Life is a journey

Hello, wonderful Kaisercraft friends. It’s Donna here to share my layout using the Journey collection.

This collection is perfect for those vintage lovers and travel-loving scrapbookers. Although I don’t really travel much, I have some photos that really matched the feel of this layout. Living in Saudi Arabia = desert. Lots and lots of it. I used an oldie but a fave photo I took from one of our desert escapades way back about 6 years ago.

I love the rugged feel and the blue and yellow tones in the collection. Even the cactus is a perfect accent to my layout!

Click the image above or click HERE to download the instructions for this layout.

PAPERS: JOURNEY Collection: P2768 Vagabond, P2769 Adventurer, P2771 Roamer

KC PRODUCTS: SK810 Sticker Book, PP1070 Paper Pad, CT964 Collectables, CR210 Curios, FL651 Flourish Pack, Kaiser Mists – KM129 Navy, KM132 Gold Shimmer, KM212 White, KM127 Turquoise, IP753 Licorice, CS358 Leather Texture Stamp, DD806 Cut out Patterns, GC106 Bronze, T303 Foam Tape, T314 Double-Sided Tape, T321 Acid-free craft glue

I started with splattering watered down Kaiser mists to Vagabond. I let it dry first before adhering the papers and embellishments down.
Tip: Try to splatter in different height from the background to get different sizes of splatters and/or you can use different brush sizes to get different splatter effects.

Use scissors or any tool to distress the edges of the papers and the photo. Incorporating different texture of papers like glittered cardstock enhances the overall look of a layout. I used a couple here die cutting a glittered cardstock.

Here is a slideshow for more detailed shots of the finished layout:

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That’s all from me today. I hope you liked my layout! Until next time…

Happy crafting,

Challenge Corner #4 Tic Tac Toe & Winners!!

Hello all! It’s Lisa here today with a bit of a challenge for you.
I have created a Tic Tac Toe Challenge.

In order to enter you need to create a project using 3 adjoining squares on the board.
You can choose a vertical, horizontal or diagonal line.
Just let us know which line you have chosen. Share your entry in our Facebook Group – Kaisercraft Corner with the hashtag

I have created a sample layout for you using this month’s Journey Collection.
I have used my Kaiser Mists, Journey Clear Stamp Set and Curios.
I may have also used a lot of other squares, of course, you can use others also.

I love this collection, perfect for my travel photos.

I have used the Clear Stamps on my background,
as well as fussy cutting out the sentiments.

Rikki here with my take on this challenge, my block is – Collectables , Three Pattern Papers and Kaiser mist…..

Journey Collection; P27766 Traveller, P2770 Tourist, CT964 Collectables, CR210 Curios, KM126 Kaiser mist – lime.

I can’t wait to see what you all come up with for this challenge.
Don’t forget to share in Kaisercraft Corner with the hashtag.

So lastly, I need to announce the winners for our previous challenge.
We had so many gorgeous entries, it was difficult to choose. You guys are seriously awesome stampers!
The winners are:

IRENE KING – Who created these gorgeous cards

CORALIE LIZZY CRUST – Who created this stunning layout

Ladies if you could please contact Melissa Kennedy via PM through Facebook,
to arrange your prizes.

Until next time!


If your like me, I take 1000’s of photos on my phone as well as my DSLR, one of the advantages of taking photos on my phone is the Panoramic photo, but I often forget that I took the photos and never print them……

Not this time, I was inspired to print and scrap them with the NEW Kaisercraft Journey Collection – IN STORE NOW !!!

And to make it extra special……. its a double layout to boot !!!

PAPERS: JOURNEY Collection: P2766 Traveller, P2769 Adventure,P2772 Voyager,  CT964 Collectables, FL 651 Flourish Pack, CR210 Curios.

KC PRODUCTS: T303 Foam Tape, T315 Double Sided 12mm Tape.

If you want to see how this double layout was created download the printable PDF HERE

Discover – Journey Layout with Terhi

Hi all, Terhi here!
I’m inspiring you today with a scrapbook layout made of teeny tiny small paper pieces. We all have those left over papers from cards, layouts, all kind of projects we’ve done. Well, this is one way to use all the beautiful paper pieces and turn them into a background of a layout.

Products: Journey Collection P2768 Vagabond, P2769 Adventure, P2770 Tourist, P2773 Globe Trotter, P2774 Meanderer, PP1070 Paper Pad, SK810 Sticker Book, CT964 Collectibles, CR210 Curios, T321 Craft Glue, T303 Foam Tape.
Other: Thread.

To create this kind of background you need only the papers, and different adhesives. My favourites are foam tape and foam dots, anything to make some dimension with. Start by cutting your papers to 1″x1″, 1″x1,5″ and 1″x2″, then start adhering the pieces randomly but straight on white cardstock.

Continue building the layout by adding photograph or two. if you take a close look to my layout, you can spy some really small photos there. They are same photos printed over and over again and used kind of as embellishments. I really like to colour scheme on the photos, and wanted to repeat it on the page.

You can choose stamped embellishments, or go with the easy way and add lots of stickers to decorate the page. Also, in the end of the PP1070 Paper Pad you can find many sweet ephemera pieces. I love adding them at this point, for example the yellow stripe next to the main photo is from there.
To finish this page I first added three curious, and then flicked some white ink here and there. Voilá!

I hope you are inspired!
Before you go, take the instruction with you and have fun crafting!
Terhi xx

Journey Collection and Coordinating Products

Follow the spice trail of our Journey collection and you’ll be left in a state of absolute wanderlust. Featuring an array of raw colours, intricate designs and heavy textures, this lavish and cultured collection will instantly have you planning your next Moroccan adventure.

This month the second release is the JOURNEY collection that you can use, not only with your travel photos, but is versatile enough to use for your everyday memories.

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