Perfect Scrapbook Layout | Flower Shoppe

Hello, Kaisercraft friends. Donna here sharing my layout using the Flower Shoppe collection.

Kaisercraft Products: Flowers Shoppe Collection: P29379 Weather Board | P2939 Sunroom | P29412 Garden Path | P2942 Glass House | P2943 Full Boom | PP1089 Paper Pad | CT983 Collectables

Other: White Doily | Border Punch

I used GLASS HOUSE as the background for this layout. I adhered the GARDEN PATH paper and some paper strips from WEATHER BOARD cut with a decorative border punch. Then I placed the photos, one colored and one black (personal preference only), over a couple of white doilies in the middle of the layout. I’ve also fussy cute the cut parts from the FULL BLOOM paper as well as some butterflies from the 6.5 paper pad.

I used the direction where the photo is leaning towards and that is diagonally toward the right side of the layout. I started placing the embellishments that way, towards the lower right side of the layout.

Don’t throw away those product strips! Here, I used it to create my layout title. I used foam tape to create depth.

That’s it! I hope you like this layout and it inspired you to be creative today.

To purchase any of the products, visit your local stockist or click here to visit the online store.

Happy crafting!

 

Pretty Floral Slimline Cards

Hello everyone! I hope that you are well. Today I am sharing two slimline cards using papers and products from the gorgeous Flower Shoppe Collection. Slimline cards are very on trend at the moment and I wanted to have a try at creating this type of card.

Kaisercraft Products: Flowers Shoppe Collection: P2939 Sunroom | P2940 Conservatory | CT983 Collectables | DD55 Round Fancy Frame Decorative Die | Paper Blooms: F630 Iceberg | F627 Coconut | F647 Iceberg Mini Paper Blooms | F672 White Handmade Flowers

Other: Hemp| Stamens|Banner Die

In this card, I wanted to use lots of flowers and the butterflies. I stacked the flowers over some die cut cuts, plus some collectable pieces. I also used some fish tails, to take advantage of the length of this card design.

To create the base of my cards, I used a strong A4 cardstock. I trimmed it down to 8″ x 9″. On a scoreboard, with the 8″ side facing the top, I scored it down the centre at 4″, creating a 4″ x 9″ card.

Kaisercraft Products: Flowers Shoppe Collection: P2943 Full Bloom | P2938 Afternoon | CT983 Collectables | DD369 Oval Vintage Frame Decorative Die | DD755 Lace Borders Decorative Die | CT989 Flower Shoppe Sentiment | CD301 Snow Cardstock

For my second card, I created the same cardbase as above and utilised the pretty collectables to decorate my card. To create a shabby chic look, I used some decorative dies as accents.

To purchase any of the products, visit your local stockist or click here to visit the online store.

Happy crafting!

Home sweet Home Flower shoppe layout

Today on the blog I am sharing this single page created using the gorgeous Flower Shoppe range. I used a cut file, cut with my Cricut Maker and filled in with the patterned paper, creating a gorgeous backdrop for my photo.

Flower Shoppe Collection: P2943 | Full Bloom; P2942 | Glass House; P2937 | Weather Board; P2938 | Afternoon; P2939 | Sunroom; P2940 | Conservatory; P2941 | Garden Path; Collectables
Sentiments; CT983 | Collectables;
Cut out flowers and embellishments create some beautiful and soft details on top of the background.
I added some hand sewing on top of the white border, after backing the inside with my patterned paper sheets.
Using some sentiment strips from the Collectibles packet to add my words.
I love the simplicity of this layout and how it came together with the little details. Sometimes its the little things that make a big impact, and in this case my cut file is the perfct supporting element to this gorgeous paper – plus I get to use as much of the patterns by using them in smaller pieces.
I hope you are inspired to try something new using this amazing range. Until next time, stay safe Jowilna

Love You

Good morning Kaiser fans and welcome to another blog post, it is Hetty with you today. Flower Shoppe is this month’s new release and it is full of gorgeous pastel colours and flowers and don’t you just love that adorable watering can?

Products Used:
Flower Shoppe Collection: PP2942 Glass House | PP2939 Sunroom – front and back | CT983 Collectables

I started this layout by tearing the Sunroom paper in half on an angle and layered both pieces on top of each other, using the blue checker on the reverse side underneath. I think it creates a really neat effect. Next I chose my photo and adhered it slightly to the left of the layout. For the design part i went through my packet of collectables and picked out some pieces I might want to use and started playing around with it by adding them to my layout. Once I was happy with my design I added all the pieces with some foam dots to create dimension. It helps to take a photo of your work before you take all the pieces of for reference, I do this all the time.

It just goes to show you don’t need a lot of elements nor does it have to be difficult and time consuming to create a beautiful layout.

That is it for me today, happy crafting.

Until next time…

Hugs

Hetty

Believe | Whimsy Wishes Layout

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. 

If you would like to purchase any of the products from this kit, click here.    

Vintage Pop and Twist

Hello everyone! I hope that You are well. I cannot believe how quickly the time has gone but I am excited to share with you an interactive Christmas card that looks impressive and is not difficult to make.

Kaisercraft Products: Christmas Miracle Kit: Snow Wood | Santa Claus| Star Tile | Collectables| Clear Stamp | Sticker Sheet | Cardstock CD615 Kraft |CD301 Snow | CD365 Cactus and CD366 Jungle | Decorative Dies: DD3336 Classic Frame | DD801 Lantern Scene | DD507 Nesting Circles |DD718 Uppercase Script |IP751 Chocolate Ink Pad |SB711 Red Rhinestones

 

 I am using products from Kaisercraft’s Christmas Miracle kit. This collection is traditional, vintage and gorgeous. That was my inspiration for my design choices but I wanted to do something a little bit different which is why I chose to make the pop and twist design.                 

Below is a video tutorial for you to follow if you would like to create this card.                                                                                      

                

                                     Click here to download FULL instructions.     

If you would like to purchase any of the products from this kit, click here.     

Thanks for visiting the Kaisercraft blog today and happy crafting!

                       

                                                                                                                      

                                                                                                                   

                                                                                                                    

                                                                                                                          

Believe | Christmas Miracle

Hello, Kaisercraft friends! It’s Donna here with my scrapbook layout with Christmas Miracle collection.

PRODUCTS USED: CHRISTMAS MIRACLE: Poinsettia | Santa Claus | Snow Wood | Christmas Collage | Snowflakes | Chipboard | Clear stamp | Collectables | Lace Trimming | IP753 Licorice
OTHER: White doily

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.

To view instructions on how to make this card click here.

To purchase any items from this collection, visit your local stockist or click here to purchase online.

Have a happy crafty day!

Merry Christmas

Products Used:
Whimsy Wishes Collection: PP2957 Falling Snow -reverse | PP2958 Snowfall- reverse | PP2956 Night Sky | PP2963 Cold Outside | PP2955 Wrapped Up | PP2961 Warm Wishes | CT992 Collectables
Other: T302 Foam Dots | DD820 Snow Chrystals | DD485 Flora Peony | DD799 Poinsettia Flowers | SF901 Silk Foam-White | stamen | Beads

I just love the colours in this collection, the blue and white tones represent the cold perfectly.

I layered the white paper on top of the blue after I trimmed it down slightly and tore the top on an angle. Next I die cut three of the Snow Chrystals and layered them around my photo. From the blue dot paper I die cut 5 poinsettia flowers which I layered with foam dots, scrunched them up a bit to make them look more real and added a centre piece. From the browninsh paper I die Cut some leaves and I fussy cut the sprigs from the Night Sky paper and layered all my items around my photo until I was happy with my design.

To finish off I made some flowers using the Silk Foam and the Flora Peony Die, added some stamen and tucked them amongst my poinsettia flowers. Finally I added a few pieces from the collectables.

That is it for me today, happy crafting.

Until next time…

Hugs

Hetty

Believe by Hetty Hall

Products Used:
Christmas Miracle Collection Kit: PP Snow Wood | PP Snowflakes |
PP Poinsettia | PP Christmas Collage | PP Santa Claus | Collectables | Lace Trimming | Rhinestones | Acetate Specialty
Other: T302 Foam Dots

I fussy cut lots of the poinsettias and layered smaller ones on top of the bigger ones and layered them all around my photo. I fussy cut some element from the Collage paper to add behind my photo. A frame from the acetate sheet is layered on top of my photo and I picked some snow elements from the Collectables to layer in between all the flower clusters. It is finished of with some rhinestones.

That is it for me today, happy crafting.

Until next time…

Hugs

Hetty

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Joy by Hetty Hall

Products Used:
Native Noel Collection Kit: PP Koala | PP Natives | PP Rejoice |Chipboard | Collectables | stickersheet | Clear Stamp |
Other: T302 Foam Dots

Hey Kaiser fans, thank you for dropping by the blog, it is Hetty with you today. It is time to share another gorgeous Christmas kit with you, ‘Native Noel’. I love how the images are all pretty native foliage and animals, perfect for an Aussie Christmas.

Ofcourse I did a bit of fussy cutting of the foliage and layered them all around my photo using lots of dimension. I covered all the chipboard pieces in some clear glitter embossing powder to add a bit of a festive touch.

To finish my layout I added a few selected items for the collectables pack and arranged them around the foliage and added a few stamped images of the cute little wombat so they look like the appear from the foliage to show themselves.

That is it for me today, happy crafting.

Until next time…

Hugs

Hetty