Hello, Kaisercraft friends. Donna here with a scrapbook layout using Whimsy Wishes.
Kaisercraft Products: Whimsy Wishes Collection: PP2961 Warm Wishes (Reverse) | P2963 Cold Outside (Reverse) | P2956 Night Sky (Reverse) | PP1092 Paper Pad | CT992 and CT993 Collectables | FL673 Flourishes | RS447 Champagne | Christmas Miracle – Acetate Specialty
I used WARM WISHES (Reverse) as the background for this layout. Then I cut two strips of COLD OUTSIDE (Reverse) and distressed and curled the edges.
I used several papers from the 6.5 paper pad and matted the photo. I also distressed the edges with my scissors. Then I framed the photo and paper stack with the acetate specialty from the Christmas Miracle collection.
I fussy cut some leaves from the NIGHT SKY (Reverse) paper and scattered it all throughout the layout as well as some ephemera/die-cut pieces from the Collectables.
I used the product strip from the WARM WISHES paper and added that to the title.
I hope you liked my project and I hope it inspired you to be creative today. Thanks for dropping by and have a happy crafty day.
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I cut some strips of papers and distressed them to create the right and left edge borders (SNOW WOOD, CHRISTMAS COLLAGE, and SNOWFLAKES). Then I adhered to SANTA CLAUS paper. Adhered the white lace trimming to both edge borders for added texture.
Created dimension by using lots of foam tape to the fussy cut flowers, photos, and Collectables.
I used this piece in the Chipboard set to highlight the title “Believe” from the Collectables pack. Then I added the date and place the photo was taken to complete the layout.
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I layered a couple of papers from the 6.5 paper pad and adhered to the Kraft card base with some foam tape for a bit of dimension. I used foam tape for everything to give depth because of the monochromatic palette.
I used some Paper Blooms in Honey, twine and a white doily for more texture. This is quite a simple card and very easy to recreate.
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Hello, Kaisercraft friends! It’s Donna here with you today sharing my take on the newest Kaisercraft collection, Fallen Leaves.
I made a simple layout with a bit of mixed media background using some watercolor splashes. I chose colors that coordinate with the Fallen Leaves color palette. Then I also splattered some gold mist and let it dry on its own so it won’t lose it’s natural sheen/sparkle.
Hello, Kaisercraft friends! It’s Donna here on the blog today with a brand new scrapbook layout using the Little Treasures collection.
Kaisercraft Products: LITTLE TREASURES Collection: P2929 Sweetheart | P2931 Tiny Miracle | P2931 Cuddles | CT928 Collectables | CD601 White Cardstock | RS403 Antique Rose |
Other: Watercolors | White Doily
I started by trimming a 12″ x 12″ white cardstock into about 10″ x 10″ and a patterned paper into 11″ x 11″ then distressed the edges. I adhered both to another patterned paper using foam tape for a bit of height.
I added splatters of watercolors on the white cardstock and when it has dried I arranged lots of fussy cut and die cuts in a circle to create a wreath.
I used a mixture of different thickness of foam tape to adhere them for different depth. Then I placed my photos over a white doily. I scattered rhinestones to complete the layout.
Thank you for dropping by and I hope you liked my layout!
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Click here to download full instructions for the layout.
Hello, Kaisercraft friends! It’s Donna here with a project using the Amethyst collection. I made a scrapbook layout with lots of fussy cutting and layerings!
Kaisercraft Products: AMYTHEST Collection: P2911 Quartz | P2912 Opal | P2917 Full Moon | CT980 Collectables | CT986 Sentiment | CD601 White | RS456 Lilac | EM405 Paper Doilies | T302 Foam Dots | LDB1056 Foam Tape | T321 Acid-free craft glue Other: white embroidery thread, black felt tip pen
The Amethyst patterned papers are so beautiful and I wanted showcase some of them all at once. So what I did was create a layer of papers with torn/distressed edges.
I like to curl the edges as well to create texture and depth. To make the edges curl easier, I create a line where I wanted to tear off the paper with brush and a bit of water. I can carefully tear the paper this way and it makes curling the edges so beautifully.
I also create the messy pattern of purple, blue and white watercolors on the white cardstock background.
Lots of fussy cutting done for this layout and mostly came from the Full Moon paper alone. It is one of those papers from a Kaisercraft collection that you would surely want to stock up if you are a fussy-cutting lover like me.
I hope you liked my layout and I hope this sparked your creativity today.
To download full step by step instructions please clickhere.
I started with white cardstock as the background for this layout. I ripped the edges of Wattle Flower and Flowering papers then placed them to the top left corner and bottom right corner creating a diagonal white space in the middle.
I used a couple of white doilies to mat the photos which I converted to black and white to make it stand out over the colorful elements in the layout.
I fussy cut quite a few flowers and leaves and used lots of stickers from the Sticker book as well. I tucked some of the flowers from the Collectables pack under the layered papers.
To finish off, I splattered watered-down Candy and Yellow Kaisermists. Make sure your photos are covered before doing this step though.
I hope this project inspired you to create using the Native Breeze collection. Although it is Australian-themed, I was still able to use it with a generic, everyday moment photo.
Hello everyone. Welcome to Challenge # 15! I made a list of challenge ideas with the whole team and one of the ideas is a Scraplift challenge. We all agreed this is gonna be fun and interesting! Now, for the challenge, all you have to do is scraplift a Kaisercraft DT members’ layout or card!
Post your layout or card along with the photo/image of the project you scraplifted and the DT member’s name as well, of course.
Interpretation is all up to you but we would love to see the resemblance at least from the original. Like on my layout, instead of scattering flowers, I scattered pearls instead. I also added some stickers and doily.
A Design Team member will choose two submissions just before the next challenge starts which will be on February 8th, 2020 – so you could be in with a chance to win a collection pack.
For your chance to win upload a photo of your project to the KAISERCRAFT CORNER Facebook group with the hashtag #KCCHALLENGE15SCRAPLIFT and add the photo to the CHALLENGE #15 Photo Album (this needs to be done for your entry to count).
Good luck everyone and I look forward to seeing all your projects.
Challenge #14 Winners In no particular order are:
I love all stitched hearts and the patterns peeking under them. Great choice of patterns and the paper strips and flowers on the bottom of the photo balanced everything prettily.
What I love about this layout are the choice of bold color background, the blocks of squares and the well-balanced placement of all the elements.
Congratulations, ladies! Please contact Danka via email at – firstname.lastname@example.org – with your address and what number challenge winners you are… thank you! You can see other entries in this challenge over on the Kaisercraft Corner Facebook page in the album section of the group.