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.
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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.
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.
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.