Card Making

Cards – Technologic.

March 28, 2012


What a wonderful collection from Kaisercraft. The Technologic range includes rub ons, collectables, chipboard 3-D shapes [gorgeous], the stamps, the papers – well quite honestly it all totally rocks. It’s definitely time to have a little fun creating with this collection!


‘An Anytime Card’ by Michelle Frisby

Materials Used : PP865 paper pad, RB959 rub ons, CB137 layered chipboard, CT710 collectables

Extras : white cardstock, embroidery thread


Michelle says:
“I’ve put together this card for a little boy, left the front blank, as sometimes I like to either put a birthday saying on the front of the card or the wee birthday boy’s name. I’ve hand stitched around the front panel of the card and in the middle I’ve popped on a strip of patterned paper and added a couple of die cuts. This just adds a little more interest! And on the back of the card, I have used three wee robot rub ons…Too cute.”



“10 Ans” Card by Genevieve Allen

Genevieve says:
“Glossy papers, a small robot chipboard and some rub ons… here is the perfect recipe for a card which will certainly make 10 year old little boy very happy!


“I have used the packaging from the “Layered Chipboard” for the inside of my card… they are beautiful motives which you should not neglect!!!”

Materials used: Paper Pad PP865; Rub ons RB959; Layered Chipboard CB137; Mini Alpha Stickers MA508; Pearls, SB795.

Others: Punches, Die, Thread

Cherish” By Lori Williams Leng

KaiserCraft Products Used: PP865 Paperpad, F634 Sunset Blooms, F651 Mini Sunset Blooms , RB918 Friendship Rub ons , Pearl Strips
Other Products Used: Spellbinders, Stick Pins, Ribbon and Distress Ink

 Lori says”  One of the things I love the most about Kaisercraft’s lines is how versitile they are.   Take the Technologic line for example, it’s a fun line that cries out little boys, party and childhood themes, but did you know you could also create an elegant project with it?  It’s amazing to me how every collection really lets you take it wherever you want. “

Happy creating everyone.

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  • Reply Alanna N March 28, 2012 at 10:44 am

    Great cards everyone! Loving the masculine side of this collection, but Lori blew me away with her amazingly feminine card! Stunning!! :)

  • Reply sara April 13, 2012 at 3:07 pm

    wow i can’t believe out such a boyish range that you made such a beautiful pretty card…I’m just new to cardmaking but wish i had half as much talent as you guys im just starting to get the hang of making my own cards with no help and starting to have a whole spare room of items to embellish cards…thank you for your continued help to teach me new tricks…sara

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