Card Making Kaisercraft

Attitude Cards…

July 4, 2012

‘So very proud of you’ by Hilde Janbroers

Kaisercraft Materials Used: Attitude! Paper- Whats Up (P891), Specialty Paper (PS216), Collectables (CT719)

Other Materials Used: Distress Ink Ranger Walnut Stain, 3d foam

Hilde Says:
“My brother will get his drivers licence this month ( if he succeeds of course!! ). So I thought this card would be perfect for him. I think I will need to create more cards with this stunning collection for my brothers since we have lots to celebrate; birthdays, graduations and so on….”


‘What A Star’ Cards By Michelle Frisby


Materials used : CT719 Collectables, PP873 Paper Pad, IP719 Black Ink Pad, T302 Mounting Foam Dots, PS219 Independent [transparency], MA502 Mini Alphas White and Black
Extras : Twine, cardstock


Michelle says:
“I made a box with a lid that I can put the card into. To make the box I used my ink pad and swiped it along all the edges, wrapped twine around the lid, popped a collectable die cut on the front and mounted them with foam dots.  I made the card and with a little layering of paper, cardstock and die cuts, and it was done just like that.
This wee card fits inside the box perfectly, and together with some cash will be a great gift to our son for his coming birthday.
The ‘Attitude’ collection from Kaisercraft,  is so totally appropriate for the males in your life. Happy creating everyone.”

“Boys Card” by Lori Williams 

Lori says:
“I really like the embellishment I made using rolled up paper.  It just seemed to work well with this card.  I suppose I’m going to have to put this one up and away for a bit until I need a card for one of my boys.  Today is my Mother’s birthday, but I just don’t think this one is her style, LOL.”

Kaisercraft Products Used: PP873 Attitude Paper Pad, SS141 Attitude Sticker Sheet, RB968 Attitude Rub Ons, CS836 Chicken Wire Stamp,  T302 Mounting Foam Dots, CT719 Attitude Collectables, IP724 Bark Pigment Ink

Other Products Used: Twine, Embossing Powder



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1 Comment

  • Reply Deb November 13, 2015 at 3:41 pm

    Great cards, love the rolled up paper effect.

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