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Monday, January 25, 2010

Sale-A-Bration Blog Hop

Okay this is a bit of a strange post, as it includes two things.

Firstly you have probably come to my site via the ESAD Sale-A-Bration Blog Hop. Welcome! Okay so have you come across ESAD before? We are "Extremely Special Australian Demonstrators" Yahoo Group. If you are an Aussie or New Zealand Demonstrator you can join our group. We share ideas and provide support and friendship to other demonstrators. We have challenges, tech talk, swaps etc. Click here for more information on our group.

If you aren't a demonstrator and are worried about missing out, contact me and I'll can fill you in on many more benefits that you'll receive by being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator.

So that gets me onto the second part of this post. For the last three months of last year, we held a Secret Sister swap. Basically those who chose to participate were given details of a participant and each month we had to post them two cards and a 3d gift, using SU product, of course! My Secret Sister was Andrea Buckland and this is the 2nd card I sent her during December.



Yep, that's right as a demostrator I had access to the Sale-A-Bration sets early - just another wonderful benefit of being a demonstrator. And if you join during Sale-A-Bration you can choose a FREE stamp set to the value of $79.95 from the Ideas Book and Catalogue! How cool is that?

Card: Very Vanilla, Pretty In Pink, Chocolate Chip
Ink: Soft Subtle Stampin' Write Markers, Chocolate Chip, Versamark
Punches: Word Window, Curly Label, Slit Punch
Stamp Sets: Baroque Motifs, Happy Moments

Okay the next person on the blog hop is Tanya Kitto. Remember to leave a comment as you may be eligible to win some blog candy. Once you have done the loop and left a comment on each post please email Leonie (The Great Organiser) and let her know that you have satisfied your committments to be entered into the blog candy draw.

Till next time, happy stamping...

52 comments:

  1. I love the technique you used on this card. So cute and colourful. Well done. Shirley

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  2. That is lovely. I love the way you've done the circles along the bottom. Beautiful.

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  3. great card Sonia - Thanks for participating in the Blog Hop

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  4. Love that slit punch work at the bottom of the card!

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  5. Well done, such a pretty card!

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  6. Hi Sonia, this card is very pretty and clever use of the little circle punch. Thanks for sharing, lots of inky hugs from Charmaine ;-)

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  7. Hey Sonia, I LURVE your card. You have been very clever with the circles. Thanks for sharing hun
    Tan xox

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  8. What a lovely card. Love the colours.

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  9. Lovely.. and I am so lucky to actually have that card to use as a sample. thanks again Sonia.

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  10. I love it! I always love pinks and chocolates together. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Love your card, the circles look great.
    Samantha I

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  12. I am loving the effect with the circles. TFS Caroline

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  13. You do gorgeous work Sonia. Love the card.

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  14. beautiful! the colour combination is lovely!

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  15. I love how the punch co-ordinates with the stamps. Thanks Donna Zammit

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  16. Love your card.

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  17. V. Cute!! : D Love it!
    Keegan Rigby

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  18. Lovely! Lucky Secret Sister!

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  19. So clever, nice colours!

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  20. Pinks and brown...yummo. love the border on this one too Sonia. The flowers just finish this card off beautifully. Magical.

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  21. Very pretty card - I love the circles along the bottom.

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  22. I love how you've done the circles. Thanks for sharing your lovely card

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  23. The double coloured circles are amazing

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  24. Very clever technique... thanks for sharing!

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  25. Love the effect of the circles on the card! TFS

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  26. Great colors--cool border! :)

    ~Wendy Hawkinson
    www.gotrubberwillstamp.blogspot.com

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  27. This is a nice card. I like the use of the baroque motifs.
    Rebecca W.

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  28. That is a very cool card. Love it!
    Del Sherry

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  29. This is a beautiful card.
    Del Sherry

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  30. Hi Sonia, Love the idea of punching a design then stamping underneath..sooooo many great ideas in this blog hop I will have to go through it again just to remembe

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  31. what a pretty card...love the circles

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  32. I really like the window effect for your flowers! Thanks for sharing :)

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  33. Another hit, Sonia! Your ideas are endless

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  34. Hi Sonia,
    Love those circle, I'v enever thought of doing circles in this manner. Thank you so much for sharing. Sylvia

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  35. Love your use of the punches and the new stamp set. Thanks for showing up this card.

    Lisa H

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  36. I love what you've done with the card and the circles... and the colours... WOW!

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  37. Love this card & only the 2nd time I've seen that circle deco used myself (bit new to SU).

    Thanks for the inspiration.

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  38. Lovely card and a very cute stamp set too!

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  39. Ilove the circle effect down the bottom!

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