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Deep Sea Photo Box Tutorial by Tatiana Yemelyanenko

December 10, 2018

Hello!

Tatiana is here with you today and I returned with video tutorial on creating photo box, where you can save vacation photos.
For my project I created box using thick cardstock, then embellish it using amazing Deep Sea collection. All the details can be found in the video.

PAPERS: DEEP SEA Collection: P2658 Tide, P2661 Barrier Reef, P2664 Deep Blue

KC PRODUCTS: CS343 Clear Stamps, CT951 Collectables, Flourish Pack – FL639 Underwater, Decorative Die – DD822 Underwater,
Glitter Cardstock – GC104 Crystal, GC110 Lagoon, GC111 Frost, GC112 Splash, GC105 Champagne,
IP745 Ink Pad Sea Breeze, Ink Pad – IP753 Licorice, IP745 Sea Breeze, Rhinestones – SB703 Aqua, Pearls – SB714 Champagne

OTHER: Sequins, Texture Paste, Glitter, Sisal, Beads

Video tutorial can be found on Kaisercraft YouTube channel HERE

 

Full instructions can be downloaded HERE.

All products to create this mini album are available online at the Kaisercraft Shop.

Tatiana

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Card Making DIY Die Cuts Machine Everlasting Kaiser Mists

Monochromatic Cards with Kasia

December 4, 2018

Hi Guys, Kasia here with a set of monochromatic cards using the gorgeous
Everlasting Collection and a couple super cool new release dies.

LAYERING ROSE DIE
The following two cards feature the Layering Rose Die, which I am so completely in love with.

You can purchase the DD823 Layering Rose Die and other products used to create these cards HERE
or visit your local Kaisercraft stockist.

I may have got a little bit of RSI die cutting this die as I couldn’t stop exploring
colour combinations and each and every combination blew me away!

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LACE TOPPER DIE
The second Die I got to play with this month was the Lace Topper.

You can purchase the DD622 Lace Topper Die and other products used to create these cards HERE
or visit your local Kaisercraft stockist.

 

It is another layering die but unlike the Layering Rose, it is very bold and creates a real statement on your card.

I created a very simple card with clean lines and a softer version with lots of layers.

 

FLOCKED DAMASK SPECIALTY PAPER
The Damask flocked specialty paper is just stunning.

You can purchase the PS548 Flocked Damask specialty paper and other products used to create these cards HERE
or visit your local Kaisercraft stockist.

I found that with the luscious flocked texture of the pattern my cards didn’t need much at all to make them beautiful and timeless.

I couldn’t resist using the Layered Rose die again and this demonstrates just how versatile this die can be.

 

You can also download the full instructions and product lists of the above cards by clicking on each individual card.

I hope I have inspired you to get creating and making some cards to add to your stash.

xx Kasia

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Card Making Christmas DIY Die Cuts Machine

Everyone loves a present…

October 31, 2018

Who doesn’t love presents?

Give a stack of them to someone special by creating one of these cards this Christmas.

Kasia has created three awesome cards using the new STACKED PRESENTS die.  
This is one die you will want to have in your stash before we sell out!

 

You can see from the three cards below, depending on what paper you cut the present stack from,
you can end up with an entirely different looks.  Download full instructions by clicking the above image.

This one is just cut from plain white cardstock and a variety of different printed papers adhered behind the cut outs.

     
        In this card the present stack has been cut from Glitter cardstock.
Kasia has been very clever and created little shaker boxes behind each cutout using acetate and filling with sequins.  
Make sure you download the instructions so you know how to recreate these.

In this last one, the leftover glitter inside pieces have been adhered to the white die cut to add dimension to the card.

With so many pretty Christmas papers out this year you can imagine
how this card would look created using a different collection.

Why not upload your creations into the comment section below or
show us what you have created by posting in our Kaisercraft Corner on Facebook.

 

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Alicia McNamara Decorative Dies DIY Die Cuts Machine Embossing Folders

How to Use Kaisercraft’s DIY Cuts Machine with Video Tutorial

March 6, 2018

Do you have a Kaisercraft DIY Cuts Machine at home?  Have you ever been interested in learning a little more about it?  Are there any questions you might have about this machine such as “How to get your B Plates to stop from bending?”  Today for Tutorial Tuesday I am focusing completely on the DIY Cuts Machine.  I have attached a Video Tutorial showing you exactly how I use the machine and I can do my best to answer any questions you might have about it.  It will probably make more sense for you to watch the Video first and then read through the notes below.

DIY Cuts Machine Video Tutorial

 

How to Use Kaisercraft's DIY Cuts Machine with Video Tutorial By Alicia McNamara

 

The DIY Cuts Machine is perfect for all your Die Cutting and Embossing needs.  Included with your purchase of the machine is Five Plates.  In the Video I step you through each one including the Base Plate, The Cutting Plate B (Which you receive two of in your box), The Adapter Plate C and the Metal Adapter Plate.  These plates are placed in different positions depending on if you are Die Cutting or Embossing.

Technique #1 – Die Cutting

How to Use Kaisercraft's DIY Cuts Machine with Video Tutorial By Alicia McNamara

Kaisercraft has a complete range of Decorative Dies and new Dies are released each month to co-ordinate with the Paper Collections.  To cut with a Decorative Die you need:

Materials Needed:

The DIY Cuts Machine, a Decorative Die, Card Stock and the Die Release Tool.

Die Cutting Sandwich:

When Die Cutting, the Cutting Sandwich I use is:

Base Plate, B Plate, Metal Adapter Plate, Cardstock and Die, C Plate

Instructions:

Position your Cutting Sandwich into the machine and turn the handle to roll the plates through.

Remove the paper from the Decorative Die with the Die Release Tool.

View Kaisercraft’s complete range of Decorative Dies here.

Technique #2 – Stamping and Die Cutting

How to Use Kaisercraft's DIY Cuts Machine with Video Tutorial By Alicia McNamara

Kaisercraft has a gorgeous range of Decorative Die and Matching Stamp Sets.

Materials Needed:

The DIY Cuts Machine, a Decorative Die with Matching Stamp Set, Card Stock, Ink, Acrylic Block, Washi Tape and the Die Release Tool.

Die Cutting Sandwich:

When Die Cutting, the Cutting Sandwich I use is:

Base Plate, B Plate, Metal Adapter Plate,Cardstock and Die, C Plate

Instructions:

Stamp Your chosen image onto Card Stock.

Choose matching Die and tape the die onto the stamped image.

Position your Cutting Sandwich into the machine and turn the handle to roll the plates through.

Remove the paper from the Decorative Die with the Die Release Tool.

View Kaisercraft’s complete range of Dies and Stamp Sets here.

Technique #3 Embossing

How to Use Kaisercraft's DIY Cuts Machine with Video Tutorial By Alicia McNamara

Kaisercraft has a comprehensive range of Embossing Folders that co-ordinate perfectly with each Monthly Collection of Papers.

Materials Needed:

The DIY Cuts Machine, an Embossing Folder, Card Stock, Ink (optional).

Embossing Sandwich:

When Embossing, the Embossing Sandwich I use is:

Base Plate, B Plate, Metal Adapter Plate,Cardstock and Embossing Folder, B Plate

Instructions:

Place your Card Stock into the Embossing Folder.

Position your Embossing Sandwich into the machine and turn the handle to roll the plates through.

Remove the paper from the Embossing Folder.

Ink over the Embossed card if desired.

View Kaisercraft’s complete range of Embossing Folders here.

How to Use Kaisercraft's DIY Cuts Machine with Video Tutorial By Alicia McNamara

The Kaisercraft DIY Cuts Machine is such a useful tool for the craft room.  It allows you to create beautiful die cuts and embossed designs that can make your crafty projects so beautiful.  I know I certainly couldn’t live without mine!

I hope you have found this Tutorial helpful.  If you have any questions or suggestions for future Tutorials please let me know in the comments below.

Have a lovely crafty day,

Alicia : )

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