This gorgeous range from Kaisercraft has everything and so much more for all your memory keeping themes. From babies to wedding, family and friends this range is perfect for it all. I had this gorgeous photo of my friends’ baby and it was begging to be used on this layout.
Le Belle Collection: PK627 Le Belle Paper Pack | Paris Posy | Birdcage | CT997 | Collectables | PP1096 | Paper Pad Other: sewing thread, walnut ink, foam tape, diamante, pearls
I used one of the barcode strips and adhered it about one third from the bottom of the “Birdcage” patterned paper, that I used as my background. I added flowers under it as well as flowers layered over the top using foam tape for a fun effect.
A few sewn stitches and some pearls add a nice finishing touch to an otherwise plain barcode strip. I combined die-cut collectibles with my cut out flowers scattered across the layout.
On the side of my photo I combined some collectibles and embellishments. A small stitch adds a nice detail holding the elements together.
Dimension and layers are key for this fun scattered floral design. I love how these flowers fussy cut from the patterned paper look together. The colours are soft and delicate without disappearing – a perfect combination of classy, elegant and feminine. I can see myself doing so much more with this wonderful range of papers.
We hope you are inspired by this amazing range and can’t wait to see so many wonderful creations by all of you. Thanks for stopping by until next time – keep on creating! Jowilna xxx
Hello everyone. I hope that you are keeping safe and well. It has been a little while since I’ve shared a project with you, but I am glad to be able to share a slimline card with you, using the Le Belle Collection. Its vintage and gorgeous.
Kaisercraft Products: Le Belle Collection: P2973 Paris Posy | P2984 Garden | CT 994 Le Belle Collectables | CD301 Snow Kaisercard| F641 Dusty Pink Paper Blooms | DD547 Circle Vines Decorative Die
Other: Fishtail Flags Die| Hemp
I enjoy creating cards using slimline dimensions. I use 9″ x 4″ for my card base.
For the focal area of my card, I have used a birdcage and butterfly from the collectables. I fussy cut some flowers from Garden (reverse) to add to the base of the cage. I then altered some paper blooms to add dimension and also add a vintage feel to the card.
As I had chosen a slimline card as my card design, I could take advantage of the extra length of the card front. I used a variety of fishtails created from dies from my stash and adhered them using glue and foam tape to add dimension.
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Hello everyone! I hope that you are well. I am sharing a layout that I have created using the Flowering Natives Collection. It has many beautiful native florals in this collection. I decided to take it in a vintage direction with my layout.
Kaisercraft Products: Flowering Natives Collection: Wattle Flower (reverse) | Daisy | CT995 Collectables | IT468 6×6 Designer Template Grunge | CS752 Clear Stamp Script| Paper Blooms : F633 Olive and F639 Fuschia | IP757 Ink Pad Permanent Black
I distressed the edges of my papers and inked them with vintage photo distress ink. I also used stamping and stencils to add textures in my background. I applied some of the vintage photo distress ink to my paper to dull it. When I did this, it reminded me of faded wallpaper.
I cut up a sentiment from the base of a paper and inked the edges and used it on my layout. I felt it complimented the sentiment. To add more vintage feel to my layout, I added some ink splatters once complete.
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Hi everyone, welcome to another post on the blog today. I am using the gorgeous new release from this month “Flowering Natives” for a double page layout. I think it’s specially close to my heart because of the Proteas – one of my favourite flowers. And I simply adore this paper range with it on.
I am also showing you this neat trick I have of working around a product that I love but don’;t like using – LETTERING STICKERS! I love them, I see the value of them I just don’t like using them. So instead of not using them, I use them in creative ways. And for this layout I simply cut the lettering portion and used it as a patterned paper piece.
If you think the letters may pop off after years of being in an album, them paint a thin layer of gel medium over the letters to seal them in permanently – it will dry clear and matt and seal them in – for those just in case moments.
I used the collectibles to add some dimension by layering the elements using foam tape.
Barcode strips, sticker strips with some sewing details layered on top of the alphabet sticker piece.
A fun way of using all those beautiful tags is grouping them for repetition on a project. I also use this trick when I only have a few elements left-over from my pack. Those little elements that seem to be forgotten – so I use them in numbers for effect. A few stitches and some diamante add more interest.
A great collection for all those fun traveling photos to see the Proteas, outdoor events like weddings and family gatherings or for those everyday special occasions – because at the end of the day its those little moments that make life big. Until next time – blessings Jowilna! x
King protea, wattles & daisies are just the beginning of our Flowering Natives collection. Floral patterns teamed with blushing pinks and confident greens bring to life bold & humble native flora. Adorn your next paper craft project with daring butterflies and empowering thoughts.
Kaisercraft’s new Flowering Natives Collection features:
12 x 12 Paper Pack 6.5 Paper Pad Collectables Pack
Time to start your next scrapbooking layout or cardmaking project!
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Hello, Kaisercraft friends. It’s Donna here with my take on one of the newest collections from Kaisercraft.
I made a very simple scrapbook layout focusing on the photo of my friend’s baby announcement. The color palette and soft, delicate design of the collection perfectly suit my chosen photo.
Hi everyone, welcome to today’s blog post where I am sharing 2 quick cards. For me card making has to be quick. And although I appreciate those gorgeous fancy cards I ice when I think they will just be trashed one day – so for me personally quick and easy does the trick.
Si in ten minutes or less I created these gorgeous cards using this amazing new range. And what better way to spoil someone with a handmade card, even if it may find its way to the landfill one day – for today it brings me joy creating a beautiful card and going through the creative process. Until next time – happy creating Jowilna xx
Hello everyone! It’s been a very long while but I am very happy to be able to share a birthday card with you today. It’s using paper from Kaisercraft’s new release Lilac Mist.
Kaisercraft Products:Lilac Mist Collection: PP1093 Paper Pad | Kaisercard : CD343 Blueberry, CD301 Snow, CD114 Forest | Decorative Dies: DD547 Circle Vines, DD3335 Birthday Wishes, DD815 Sketched Circles | DIY Flora Dies DD493 Flora Leaves, DD494 Flora Branches | F643 Amethyst Paper Blooms | F659 Misty Mini Paper Blooms
Other: Hemp | Cherry Blossoms
To create my card, I wanted to showcase lots of the papers as I had a difficult time deciding which ones I wanted to use as I liked them all. To help me in my design decision, I pulled out of the paper pad some papers that were my first choice – which were four! Next I went to Pinterest and had a look at the card sketches. I often do this to kick start my ideas and then I found asketchthat appealed to me. This sketch would enable me to showcase the papers I selected plus provide me with some options in my composition.
To get the dimensions of the smaller squares, I just cut out scrap paper and played around with them until I was happy with everything.
Once my papers were positioned, I embellished with flowers and dies from previous releases.
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