cheers Shaz

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  11. Your little boxes are adorable Rochelle. Thanks for the link to the video.

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  12. Thans for sharing this idea! Those boxes are fabulous!!

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  13. Absolutley delightful Rochelle xx

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  14. Oh these are divine, Rochelle. Would be hard to open such a beautiful looking present. A perfect project to show off gorgeous DSP.

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  15. Now aren't they just the cutest. It is such a clever fold but I especially all the little bits and pieces you have added to them. The string of hearts is both adorable and clever. x

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  16. Ooh - I love origami and boxes so this is a must try for me. They look super cute in this DSP. Thanks for sharing 😊

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  17. Rochelle love your baby boxes they are so pretty. I must give this a go.xxx

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Thank You for taking the time to comment on my creations! I really love to hear what you think and will try to respond as soon as I can! Rochelle xo

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