Hello Kaisercraft friends!
The Kaisercraft paper lines have amazing colourful patterns and are perfect to use with any type of pictures. But every now and then, I would like to choose just a few colours from the collection to match my photograph better.
Today, I decided to work with the yellow, green and blue from the Telegraph Road paper line and I added dark brown stamped images and accents. I left out the pink and the red colour.
As you can see my picture works perfectly with this colour combination. It was taken a few years ago in Guatemala on top of one of the highest Mayan’s temples.
For my background I used the Collect die-cut glossy paper. I stamped the Timeless Postmarks clear stamp and Kaisercraft Brown Ink Pad. I added a bit of texture using the Tim Holtz Broken China distress ink pad and the Kaisercraft Distress Clear Stamp.
I carefully selected the papers (both 12 x 12″ and from the Paper Pad) and the die-cut elements from the Collectables package with the colours I wanted to use. To build the layers on my page I used paper from the Telegraph Road Paper Pad and Kaisercard Coffee Bean Weave cardstock.
I aged the edges of some of my layers using Tim Holtz Paper Distresser tool. The other I die-cut with Tim Holtz “Torn Notebook” on the edge die.
It was really fun to look at all those pretty die cuts and select the ones, I needed. I also added some vintage flowers from Petaloo and blue roses.
I hope I managed to inspire you today!
Have a lovely week!