Vintage Pop and Twist

Hello everyone! I hope that You are well. I cannot believe how quickly the time has gone but I am excited to share with you an interactive Christmas card that looks impressive and is not difficult to make.

Kaisercraft Products: Christmas Miracle Kit: Snow Wood | Santa Claus| Star Tile | Collectables| Clear Stamp | Sticker Sheet | Cardstock CD615 Kraft |CD301 Snow | CD365 Cactus and CD366 Jungle | Decorative Dies: DD3336 Classic Frame | DD801 Lantern Scene | DD507 Nesting Circles |DD718 Uppercase Script |IP751 Chocolate Ink Pad |SB711 Red Rhinestones


 I am using products from Kaisercraft’s Christmas Miracle kit. This collection is traditional, vintage and gorgeous. That was my inspiration for my design choices but I wanted to do something a little bit different which is why I chose to make the pop and twist design.                 

Below is a video tutorial for you to follow if you would like to create this card.                                                                                      


                                     Click here to download FULL instructions.     

If you would like to purchase any of the products from this kit, click here.     

Thanks for visiting the Kaisercraft blog today and happy crafting!






Challenge #11 – Flowers

Spring is in the air and what a great way to celebrate it by focusing on flowers!

You may create a layout, card or an off the page project that uses one or more floral elements mentioned above.

Here are some projects from the Design Team to give you some inspiration.

“Birthday Wishes” by Cathy McGrath

Kaisercraft Products: Lady Like Collection: PP1080 Paper Pad | SK820 Sticker Book | Cardstock – CD365 Cactus, CD301 Snow | CD512 Card Pack C6 Kraft | Paper Blooms – F641 Dusty Pink and F633 Olive | Decorative Dies- DD493 DIY Flora Leaves, DD547 Circle Vines, DD3335 Birthday Wishes, DD3336 Classic Decorative Circle Frame, DD494 DIY Flora Branches

Other: Stamens

Below is a video tutorial sharing how I altered the paper blooms which I used on my card.

If you would like to play along, we would love to see you create with the Lady Like Collection, however if you don’t have it yet other collections will be fine.
For your chance to win upload a photo of your project to KAISERCRAFT CORNER
with the hashtag #KCFlowerChallenge11
add this photo to the CHALLENGE #11 Photo Album
(this needs to be done for your entry to count)

by November 14th

Best of luck and we cannot wait to see what you create!

Winners of Challenge#10

Many thanks to those who participated in this challenge. You submitted very beautiful and inspiring creations.

Congratulations to…..

Sue Schubert

Judy Starkey

Winners, please PM Melissa Kennedy your info. Have a great week!

An Aussie Christmas Card

Hello everyone! I hope that you are well. Today I am excited to share with you a Christmas card that has an Australian flair, both inside and out! I will be using products from Under the Gum Leaves by to create an Aussie Christmas Card.

Kaisercraft Products: Under the Gum Leaves Collection – PP1077 Paper Pad |Cardstock- CD601 White |CD308 Bark |CD366 Jungle | CT971 Under the Gum Leaves Collectables |CS368 Under the Gum Leaves Clear Stamps | DD552 Nested Stitched Squares Decorative Dies | Ink Pads- IP751 Chocolate | IP735 Amber |IP749 Fern |IP748 Forest |CD509 Card Pack Square Kraft |EF299 Cobblestones Embossing Folder |SB711 Red Rhinestones

OTHER: Ink Daubers | DD392 Mini Christmas Foliage |Onyx Black Ink

I used three inks and ink daubers to ink then stamp these foliage images. Having a stamping tool made this process simple, as you can ink sections of the stamp at a time.

I used a variety of collectable plus die cut pieces to add dimension to the foliage. I also like to add dimensional foam between my layers so that I have depth and also places to add my embellishments to my focal images.

Below is a video tutorial which demonstrates how to create the entire card.

Click here to download full instructions for this card.

If you would like to purchase any of the products from this collection, be sure to visit your local stockist or visit the Kaisercraft online store.

Shaker Fun at Christmas

Hello everyone! I hope that you having a great week. Today I am sharing two projects which have been inspired by one paper design. I was really drawn to the cottages/houses on the COMBI CHRISTMAS reverse paper which is part of the Peppermint Collection this month. I fussy cut some out and used them to create a card plus two shaker ornaments. 

Kaisercraft Products: Peppermint Kisses Collection – P2815 Combi Christmas |P2816 Minty |P2817 Santa and Co |CD302 Coal Cardstock |GC104 Crystal Glitter Cardstock

|CT969 Peppermint Kisses Collectables| CD503 Card Pack Square Black

Other: ¾” punch |snow globe template or die.

I created a snow globe, and used the cottages as part of the scene. I kept the design fairy simple, so that if someone wanted to make these in bulk, it would be manageable.

Click here to download full instructions for this project.

Kaisercraft Products: Peppermint Kisses Collection – P2814 Holly Jolly |P2816 Minty |P2817 Santa and Co |P2815 Combi Christmas |P2819 Under the Tree |CD601 White Cardstock

CT969 Peppermint Kisses Collectables |CS366 Peppermint Kisses Clear Stamp |Decorative Dies: DD507 Nesting Circles, DD553 Nesting Stitches Circles |SB712 Yellow Deep Rhinestones

Other: Metallic Cord |Ribbon |Fun Foam |Acetate |Wave Die |Versafine Onyx Black Ink.

My second use of the cottages was using them to create shaker ornaments. I created my ornaments by combining Kaisercraft nested circle dies to create a large round shape in order to create a Christmas scene. I selected trees from the collectables and used white cardstock to create a snowy hillside.

I also stamped a sentiment on the back, so these could also be used a gift tag at Christmas time.

To make these shaker ornaments, watch the tutorial below.

To download full instructions for this project click here.

Visit your local stockist or go online to the Kaisercraft store if you feel inspired by this collection or by these projects.

Have a great week!