ESAD sneak Peak

I’m excited to be a part of the ESAD 2019-2020 Annual Catalogue Sneak Peek Blog Hop tonight!! It’s only 2 sleeps until the catalogue goes live and I can’t wait!!

I have two cards to share with you today. The first card features the Bloom & Grow stamp set and the co-ordinating Budding Blooms dies. I first saw this set at Onstage in Auckland and I just loved it. I love the flowers and how easy they are to colour any way you like. I also love the font of the sentiments as well.

I embossed my sentiment in Silver embossing powder at the bottom of a piece of Rococo Rose cardstock. Such a lovely dusky pink! I stamped the small stamps from the Bloom & Grow stamp set in Purple Posy ink on Purple Posy cardstock to add some subtle detail to the background. I then cut the bottom of this piece using the scalloped die. I added a piece of the new Rococo Rose scalloped linen ribbon between the join of the two pieces of cardstock.

I then stamped the floral image in Memento Black and coloured it using my blender pens in Rococo Rose and Purple Posy ink. I used Granny Apple Green blends for the leaves. (Can’t wait to get the new colours of blends). I then stamped extra leaves on Granny Apple Green cardstock and cut them out using the dies. Then a quick assembly, and voila, all done!

For my second card, I used the Woven Threads DSP as the background. I also used the sentiment from the Woven Heirlooms stamp set. I also love the font of these sentiments as well.

I stamped the sentiment on Sahara Sand cardstock using Terracotta Tile ink and punched it out using the 2 1/4″ circle punch. I then added a piece of the new Sahara Sand Woven Threads trim which is just stunning!

I hope you enjoyed my two cards. Next up is the lovely Richelle.

Happy Stamping


Blog hop participant list:

1. Lou Kitzelman

2. Rochelle Blok

3. Kelly Kent

4. Jo Stubbings

5. Nicole Wilson

6. Denise Buetler

7. Sandra Mastello

8. Rochelle Laird-Smith

9. Siobhan Fitzsimmons

10. Shannon Kissane

11. Libby Dyson

12. Jo Weedon

13. Peta Stephen

14. Carly Middleton

15. Lisa Whitehead

16. Bronwyn Eastley

17. Cathy Pinchbeck

18. Monique Fielder

19. Rebecca Scurr – This is me!

20. Richelle Fletcher

21. Jackie Noble

22. Mandy Depiazzi

23. Sharon Dalton

24. Maree McIntosh

25. Samantha White

34 thoughts on “ESAD sneak Peak

  1. The extra leaves are a great addition to the card… thank you for sharing both of your creations and I think I’m adding more dsp to my wishlist

  2. Love how you’ve showcased two completely different sets, Rebecca. My favourite is the woven Heirloom card!

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  4. Love both of these, Bec, but especially the first one. I didn’t think I wanted that stamp set but I do now!! Beautiful colouring, and I just love the way you’ve used the ribbon like that. Very clever and looks so lovely. – Siobhan.

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