Beyond the Page Kaisercraft

Miss Match Beyond the Page…

July 27, 2012

Hello Again.  We have gone beyond the page with Miss Match and have some wonderful creations to share with you.

First up we have Wendy’s delightful birdcage

“Love Birdcage” by Wendy Smith


Kaisercraft Products Used: CT718 Miss Match Collectables; CT711 Charlotte’s Dream Collectables; SS140 Miss Match Sticker Sheet;FL431 Flourish Pack-Floral; F636 Paper Blooms-Ruby; SB2126 Oriental Birdcage

Other:White paint; Mists



Wendy Says:

“Using this paper range on the Oriental Birdcage painted white works beautifully…it is soft and gentle and exudes Shabby Chic Romance”

Next we have Susan’s gorgeous wishing well…

“Wishing Well” by Susan Longman 


Kaisercraft Products Used: SB2164 – Mini Wishing Well; CT718 Miss Match Collectables; P874 – Trash; P876 – Odds; P878- Junk; F627 – Paper Blooms – Coconut; F644 – Mini Blooms – Coconut.

Other: Flower and butterfly dies; white paint.


Susan says: “Painting your MDF white gives you a fresh, clean surface to create on. I have added a gorgeous cluster of handmade Miss Match paper Flowers and Kaisercraft blooms. I can change these quite effortlessly if my decor colour scheme changes.”

Finally, we have Trudi’s ‘classy and fabulous’ altered handbag

‘Altered Handbag’ by Trudi Harrison

Kaisercraft Products: Miss Match P880 Clutter, P881 Knick Knacks, SS140 Sticker Sheet, PP872 Paper Pad; SB124 Hand Bag;  Paper Blooms – F641/Dusty Pink & F628/Honey; EM932 Pearl Brads/Pink Ice; FL333 Wooden Flourishes/Padlocks; RB916 Rubons/Girls

Other: Mod Podge, Distress Ink, Ribbon, String 

Trudi Says:

“A girl needs a handbag to coordinate her look, after all one does need to be ‘classy and fabulous’.  This little handbag has been altered with papers from the Miss Match Paper Pad.  Patterned paper elements cut from ‘Clutter’ and ‘Knick Knacks’ dressed it up along with ribbon and a corsage of pretty Paper Blooms.”

Thanks so much for dropping by the Kaisercraft blog,

Happy Creating!

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1 Comment

  • Reply Michelle Frisby July 27, 2012 at 5:57 pm

    oh wow girls … gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous … absolutely stunning creations … all of them.

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