Sunday, 19 August 2018

ESAD Colour Your Season Blog hop -


Now welcome to my blog you may have hopped across from the delightful  Leonie and I can't wait to see her creation.
Now you are thinking what is ESAD? It stands for Extra Special Australiasian Demonstrators and at the end of my blog is a more detailed explanation - please take the time to have a read.
We are showcasing the amazing Color Your Season Bundle  set and the gorgeous Watercolor pencils. 
They are time limited which means only for the month of August or until supplies last - so give me a call if you need them.

Blended Seasons Clear-Mount Bundle
The clear bundle is $113.00 Product Code Number is 149894
Watercolor Pencils Assortment 2
Watercolor Pencils Assortment 2
 10 pencils in Stampin' Up! colors: Balmy Blue, Cajun Craze, Cherry Cobbler, Coastal Cabana, Crushed Curry, Flirty Flamingo, Garden Green, Gorgeous Grape, Granny Apple Green, Night of Navy
Price$21.75 - 149014
Just click on the link here to see them

 Well I used the beautiful leaves and coloured them using the watercolor pencils of Cajun Craze, Crushed Curry & Granny Apple Green and mixed the colour with a Blender pen.
 Used Whisper White and Old Olive for the cardstock.
Then cut the beautiful bow and leaves from Old Olive with the lovely framelits.
 Lastly a picture of the snow we have had today and continue to have.

If you get lost on the hop there is a list of names below that you can click on and get back on track.


Thank you for stopping by
Now it is onto Denise and you will love what she has done.







Let me know if you would like to order just click here to go to my store.

You can use my online store to order and if you use the host code below  you will receive a gift from me. 

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Also for every $90.00 you spend in August before postage you receive a $9.00 coupon via email that you could spend in September. When you receive your coupon keep it in a safe place as we can't replace it.

Blog hop participant list:
12. Maree McIntosh – You are here


18 comments:

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    1. Thanks Katrina for your lovely comment. xx

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  2. What lovely colouring on the leaves! And snow!! Wow!!

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    1. Thanks Rebecca I love colouring and yes snow all weekend at least it was moisture for the ground! xx

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  3. Beautiful colouring on the leaves. I must say I didn't think that I would use the leaves, BUT I can see them done with the baby wipe technique I think they would look AWESOME....
    Cheers Shaz

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    1. Thanks Sharon for your lovely comment. Can't wait to see your baby wipe technique - I forget to use that technique!. xxx

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  4. Love the way you've blended the colours on the leaves Maree, plus the tone-in-tone die-cut bow and leaves are really effective. Great card! x

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    1. Thanks Denise I love colouring and thought they looked good as autumn leaves thou we are looking forward to spring..xx

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  5. Lovely card Maree. Thanks for hopping with us

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    1. Thanks Libby for your lovely comment love hopping with the ESAD team.xxx

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  6. I love your card Maree, those leaves look awesome ccoloured like that.
    Hope it warms up for your soon xx

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    1. Thanks Kim I love colouring and these leaves appealed to me and we are waiting for spring..xx

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  7. Great card Maree but you are making me shiver with the snow brrrrrrrr x

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    1. Thanks for your comment Nicole you get used to the snow it is all about layers to keep warm. xx

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    1. Thanks Delys I love these leaves and these set shame it will disappear at the end of the month. xx

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  9. Wow look at that snow! Love the simple elegance of your card Maree. x

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    1. Thanks Lou for your lovely comment and it was a very snowy weekend which is great moisture for the ground as we have not had the rain. xx

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