The Sock Stealer with Whisper

Hello everyone,

Denise here with my last layout using the Whisper Kaisercraft Collection.

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I used a sheet of Pebble Weave cardstock as my base. Next I took a sheet of Whitewash paper then cut it down to 11.75 inches square.I decided to add some texture to the page so spread some texture paste through a Fern Designer Stencil 

Fern 6x6 Designer Stencil

When this was dry I cut a strip of Earthy paper measuring 6 inches x 11.75 and adhered across the middle.

Using a Piercing tool and some brown thread, I stitched around the edges of the paper.

My photos were matted on to some more of the pebble card and placed across the middle strip to the left hand side.

Using the Matching Clear Stamp Set , I stamped some butterflies and a sentiment and placed at the top of the page.IMG_7173

I also used some of the Collectables to tuck in and around my photo and an acetate flower from the Acetate Sheet.


As a final touch, I used an MDF heart from my stash which I covered with one of the papers from the Paper Pad , a wooden shape from the Flourish Pack which I painted and some Champagne Pearls.

Flourish Pack, Nature - Whisper Collection

I really hope you’ve enjoyed our projects this month. Happy Scrapping !

~ Denise ~

Remember with Whisper


Karen here with my last project using the delicious Whisper range.

I love the versatility of this paper range and for my first page, this month, scrapped a photo that was only a few months old.  For my second page I scrapped a photo that was over 50 years old and for this one am using a photo that is nearly 90 years old!  Each photo has been perfectly complimented by this collection.


For this page I have used the reverse side of Bisque, the smooth side of Kaisercard Snow Weave, Whisper clear stamps, mini ink pad – Bark, Whisper flourish pack, Sticker Sheet, Collectables, 6.5 x 6.5 paper pad, alpha stickers – Ebony Soft Pink rhinestones, mini paper blooms Sage, paper blooms Honey and Little Birdie Symphony Flowers – Coffee Bean.  I also used a cream tag from my own supplies.

To start I trimmed .5 in from the top and one side of my Kaisercard Snow Weave, I then used a plate to draw a circle in the centre and stamped the large fern from the Whisper clear stamps, using mini ink pad – Bark,  in each corner.  I then fussy cut around the circle and the leaves that extended over the circle.


This was adhered to the centre of the Bisque paper.  My photo was double mounted onto two pieces of paper from the 6.5 x 6.5 paper pad.  The photo mounts were slid under the white card and the photo layered over the top, under one of the fern fronds.


I added my tag,  two watch faces and a circular sentiment, from the Collectables pack, to the top right of my photo with the ‘Choose Happy’ phrase , also from the Collectables pack.


On each side of my page I added the wooden leaves from the Whisper flourish pack,  mini paper blooms Sage, paper blooms Honey and Little Birdie Symphony Flowers – Coffee Bean with stamped butterflies and butterflies from the Sticker Sheet and Collectables, tucked in amongst the flowers.


A phrase fro the Sticker Sheet was trimmed into sections and added to the right of the photo.   I added a title to the top of the tag using alpha stickers – Ebony.


All that remained was to add a few Soft Pink rhinestones at the top and bottom of my circle and under my title on the tag.


So there we have my final Whisper page, don’t forget to pop back to see what Denise and Emmy have made this month.

Karen xxx

Hello with Whisper

Hello everyone,

Denise here today with another layout using the Whisper Kaisercraft Collection.

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I used a photo on this layout which has my son meeting the giant tortoises in the Galapagos islands, amongst all the greenery and ferns, perfect for using co-ordinating stamps and acetate sheet in this collection.

I started by using the reverse side a sheet of Pebbles paper as the background, then took a sheet of Ivory paper, tearing it down two long sides to make a strip approximately 8-9 inches wide and 12 inches long. I then tore two strips of the other side of the paper and using the woodbark side tucked the strips under each side of the bigger strip as above.


Now, time for some stamping!  using the matching Clear Stamps, I stamped along the bottom using a mask and the Smoke Ink Pad, then coloured the images using the Kaisercraft Colouring Pencils.IMG_7024IMG_7027 IMG_7025IMG_7030


I matted my photo on to some papers from the Paper Pad.

From the Acetate Sheet, I cut some elements and backed them with some of the papers, then used them to embellish the layout with some die cuts from the Collectables from the Pen and Ink Collection.IMG_7052 IMG_7034

I also used a border strip from the Sticker Sheet along the bottom of the layout.

Thanks for popping by and do pop back for some more inspiration from the team.

~ Denise ~

Let The Adventure Begin with Whisper

Karen here with the second of my Whisper projects.  For this one I wanted to showcase the beautiful stamps and used them as a feature on each side of my page.

Let The Adventure Begin

On this page I have used the reverse side of Ecru paper, a piece of the reverse side of Earthy paper, Buff paper,  Kaisercard Snow Weave card,  6.5 x 6.5 paper pad, Flora and Fauna acetate sheet, collectables, sticker sheet and Whisper clear stamps. I also used a brown manila tag and a white doily from my own supplies.

I started by stamping the sprigs of flowers down both sides of my card, with the Whisper clear stamps, being careful to get them as close as possible.  I then added butterflies where there was available space – three on the left and four on the right.


I then used Kaisercraft Colouring Pencils (which are on sale at the moment) to colour the stamped images.


I cut a piece of Ecru paper 12 ins tall and 5 ins wide and stuck this, vertically, to the centre of my page.  Next I added 4in x 9 in piece of Earthy paper (reserved from my previous page), a 5.5in x 2 in piece of paper from the  6.5 x 6.5 paper pad and a 5.25 x 1 in piece, with gold butterflies, from the same pad.  I used another piece from the 6.5 x 6.5 paper pad as my photo mount.


Onto the photo mount I added a doily at the top right and a manila tag at the bottom left. I then added my photo on foam pads.  I cut the title from  Buff paper and placed at the top right corner of my photo.



At the bottom of my photo I added the film strip from the collectables, with a piece of the butterfly border sticker.   I also added a phrase from the sticker sheet,  collectables were placed under the photo at the top right and under over the tag at the bottom left of my photo.  The final touch was to fussy cut all the butterflies from the Flora and Fauna acetate sheet and scatter about my page.


I loved how this paper range worked perfectly with an old black and white photo of me.  I have used a really vintage photo for my final project which I will show you later in the month.


Karen xxx

You and Me with Whisper

Hello everyone,

Denise here with my first layout using the Whisper Kaisercraft collection.

IMG_6965-resized-bannerThis is a gentle muted collection and is perfect for black and white photos, coloured and sepia tones.

I used lots of different products on this layout including  collectables from  Pen and Ink , these collections really do mix and match well.

I started by cutting in half diagonally a sheet of Raw paper.

IMG_6881I sprayed over the paper with some Kaisermist Spray Ink in gold. Next I used Texture Paste through the matching Ferns Designer Stencil  on the paper to add some dimension.

On to a sheet of Organic paper, I also used texture paste through the Birch Designer Stencil. I also sprayed this with Gold Kaisermist.IMG_6967I adhered the triangle of Raw paper on to the background then pierced along the join with a piercing tool then cross stitched along the join.IMG_6965

I double mounted my photo on to some papers from the Paper Pad after distressing the edges.

In the collection there is a beautiful Acetate sheet of images called Flora and Fauna and   after cutting some of them out I used them around the photo.

Flora and Fauna Acetate sheet - Whisper Collection



To embellish further I also used some Flourishes which I painted, and some of the collectables from the Pen and Ink Collection which I layered up around the photo.

This is a very adaptable muted collection and I am really enjoying working with it.

~ Denise ~

Love with Whisper


Karen here with my first project using Whisper Kaisercraft collection.  This range has so much potential, all types of photographs will look gorgeous when used with this collection – coloured, black and white and sepia.


For this page I have used Kaisercard Pebble cardstock, Fern Bracket Die Cut, Earthy paper, 6.5 x 6.5 paper pad, Collectables, Ferns 6 x 6 Stencil, Decorative Fern Leaf Die, Whisper Clear Stamps and Kaisercraft Chocolate Ink Pad.

I started by cutting .5 in from top and one side of the Earthy paper and mounting this onto  Kaisercard Pebble cardstock.  I added the Fern Bracket Die Cut using foam pads to lift it slightly from the Earthy paper.


Using the Kaisercraft Chocolate Ink Pad and Whisper Clear Stamps I stamped some ferns along the bottom of the die cut.  I then used a blending tool to add ink through the  Ferns 6 x 6 Stencil.  Next, I dabbed some of the ink onto a silicone sheet and mixed some texture paste to make some cream coloured texture paste and used this with the  Ferns 6 x 6 Stencil but this time spread it through the large fern.  Finally I used the Decorative Fern Leaf Die to cut some ferns from the  6.5 x 6.5 paper pad and added them at the bottom of the page with some ferns from the Collectables pack.


I matted my photo onto two pieces of paper from the  6.5 x 6.5 paper pad and placed at the top right of my page, using the word ‘love’ as a title, adding a butterfly and a phrase to the top of my photo and a butterfly and phrase to the bottom left of my photo – all from the Collectables  pack.


The final touch was to stamp some butterflies from the Whispers stamp set onto white card, fussy cut them out and tuck them behind elements on the left and bottom of my page.


I am really pleased with this page as it evolved without me having any real plans as to how it would look.


Karen xXx