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In the Attic with Lori, Sam and Joanne

March 20, 2013

Today Lori, Sam and Joanne are sharing their fabulous creations using the ‘In the Attic’ collection.

Bookends by Lori Williams

Kaisercraft Products Used: SB2182 Bicycle Bookends, P1092 Photographs, PP894 Paper Pad, P1085 Crockery, P1086 Closet, F664 Paper Blooms Fire Red, F669 Mini Paper Blooms Fire Red

Other Products Used: Cheery Lynn Dies, Liquid Pearls

Lori says: “Everybody loves the idea of the treasure buried up in Grandma’s attic and that is exactly what this collection brings to the table.  There is such a great mix of vintage relics that really make it a must have.  On my bookend pennants, I layered the card stock to give it more strength. “

“A Smile Card” by Lori Williams

Kaisercraft Products Used: P1092 Photographs, P1085 Crockery, PP894 Paper pad, CT747 Collectables, SS174 Sticker Sheet, F644 Mini Paper Blooms, F664 Fire Red Paper Blooms

Other Products Used: Spellbinders, Flourish with a Bling


“You Are Beautiful” By Joanne Bain

Kaisercraft Materials Used – P1084 Trunk, P1088 Ornaments, P1089 Suitcase,P1087 Books, P1092 Photograph, RB907 Innerself Rub Ons, SB774 Ice Blue Rhinestones, F630 Iceberg Paper Blooms & F627 Coconut Paper Blooms.

Other – Ribbon, Border Punch & Dies.

“Cherish Cousins” Layout by Samantha Hauzer

Kaisercraft Products Used – In the Attic P1087 Books, P1091 Coat Rack, P1089 Suitcase, P1084 Trunk, FL405 Flourish Pack Leaf, MA505 Mini Alpha Stickers Cream, KC031 Black Paint, Flourish Pack FL334 Hanging Plaques, Flourish Packs Love and Cherish FL319, F628 Paper Blooms Honey, EM929 Lace Black.

Samantha says: “This is a really nice range to work with and it is perfect for a distressed/vintage style layout. I added a piece of corrugated cardboard which I edged with black paint. I love doing messy pages like this. I also love using the wooden flourishes from Kaisercraft in their natural form. The raw wood look went really well with this range.”

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  • Reply wilma Voermans March 20, 2013 at 12:35 pm

    Wow, love the two layouts created!

  • Reply Lenny March 21, 2013 at 7:56 am

    Wonderful. I’ve always loved bookends, if not for the function, at least for their form!

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