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.
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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.
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.
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.
Hello everyone! I hope that you have had a great week. Today I am sharing another Christmas card with you. This time it is with Kaisercraft’s second Christmas release which is called Emerald Eve. This has a more traditional feel, which I do like in Christmas cards.
Products Used: Emerald Eve Collection: P2965 Fir Tree | P2969 Star Bright | P2967 Rejoice | P2970 Emerald Leaves |CT990 Collectables | CT991 Collectables |PP1091 Paper Pad | CS385 Clear Stamp | Other: T302 Foam Dots
Hey Kaiser fans, thank you for dropping by the blog, it is Hetty with you today. Christmas is not far away and it is always good to start early with your Christmas projects, so I would like to share with you my ‘So very Merry’ layout using the gorgeous Emerald Eve Collection.
I used the ‘Emerald Leaves’ printed paper to fussy cut some images and combined these with lots of items from both the Collectables packs to create some beautiful layers. Just have a play around with adding dimension, you will be amazed with all the gorgeous designs you can create.
For my background I chose 3 different printed papers which I thought complimented each other beautifully and layered them askew on top of each other to create a visual effect.
To finish my layout I added some stamping using a some of the leave stamps from this collection and some black ink.
I layered a couple of papers from the 6.5 paper pad and adhered to the Kraft card base with some foam tape for a bit of dimension. I used foam tape for everything to give depth because of the monochromatic palette.
I used some Paper Blooms in Honey, twine and a white doily for more texture. This is quite a simple card and very easy to recreate.
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Hello everyone! I hope that you are safe and well. Today I am sharing my first Christmas card of the year which features papers and products from Kaisercraft’s Native Noel Kit. Scrapbook kits are new to Kaisercraft and this Aussie themed Christmas collection is beautiful.
I decided to create a vintage Christmas card. I used a die which was released earlier this year which coordinated beautifully with the kit. I incorporated the papers and burlap trim and festive ribbon to finish my card.