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Everlasting Specialty Die Cut by Lisa Amiet

December 17, 2018

Hello, it’s Lisa here again today, to share some more Die Cut specialty paper inspiration with you all.

This project is using the oh so gorgeous and romantic Everlasting Collection.

PAPERS: EVERLASTING Collection: PS547 Be Mine Specialty Paper,
PS548 Damask – Flocked Specialty Paper,
P2649 Amore, P2650 Bloom, P2651 XO, P2657 Love You, PP1057 Paper Pad.
KC PRODUCTS: CD101 12 x 12 Coconut Cardstock, CS853 Flutter Texture Stamp,
Ink Pad – IP740 Cotton Candy, Kaiser Mist – KM132 – Gold Shimmer, Pearls – SB789 Chino.
OTHER: Cardboard

 

For this layout I have used the gorgeous Be Mine – Die Cut
that I wanted to use as the feature of my layout.

 

I really wanted the frame to stand out so I have cut the centre out,
so I raised it with cardboard, then layered onto Bloom (reverse).

 

I have then layered this onto white cardstock and framed it with XO (reverse).
I have added a little bit of stamping to the background.

 

I have fussy cut some of the damasks from Damask – Flocked, and cut these pieces to use on my layout.

 

I added in some layers  and one of my wedding photos.

 

To finish I have added some pearls to the doily.

 

You can find the full instructions for this layout HERE.

You can find the Everlasting Collection at your local stockist now or online at
Kaiserstyle.

Lisa

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Everlasting Jowilna Nolte Layouts step by step

Everlasting Double Page Layout by Jowilna Nolte

December 6, 2018

Today on the blog I am sharing a double page layout using the gorgeous Everlasting Collection.
I love the how versatile this range is – so much so that I even used patterned papers as my background -something I normally find too busy, but with this range they were simply perfect.

Follow instructions below to recreate all download instructions by clicking on the above image.


Step 1 –  Adhere the 2 x ONE and ONLY Patterned papers together with a piece of double-sided tape to form your background.
Step 2 – Cut out cards and elements to use on your layout from the Love You patterned paper sheet.

Step 3 – Cut out 5 x flowers from the BLOOM sheet. You need at least 1 large flower cluster and 3 smaller flowers as well as 2 x leaves. Ink the edges of the cut-out elements.

Step 4 – Add brown splats onto the background papers and leave to dry while prepping the rest of your elements.

Step 5 – Arrange the photo matts and cut out cards onto your background.
Position the elements in the plain brown strip running across the middle of your layout.

Stagger the photos and elements to create interest.
Tuck the cut-out flowers behind the photo matts for added interest.
Layer some scrunched up pink thread in between the flowers for dimension and texture.

Step 6 – Punch a decorative strip out of the BLOOM (reverse) using a border punch.

Step 7 – Use your craft scissors and cut the punched strip in half to form 2 thinner strips to use.

Step 8 – Adhere the barcode strips, punched border strips and other elements to your layout as per the image.
Use the cut-out washi tape strips from the LOVE YOU sheet and adhere them to the cards and dress up with embellishments.

Step  9 – Add rhinestones, wooden flourishes and sewing details to finish off your layout as desired.

Adding some sewing, and thread in between the layered flowers add some texture and also repeats the beautiful shades of pinks from the paper.

Until next time I hope you are inspired by this Double page layout to create your own using this stunning and versatile range.

“Everlasting is the perfect range to celebrate LOVE – young love, old love, new love and even those gorgeous grandbabies.” JN

Kaisercraft Products Used: EVERLASTING Collection: P2657 Love You, 2 x P2656 One and Only, P2650 Bloom
KC PRODUCTS: CD302 Coal Cardstock, FL638 Everlasting Wooden Flourishes, IP753 Licorice KaiserInk Pad, KM130 Kaisermist Brown, T225 Kaiser Cutter, T330 Release Tool,
T317 Craft Scissors, T316 Precision Craft Scissors, T321 Craft Glue, T315 Double Sided Tape,

Other: Border punch, buttons, thread

 

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Deep Sea Layouts Specialty Gloss Papers Specialty Papers

Deep Sea Specialty Papers Layout Tutorials

December 3, 2018

Deep Seas Specialty Papers

Hello Kaisercraft fans!
It’s Lisa here today to share some layout with you featuring the gorgeous Deep Sea Specialty Papers.

 

As Free as the Ocean 
For this first layout I have used the ‘Mermaid Scales’ specialty paper.

PAPERS: DEEP SEA Collection: PS550 Mermaid Scales, P2658 Tide, P2659 Sea Floor, P2663 Snorkel, PP1058 Paper Pad.
KC PRODUCTS: CT951 Deep Sea Collectables, CD101 12 x 12 Coconut Cardstock
OTHER:Cardboard

 

This range is a gorgeous ocean themed collection that was perfect for my visit to Turtle Reef.

I have used SNORKEL (reverse) and SEA FLOOR(reverse), to create frames for my layout.
I have then used white cardstock for the centre.

I have fussy cut rows from the ‘Mermaid Scales’ specialty paper, then layered with cardboard for extra dimension.

I have adhered these to opposite corners of my layout.

 

Fussy cut sea life and collectables have been layered for the sea floor.

 

I have then added my photo and sentiments that have been raised for dimension.

 

A close up of the gorgeous elements!

You can find the full instructions for this layout HERE.

 

Wild and Free
My second layout is using the awesome Seashell Gloss specialty paper.
Such a fun paper, I have fussy cut and raised it with cardboard.

PAPERS: DEEP SEA Collection: PS549 Sea Shell – Gloss, P2658 Tide, P2662 Anemone,

P2664 Deep Blue, P2665 Sea Shell, P2666 Sand Bar,

PP1058 6 x 6 Paper Pad, CD101 12 x 12 Weave Cardstock – Coconut
KC PRODUCTS: CT951 Deep Sea Collectables, SS377 Deep Sea Sticker Sheet,

Kaiser Mists – KM121 White, KM127 Turquoise, KM129 Navy
OTHER: Gauze 

 

 

A little bit of fussy cutting for this layout.

 

Lots of layering and some gauze for texture.

 

I have layered the fussy cut anemones and sea life with some of the collectables, some raised for dimension.

 

You can find the full instructions for this layout HERE.

I hope you like what I have created with these two specialty papers, they were great fun to work with.

You can find the Deep Sea collection at your local stockist or online at
Kaiserstyle.

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Layouts Let's Go Specialty Papers

Group Post – Specialty Die Cut Layouts

November 29, 2018

“Our Boys” Layout By Alicia McNamara

Let's Go Layout By Alicia McNamara

PAPERS: LET’S GO Collection: P2640 Sight Seeing, P2641 Carry On, PS545 Postage Stamp, P2644 Cities, P2648 Souvenirs.

KC PRODUCTS: PS546 Fly Away Acetate Sheet, CB109 Alpha #3, SS375 Sticker Sheet, CT949 Collectables, , T302 Foam Dots, T321 Acid Free Craft Glue, LDB1056 Foam Tape, T314 Double Sided Tape,

 

I’m trying to scrap my boys more often, because I think it helps you to press pause on life and be thankful for your blessings.

This collection is perfect for scrapping boy photos.

Let's Go Layout By Alicia McNamara

PRODUCTS USED:

You can download the full instructions for this layout HERE

 

 

‘Loving This Place’ by Lisa Amiet


PAPERS: LET’S GO Collection: PS545 Postage Stamp Die Cut, P2641 Carry On, P2642 Flights, P2643 Bag Tags, P2644 Cities, P2647 Road Map, P2648 Souvenirs, PP1056 6 x 6 Paper Pad, SS375 Sticker Sheet, CT949 Collectables.
KC PRODUCTS: CD101 12 x 12 Coconut Cardstock, DD988 Wish You Were Here Die & Stamp Set, DD314 Decorative Die Hot Air Balloons, CS265 Clear Stamp Set Just Landed, IP705 Antique Blue Ink Pad, LBD1056 Foam Tape, T315 Double Sided Tape
OTHER:Mists, Cardboard

 

I had loads of ideas as soon as I saw the ‘Postage Stamp Die Cut’ specialty paper. There are so many ways you can use it.

I have also used the ‘Wish You Were Here’ Stamp and Die set for the suitcase.

I have layered this with collectables and and foam tape for dimension.

For the hot air balloons and clouds I have used the ‘Hot Air Balloons’ Decorative Die Set.
You can use the patterned papers and card stock to come up with so many styles and colours.

You can download the full instructions for this layout HERE

Collect Moments – Kasia Leach

PAPERS: LET’S GO Collection: P2647 Road Map, PP1056 6.5” Paper Pad, PS545 Postage Stamp Die Cut, PS546 Fly Away Acetate.

KC PRODUCTS: SS375 Sticker Sheet, CT949 Collectables, CS341 Clear Stamp, CD302 Coal Cardstock, FL637 Fly Away Wooden Flourishes, IP753 Licorice Ink, KM131 Black Mist, DD3316 Texture Subway Die, LDB1025 Kraft Pennant with Eyelet, AS253 Ivory Alpha Stickers.

 

I have been meaning to scrapbook my little man’s school photos for a while now, but I never seem to find the right paper range and I knew this was it, the moment I saw it.. needless to say I did all 3 years.

I find that to me, my kid’s education and schooling is one big adventure and a lot about the journey and the moments that help shape them into who they will one day become. Have a look at your kiddos school photos as this is a great collection with some really beautiful quotes to document these moments of their lives.

You can download the full instructions for this layout HERE.

You can find the Let’s Go collection at your local stockist now or
online at Kaiserstyle.

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Decorative Dies Layouts Let's Go

Quick and Simple Travel Pages

November 23, 2018

Hi guys.. Kasia here today with a couple of travel layouts featuring a couple super awesome and versatile dies. Whether it’s an overseas holiday or just exploring your own city, Let’s Go is such a perfect collection to scrapbook all those memories of family adventures.

PAPERS: LET’S GO Collection: P2642 Flights, P2644 Cities, P2647 Road Map, PP1056 6.5” Paper Pad.

KC PRODUCTS: SS375 Sticker Sheet, CT949 Collectables, CD302 Coal Cardstock, FL637 Fly Away Wooden Flourishes, KM131 Black Mist, DD3315 Buildings Die, SB793 Black Pearls. 

  • > Use white FLIGHTS as your background. > Cut CITIES to 11 x 30cm (4 ¼ x 12 inches) and adhere to your background about 14cm (5 ½ inches) from the top. > Die cut the Buildings die from black cardstock and adhere along the bottom of the CITIES paper.

Buildings Die

I’ve used this die here as a fun border to ground my photograph, but it could be used in so many different ways such as:

Cutting the buildings apart and using them as single elements on a card to welcome someone to the neighbourhood or congratulate them on their new home.

Using the buildings on a layout talking about home or the different homes you have lived in.

You could back the die with acetate, foam mount and create a shaker card.

 

This layout is of my son at our mall in Adelaide.. so it wasn’t a holiday I was scrapbooking as such but an adventure we had in the city.

PAPERS: LET’S GO Collection: P2644 Cities, P2645 Street Signs, P2648 Souvenirs, P2646 Fly Away, PS546 Fly Away Acetate.

KC PRODUCTS: SS375 Sticker Sheet, CT949 Collectables, CS341 Clear Stamp, CD301 Snow Cardstock, CD302 Coal Cardstock, FL637 Fly Away Wooden Flourishes, IP752 Smoke Ink, IP744 Blue Haze Ink, KM131 Black Mist, DD3316 Texture Subway Die, DD3315 Buildings Die.

  • > Use white cardstock as your background. Cut CITIES (reverse) to 19 x 30cm (7 ½ x 12 inches) and adhere to your background about 3.5cm (1 ½ inches) from the top. > Cut SIGNS (reverse) to 12.5 x 30 cm (5 x 12 inches) and adhere to the layout. > Die cut the Texture Subway die from black cardstock and adhere along the top of SIGNS (reverse). > Die cut the Buildings die from black cardstock and adhere a little offset to the left. > Adhere the ‘it’s a big world out there’ sentiment below the die cut. > Trim out the diagonal stripe strip from SOUVENIRS (reverse) and adhere along the bottom of the SIGNS (reverse). > Adhere the strip of planes from the sticker sheet to the bottom right.

Texture Subway Die

I love love love texture dies as they do just as the name suggests.. add texture to your project. They can be tucked into the layers and cut in either a contrasting paper to add pop or the same colour tone as the layers to add subtle texture. I’ve used this particular die in a contrasting colour to create a border across the top of my layout.

I hope these layouts have inspired you to create layouts documenting not only your travels but little day adventures to your own city.

xx Kasia

 

Remember you can download the step by step instructions by clicking on the above layout images.

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