Hi everyone, today on the blog I am sharing another Lily & Moss layout this time using a patterned paper as background with some of my left-over elements. It’s always amazing how far you can stretch your collections with a bit of imagination – real crafting value!
I hope you are inspired to use the rest of the elements left- over from your beautiful collection. It really goes to show that you don’t need a lot of supplies to be able to create a beautiful project. Until next time Jowilna xxx
Hi Everyone, today on the blog I am sharing with you a layout I’ve created using the beautiful Lily & Moss Collection – the range features pretty pinks & greens and a variety of textures with an artistic feel.
Products used:Lily & Moss Collection|P2883 Pink Plaster|P2886 Flicker|P2887 Flora|P2888 Whirl|P2890 Primary|P2891 Circular x 2 KC Products: SK823 Sticker Book |CT977 Collectables |CD Thyme Kaisercard|DD3352 Lily Decorative Die|RS402 Island Lagoon Rhinestones
Other: Green DMC thread
Once all the base layers were cut to size and matted together I then start to fussy cut all the beautiful flowers and butterflies. If you don’t have enough from the papers, check out the sticker book & collectable packs – I stuck the stickers onto paper then fussy cut around them – I also cut the white edges from the collectables.
I also fussy cut the frames from the P2891 Circular paper, hand stitched around them and layered these onto the base papers
There are so many beautiful flowers in this collection and along with the Lily Decorative Die, I arranged these around my black and white photo.
To give some height to the flowers and embellishments I use foam pads
I love the P2888 Whirl paper, it looks great behind the frames and the stitching & black butterflies finish off the layout.
I hope I have inspired you to use this beautiful collection and look forward to seeing your creations over on Kaisercraft Corner – you can also purchase the Lily & Moss collection here
You can download my instructions here for the layout
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.
I hope that you are safe and well. Today I am sharing a card with you that features stamps and products from the Lily and Moss Collection by Kaisercraft. I was really inspired by the stamp set and decided that I would use this as my main focus for my card.
Kaisercraft Products:Lily and Moss Collection – PP1083 Paper Pad |CD101 Coconut Cardstock | CS377 Lily and Moss Clear Stamp |CT977 Lily and Moss Collectables |Decorative Dies: DD508 Nesting Ovals |DD794 Ornate Pack 2 |CD511 Card Pack C6 White |F641 Dusty Pink Paper Blooms |SB701 Soft Pink Rhinestones
OTHER: Copic Markers |X-Press It Blending Card |Stamens |Hemp |Memento Tuxedo Black Ink |White Gel Pen
I used my copic markers to colour one of the stamps that are part of the stamp set. Once I had finished colouring the image in, I used a white gel pen to add some details to the largest blooms.
To add a vintage feel to my card, I added some die cut details around my stamped image. I used the corner die from the ornate pack 2 plus some rhinestones.
If you don’t own copic markers, this image would like beautiful watercoloured using watercolour markers. It doesn’t take a long time to colour in, but the results are very pleasing!
If you would like to purchase any of the Lily and Moss Collection, visit your local stockist or go online to the Kaisercraft store.
To view the full step by step instructions for this card please click here.
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!
The Pink Plaster paper with all those pretty tiles on it is so versatile, I decided to use it as my background and cut out the ones I wanted to use. I have also stitched in between the tiles and have added some bling to them – You can cut out specific tiles to suit your project, they would also look great as a centre section on a card.
I had lots of fun playing with the tiles in this collection. I have made a frame with the mosaic tiles from TILES, and with the decorative tiles from PINK PLASTER, that I have arranged in a grid. You can find the full instructions for this layout HERE.
Sometimes a pattern is too big, dont be afraid to cut it down into strips of varying sizes to add to your background. I have done a process video so you can follow along HERE, and if you want the downloadable PDF you can download HERE
I decided to use Tiles as my background paper and cut up Pink Plaster and used specific tiles to layer behind my photo. The heart shape was hand drawn on some white card stock as I just wanted some plain white highlight to soften the ‘busy’ background paper. I then layered several Collectables die cuts and arranged them around my photo using foam dots for dimension.
I hope we have inspired you to use these beautiful papers from the Lily and Moss collection, which you can find on the Kaisercraft website here