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Design Team Jowilna Nolte Kaisercraft Layouts Miss Betty Mixed Media

How Lovely are you Layout by Jowilna Nolte

February 5, 2018

Hi everyone Jowilna on the blog today with a single page layout using the gorgeous Miss Betty Collection.
I love this range for so many reasons but the soft colours combined with the vibrant pink is what really catches my attention.
How the range can be soft and romantic with a bit of spunk added into the mix.

Adding some more bright colour

I wanted to highlight the blue in the paper and elements but with a bit more oomph – so I used some liquid acrylic ink to my background.
I adhered some of my elements onto my background and then dropped the ink in selected areas with a quick water misting.
Then left everything to dry naturally. Once my layout was done I used the same ink and added some splats to pull everything together.


The rose sheet of paper just begs for some fussy cutting and they look amazing layered with elements. Add a butterfly on top
with only some adhesive in the middle so that wings can be free and add some movement.

This cute little birdie can be found all over including on the sticker sheet and make for a fun little detailed element.

Machine sewing adds some lovely texture and detail to this range of papers.

Elements from the sticker sheet layered with foam tape overlapping elements cut from the paper look beautiful.

A few key elements cut from your paper sheets can make for an economical layout – instead of buying everything in the range,
you can stretch your stash by using up every single bit of patterned paper.

And did you notice how I stepped out and actually worked on patterned paper as a background.
I love my white backgrounds because of the clean canvas it offers and the possibilities.
But I wanted to show how even making a mess onto patterned paper can be really effective when done subtly.

Kaisercraft Products: Miss Betty Collection:  P2478 Stitched | P2486 Sewing | P2484 Hankerchief | P2485 Quilted | P2479 Thread | CT931 Collectables | SS357 Sticker Sheet
Other” Acrylic Liquid ink; sewing machine; diamante; Walnut ink; foam tape

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Card Making Collections Design Team Documented Kaisercraft Mariusz Gierszewski

It’s the little things in life

January 15, 2018

Hi Everyone!

Mariusz here!!! Today I wanna share with you a vintage card with many layers. I created this with Kaisercraft’s new collection Documented. I hope you really like the design of papers and also embellishments.

Kaisercraft products: Documented Collection – PP1036 Paper Pad| CT898 Collectables| SS355 Stickers Sheet| RS452 Rhinestones Strips| T302 Foam Dots| T321 Acid-Free Craft Glue

Others: flowers, leafes dies, black ink, cotton ribbon.

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Thank you for reading.
Have a good day!

Mariusz

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Design Team Kaisercraft Layouts Open Road step by step Tutorial Tuesday Videos

“Road Less Travelled” Layout and Video By Rikki Graziani

December 21, 2017

Good morning how are you all this Festive Season?

Rikki here with a super quick layout and process video for you as I know what the December can get like….

Today I am showing a layout using the stunning Open Road Collection….

 

Whats not to love about this Collections, the rich, vibrant, earth red tones against the stunning greens that nature show us here in Australia.

 

 Kaisercraft Products: Open Road Collection: P2447 Bushwalk | SS353 Sticker Sheet | PP1034 Paper Pad | CT896 Collectables |FL615 Flourish Pack Australiana | KM111 White

 

 

 

When you do fussy cutting be sure to add some of your FL615 Flourish Pack Australiana throughout your clusters.

Well I hope this inspires you to get creating….. and I wish you a Merry and Safe Festive Season however you choose to celebrate it, till the New Year , have a creative day.

Rikki

 

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Decorative Dies Design Team Jowilna Nolte Kaisercraft Layouts step by step Tutorial Tuesday wandering ivy

Little Things Wandering Ivy Layout Tutorial by Jowilna Nolte

December 12, 2017

Hi everyone – today I am sharing this double page layout created using the gorgeous Wandering Ivy Collection. For the tutorial portion I am sharing how I created
some interest on my background as well as using my die-cuts in a cheat way to add color instantly without worrying to tear or damage the fine delicate cuts made.
Lets take a look how I created my elements…
On my background I created some layered filled in circles with hand sewn details around the edges. So quick and easy to achieve but with a stunning end result.


For my flower cluster I wanted to use the beautiful Ivy die-cut. But the part I hate most about die-cuts is adding color to them once they are cut.
Especially with those delicate pieces that tear and break so easily So here’s my cheat way of adding color and cutting them without any fuss.

Step 1 – Turn the die-cut over and ink the flat side (back) of your die using 2 or more shades of green ink.
Lightly tap the ink onto the surface to ink it.

Step 2 – Carefully lift the die and place it onto your cardstock with the inked side on white cardstock.
Feed it through your die-cutting machine with your rubber matt in place. This will transfer the ink onto the cardstock and created a light embossed image as well.

Step 3 – Remove the cardstock from your machine. Lift the die-cut to reveal the now debossed and color transferred image.

Step 4 – Leave the ink to dry or heat set using a heat gun. Flip your cardstock over and position the die on the raised area of the image visible at the back.
Place the die and keep it in place with some washi tape. Now cut the image from the back.

TIP: You have to cut from the back in order to line the die up correctly with the colored image on the front.

Now cut the shape by putting it through your die-cutting machine. Remove the cut and coloured image.

And that’s how I quickly and easily add color to my image and then cut it without any fuss.

How to create the stitches circles on your background.

Step 5 – Use an anywhere circle cutter. I used my old fashioned one that I can adjust to any size circle.
Cut several circles out of your background and in different sizes.

Step 6 – Cut scraps of your patterned paper slightly bigger than your circles.

Step 7 – Back the cutout circles with the patterned paper pieces by adhering the pieces to the back of your cut out circles.
Use your paper piercer to make holes inside and even outside of the circles. Sew the circles using embroidery thread for a beautiful dimensional effect.

What have you created with the beautiful Wandering Ivy Collection? The sweetest and most beautiful collection…until the next one.
Happy scrapping Jowilna

Kaisercraft Products: Wandering Ivy Collection | P2433 Blue Fields | P2439 Province | P2440 Panelling | P2441 Blessings | DD199 Ivy Strip | IP721 Gum Leaf | IP733 Green | RS446 Island Lagoon Rhinestones | T317 Scissors | T330 Die Release Tool | Foam Tape
Other: White Cardstock | Embroidery Thread | Circle Cutter | Walnut Ink

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