Class Act Layouts

January 28, 2013

 Hi Everyone,

Hilde, Lori and Trudi are kicking off Monday’s inspiration with Class Act.  Super fun and bright, this collection is in a class of it’s own!

 ‘Thomas- One Year Old’ by Hilde Janbroers-Stolk

Kaisercraft Materials Used: Class Act Papers Complete (P1028), Accomplish (P1025), Perform (P1026), Superstar (P1030), Collectables (CT742), Paper Pad (PP889), Wooden Flourishes Awards (FL492), Sticker Sheet (SS167), Paper Blooms Black (F666), Fire Red (F664).

Other Materials Used: Tattered Angels Glimmermist, American Crafts Thickers.

Hilde Says: ” I didn’t have any photos on hand of my girls at school. So instead, I decided to create a boys’ layout with the papers. It worked out great! Even if you have a child not attending school you can use these papers too!”

” First Grade ” by Lori Williams

Lori says “I really liked how I made the small wooden flourish ribbons charms.  If you’re careful, the wood is thin enough that you can poke a piercer through. You can then make a hole to run a jump ring through…and poof you have charms.  Just be sure to have something behind your wood to support it when you bore your hole.  I also love the mini book I created in the bottom right corner.  It has little pages that hold journal entries “


Kaisercraft Products Used:  PS258 Corkboard, P1025 Accomplish,  P1026 Perform, P1028 Complete, P1024 Achieve, P1029 Finish, RB941 Rub ons Script Alpha, CT742 Collectables, FL492 Awards Wooden Flourish, PP889 Paper Pad, MA501 Mini Alpha Black and White, P1032 Personal Best, WL701 Wooden letter alphabet.

Other Products Used: Sewing Machine, Embossing Powder and Heat Gun, Twine

Layout ‘Grinners are Winners’ by Trudi Harrison

Kaisercraft Products Used: Class Act Collection – P1025 Accomplish, P1031 Champanion, PS257 Specialty Gloss Awards, PP889 Paper Pad, CT742 Collectables; Mini Alphabet Stickers, Clear Texture Stamp Numbers, Black Ink

Other Products: Chevron Stencil, Heidi Swapp Color Shine, Tattered Angels Black Chalkboard, Gesso, Stazon Teal Ink

Trudi Says: “I stepped away from the school theme and created a project featuring a moment captured of my two girls recently.  Their smiles, grins and giggles will always be a winner for me”.

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  • Reply Jocelyn Turner January 28, 2013 at 8:12 am

    Awesome school days layouts. Some great ideas for other projects.

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