Today the Design Team have used the P2870 ‘Doorway’ paper, in full or in part, on their works. They have some gorgeous projects showcasing the many ways to use this page.
Papers Used:P2869 Textiles|P2870 Doorway x 2|P2867 Ceramic Tiles
Other Products:CT975 Grand Bazaar Collectables|SK821 Sticker Book
I Love this exotic collection the colours are absolutely gorgeous, I particularly love the combination of the mustard and green colours against the woodgrain paper – so picked out the colour coordinating doors from the Doorway paper to create my layout. I layered the doors either side of my photo going diagonally across my layout.
Happy crafting – Chrissy Tingey xXx
I fell in love with these doors when I received the Grand Bazaar collection. I was so happy to be able to create a layout where they were the feature leading your eye across my page. I have made them travel on a diagonal to make my page flow. You can find the full instructions for this layout HERE.
I love the richness of colours and the texture you can almost feel on these doors. I decided to just layer them over each other and use it as a base for my photo to sit on.
Papers: Grand Bazaar Collection: P2870 Doorway | SK821 Sticker Book | CT975 | Collectables KC Products: KM132 Gold Shimmer Kaiser Mist, Diamante, Foam tape, CD511 White C6 Card Pack, CS375 Clear Stamps Acrylic , IP747 Denim Ink Pad
Don’t forget you can find the Grand Bazaar collection in store now at your local stockist, or online at Kaisercraft.
Today I am up on the blog using the Grand Bazaar collection to make a 4½” x 6½” mini album. I love the colours of this collection and the gorgeous patterns.
I have used the CD512 Kraft C6 Card pack and kraft stock as the base of my album – even using a card to create the spine and using the envelopes to create the pages. I have used precut chip board to make this.
The cover has been made with the P2868 Boho Paisley paper, and then I have stencilled IT913 Leafy stencil with textured paste on the front cover and then used the bar strips P2872 Free Spirited paper top and bottom and then created the front cover with collectables and the sticker book
Here are some sample pages from the album:
I have created a video walk through of the mini album. To have a look, click here
This is my last post for 2019 – wishing you and your family all of the best over the Festive Season and best wishes for 2020.
Good morning how are you? Sometimes a collection comes along and you have an instant love for it this NEW collection – Grand Bazzar is this for me. Today I am sharing with you how to showcase all the amazing pattern in this collection.
Hello! It’s Donna here again with my take on the Grand Bazaar collection.
I made a scrapbook layout with white cardstock as a background to showcase the beautiful color palette of this collection.
Download the PDF instruction HERE or click the main image above.
PRODUCTS USED: PAPERS: GRAND BAZAAR Collection: P2871 Persian Rug KAISERCRAFT PRODUCTS: PP1081 Paper pad, SK821 Sticker book, CR221 Curios, CT975 Collectables, FL662 Flourish Pack, KM132 Kaiser Mist Gold, CD601 White, EM405 Doily, T315 Double-Sided Tape, T303 Foam Tape, T321 Acid-Free Craft Glue, Other: White embroidery thread, sequins
I love this particular paper in the collection, PERSIAN RUG. I fussy cut just the center and cut it in half and adhered to the right and left side of the layout. This will be the starting point of the diagonal design of the layout.
I placed the feathers from the Collectables pack going down diagonally towards the lower left side of the layout to create movement.
I used thin foam tape to create a subtle dimension to some of the embellishments especially the stickers and Collectables. The gold Kaiser mist and as well as the scatters of sequins all over the layout added a bit of texture. Then I just simply added a few lines of journaling to complete the layout.
That’s all from me today and I hope you liked my layout using the Grand Bazaar collection. Do leave your comments or questions, I love reading your comments.
Thank you for dropping by and see you in my next post!
Hi Everyone, Chrissy here with my first project for December using the gorgeous & exotic “Grand Bazaar” collection. I love the bright rich colours in this collection and the flowers on the “Boho Paisley” paper were just perfect for fussy cutting.
Kaisercraft Products Used: Grand Bazaar – P2866 Folklore|P2867 Ceramic Tiles x3|P2868 Boho Paisley x 2|FL662 Flourish Pack|
Other Products Used:SB793 Black Pearls|CD324 Crimson Kaisercard|Red Thread for sewing
I used the Crimson Kaisercard for my base, I love adding coordinating card stock as a frame for my layouts. On top of this I matted the reverse side of the “Folklore” paper and added bright red hand stitching. On top of this I matted the mustard side of the “Ceramic Tiles” paper (with more stitching) I fussy cut all the tiles from another piece of the “Ceramic Tiles” paper.
I picked out the tiles from the paper with mainly the dark blues & reds on them. The Wooden flourishes make great titles, I coloured the “Thankful for you” Flourish using black and yellow ink pads.
I fussy cut the flowers from the “Boho Paisley” paper and arranged them around my photo, I love the detail on these flowers
This layout has lots of height, I love using foam pads to some of the fussy cut flowers to achieve this. I also like to curl and shape them.
I loved using this beautiful collection and hope i have inspired you to have a play – and look forward to seeing your creations using it over on Kaiser Corner.
You can find this beautiful collection and other Kaisercraft products over on the Kaisercraft website
Grand Bazaar Welcome, welcome to the Grand Bazaar! Folkloric, exotic and enriched with fine detail, this collection will have you roaming freely like a historic merchant. Hints of merlot & cinnamon balanced with enriching and free-spirited sentiments make this collection perfect for your next boho inspired project. .
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