Card Making

Happy Hummingbird Card!

January 11, 2012

Hi Crafters! Lori and Michelle here… Are you ready for some more inspiration using the beautiful line “Hummingbird”?  Well we have two great cards to share with you all today using a wide range of the Hummingbird Collection.

“Special Gift” Card by Lori Williams Leng

“Our collectables make pulling a card/project together in a flash so easy.  I like to ink the edges of my collectables as it gives a more finished look, just like I did on the butterflies.  I also added a few pearls to make for some beautiful embellishments.”

“With this view you can really see the dimension of the cards.  The butterflies and foam tape are the reason for the depth.  I’m a big believer if a card can fit in an envelope it’s not a real card, LOL!”

“Love, love, love the sentiment that I used on the card.  It comes from the paper pad and it’s perfect for that special friend.  I made mine a little more substantial by adding some glossy accents over a portion of the sentiment.  It’s great because you can still read everything clear as a bell but just adds that extra little bling.”

KaiserCraft Products Used: P780 Nectar, PP860 Paper Pad, CT705 Collectibles, SS123 Hummingbird Sticker Sheet, SB791 Pewter Pearls, CS808 Clear Stamp, RB954 Rub ons

Other products used: Bazzil Cardstock, Distress Inks


“Sunny Day” Card By Michelle Frisby

Materials used : PP860 paper pad, CT705 collectables, P780 Nectar, F648 mini paper blooms sea breeze, mini paper blooms coconut

Extras : embroidery thread, lace edge punch, ink


Michelle says “Another of my round cards which I can’t seem to stop making for some reason! They all come out completely different from the next using the Kaisercraft collections. I figure that I am on to a good thing, so why fix something that isn’t broken! I also decided to make a card sleeve.  I’ve cut this one 7 inches wide by 12 inches long, folded it in half and hand stitched down each side, then I’ve used my circle punch and cut out a half circle, just to make it a little easier to pop the card in and obviously to remove the card from the pouch.






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