ESAD Mini Catalogue and Sale-a-bration Blog Hop


The ESAD girls are hopping again. It's been a while! We have lots of great projects to share with you featuring products from the January-June 2022 Mini and Sale-a-bration Catalogues. Whether you are starting with me or have hopped over from seeing Melissa Gifford's fabulous creations, welcome. You are sure to find so many fabulous products to add to your wish list. All those things you didn't know you 'needed'!

I love the gorgeous Calming Camellia stamp set - a Host Set that you can get for FREE with an order over $500 AUD. For my first card I took inspiration from page 16 of the Sale-a-bration brochure and coloured my multiple Soft Succulent stamped camellias with Whisper White Stampin' Ink and a Blender Pen. Such a quick and easy technique that really has great impact.

The Calming Camellia stamp set has great sentiments in it too so it has you covered for lots of occasions. I have added in some Soft Succulent Satin Shimmer Ribbon and a few Polished Dots to pretty up my card. 

My second card features Misty Moonlight ink, cardstock and Cotton Ribbon. Not quite sure how I ended up with that 'interesting' way to tie my ribbon. I think it works ... maybe!

I love the effect you get by repeatedly stamping the camellia image all over cardstock in the matching ink. It looks like Designer Series Paper. 

My third card uses So Saffron ink and cardstock and some pleated White Frayed ribbon.

There are so many fabulous products in the new January-June 2022 Mini Catalogue. Why not pop an order in, or grab some friends and combine an order? You can not only earn FREE Sale-a-bration products until Mid March but you can also earn the Calming Camellia stamp set used today for FREE with an order over $500 AUD.

Make sure you hop around to see each blog post. I am sure your wishlist will be full. And of course that may mean you will be able to earn fabulous FREE Sale-a-bration products. Next up is the fabulous Rochelle Laird-Smith. I can't wait to see her creations. 


Blog Participant List

1.      Sharni Haines

2.      Nicole Wilson

3.      Cheryl Algie

4.      Melissa Gifford

5.      Lou Kitzelman

6.      Rochelle Laird – Smith

7.      Sharon Dalton

8.      Denise Buetler

9.      Sue Vine

10.   Tracy Held

11.    Monica Formosa

12.    Di Barnes

To purchase the products I've used today you can click any of the direct links in the text above or click the 'Shop Online' tab at the top of this page. Both ways will get you directly to my online store, where you are only minutes away from getting products delivered straight to you door. For all orders over $50 AUD I will gift you the latest tutorial bundle from The Dimensionals.


  1. Simply Elegant designs Lou, must play with this technique.
    Cheers Shaz

  2. Oh wow Lou, The background with the white on your first card is absolutely beautiful and has such depth. Great idea to repeat stamping to create it.

  3. What a gorgeous set of cards using this beautiful stamp set Lou.

  4. I really love this technique Lou. The white just looks amazing on these cards. xx

  5. Such lovely cards Lou, I love the pop of white with these flowers.

  6. Such lovely cards Lou, I love the pop of white with these flowers.

  7. I love these cards Lou. This is one of my favourite stamp sets from Sale-a-bration. I need to try the technique with the white ink too.

  8. Wow, these are beautiful cards, Lou! The background really does look like DSP. Gorgeous x

  9. Love these Lou, the white on green is really pretty.

  10. Beautiful cards Lou. I've just got this set so will be playing with it. I like how you tied your ribbon x

  11. Three elegant & beautiful cards Lou, a lovely technique and so effective! You make me want to try out and play with my Stamp Set now!

  12. Beautiful cards ,Lou ! The Misty Moonlight is my favourite ! I love the way you"ve tied your ribbon too ! xx

  13. These are how monochromatic cards should be! Love them!


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