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 – email@example.com – 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.
I was inspired by this paper, Pink Plaster, in the collection and I knew I wanted to use it in my project. To highlight the tile patterns a bit more, I got the smaller patterns from the 6.5 paper pad and I fussy cut them one by one then adhered/placed them in an overlapping way.
I used tons of the flowers in the Collectables pack as well as some pieces from the 6.5 paper pad and Sticker book. Foam tape can add height to some of the flat embellishments creating depth or dimension.
I hope you liked my layout today. Thank you for dropping by and see you all in my next post!
Hello! It’s Donna here again with my take on the Grand Bazaar collection.
I made a scrapbook layout with white cardstock as a background to showcase the beautiful color palette of this collection.
Download the PDF instruction HERE or click the main image above.
PRODUCTS USED: PAPERS: GRAND BAZAAR Collection: P2871 Persian Rug KAISERCRAFT PRODUCTS: PP1081 Paper pad, SK821 Sticker book, CR221 Curios, CT975 Collectables, FL662 Flourish Pack, KM132 Kaiser Mist Gold, CD601 White, EM405 Doily, T315 Double-Sided Tape, T303 Foam Tape, T321 Acid-Free Craft Glue, Other: White embroidery thread, sequins
I love this particular paper in the collection, PERSIAN RUG. I fussy cut just the center and cut it in half and adhered to the right and left side of the layout. This will be the starting point of the diagonal design of the layout.
I placed the feathers from the Collectables pack going down diagonally towards the lower left side of the layout to create movement.
I used thin foam tape to create a subtle dimension to some of the embellishments especially the stickers and Collectables. The gold Kaiser mist and as well as the scatters of sequins all over the layout added a bit of texture. Then I just simply added a few lines of journaling to complete the layout.
That’s all from me today and I hope you liked my layout using the Grand Bazaar collection. Do leave your comments or questions, I love reading your comments.
Thank you for dropping by and see you in my next post!
Hello, Kaisercraft friends. It’s Donna here with a couple of cards using the Oh Happy day collection.
Download the PDF instruction HERE or click the main image above.
PRODUCTS USED: PAPERS: OH HAPPY DAY Collection: PP1082 Paper Pad KAISERCRAFT PRODUCTS: SK822 Sticker book, CT976 Collectables, T303 Foam Tape, T321 Acid-Free Craft Glue, CD501 Card Pack Square White Other: Black and white paper twine
I created something really simple using the paper pad and sticker book only. This colorful and playful collection is perfect not just for birthdays but for any other occasion like graduation or promotion etc.
Believe it or not, I only used the 6″ x 6.5″ paper pad and sticker book in creating these cards. What I love about the paper pads and sticker books is the variety of word arts you can use for birthdays or other greetings for any occasion.
I uploaded a PDF instruction you can download and it’s pretty simple you can do it yourself using the same collection or any of your choice. I made a second card using the same design principle but using different papers and embellishments/elements.
I hope these cards inspired you to create something today! Thanks for dropping by and have a crafty day!
Hello, Donna here with my take on the Lady Like collection. I love this collection with its soft color palette of pink, blues, greys, and greens as well as the designs and patterns especially, yes you guessed right, the floral ones.
You can download the PDF instruction HERE or click the main image above.
I created a simple mixed media background by using some stencil and molding paste as well as stamping and some distressing to add a bit of texture to the layout.
This banner is one of my favorite parts of this layout. I used the pennants from the sticker book and some hemp twine and I have a beautiful banner! I adhered the pennants in place to secure it properly though even though they’re stickers.
I also like trimming down some word art strips like the ones I used here. I do this when I didn’t one the word art strip/s to overwhelm the overall look of the layout. I also like snipping the edges either a simple slanted trim or some triangles to create a “banner-like” look.
ALL Kaisercraft products to create this layout are available online at the Kaisercraft Shop.
That’s all from me today and I hope you liked my layout as much as I do. Thank you for dropping by and see you in my next post.
I added some texture first using the PELAGIC paper (reverse) as the background, with stencil and molding paste.
I also loved how the Texture Netting decorative die added to the mixed media background as well as to the clusters and layers of papers, flourishes and die cuts under and around the photo.
I kept the wood flourishes as is to mix with the color palette of the collection. Then I stamped in random places using the clear stamp and Denim ink pad. I have a tip for you as well, don’t throw away the paper product strips, you can use it like I did here, to add some wonderful word arts to your layout.
That’s all from me today. I hope you liked my layout as much as I do.