Emmy here today with another post featuring Kaisercraft’s Mademoiselle paper line (available at Merly Impressions’ online store).For my background I used Kaisercard Coffee Bean Weave Cardstock and pattern paper. I cut 12 x 29,5 piece from Timepiece and 17,5 x 29,5 from Mannequin pattern paper. I ruffled thier edges, turned them upside down and adhered them to the cardstock. Then, using gold glitter paste and Christmas Quarters 12×12 Stencil I created the dimensional pattern. after the paste has dried I sprinkled KaiserMist Spray Ink Pink and Antique Gold on top. I layered my picture on a slightly larger piece of of Kaisercard Coconut Weave Cardstock and adhered it to the background using Mounting Foam Tape. To create the layered sentiments around it I cut two ATC sized cards from the Lady Like pattern paper, decorated them with die cut frames from Kaisercard Coffee Bean Weave Cardstock and added a smaller sentiment from the Mini Paper Pad on top. To complete my design I added a few glossy butterflies fussy cut from a pattern paper from the Mini Paper Pad, die cuts from the Collectables Pack and Rhinestones – Antique Rose. I adhered them to the background using Mounting Foam Tape. Using Kaisercard Coffee Bean Weave Cardstock, Kaisercard Vanilla Weave Cardstock, pattern paper from the Mini Paper Pad and Kaisercraft Decorative Dies (Foliage and Mini Foliage), I create the flourishes under the paper flowers (Paper Blooms – Buttercream, Paper Blooms – Fairy Floss and Mini Paper Blooms – Terracotta). To decorate the die cut foliage I used Rhinestones – Antique Rose and Stickles Pink. I used different pattern paper left overs to create the banner under the picture. I hand cut the pieces, inked their edges and adhered them with Kaisercraft 12mm Double-sided Tape. To cover the edge I used stickers from the Sticker Sheet.To create the large roses corner I fussy cut the flowers from the Floral Spray pattern paper and added Stickles – Frosted Lace and glossy butterflies on top of them. I hope you enjoyed today’s post!
Have a lovely creative week!