Breathe It All In

Hello everyone.

I hope you are all well and keeping safe. Just before we end off the month, it is my turn to host a project using the Fallen Leaves Collection.

Kaisercraft products: Fallen Leaves Collection: P2919 Crunchy Leaves; P2921 Cosy Corner, P2925 Open Spaces; P2927 Frosty Fields; PP1087 6½”x 6½”paper pad; CT981 Collectables; CS381 Clear Stamps; FL668 Flourish Pack; IP751 Chocolate Inkpad

Starting with the P2921 Cosy Corner, cut the paper down to 11″ x 11″, then using a sanding block, sand all the way around the edges, giving a little more around the corners. This paper is then adhered in the centre of P2924.

Using some of the papers from the 6½” x 6½” paper pad, I have cut these down and used these to mat my photo, as well as adding some of the Collectables. This has been added to the centre of the page on foam tape – down the centre as I have tucked in leaves under and around the photo. Fussy cut leaves from then P2919 Crunchy Leaves paper and find all the leaves in the Collectabes pack – I have edged these with brown ink. Stamp a few leaves onto the smooth side of white card stock, using the big leaf of the clear stamps. Once dry to the touch, fussy cut these out, and edge with ink.

Arrange the fussy cut leaves, the stamped leaves and the collectable leaves around the photo, and adhere. Add the “ruler” strip from the P2927 Frosty Fields paper. The tags are from the mini paper pad.

I have then inserted wooden leaves throughout the paper leaves and the title “Breathe It All In” is also from the wooden flourish pack. The birds are from the collectable pack and added to finish off the layout.

Thank you for visiting the Kaisercraft blog today.

Wonder

Products Used:
Papers: P2921 Cosy Corner (reverse) | P2920 Crisp Air | P2927 Frosty Fields (reverse) | CT981 Collectables | DD492 DIY Flora Gerbera | CB153 Corrugated Cardboard |
T302 Foam Dots

Other: Mulberry paper, beads

Hey Kaiser fans, thank you for dropping by the blog, it is Hetty with you. Today I would like to share this layout called ‘Wonderful’ using the amazing Fallen Leaves Collection. I started it off by tearing a piece of corrugated cardboard and layered it behind my photo. For the background I used two papers – Cosy corner and Frosty Fields. I tore half of the Frosty Fields and added it to Cosy Corner. From Crisp Air I trimmed a piece 3″ x 6″ approximately and added this to my background. Next I added my photo with some foam dots and from there I started building up selected pieces from the Collectables and build my design. All Collectable pieces are added with foam dots. The flowers were made from Mulberry paper using the Gerbera Die. I cut two layers of each flower and glued them together and finished them off with a bead for the centre.

That is it for me today, happy crafting.

Until next time…

Hugs

Hetty

Blessed and a Goodbye

Hello all! It’s Lisa here on the blog today to share some
Fallen Leaves collection inspiration with you.

I have created this layout using the paper from the 6 x 6 Paper Pad.

I have also used some of the collectables and
fussy cut elements to build my layers.

I am in love with the cute little birds throughout the collection,
as well as the gorgeous botanical elements.

I have used one of the lucky dip wood pieces.

Lots of layering of the collectables.

I hope that you like what I have created.
Unfortunately, this will be my last layout as a Design Team Member for Kaisercraft, but it probably won’t be my last Kaisercraft layout.

Thank you all so much for your lovely comments and support over the past couple of years. Thank you also to Kaisercraft for giving me this fabulous opportunity I have enjoyed it a lot.

That’s all for me

Lisa xo

Explore

Hello everyone! I hope that you are safe and well. Today I am sharing my layout which features products and papers from Kaisercraft’s Fallen Leaves Collection. In my layout, I wanted to explore some mixed media techniques for my background and to add some different textures.

Kaisercraft Products: FALLEN LEAVES Collection: P2923 Warm Breeze| P2924 Winding Roads| P2921 Cozy Corner |CD651 Kraft Cardstock | CT981 Collectables| Ink Pads 757 Permanent Black and IP724 Bark| CS752 Clear Stamp Script| IT007 Mini Designer Template Dots and Dashes| Paper Blooms F628 Honey and F636 Ruby

OTHER: Gesso| Distress Oxide |Modelling Paste

I used some torn papers from the collection to add some interest and used a thin layer of white gesso as a base before adding some distress oxide inks.

I also used Kaisercraft a script stamp and stencil to add more texture as well. My paper blooms that I selected compliment the colours in my photo.

Click here for FULL step by step instructions for this layout.

To purchase any of the products from this collection, visit your local stockist or click here to view the Kaisercraft online store.

Stay safe and well during these challenging times. Find something that brings you joy and make something you enjoy.

Take good care.

Fallen Leaves – Treasure the day

Hi everyone, It’s Chrissy here with you today sharing my latest layout using the gorgeous “Fallen Leaves” Kaisercraft collection – this range features beautiful patterns & leaves in a rich, earthy colour palette of golds, greens and browns.

Kaisercraft Products Fallen Leaves collection: P2919 Crunchy x 2|P2921 Cosy Corner x 2|P2923 Warm Breeze|P2926 Morning Dew x 2|CS381 Clear Stamp|PP1087 6.5 x 6.5 Paper Pad|CT 981 Collectables Set.

Other Products: Gold DMC Thread|Acetate Sheet

I started by using the dark green side of one of the Cosy Corner papers as my base, just to give that green edge to my layout. I then layered on the morning Dew paper and then at an angle another Cosy Corner paper.

I stitched a border around the second shaped dark green paper, then layered this on top.

I fussy cut lots of the leaves from the other papers & paper pad, I also used the leaf in the stamp set, stamped over the big gold leaves then fussy cut them out

I then layered up all the leaves, some in the bottom lefthand corner of my photo

………and layered them in the top right hand corner of my photo

I like to build up my clusters, i use foam pads to do this, which then gives it height and dimension

I love building up height and dimension on my layouts – shape your clusters and use foam pads to get this look.

Thank you for stopping by, you can find this beautiful collection over on the Kaisercraft website https://www.kaisercraft.com.au/

Happy Scrapping!!!! Chrissy Tingey

Fallen Leaves | Blessed Scrapbook Layout

Hello, Kaisercraft friends! It’s Donna here with you today sharing my take on the newest Kaisercraft collection, Fallen Leaves.

I made a simple layout with a bit of mixed media background using some watercolor splashes. I chose colors that coordinate with the Fallen Leaves color palette. Then I also splattered some gold mist and let it dry on its own so it won’t lose it’s natural sheen/sparkle.

Kaisercraft Products: FALLEN LEAVES Collection: CT981 Collectables | PP1087 Paper Pad | FL668 Flourishes | CD301 White Cardstock | CS381 Clear Stamp | F628 Honey | KM132 Gold Mist | IP750 Chestnut | IP751 Chocolate

Other: Watercolors | Thread

I used several papers from the 6.5 paper pad to add some layers as well as the shaped borders that you can also find in the same paper pad.

I adhered the photo on top of the layered papers and I used some foam tape to mount it for added dimension.

I further embellished with flowers, wood flourishes and collectables.

I love that it is simple yet with texture and dimension because of the watercolor splashes and the layers of papers and clusters of embellishments, respectively.

You can download the PDF instruction for this layout here.

Thank you for dropping by!
Have a happy crafty day!

Fallen Leaves – Cards

Hi there Kaisercraft fans! It’s Jo here on the blog today to share with you some cards I created using the new Fallen Leaves collection.

Kaisercraft Products: FALLEN LEAVES Collection: P2924 Winding Roads | P2923 Warm Breeze | P2920 Crisp Air | CT981 Collectables | PP1087 Paper Pad | FL668 Flourishes

I started by adding some patterned paper to the base of some DL size cards.

I then clustered up embellishments from the collectables pack using a mix of double sided tape along with some foam tape, to make little focal points for my cards.

I also tucked in some of the wooden flourises as well for extra interest.

To finish them, I splattered some white gesso over the top.

Here is a closer look at each card indivually.

Thank you for dropping by and I hope you liked my cards

If you like any of the products from this collection, visit your local stockist or Click here to visit the Kaisercraft online store.

Fallen leaves Embossed details

Fallen Leaves Collection: P2919 Crunchy Leaves | P2920 Crisp Air | PP1087 Paper Pad | CT981 Collectables | CS381 Clear Stamps | KM130 Brown Kaiser Mist | CD301 Snow Card stock | Foamtape
Other: Buttons | Gold embossing Powder | Versamark ink pad | Diamante

Today on the blog I am sharing a single page using the gorgeous new Fallen Leaves Collection. The moment I saw those big leaves and the stamp set I knew what I wanted to do – those winter leaves were begging for some texture, so come along and see how I created them.

I Used my stamp set and repeatedly stamped over my cut out leaves using Versamark ink pad, then sprinkled with gold embossing powder and heat set the powder until fully melted. The gold embossing gives the plain leaves some beautiful interest.
Using different stamps with the same embossing gives the leaves some different texture and looks amazing next to the mustard yellow shades.
A mixture of collectibles and cut out elements from the paper pad makes for an interesting assortment of clustered details.
More stamping, ink splats and some stenciled details add interest to the background.
I finished off my layout by adding some buttons and diamante. I hope you enjoyed this journey and how easy it is to transform your patterned paper and give loads of interest to elements using stamps and embossing. Until next time – have fun with this amazing collection Jowilna x

Sweet Baby Girl Scrapbook Layout

Hello, Kaisercraft friends! It’s Donna here on the blog today with a brand new scrapbook layout using the Little Treasures collection.

Kaisercraft Products: LITTLE TREASURES Collection: P2929 Sweetheart | P2931 Tiny Miracle | P2931 Cuddles | CT928 Collectables | CD601 White Cardstock | RS403 Antique Rose |

Other:  Watercolors | White Doily

I started by trimming a 12″ x 12″ white cardstock into about 10″ x 10″ and a patterned paper into 11″ x 11″ then distressed the edges. I adhered both to another patterned paper using foam tape for a bit of height.

I added splatters of watercolors on the white cardstock and when it has dried I arranged lots of fussy cut and die cuts in a circle to create a wreath.

I used a mixture of different thickness of foam tape to adhere them for different depth. Then I placed my photos over a white doily. I scattered rhinestones to complete the layout.

Thank you for dropping by and I hope you liked my layout!

If you like any of the products from this collection, visit your local stockist or Click here to visit the Kaisercraft online store.

Click here to download full instructions for the layout.

Happy crafting,

Little Treasures – Cards

Hello Kaisercraft fans and welcome back to the blog! I hope this post finds you well in these crazy times we now find ourselves in.

Little Treasures Collection: PP1088 Paper Pad | CT982 | Collectables | Collectables Sentiments |

How sweet is this new collection – Little Treasures! I love the sweet little images and those beautiful flowers in the collectables pack. As my “babies” are now big people and they have friends who are now having babies I made a couple of cards in preparation.

These cards were super easy to create.

I covered my card base with some pretty papers from the paper pad. Then I made a couple of embellishment clusters from the collectables pack to sit at the top of my card.

Here is a look at each individual card

If you like any of the products from this collection, visit your local stockist or click here to visit the Kaisercraft online store.

Stay safe and well. Happy crafting!