Hi Everyone, it’s Beck Beattie here to share with you a multiple photo scrapbook page. When I had the honour of joining the team one of the requests I had was to see some scrapbook pages that featured a number of photos.
While going through some old photos, I found some that were taken by my mother in-law on one of her last trips before she passed. I thought how nice would it be to have some of these photos captured on scrapbook pages. I’m honestly not sure of where exactly they are taken, but she took them and that makes them special to us.
I enjoyed layering some of the papers along with stickers from the sticker sheet to create a masculine look for this page. This seemed perfect with the photos being of some of the big trucks out on the mines in the outback. For additional interest I raised various areas to create a little more dimension to the page.
I hope you enjoyed my share which featured a multiple photo scrapbook page. A sure fun way to get a number of pictures onto your page.
Hi everyone, Jowilna here on the blog today sharing a Documented layout with a hint of colour. I simply love this range but wanted to add a touch of colour.
I started off creating my mixed media inked background using re-inkers.
The effect left a hint of cream, yellow, a beautiful grey and even some blue and green colours visible once the ink had dried.
A variety of Collectables elements added the yellow tones and for the blue/green I added some scrunched up thread under my photo.
This multicoloured thread gave me the interest and hint of colour I craved.
A couple of coloured splats offers the accent colours support and makes for a nice detail.
Mini Typography stenciled detail works well on the background. I could have added the stenciled details in a colour come to think of it.
It just shows you how versatile this range is – perfect for everyday moments, school days, vintage, heritage and boys.
Thanks for stopping by today. We hope you have enjoyed seeing the versatility of this range as showcased by the Design Team the last couple of weeks.
Some more amazing designs heading your way with this month’s ranges…so come back soon.
Live Creatively – Jowilna!
Do you love the Templates Kaisercraft bring out every month? Would you like some tips on using Kaisercraft Templates? Today the Design Team are demonstrating 5 Tips for using Templates and their accompanying creative projects.
New Kaisercraft Templates
Have you seen the gorgeous new Templates released this month?
IT458 – Floral
IT030 – Typography
IT029 – Screen
5 Creative Tips for Using Kaisercraft Templates
Tip #1 ~ Adding Dimension to the Background with a Template
”Living the Dream” Layout ~ By Rikki Graziani
I love using my templates with white ink to add dimension to the background – it mimics the die cut adding dimension.
Tip #2 ~ Creating a Soft, Random Edge with a Template
”Congratulations” Card ~ By Kylie Kingham
A handy tip to remember when using your templates with any medium is to not follow the straight edges of the template.By keeping your medium spread randomly away from the edge ensures a lovely soft effect for your project.
Kaisercraft Products: Documented- P2461 Measurement | SS355 Sticker Sheet | CS319 Clear Stamps | PP1036 Paper Pad | CT898 Collectables | IT030 Typography Template | IP719 Black Ink Pad | CD510 Black
Other: Modeling Paste, Brown Ink Mist.
Tip #3 ~ Decorate the Background of a Layout with a Template
“So Gorgeous” Layout ~ By Alicia McNamara
It is easy to create a personalised and unique background for your layout when using Kaisercraft Templates and Inks.
Tip #4 – Create Colour, Texture, and Pattern with a Template
“Perfect Day” Layout ~ By Jowilna Nolte
Use a Template to create colour, texture, and pattern for a layout – you need nothing else to make a beautiful layout. This can be rewarding, economical and creative.
I used my template to create my flowers with and then arrange them to create a field of shimmering flowers acting as patterned paper.
I mixed texture paste with liquid pearls to create a paste in 3 different colours. The cut out flowers can be arranged as you desire and to suit your needs.
A few rhinestones in the centers of the flowers can add dimension and also dresses them up a bit for variety.
As supporting embellishments I used my Collectables pack for additional flowers, leaves, and words.
A few smaller stamped flowers scattered on the background adds delicate details.
One way to add interesting background is by using a template and modeling/texture paste. Want to level it up? Mix the paste with paint, mists or watercolor. Just like what I did with my scrapbook layout.
I also didn’t mix it thoroughly, leaving subtle “white streaks” or “pale shade of pink” to some parts
I also splattered different colors of mists for more texture
Now it’s over to you, what amazing Tips do you have for using Kaisercraft Templates? We love to hear your ideas and see your creations. Please tag #Kaisergallery or share your designs at Kaisercraft Corner.