Card Making

Creative Cards with 13th Hour!

October 26, 2011

Good Afternoon Scrapper’s,

I hope your all loving playing and creating with the New 13th Hour Paper Collection as much as we are!!

Check out these gorgeous creations by Cassandra, Jodi, Leanne and Hilde!

“Happy Halloween” Card by Cassandra Bright

Products Used:
13th Hour Paper Collection, Tags.
Other: Magnolia  Witch Stamp, Magnolia Halloween Sentiment, Copic Marker’s, Prima Bat Embellishments and Plastic Spiders.

Cassandra Says:
“I’ve had so much fun working with the New 13th Hour Collection! I think what I have enjoyed most is the colour palette. It is so different from the normal colours I usually work with, and a fantastic Collection for Halloween Cards, Layouts and BTP items! I don’t know about your part of the world, but here in Australia we don’t really celebrate Halloween, so I was thrilled to have a little play.”

Inside Card Decoration:

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“Happy Birthday” Card  by Jodi Dolbel

Products Used:
13th Hour Collection Paper Pad PP852, Printed Chipboard CPCB134, Sticker Sheet SS112, Jewels RS425.

Jodi Says:
“The  13th Hour Collection from Kaisercraft is such a versatile range of products. The colours are so distinct and can be used to create so many different styles of scrapping. Ive really enjoyed working with this range.”

“Hello” Card by Leanne Love

Products Used:
13th Hour collection: Paper Pad (PP852) Rub ons (RB938),  Printed Chipboard (CB134), Tag Pack – Raw Craft (EM925), Newsprint Alpha (RB942). Other: Ink

Leanne says:
“This is such a fun range to play with.  You do not necessarily need to use this range for halloween as  you can see from my card.  I am positive that you are going to love these papers and embellishments.”

“Time to Meet” by Hilde Janbroers

Products Used:
13th Hour collection: Paper pad (PP852), Jewels (RS425), Printed Chipboard (CB134), Acetate Shapes (EM965), Crochet Doilie (EM952), Paper Blooms Terracotta (F635), Coconut (F627).

Other: Kraft Card stock, ink.

Hilde Says:
“To give the card lots of dimension use 3 dimensional foam to lift all the items. Also to give the card a vintage look, use ink around the edges of the card.”

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2 Comments

  • Reply AdrianaB October 27, 2011 at 9:12 am

    these cards are so cute, wonderful creations as always :)

  • Reply nimra rana April 3, 2012 at 3:17 am

    so nice beauty very beautiful card but
    please please please
    tell making ideas
    thanks

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