Hello! Donna here sharing today’s project using the beautiful Fairy Garden collection. I love the soft pastel colors, florals, butterflies and fairies in this collection. It’s perfect for whimsical and magical themed crafty projects.
For my project, I made this simple card with lots of fussy cutting. I splattered some white glimmer mist before adhering anything for a little bit of sparkle.
I used a polka dots paper from the 6.5 paper pad, cut it into a 1-inch strip and pleated it.
I fussy cut a couple of big floral images from the Moonstone paper and then mounted a die cut from the Collectables pack with foam tape for dimension. I also fussy cut some butterflies and fairies.
I also customized the envelope and the inside of the card with some papers from the 6.5 paper pad.
Tatiana is here with you today and this time I’d like to share big album featuring ‘Fairy Garden’ collection. Pages in this album are 25 x 25 cm size. I fussy cut flowers and fairies from the paper and used them as embellishments of the pages.
All flourishes are covere with white embossing powder. Some of the flowers I created from the foam sheet, I cut them by hand and embellished with beads.
For the layering I used paper from the 6 12 paper pad and envelopes.
Kaisercraft Products: PK578 Paper Pack | CT932 Collectables | FL620 Flourish Pack – Make a Wish | PP1039 Paper Pad | S701 Rhinestones – Soft Pink | SB707 Rhinestones – Mint Green | PT217 Printed Tape – Butterflies | CD113 Vanilla | CD141 Musk | CD119 Avocado | CD163 Spearmint | SF902 Art Foam – Ivory | SF908 Art Foam – Blossom | SF920 Art Foam – Sage | EM433 Pearl String – Pearl | F657 Mini Paper Blooms – Fairy Floss | F649 Mini Paper Blooms – Sage | F646 Mini Paper Blooms – Buttercream | CD507 Square Card Pack – Baby Pink | CD502 Square Card Pack – Cream
It’s Mabel here again to share with you a layout that I did with a little interactive element. A shaker layout! Instead of creating a usual shaker card, I had incorporated the element into a layout.
I was inspired by Kaisercraft’s new collection ‘Fairy Garden’.
The piece ‘Fantasy’ (P2488) was particularly suitable for this project. I had fussy cut out the blank space in the loop and glue on a sheet of acetate on the flipped side of the page in preparation of making a shaker layout.
I had mount the piece on foam tape or cardboard to create room for sequins to move about and then I poured assorted sequins into the pocket created with the foam tape/ cardboard and seal the base. The base I had chosen is ‘Fairy Land’ (P2492).
Now that the shaker component is completed, I had glued on my sentiment from the sticker sheet as well as layering some pieces from the collectables for more interest. By fussy cutting out more flowers and fairies of assorted sheets of the same collection, I am able to add dimensions to my project.
The soft pastel tones of ‘Fairy Garden’ will inspire you for many a pretty project.Delicate Florals, Butterflies and Fairies are all a part of this beautiful range. I was inspired to create a layout with this range and drew inspiration from the gorgeous prints included.Do you believe in Fairies??……
‘Down beneath the garden path,
Fairies gather to dance and laugh’………
Here is a look at my completed layout-
I’ve combined many different papers for my background and I love the mix of stripes,spots and florals. I back a quote from the sticker sheet with foam tape to add to the sticker border I have also added.It was a perfect descriptive piece for the theme of my overall layout.
I’ve layered lots of collectables to balance my photo and I have also added some delicate vines from the 3D flower die set. These are a great space filler and can add wonderful texture to your layout.
A close up showing some of the gorgeous collectables from the range. The cute little Fairies are a favourite.
I hope you have enjoyed seeing the layout I have shared with you all today. ‘Fairy Garden’ is set to be a very popular collection, perfect for creating many wonderful projects for the little girls in your life.
It’s Renee here, to share with you, a layout I created using the new release Misty Mountains Collection.
This collection features so many pretty elements. The colours are gorgeous.
The photo on this layout is my niece Madelyn. I always look for a photo that will be perfectly matched to the collection I am using at the time.
There are loads of details in this layout and many layers.
I started by using the P2501 Eclipse (Reverse) paper.
I then layered some Whipped Sparkle with the IT027 Mini Designer Template – Damask.
I used the template in 4 areas on my background.
I inked onto plastic packaging and stamped using the following Kaisercraft Ink Pads. IP732 Orchid, IP725 Petal Pink and IP728 Saffron combined with water. These inks are the perfect colours for this collection. I then finished off with a strip from the Sticker Sheet.
Here are some close-ups of the finished layout:
Here you can see how layered the template is. So much detail in the texture.
Loads of Kaisercraft flowers and layers in the clusters.
The Title “Loved & Beautiful” is from the CT933 Collectables.
Another cluster of flowers.
Kaisercraft Products: Misty Mountain Collection – P2501 Eclipse (Reverse) | P2502 Agate (Reverse) | P2499 Dusty Plum | P2498 Bokeh | SS359 Sticker Sheet | CT933 Collectables | IT027 Mini Designer Template – Damask | IP732 Ink Pad – Orchid | IP725 Ink Pad – Petal Pink | IP728 Ink Pad – Saffron | F639 Paper Blooms – Fuchsia | F642 Paper Blooms – Misty | F644 Mini Paper Blooms – Coconut | F660 Mini Paper Blooms – Amethyst | SB713 Pearls – Pearl | SB785 Pearls – Lavender | SB706 Rhinestones – Dark Purple | T302 Mounting Foam Dots | T315 Double Sided Tape
What a magical month we have in store for March with two whimsical collections to wet your appetite! We’ve got rose gold foil and glitter accents plus a nod to Pantone colour of the year: Ultra Violet! So get scrolling and let us know what beautiful projects you’ll be creating with our March release collections in the comments section below!
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It’s Mabel here again to share with you a little mixed media canvas piece I did with Kaisercraft new collection ‘Beach Shack’.
I had used texture paste over Kaisercraft 6×6 Stencil ‘IT460’. It was meant to be mimicking wave ripples, but I had made it seemed like its seaweed instead with the layers of colours I had piled on top. I guess its a creative way to extend the use of the products you own?
I was going for a distressed look, hence I had a makeup sponge ready to sponge on the blues and browns from Kaisercraft inkpads. I had even watered it down to use it as watercolour.
To say that the ephemera I used from this collection is useful will be a major understatement. It had made crafting so much easier and faster as no fussy-cutting is required. Hence, BIG LOVE to these die-cuts.
I also added bits and pieces of cheese cloth that was pulled loose to add additional interest to the canvas piece. It does looks like fishing net doesn’t it?
I had stamped and embossed using the stamp in this collection to create my centrepiece. I particularly like this saying as I always believe that curiosity is the deciding factor to push someone further in exploration.