Kaisercraft DT Post – Great Grandad & his Motorbike


Chrissy here with another Technique Tuesday for my Kaisercraft DT project, using the fabulous Workshop Kaisercraft collection. Today I am sharing with you how I created some Mixed Media cogs using the Kaisercraft Wooden Flourish pack Workshop, ink pads and paint.


Workshop Collection: P2793 Tough|P2797 Gallant|P2799 Strapping|P2800 Handsome|P2801 Chivalrous|CT967 Workshop Collectables|FL654 Flourish Pack

Other: SB792 Chocolate Pearls|KC048 Mud Puddle Acrylic Paint|IP756 Ink Pad Gold Pigment|IP755 Ink Pad Silver Pigment|IP719 Black Mini Ink Pad|IP723 Vintage Mini Ink Pad|DD3342 Texture Cogs Decorative Die|CD606 Navy Card Stock|KM129 Navy KAISERmist|KM132 Gold Shimmer KAISERmist

Other: Texture Paste|Crystal Lacquer


I started off by painting all the Wood Flourish Cogs in Mud Puddle paint, it doesn’t have to be precise, it is like an undercoat. Next I lightly dabbed on random bits of texture paste, then left to dry for a few mins. The next bit is fun, adding layers of ink using the Silver, Black & Vintage ink pads, lastly adding the Gold ink pad on top.


I also die cut some cogs from the Navy Kaiser card and used the same process without the texture paste.


Now to create the rest of the layout, I started off by building up my base using navy card and a selection of the Workshop papers.


I LOVE stitching on my layouts, so added some extra interest by hand stitching along the length of some of the papers. Then started to build up my layout by adding layers around my photo.


I’ve added the cogs around my photo, adding foam pads to some to give height and dimension.


I have had a typewriter sat on my desk for a very long time and have never really used it, I decided to type some of the lovely sayings from the collection onto a strip of paper and added that to my layout.


To finish off my layout I have added a few tiny metal embellishments and pearls to the centre of my cogs.


I hope this has inspired you to have ago at Mixed Media cogs, this was my first time, it was fun so I will be doing it again very soon.

xXx Happy crafting – Chrissy xXx

You can download the pdf instructions here

Factory 42 Multi Layered Scrapbook Layout

Good Morning everyone,

Today I am pleased to be bringing you a multi layered layout using the incredible Factory 42 collection 

IMG_0883To start this layout I used the large Cogs and Pulleys Die Cut sheet and cut two sections from the edges and arranged them as seen. (You will end up with a piece from the middle that you could use on another project as you will not be using the entire sheet in this one.)

When firmly stuck I assembled several of the cogs and gears from the collectable pack and mounted them on two torn pieces of corrugated card and I then inked the ridges with the Vintage Ink Pad (I find this such a useful little Ink Pad..well worth having in your collection!)

I used the rust effect patina technique on a few of the cogs (please see my tutorial on my first September blog post HERE) and some of the pipes to tuck behind the photo too. I mounted the photo on a page from the Paper pad and used some stickers from the Sticker Sheet that I used within a Kaisercraft Wooden Veneer Frame.

IMG_0889I then arranged the bottom cluster and used a quote from the  Workshop Paper that I mounted on a piece from the Paper Pad too and mounted it on another piece of the inked corrugated card. IMG_0884

IMG_0885I finished with some more sayings and stickers from the collectable pack and added a few bronze rhinestones, some sequins and a few brass bits from my stash too.


Thanks for looking..enjoy!