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New Base Coat Collection – Xyron Blog Hop

February 7, 2013

Blog Goers,

All this week Kaisercraft is teaming up with the excellent gang at Xyron to make scrap creation easier! We are giving away five Xyron Mega Runners with Refills, that makes it one each day!! 

All you have to do for the chance to win, is ‘Like’ the Kaisercraft Facebook page and leave a comment telling us about your all time favourite Kaisercraft product! Only one sentence answers will be accepted so keep it short! 

It’s so easy that you would be silly to miss out! We heart Facebook, so while your there check out our latest collection, upload us a scrapping photo or message us any enquiries! 


INTRODUCING the NEW ‘Base Coat’ collection

‘Base Coat’ is the beautiful paper collection on the menu today! Our genius design team have been busy creating some rustic pieces for you, aided by their Xyron tools. Base Coat is an excellent paper range, fantastic solo or perfect for layering!

Think of Base Coat as literally your base coat for every project you create. Natural designs of brick, corrugated iron, wooden palings and stone provide a foundation to give you a kick-start. These beautiful textures will go with any collection you’re using so add that something extra and use Base Coat in your next project!

“Explore” Layout by Adriana Bolzon

Kaisercraft Materials Used:  P1058 Bark, P1063 Concrete, P1057 Bricks, P1061 Distressed, P1062 Rock.C5833 Clear Stamp Check Plate, RB905 Rub Ons Journey, CB107 Alpha #1, MA501 Mini Alphas, F652 Terracotta Mini Blooms, Black Cardstock.

Extras: inks, paints, hessian, foam dots, brads, shells, muslin, misting spray, glossy accents, Xyron mega runner adhesive.

“Country Heart – Love” by Adriana Bolzon

Kaisercraft Materials Used:  P1065 Corrugated Iron, P1059 Whitewash, FL481 Wooden LOVE, SB2229 Wall Art – Heart, F645 Honey Paper Blooms, F636 Ruby Paper Blooms, F654 Aubergine Paper Blooms, F652 Terracotta Paper Blooms, C5833 Clear Stamp Check Plate.

Extras: inks, foam dots, die cuts, glossy accents, Xyron mega runner.

Adriana says, “The papers in this collection are all now some of my favourites. They have a grungy and rustic feel to them, which I just love. I wanted to create something that looked very old and ‘Base Coat’ was ideal for this project. I would say that this country heart is just in time for Valentine’s Day next week. Once again the Xyron Mega Runner was so easy to use to adhere all the pieces of my projects together.”

Happy crafting everyone. :)

Next we have….

‘I Adore You Daddy’ Layout by Hetty Hall

Kaisercraft Materials Used: Bricks – both sides (P1057), 75 Cents – Penny (P1040), Wooden Flourishes – Lamp Post (FL326), Adore and Forever (FL320), Fancy Hearts (FL316), Butterflies (FL377), Small Keys (FL392), Mini Paper Blooms – Sage (F649), Mini Alpha Stickers – Back & White (MA501), Rub Ons – Father (RB912), Double sided Tape – 6mm (T314), Foam Dots (T302).

Other: Mist, Crackle accents, Xyron Mega Runner Permanent Adhesive Tape.

‘Inspiration’ Canvas by Hetty Hall

Kaisercraft Materials Used: Bricks (P1057), Bark (P1058), Weathered (P1060), Rock (P1062), Corrugated Iron (P1065), Stretched Artist Canvas – Plain Square (CA203), Clear Stamps – Checker Plate (CS833), Wooden Flourishes – Plaque (FL401), Rose and leaves (FL318), Lilac Leaves (FL336), Funky Butterflies (FL342), Paper Blooms – Fire Red (F664), Paper Flowers – Sweet Pea (F619), Rub Ons – Laugh (RB909), Printed Tape – Black (TM802), Acetate Sheet – Elegant (PS172), Ribbon Roses – Large Cream (R702) and Large Coffee (R703).

Other: Punch, gesso, flowersoft, flower branch, shells, potpourri, bark, mist, starfish, diamond dust, miscellaneous nature items, coloured spray mists, Xyron Create a Sticker 2.5″ Permanent adhesive.

Hetty says: “How awesome is this collection, it is a great base for any project. I especially love the bricks in this range, so grunge looking. You can combine the papers with some softer elements and you have a project fit for both a male or female. On the canvas I used strips of several papers and ran them through the Xyron Sticker Maker. It is quick and super easy to do.”

Next we have Michelle WInston with her creations……

“Happy Birthday & You Are Cards” by Michelle Winston

Kaisercraft Materials Used: Base Coat Paper – Concrete P1063; Rubons – Birthday RB838; Ink – Vintage IP723; Resin Flowers – Blossoms EM968; Rubons – Forever RB893; Clear Stamps – Rocks CS875.

Other: thread, ink, brad.

“Litlle Boy” Layout by Michelle Winston

Kaisercraft Materials Used: Base Coat Paper – Weathered P1060, Bricks P1057; Clear Stamps – Distress CS877; Wooden Flourish – Ladders FL521; Rubons – Boys RB915; Mini Alpha Sticker – White & Black MA502.

Other: brads.

“Treasures” Pencil Box by Michelle Winston

Kaisercraft Materials Used: Base Coat Paper – Whitewash P1059, Corrugated Iron P1065; Wooden Flourishes – Locks and Hinges FL330; Foam Tape T303.

Other: Ink; metal brads; Xyron Mega Tape Runner.

Michelle says: “Base Coat is simply an awesome collection of worn wood, bricks and rocks! It has a great grungy look and can be used in a great range of ways on loads of different projects! Once again, the Xyron Mega Tape Runner made completing this pencil box so quick and easy.”

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  • Reply Faith February 7, 2013 at 9:06 am

    Fabulous papers! haven’t seen them here in NZ, have to go shopping online!
    Wonderful projects, and such awesome variety too!
    Loads of inspiration! Thanks.

  • Reply Lee February 7, 2013 at 10:44 am

    Wow – I love the projects! A fun hop!

  • Reply Judy February 7, 2013 at 11:14 am

    Bought this collection from Artfull Crafts {Faith}-love the textural effects.

  • Reply Jean Marmo February 7, 2013 at 1:09 pm

    Gorgeous projects with gorgeous papers!!

  • Reply Carly W February 7, 2013 at 1:59 pm

    WOW! these have totally blown me away. Each project is sensational!

  • Reply Caryn S. (Scrapnsing) February 7, 2013 at 2:04 pm

    Wow I am amazed at the level of talent and the number of stunning projects!

  • Reply Kitika February 7, 2013 at 4:53 pm

    You never fail to impress me! It’s amazing collection, especially I like the bricks paper!

  • Reply Lucretia February 7, 2013 at 7:17 pm

    Wow! Just brilliant. I want this collection so much. Thanks for the chance to win too. Very generous of you.

  • Reply Svetlana Austin February 7, 2013 at 8:03 pm

    wonderful projects, ladies!

    I can’t get enough of Kaisercraft’s texture stamps – I use it almost in all my projects!

  • Reply Cathi O'Neill February 7, 2013 at 10:51 pm

    Gorgeous papers and work!

  • Reply linda February 8, 2013 at 3:02 am

    Really amazing projects! I think the Base Coat will quickly become one of my favorites! Thank you Kaisercraft and Xyron!

  • Reply Mary Lou H February 8, 2013 at 3:05 am

    I love the fence series. Could embellish for so many different projects.

  • Reply Angela Bowie February 8, 2013 at 4:11 am

    What amazing projects!!!! Base Coat is my new favourite product, however I will always love Kaisercraft stamps :-)

  • Reply Carla Hundley February 8, 2013 at 4:13 am

    I like the Craft Caddy! Carla from Utah

  • Reply Pam Sohan February 8, 2013 at 6:30 am

    Love that altered heart !!!!!! Beautiful. I love this collection. :D

  • Reply Eileen Barton February 9, 2013 at 3:27 am

    Love,love, love the Base Coat papers!! Going right onto my wish list!

  • Reply Denise Bryant February 11, 2013 at 2:17 pm

    I am in love with these Base Coat papers! They would be fantastic to use in my cardmaking!

  • Reply Beverly Jordan February 11, 2013 at 2:36 pm

    What amazing mixed media projects with such gorgeous results! You amaze me!

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    Love the rustic look

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