I Solemnly Swear with Sea Breeze

Hello everybody!

Emmy here with my second project for May featuring the lovely Sea Breeze collection from Kaisercraft (available at Merly Impressions online store) and Gel Pens.

MI-I-solemny-swear-webTo create the background I used three different papers – Kaisercard Spearmint Weave Cardstock, Refresh pattern paper and Pond die-cut paper. I cut off 0,5 cm from each side of the Refresh pattern paper, ruffled its edges with Paper Distresser and adhered it to the cardstock using Kaisercraft 6mm Double-sided Tape.

Then I sprayed both papers with KaiserMist Spray Ink – Antique Gold and sprinkled KaiserMist Spray Ink – White on top.

MI-I-solemnly-swear-det-a (1)I used Paper Distresser to ruffle the edges of the Pond die-cut paper. Then I stitch the greeish frame around it and adhered it with Mounting Foam Tape to my background.MI-I-solemnly-swear-det-a (6)I added the paper stripes under my pictures, but before adhering them I shaped them as banners and inked their edges with Ink Pad – Bark.

To decorate my layout I used different pre-cut shapes from the Collectables pack and the 12″Sticker Sheet from the Sea Breeze collectionMI-I-solemnly-swear-det-a (4) MI-I-solemnly-swear-det-a (2)MI-I-solemnly-swear-det-a (5)TIP! Outline the stickers with Gelly Roll Pen – White to make them pop out of the page.

… and pre-cut shapes from the Collectables pack and fussy cut shells from the Sea Shells gloss paper from the Coastal Escape collection.

MI-I-solemnly-swear-det-a (3)I decorated the paper elements using Stickles – Star Dust, Rhinestones – Aqua and Pearls – Chocolate.

For the journalling spot I used a journalling card from the Whirlpool pattern paper and Kaisercolour pen set (AquaSapphire Glitter and Copper Glitter). The little mischievous munchkin on the pictures wrote the journalling himself  – that’s how easy is to use the  Kaisercolour pens – even a 6 year old can do it! :-)MI-I-solemnly-swear-det-a (7)Thank you for stopping by today!

Have an amazing weekend!

Emmy xxx


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