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Cards with Magnolia Grove – 5/16

May 16, 2012

Hi everyone

Leanne and Debbie with you today to showcase the darling Magnolia Grove range of papers and embellishments.  You are going to love the designs in this collection from the soft muted pastels to the bold red polka dots.  A little something for every one all rolled in together. Do not miss this one or you will never forgive yourself.

“Thoughtful” Card by Leanne Love

Materials Used:
Magnolia Grove Collection:
Romantic (P843), Luxury (P844), Paper Pad (PP869).  Other: Wooden Flourishes funky butterfly (FL342) Cardstock, stamps

Leanne says:
“This card is so cute and easy to put together.  I have been playing with my silhouette cameo and have had so much fun cutting out all the scallop circles. The soft muted colours in this range are ideal for feminine or masculine projects.”


 “Mom” Card by: Debbie Marcinkiewicz

Debbie says: “The Magnolia Grove collection is perfect for creating feminine projects full of vintage-inspired charm!  I adore how this sweet Mother’s Day themed card turned out … so soft and pretty!”

Kaisercraft Materials List:  Magnolia Grove – 6 1/2″ Paper Pad (PP869), Collectables (CT715); Clear Stamps – Vintage/Cherish (CS831); Wooden Flourishes – Dress Mirror (FL421); Paper Tags & Shapes – Raw (EM925); Sparklets – Princess (RS415); Mini Paper Blooms – Fairy Floss (F657), Sage (F649).

Other Supplies:  seam binding, card stock, glitter, paper doilie, ink, paint.


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  • Reply patti hamil May 16, 2012 at 8:05 am

    Such pretty soft colors in this collection! Great projects!

  • Reply AdrianaB May 16, 2012 at 8:54 am

    Love this collection, well done ladies, beautiful cards :)

  • Reply Susie Bentz May 16, 2012 at 12:52 pm

    I love the new collage stamps! Wooden flourishes are one of my favorite Kaisercraft products – they add such impact. Great cards ladies!

  • Reply Denice May 16, 2012 at 3:16 pm

    I Love the look of this set and can hardly wait for my lss to get the set in. Thank you so much for sharing.

  • Reply Sharon Gullikson May 17, 2012 at 3:06 am

    They are so different from each other, and both so pretty.

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