Happy Monday everyone! Today I am sharing a quick Pocket Page I created using the wonderfully versatile Stargazer Collection.
With all the beautiful elements and quotes this range can be used for anything from weddings to super heroes.
I mainly used my paper pad and Collectables pack to create the cards for the pockets.
With the paper pad and little elements it is so easy to create a stunning end result.
I chose red as my accent colour and manged to pull it through the entire page in various ways.
Red washi tape strip; button, red alpha sticker and red paint splats.
For this card I used the stencil in white texture paste on white cardstock. Once the paste was dry I sprayed the entire card with Denim and Charcoal
Kaisercraft Mists. A simple star element with a lick of red paint finished off this magical look.
And a few white splats completes a quick and easy galaxy perfect for your super hero.
To dress up my card from the Galaxy sheet I simply stamped and image onto the left side of the card and added some red paint splats.
Adding a nice detail but not losing the beauty of the original card.
I that’s how easy it is to dress up some cards, make your own and use your stash to create a pocket page.
Have a wonderful week filled with lots of special stargazing moments.
Until next time, Jowilna. x
Are you a Memory Keeper? Do you Scrapbook to record precious moments in life? What do you use for inspiration for your work…a photograph, a memory, the pretty papers in a new collection? Sometimes it can be helpful to begin with some Memory Keeping Questions to get the creative juices flowing.
Kylie, Social Media and Promotions Coordinator at Kaisercraft, set some Memory Keeping Questions for our Blog Post today…
Where were you 10 Years Ago?
A quote to live by?
What was the last thing you celebrated?
What is the most important thing in your life?
What is something you are proud of?
What are you thankful/grateful for?
The Design Team was asked to choose one question and use it as inspiration for their layouts….
” You are my Anchor” Layout ~ By Rikki Graziani
Memory Keeping Question: What Are You Thankful For?
” You are my Anchor when the Waves come Crashing Down …..”
Memory Keeping Question – ‘What are you grateful for?’
I’m grateful for this little girl who brought so much happiness and sunshine into our lives. I used this photo taken on the very first summer we celebrated as a family. I was too excited to dress her up I bought 3 sets of swimsuit for this particular outing alone (stage mommy here, ha!)
Kaisercraft Products: Summer Splash Collection: P2422 Poolside | P2420 Beach Towel | Collectables CT893 | Clear Stamp CS314 | Paper Pad PP1031 | Inkpad IP719 – Black
Other: Blue and Orange Misting Spray | Mod Podge | Gauze | Thread
And now it’s over to you Memory Keepers…pick a question and scrap a memory. Don’t forget to share your Layout with us by tagging #kaisercallery or uploading your creation into Kaisercraft Corner. We can’t wait to see what you create.
We want to celebrate and reflect on 2016 by creating a fun pocket page using this KaiserBINGO board! Choose 4 words that run either up, down, horizontal or diagonal and create any paper craft project you like using your 4 words. For example, you might choose to create a pocket page featuring a QUOTE, CONFETTI POCKET, FAVOURITE PHOTO and TITLE: 2016.
Your creation must feature at least 80% Kaisercraft products from any current or previous release Kaisercraft paper collection.
We’re looking forward to seeing your entries but first, some housekeeping for those who wish to play along…
Feel free to enter as many times as you like!
Your creation must feature at least 80% Kaisercraft products.
You may use any current or previous release Kaisercraft paper collection.
Link your finished project by creating a blog post on your personal blog or Facebook page, copy the link and add your name and link to the comments section at the bottom of this post. Alternatively, you can post your entry directly to our Facebook wall or send it directly through in a message.
Entries close Tuesday 31st 2016 at 11.59pm (Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time, UTC +11)
You could be one of two luck winners to receive a Kaisercraft goodie pack.
Winners will be announced Friday 3rd February 2017.
Take a look at our wonderful Design Team’s projects based on this months sketch for inspiration!
“Grateful Heart” pocket page by Kylie Kingham.
I have used the Stitching, Confetti Pocket, Printed Papers Only and Typed Journaling squares for my pocket page.I am also using the gorgeous ‘Cherry Tree Lane’ collection.
Kaisercraft Products- SA301 12x 12 Multi pocket page | PP1012 Cherry Tree Lane paper pad | CT872 Cherry Tree Lane collectables | SS329 Cherry Tree Lane sticker sheet | FL592 Wooden Flourishes |St927 Love clear sticker | ST925 Family clear sticker | Other- String,sequins
“Cherish Time Spent Together” Pocket Page by Alicia McNamara
I chose the collection “Ubud Dreams” to scrap these Christmas Memories.
I chose the row that requested Handwritten Journalling, Favourite Photo, Printed papers Only and Special Event.
Kaisercraft Products: PP1013 | SS330 Sticker Sheet | CT873 Collectables | DD143 Decorative Die – Cherish Time | DD787 Decorative Die – Mandela | DD162 Decorative Die – Ornament Garland | DD346 Decorative Die – Icons | FC211 Foil Card Stock – Ruby Red | SA303 12×12 Multi Pocket Pages 3
‘Baby Pocket Page’ by Collette Mitrega
I chose ‘3 photos’, ‘Handwritten Journaling’, ‘Title 2016’ and ‘A Fond Memory’ for the Bingo Challenge and used the pretty and lovable ‘XO’ collection for this quick and easy pocket page.
Welcome Back to the Kaisercraft Blog…we hope you had a wonderful Christmas Celebrating with family and friends…in the next few days before New Year Celebrations begin you might be able to sneak in a bit of crafting. For inspiration today the Design Team are showcasing some projects using the gorgeous December collections…
Kaisercraft:High Tide Collection: PS474 Ships Wheel – Die Cut | P2222 – Sailor | PP1011- Paper Pad High Tide CT871 – Collectables | High Tide SS328 – Sticker Sheet |KM106 -Kaiser Mist Denim| IP726 – Ink Pad Island | CS150 – Texture Stamp Triangles | T314 Double sided tape 6mm | T303 Foam Tape
“I Will Always Love You Forever” Layout by Alicia McNamara
Kaisercraft Products: P2207 Romantic | P2208 Relationship | PP1010 Paper Pad | CT870 Collectables | IT918 Designer Template – Deer | KC013 Kaiser Colour – Dusty Pink | EM405 Paper Doily | BRB606 Organza Ribbon | F641 Paper Blooms – Dusty Pink | F627 Paper Blooms – Coconut | DD312 Decorative Die – Leaves | LDB1054 Wooden Shapes – Love | FL586 Flourish Pack – Frames | SB786 Pearls – Rose | SS327 Sticker Sheet |
‘Adventure’ Pocket Pages by Sonia Thomason
The ‘High Tide’ collection is perfect for holiday photos so I decided it was about time I created an album with some of our photos from a trip to Bali. The beautiful natural colour palette with tones of blue are perfect for beach photos!
Alicia here with you today! I am excited because its Monday, its a new week and here on the Kaisercraft Blog this week we have the theme of Dream Catchers! Dream Catchers are featured in one of the gorgeous new collections for the month of June, Boho Dreams. Today I am sharing three projects; some Dream Catcher cards, a Beyond the Page Wall Art and a Pocket Scrapping Travel Album with the Just Landed Collection. I also have a video of the Travel Album to share…so settle back, make yourself a cup of something nice to drink and enjoy a little Kaisercraft inspiration…
Project One – Dream Catcher Cards
I made a set of three Dream Catcher Cards using the new Kaisercraft Decorative Die: DD754 Dream Catcher.
These cards were so much fun to make : ) I followed the same sketch for each of the three cards, just changed up the elements a little so that each card is unique.
This paper collection is so beautiful! It is such a joy to create with. I love the colours.
Kaisercraft Products: P2106 Dream Catcher | P2108 Young | P2109 Wild | P21101 Free | P21111 Wanderer | P2114 Adventurer | PP999 Paper pad | CT858 Collectables | CB153 Corrugated Cardboard | CD101 12×12 Card Stock – Coconut | IP723 Ink – Vintage | F644 Paper Blooms Mini – Coconut | F667 Paper Blooms Mini – Coral | DD527 Decorative Die – modern Doily | DD504 Decorative Die – Doilies | EM405 Paper Doilies | DD754 Decorative Die – Dream Catcher | DD516 Decorative Die – Vines | EM928 Lace – Natural Shades | BRB606 Organza Ribbon | LDB1059 Natural Twine | RS404 Rhinestones – Champagne |
Project Two – Beyond the Page Wall Art
I altered this Wall Art using white paint and Crystal glitter card.
This is a really quick and effective way to make some gorgeous WallArt for your home.
Kaisercraft Products: SB426 Wall Art Arrow Words 3pk | GC104 Glitter Card Stock – Crystal | KC001 Kaiser Colour Paint – White |
Project Three: How to Make your Own Travel Pocket Style ScrapBook
For My Travel Album I chose to make a Pocket Style Scrapbook featuring the amazing new collection for June; Just Landed.
Step One: Gather Kaisercraft Supplies
I purchased the D-Ring Album to match this collection and Multi Pocket Pages in three different designs.
SA255 Snapshot D-Ring Album – Just Landed| SA301 12×12 Multi Pocket Pages | SA303 Multi Pocket Pages | SA305 Multi Pocket Pages
Step Two: Gather Photos
I had some old photographs from 2007 when we went to Japan for my cousin’s wedding. Because of the large quantity of photos I had from this trip I decided to make my Album in the Pocket-Style of Scrapping.
Step Three: Gather Mementos
I also had a pile of ticket stubs, maps, brochures and coins that I had collected on the trip. I wanted to incorporate these into my Album so that everything about the trip was together in the one place and could be enjoyed.
Step Four: Slip Photos into Pockets
My next job was to put all the photos into the Pocket Pages in my Album. I left some spaces in the album for Title cards that I felt needed a little bit of journalling. If there wasn’t enough photos to fill a page a left a space for a filler card. In this example below I had two spaces at the top of the pocket page.
Step Five: Make Title Cards and Filler Cards
My last job was to make the Title Cards and Filler Cards. I counted up how many horizontal cards I needed and how many vertical cards I needed. I made a few generalised cards that could fit in any place in the album. I also made a few more specific cards that referred directly to certain events in the album.
These are fun little cards to make up, a small 6×4 inch space. I used a lot of stamps from the Just Landed collection, stickers, collectables and the little wooden embellishments.
This is an example of a typical page in the album.
I used lots of Chipboard Letters to make titles on my Title Cards. I sprayed the chipboard with Kaiser Mists to match the colours in the collection.
On the last page of the album we had a couple of airplane photos so I used some of the P2103 Sign Posts Paper to create an airplane picture to finish.
It is quite difficult to get the idea of what the album looks like just with photographs so I have made a little video of the album so you can see it a little better. I also included a few process clips of how I put together a few of the Title Cards.
Kaisercraft Products: P2097 Journal | P2098 World Map | P2099 Baggage | P2100 Big City | P21010 Polaroids | P2102 Subway | P2103 Sign Posts | P2104 Flight Path | P2105 Passport | PS454 Postmarks – Gloss | SS314 Sticker Sheet | CS265 Clear Stamps | PP998 Paper pad | CT857 Collectables | SA255 Snapshot D Ring Album | FL576 Flourish pack – Travel | EM431 Polaroid Cut Outs | KM101 Kaiser Mists – Charcoal | IP719 Ink Pad – Black | IP724 Ink Pad – Bark | PT212 Printed Tape Arrows – Black | SA301 12×12 Multi Pocket Pages 1 |SA303 Multi Pocket Pages | SA305 Multi Pocket Pages | CB108 Chipboard Alpha 2 | ST911 Epoxy Stickers – Monochrome | DD522 Decorative Dies – Berry Vine | FL575 Flourish Pack – Wedding |
I hope you have found some inspiration from this post to make your own Travel Album, Wall Art or some Dream Catcher cards : ) If you have any questions, or would like me to pop on over to your blog to see your Kaisercraft creations please leave a comment below with your blog details.