Collections Design Team Layouts Lily & Moss

Lily & Moss Tiles – Group Post

January 7, 2020

Hello – this group post is all about “Tiles” so today the Design Team will show you a few ways to use the P2883 Pink Plaster paper & P2884 Tiles paper in their projects.

Chrissy Tingey

Papers: Lily & Moss Collection: P2883 Pink Plaster|P2885 Ombre|P2886 Flicker|P2887 Flora

Kaisercraft Products: SK823 Sticker Book|CT977 Collectables|SB701 Soft Pink Rhinestones|DD3352 Lily Decorative Die

The Pink Plaster paper with all those pretty tiles on it is so versatile, I decided to use it as my background and cut out the ones I wanted to use. I have also stitched in between the tiles and have added some bling to them – You can cut out specific tiles to suit your project, they would also look great as a centre section on a card.

Lisa Amiet

PRODUCTS USED: 
PAPERS: LILY AND MOSS Collection: P2883 Pink Plaster, P2884 Tiles, P2886 Flicker, P2887 Flora
KC PRODUCTS: CT977 Collectables, SK823 Sticker Book, CR223 Curios

I had lots of fun playing with the tiles in this collection. I have made a frame with the mosaic tiles from TILES, and with the decorative tiles from PINK PLASTER, that I have arranged in a grid.
You can find the full instructions for this layout HERE.

Rikki G

  PAPERS: LILY AND MOSS Collection: P2883 Pink Plaster, P2884 Tiles, P2885 Ombre, PP1083 Paper Pad, SK823 Sticker Book, CT977 Collectables

OTHER: Doily and Refillable tea bag

Sometimes a pattern is too big, dont be afraid to cut it down into strips of varying sizes to add to your background. I have done a process video so you can follow along HERE, and if you want the downloadable PDF you can download HERE

Hetty Hall

Papers: Lily & Moss Collection: P2883 Pink Plaster|P2884 Tiles|
Kaisercraft Products: CT977 Collectables | white Cardstock

I decided to use Tiles as my background paper and cut up Pink Plaster and used specific tiles to layer behind my photo. The heart shape was hand drawn on some white card stock as I just wanted some plain white highlight to soften the ‘busy’ background paper. I then layered several Collectables die cuts and arranged them around my photo using foam dots for dimension.

I hope we have inspired you to use these beautiful papers from the Lily and Moss collection, which you can find on the Kaisercraft website here

…….and we look forward to seeing your creations over on the Kaisercraft Corner facebook page

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