Beyond the Page Card Making Layouts

Miss Empire Projects – Hilde, Susan and Trudi

June 28, 2013

Let’s have another look at the Miss Empire collection. Hilde, Trudi and Susan have some fantastic projects to inspire you all.

“Special Bond” layout by Susan Longman004005

Kaisercraft Products Used: P1209 Steampunk; P1202 Realm; P1201 Regent; P1203 Supremacy; F652 Mini Blooms Terracotta; F635 Blooms Terracotta; F628 Blooms Honey; FL440 Hearts; RB904 Moments; CT759 Collectables

“Time” Card by Susan Longman009

Kaisercraft Products Used:  P1202 Realm; CT759 Collectables; CD120 Willow Cardstock

Layout ‘Rustic Charm’ by Trudi Harrison

Kaisercraft Products: Miss Empire Collection – P1202 RealmP1205 Domain, P1208 Ancentry, P1209 Steampunk, SS187 Sticker Sheet, PP905 Paper Pad CT759 Collectables, Wooden Flourishes-FL333 Padlock, Paper Blooms – F641 Dusty Pink, F632 Sage, F638 Honey

Other: Distress Ink – Antique Linen, Border Punches

Altered 6 Drawer Wide Unit by Trudi Harrison

Miss Empire Collection_6 Drawer Wide Unit_Trudi Harrison

Miss Empire Collection_6 Drawer Wide Unit_Detail2_Trudi Harrison Miss Empire Collection_6 Drawer Wide Unit_Detail1_Trudi Harrison

Kaisercraft Products: Miss Empire Collection – P1206 Dynasty, P1207 Provincial, PP905 Paper Pad, CT759 Collectables; SB2239 6 Drawer Wide Unit, TM806 Metal Label Pulls – Brass, TM812 Metal Drawer Knobs – Brass, Paper Blooms – F635 Terracotta & F628 Honey, Wooden Flourishes FL319 Love and Cherish, FL333 Padlock

Other: Distess Stain, Ink, Organza Ribbon

‘Memories Layout’ by Hilde Janbroers-Stolk

Kaisercraft Items Used: Miss Empire Paper Copper (PS288), Paper Pad (PP905), Collectables (CT759), Printed Tape Timeless (TM801), Paper Blooms Sunset (F634), Pearls Chino (SB789), Sparklets Saffron (RS412), Blossoms Resin Flower Orchid (EM968), Mini Paper Blooms Terracotta (F652), Clear Stamps True Romance (CS106).

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  • Reply Kelly June 28, 2013 at 9:50 am

    I adore the colour palette of this collection! Beautiful work, ladies!

  • Reply Carole Eaton June 28, 2013 at 9:58 am

    Gorgeous. So reminiscent of the Empire era in Europe and around the world but so lovely to enjoy in this techno age. THE Colours are so restful. Must get some at our Crafting Fair SENZ in a couple of weeks here in Auckland New Zealand.

  • Reply Chris Medwell June 28, 2013 at 11:26 am

    Love the splashes of colour with the neutrals.

  • Reply Debbie Breen June 29, 2013 at 10:03 am

    OMG works of art

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