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August 31, 2011

Hello Kaisercrafties. I hope your week has started off great!

Today’s post is highlighting the ‘Timeless Collection’ and Wooden Flourishes. We have had the Timeless paper collection for a while but have now added rub ons, paper pads and journal tags! The wooden floushes really work beautifully with the Timeless collection, don’t you think?!

Below our Contributing Design team will inspire you on what to make using the gorgeous Timeless range and wooden flourishes!


“Believe” Photo Display By Vicki Morris

Matrials Used:
Kaisercraft – Small Photo Display, Kaisercraft – Timeless
Paper Pads – Black and White, Kaisercraft – Wooden Flourishes – Bird Cages /Locks & Hinges / Birds,
Kaisercraft – Paper Blooms – Sunset, Olive & Buttercream,
Gesso, Embossing Powder (Silver and Black), Blank Transparency, Misc silver trinkets, Ink.


“Timeless” Cards By Hilde Janbroers

Card 1 Materials Used:
Foam tape T303, Pearls Lavender SB785, Vintage Timeless 6,5 ” PaperPad PP854, Timeless Journal Tags JT629, Paper Blooms Cranberry F638, Wooden Flourishes Wings FL346, Rub ons friendship RB918
Other: Tattered Angels Glimmermist, kraft card stock, ink

Card 2 Materials Used:
Wooden flourishes cuckoo clock FL353, Paper Blooms aubergine F637, Pearl strip latte PL505, Lace Pack cream EM927, Vintage Timeless Paper pack PP854, Black & White Timeless Paper pack PP855, Timeless Journal Tags JT629
Other: Melissa Stewart punch, Tattered Angels Glimmermist, Bazzill Basics card stock white, ink.

Hilde Says:
“For card 1, take a piece of kraft card stock measure 25 x 11 cm. Then fold it to a card. Cut out a piece of dessin paper measures 11.5 x 10.5 cm. Add a tag on the left ( used ink around the corners ). Also cut out some stamp images and a butterfly from the papers. I used a rub ons on a piece of paper and cut it out and added foam tape underneath it so it lifts. Spray some glimmermist on the wings and the flower and add them onto the card. Place the butterfly on it. Add some pearls as an extra touch.
For Card 2, cut a piece of white card stock measured 30.5 x 14 cm. Fold it to a card. Use some ink around the edges. Then cut out a piece of dessin paper thats a bit smaller then the surface. In the middle you add another piece of dessin paper and a tag as well. Everything has ink around the edges.Then you add the lace on the bottom and the pearl strips. Also add the rub ons. After that you can add the flowers. Spray some glimmermist on the wooden flourishes and let it dry. Then place it on the card!


Meilleurs voeux” Card By Genevieve Allen


Materials Used:
Timeless paper pads – Vintage (PP854); Journaling Tags (JT629); Wooden Flourishes – Bird cages (FL302), Funky Butterfly (FL342); Paper blooms Honey (F628) Iceberg (F630); Lace cream (EM927); Rhinestone (SB774); Paper Tags Manilla (EM924); Extras: Distress ink, Stamp, Punch, Stickles, Spellbinders, Ribbon

Gen Says:
“This is one of the many ways to decorate the new Kaisercraft wooden flourishes:
– Paint with white acrylic paint
– When the white paint is dry, spread shades of the “Metallic and Luster Rub-ons” with fingers.
– Inside of the card, the butterfly had the same treatment of colouring than the bird’s cage on the top of the card.
– To create some beautiful embellishments, cut some butterfly of “Paper pad-Timeless Vintage” and put some “Stickles” on it to obtain some brightness.
The “Timeless paper pads” are very practical and can be use for different themes like: nature, country, butterfly, time, clock, newspaper….. let’s go your imagination!! It’s fantastic! “


“When I grew Up” Layout By Toni Crane


Materials Used:
Vintage Timeless Paper Pad (PP854), Timeless Journal Tags (JT629), Timeless Rub on Borders (RB948), Wooden Flourish Fob Watch (FL350), Transparency Elegant (PS172), Lace Cream (EM927), Alpha Chipboard (CB107), Script Alpha Rub ons (RB941).
Other products: card stock, ink, stamp.


“A Mother’s Love” Layout By Toni Crane

Materials Used:
Vintage Timeless Paper Pad (PP854), Timeless Journal Tags (JT629), Mini Paper Blooms (F654), Wooden Flourish Magical Butterflies (FL341), Timeless Lamp Posts Rub ons (RB931), Timeless Borders Rub ons (RB948), Kaisercraft Rub ons Mother (RB911), Tiny Alpha Stickers (MA510)
Other: Card stock, Ink, Flowers


“Our Story” Layout By Toni Crane

Materials Used:
Black and White Timeless Paper Pad (PP855), Timeless Rub ons Treasure (RB945), Transparency Frames (PS177), Kaisercraft Rub ons Family (RB910), Wooden Flourish Ornate Clock (FL351), Wooden Flourish Small Leaves (FL357), White Paper Tags (EM923), Mini Paper Blooms Olive (F650).
Other products: ink, white card stock.


“Dream” Layout By Pearl Lui

Materials Used:
Timeless Paper Pad – Black & White (PP855), Timeless Mini Journaling Tags (JT629), Timeless Rub-ons; Pearls in Blush (SB716), Lush (SB717), Bliss (SB718); Pearl Brad in Pink Ice (EM932); Other: twine, punch, dye-cutting machine

Pearl Says:
“The Timeless 6.5″ x 6.5” paper pads and rub-ons are gorgeous. The paper pads come in a lovely black & white deck and a vintage deck. The pattern papers have very classic, timeless and versatile designs on them. For my “Dream” layout, I thought I would go for the black & white patterns to contrast with the lovely pastels in my photo.

I used a dye to cut the title, Dream, out of one of the pattern papers in the deck. I then applied a mix of navy and spearmint acrylic paint to it as well as the mini journal tag. I created the same effect with the punched flowers, applying a mix of pink and yellow acrylic paint. To create some additional depth and texture, I dry impressed polka dots around the flowers. I then applied some finishing touches by tying some white twine around the mini journal tag, and applying rub-ons, pearls and pearl brads.”


“Precious Family Time” Layout By Debbie Marcinkiewicz

Materials Used:
Vintage Timeless 6 1/2” Paper Pad (PP854), Timeless Journal Tags (JT629), Timeless Rub ons – Treasures (RB945), Frames (RB946); Acetate Sheet – frames (PS177); Rub ons – Script Alpha (RB941); Wooden Flourishes – Ornate Clock (FL351); Pearl Brads – Ice Green (EM934); Lace Pack – Black (EM929); Paper Blooms – Sunset (F634); Hunt & Gather Collection – Watch (P701), Jewels – Pearls & Rhinestones (RS421).
Other supplies:  seam binding, pearl flourishes, twill tape, netting, paper flowers, paper doilie.

Debbie Says:
” In my layout, I cut apart alpha tiles from a piece of the Vintage Timeless patterned papers for the title… they remind me of Scrabble tiles!
The clear acetate frames worked perfectly with the pictures on my layout! I adore using pretty things on my projects like lots of delicious flowers, rhinestones, brads, glittered papers, lace, ribbons and netting!  The largest flower is handmade from Vintage Timeless patterned papers by die-cutting eight flower shapes, scrumpling them and then layering … a decorative brad added to the middle is the perfect touch!
This botanical inspired patterned paper from the Hunt & Gather Collection is the perfect back drop for my layout design! And there you have it … Precious Family Time spent on summer vacation this year with my two sons!!  Thanks for peeking in today!”


Heart + Ace + Telegram ” Tags By Janna Werner

Materials Used:
Timeless – 6 ½” Paper Pad black & white (PP855), Timeless – Journal Tags (JT629)

Janna says:
” The Tag to the right was created with scraps from the vintage and black & white tags. Add layers to your tags, it makes them look more dimensional and interesting.”


Toujours + Paris” Tags By Janna Werner

Materials Used:
Timeless – 6 ½ Paper Pad vintage (PP854), Timeless – Rub Ons Fob Watch (RB927), Timeless – Journal Tags (JT629), Wooden Flourishes Eiffel Tower (FL356), Alpha Chipboard #1 (CB107)

Janna says:
“Add different structures to your chipboard or wooden flourishes by using a brush, fingers or brayer, for example. You could use a brush to dab or stroke paint onto your item.”

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  • Reply Lisaspassion2scrap August 31, 2011 at 11:21 am

    Great use of Timeless products ladies, love them all.

  • Reply Gini Cagle August 31, 2011 at 12:25 pm

    I love all of the wooden flourishes – they are so versatile.

  • Reply sonia August 31, 2011 at 12:31 pm

    Love all the timeless stuff. Especially the wooden flourishes. Thanks for the inspiration!!!!!

  • Reply Sandra August 31, 2011 at 1:57 pm

    Beautiful work, I love the vintage feel.

  • Reply Jimjams September 3, 2011 at 2:31 am

    Wonderful projects and pages – really like this line.

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