Denise here with my second project using Christmas Edition Collection Kaisercraft collection.
I started by using Smoke Kaisercard as my base. I then cut a piece of Snow Capped paper ( using the black music notes side) down to 11.5 x 11.5 and stuck it to the grey card.
I ripped a piece of Christmas Tale paper and stuck this across the black paper.
Next, I splatted with some White Kaisermist over the page.
Time for some fussy cutting ! I fussy cut some elements from the black side of the Rejoice paper, ferns and Poinsettias.
I layered the Poinsettia with foam tape and added some gems.
My photos were mounted on to some Licorice Kaisercard and some of the Christmas Tale paper, a sticker from the Sticker Sheet was placed under the photos too
I also used some of the Collectables to embellish and some twine on the tag.
Finally,I doodled around the edge of the layout with a white pen, and added some Diamond Stickles to the snowflakes.
~ Denise ~
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!
Emmy here today with my first post for August. This month I have the pleasure to work with one of the most romantic paper lines from Kaisercraft – Mademoiselle (available at Merly Impressions’ online store).
For today’s project I decided to use a picture of my two favourite girls taken a few years ago in Paris – For my background I used Kaisercard Coffee Bean Weave Cardstock and Mahogany pattern paper. I cut off 0.5 cm from each side of the pattern paper and adhered it to the cardstock. Then I punched the pinkish border from a pattern paper from the Mini Paper Pad and tucked it between the Cardstock and the Mahogany paper.
Once everything was adhered together I stamped the doily pattern using the Clear Stamp set from Chase Rainbows collection and the post stamp pattern with Kaisercraft Postmark texture clear stamp and the same ink. Then I sprinkled KaiserMist Spray Ink Pink and Antique Gold on top. I cut the banner from the Timepiece pattern paper and inked its edges with brown ink. Then I layered my picture on a slightly bigger piece of Kaisercard Ballet Weave Cardstock and adhered it to the background using Mounting Foam Tape.
To decorate my page I used various die cut elements from the Collectables pack and the Mini Paper Pad and stickers from the Sticker Sheet. I also fussy cut the flowers from the Floral Spray pattern paper… … and the butterflies from a pattern paper from the Mini Paper Pad and Flutter pattern paper. I added Stickles – Frosted Lace and Rhinestones – Antique Rose to make my embellishments sparkle.
For my title I used one of the images from the Lady Like pattern paper and PARIS from the Treasures gloss paper. Then I added a few die cut elements made from Kaisercard Coffee Bean Weave Cardstock with Kaisercraft’s Ornate Charm Die and Flourish Die.
As a final touch I added a few wooden shapes from the Flourish Pack – Antiques. I hope I managed to inspire you today!
Come back soon to see more of the fabulous projects our design team prepared for you!
Linda here with a card this time.
The Collectables with the Always and Forever Kaisercraft collection have the most beautiful roses which cried out to be layered up and I decided to focus on these for my project.
The card base is 7 1/2″ square and I began with a piece of Commitment 7 1/4″ to leave a small border. Lovable was trimmed to 6×6″ and matted onto Coconut Kaisercard again with a small border. I added a strip of lace from Sticker sheet across the middle and a doily and sentiment from the Collectables. This was raised with some mounting foam tape.
I cut a doily from the Collectables in half and placed bottom right and top left.
Next came lots of the roses which I have shaped and added with layers of mounting foam tape, plus a liberal amount of Stickles. Plus a love letter, also from the Collectables.
But, then I decided to change tack, I added 2 small black ad white photos of my husband and I and another smaller doily from the Collectables, put it in a frame and now it’s on my wall!
Check back later for more inspiration from the team, until then, take care,
~ Linda ~