Sunday, 7 May 2017

ESAD Eastern Palace Blog Hop


Welcome to the ESAD Eastern Palace Suite Blog Hop. Today we are featuring a whole array of amazing products featuring the newly released Eastern Palace Suite.

This suite is just so rich and exotic, just as the name suggests. It contains a wonderful and versatile stamp, the most rich and extravagant patterned paper, superbly detailed thinlits that are just amazing plus a great array of accessories, including stickers and tassles.

So sit back and be amazed at not only the wonderful creations you are about to see, but how wonderful this product suite is.

Here is what I have made.

Eastern Palace Suite - Narelle Fasulo - Simply Stamping with Narelle - shop here - https://www3.stampinup.com/ecweb/default.aspx?dbwsdemoid=4008228

The thinlits in this suite are just amazing, so I wanted to showcase them. There are so many of them, but today I have used just one. The thinlit is designed to cut the pattern into the card stock panel, but I found that it is just a tad smaller  than one of the largest circles from the Layering Circle Framelits.  So once the patterned die is cut, you can then cut the complete pattern out with a small ring around it. I then coloured this ring using a sponge dauber so it lifted it from the background.

The suite also has gorgeous patterned paper, some of which has gold foil print. You can see the Dapper Denim gold striped one on my card. I am a sucker for gold, so of course I also had to use one of the beautiful gold acetate stickers. These are so cool. I added a hint of Dapper Denim behind it to give it a focal point. There are also strips of stickers which are ideal as borders or details like I have used to highlight the sentiment.

Talking sentiment, the one I have used on this card is actually curved. But the beauty of photopolymer stamps is that they can be manipulated. So I straightened this sentiment on the clear block, and it bounced back to its curved shape when I took it off the block. So versatile and so much fun.

Now that you have seen my card, how about to hop along to Monique's blog to see what amazing things she has done with the Eastern Palace suite.



Here is a list of all the participants, just in case you get lost along the way.

Blog Hop Participants:



Thanks for dropping by.
Have a great day.
Cheers,
Narelle



28 comments:

  1. love it .. so pretty Narelle ... thanks for participating in the blog hop :)

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  2. Wow, very elegant Narelle. Thank you for sharing your inspiration.

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  3. Lovely card Narelle. Love the little dab of colour behind the element in the middle. Thanks so much for the inspiration and for participating in the ESAD Blog Hop.

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  4. Lovely car Narelle. I really like the sponging on the decorative elements

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  5. Oooooh yes I love different and this is that! Gorgeous way to show off the sticker with the sponged area in the centre.

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  6. I love everything about this card Narelle! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  7. Love how you straightened that greeting - clever!

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  8. Wow beautiful. I really liked how you inked around the edges of the die cut and in the centre of it. Really makes that element pop.

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  9. Stunning Narelle! Love your Vanilla & Denim card - the contrast and layering is beautiful! Kelly x

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  10. Oh Narelle. Stunning! I really love the stamped border and the colouring behind the sticker is pure genius!

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  11. Simply beautiful Narelle. I love it

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  12. Totally love! Those spots you have used on the edge is amazing.

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  13. Lovely card Narelle. Love the POP of colour behind the sticker. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  14. I always love your cards! Such a clever idea to sponge the middle & outer of the medallion xx

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  15. I love the stamped border!!! I love how clean the card is Narelle

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  16. I love your beautiful card. I had to search to figure out how you did that border because you stamped it perfectly. I thought it was washi tape or paper it was so perfect. Amazing!

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  17. Ohhh I just love this card it is so stunning.

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