Beyond the Page

Beyond the Page projects with Blae & Ivy!

July 22, 2011

We here on the Kaisercraft Design Team are super excited to share our Beyond the Page projects with you today using the gorgeous Blae & Ivy Collection!  I have to admit, that this is one of my all-time favorite collections — so soft, so pretty, so easy to create such beautiful keepsakes that will be treasured for years to come!  Enjoy!!

“My Favorite Things” by:  Debbie Marcinkiewicz

Kaisercraft Materials List:  Blae & Ivy Collection 12″ x 12″ patterned papers: Sky (P698), Valley (P699), Journal Tags (JT623), Rub Ons (RB924), Sticker Sheet (SS106), Six Frame Photo Display (SB2111), Paper Blooms – Iceberg (F630), Lace Pack – White (EM926), Mounting Foam Dots (T302), Pearls – Snow (SB794), Pearl Strip – White (PL501), Rub Ons – Timeless Dress Forms (RB928), Rub Ons – Timeless Keys (RB930), Crochet Doilie – Scallop White (EM945).

Other supplies:  chipboard, wooden spools, button twine, trims, baker’s twine, Vintage Winter White seam binding, buttons, wooden clothes pins, glitter, paint, Fimo clay, stuffed toy.


”   Oh The Places You Will Go       ” by:  Lori Leng

Hi Everyone it’s Lori.  This is by far my favorite project from the new collections.  Of course when I first pulled the Train Frame out of the box I thought …Oh won’t that be cute with the Little Toot collection, but the more I thought about it the more I envisioned the Blae and Ivey Collection.  The project is based on the Dr. Suess book “Oh the Places you Will Go” ..on the edge of the mountain I stamped “ You will succeed! Yes! You will indeed! 98 and ¾ percent guaranteed!!!!”  which is a quote from the end of the book. It’s such a wonderful childrens book that everyone can learn from…if you’ve never read it, you should.  Love, Love, Love this frame!!!

KaiserCraft Materials: Train Frame SB2113, Meadow P695, Mineral P693, Sky P698, Sticker Sheet SS106, Cartoon Font Stamp CS783, Typewriter Font Stamp CS785, Date Stamp CS787, Chipboard Letters CB109, Classic Latte Pearl Flourish PL512, Paper Blooms F633, F627 and F631

Other : Paint, Distress Ink

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1 Comment

  • Reply AdrianaB July 22, 2011 at 6:16 pm

    so sweet, truly wonderful projects, just love these papers :)

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