ESAD Blog Hop | 2018-19 Annual Catalogue Launch

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Hello!  I’m excited to be hopping with my fellow Australian & New Zealander Demonstrator friends.  We’re all part of a Facebook group called ESAD….

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The 2018-2019 Annual Catalogue launched on Friday, so it’s the perfect time to share some new catalogue creations with you and get this party started!!!

To download the catalogue pdf, click here.

To browse the online store, click here.

I’ve had a fantastic time this weekend choosing what items from the new catalogue I’ll add to my collection.  This isn’t the start of the new catalogue for me though.  I’ve been enjoying new catalogue #demoperks since April when we attended OnStage.

After OnStage, we had the chance for a little spending spree as part of a product pre-order called Product Purchase Premiere.  I added a number of new products including the super fun Sea of Textures bundle.

Today I’m sharing with you a card & box gift set I made using the stamp set & coordinating dies.

Sea of Textures | kelly kent

If you’re playing new catalogue eye spy, you’ll see the Sea of Textures stamp set, Under the Sea Thinlits, Tranquil Textures DSP & Itty Bitty Greetings stamp set.

Sea of Textures | kelly kent

The octopus is inked using the Baby Wipe technique in 3 new colours – Coastal Cabana, Gorgeous Grape & Mango Melody.

Sea of Textures | kelly kent

There’s lots of new colours to love – and I’m loving them!!!  The Stitched circle behind the netting is Mint Macaron (so excited to have this return to the range!), the stars are a new colour called Gray Granite and the sentiment label is Soft Sea Foam.

The new colours are easy to add to your collection with new colour bundles for ink pads, markers and cardstock.

There’s lots of returning favourites in the catalogue too – like the gorgeous Gable Boxes…

Sea of Textures | kelly kent

I used the fun fish die to create a peekaboo feature on the box.  You need to gently prise apart the box where it joins to be able to cut the fish – and stick it back together when you’re done.

I also ran the whole box through the Big Shot with the Ruffled Embossing Folder.  Embossing the box adds such a cool texture!


Thanks for joining us for the ESAD Blog Hop.  There’s 27 blogs on the hop today – that’s a bundle of new catalogue inspiration!!!

I know you’re going to love what Leonie Schroder has made.  Click next to see her fabulous project.

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If there’s any broken links or difficulties with linking, click on the links in the participant list below to keep the blog hop going.

kelly kent | mypapercraftjourney.com

Blog Hop Participant List

  1. Kelly Kent
  2. Leonie Schroder
  3. Joanne Stubbings
  4. Libby Dyson
  5. Courtenay Heuston
  6. Fi Cobbin
  7. Carolina Evans
  8. Peta Stephen
  9. Sharon Dalton
  10. Jackie Aitken
  11. Rochelle Blok
  12. Nicole Wilson
  13. Emily Campbell
  14. Denise Buetler
  15. Katrina Duffell
  16. Delys Cram
  17. Kathryn Mangelsdorf
  18. Megan Lenske
  19. Mandy Depiazzi
  20. Bronwyn Eastley
  21. Jo Weedon
  22. Siobhan Fitzsimmons
  23. Melissa Gifford
  24. Cathy Pinchbeck
  25. Jessie Holton
  26. Jenny Bowman
  27. Rose Packer

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31 thoughts on “ESAD Blog Hop | 2018-19 Annual Catalogue Launch

  1. I love what you have done with this bundle Kelly – the colours and images beautiful. Love that bright octopus!

  2. I’m loving this Kelly! I must try the baby wipe technique. This suits your octopus so well. Those little fish on the gable box are just perfect! Thanks for your inspiration.

  3. Two fabulous creations Kelly! Loving the die cutting and embossing of you box. Loving how the embossing looks like waves! Very clever! Gorgeous creations, gorgeous colours. Just all round gorgous! Rochelle xo

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