Today we’re sharing a few layouts featuring our new Q2 Collection, Pack your bags.
Nicole Wingert, one of Kaisercraft’s fantastic graphic designers has just returned from a European holiday.
Here are a couple of her awesome layouts and what she had to say about them!!
“It was 8:30 in the morning when I woke up to the most majestic blue & clam ocean on the way to the Island of Mijet in Croatia. It really did take my breath away! So I wanted to keep this layout fairly simple, and let the photos be the feature. The Embellishments tickets are one of my favourite PYB products, so I couldn’t help but to use them and a few other nick nacks to jazz up the sides. Check out the extra’s section in the Kaisercraft Magazine if your haven’t already, it’s where I got the small brown ticket from and it matched perfectly!”
Materials: Compass Paper, Postcards Paper (reverse), Road Sign Paper (reverse), Itinerary Paper. Pack Your Bags Embellishment Pack, Pack Your Bags Clear Stamp, Pack Your Bags Extra’s From Kaisercraft Magazine Edition#2, Dated Clear Stamp, Pack Your Bags Brad Pack, Chipboard Alphabet #2.
“The main photo is my favourite from Ireland of Blarney Castle’s tower. I couldn’t get over how GREEN everything was! (I don’t know about anyone else but where I’m from, it is ‘drought-vile’ at the moment). I had just bought a whole pile of ribbon and loved how the colours matched so I decided to run them down the side of that photo as a feature. I also jazzed up my chipboard letters with embroidery thread. It’s easy to do, just place a strip of double sided tape on the back of your letter and wind the thread around till your done, and place another bit of tape over the top to secure. This also doubles as an adhesive for your letters to the page, and also stops the threads from moving.
Materials: Compass Paper (reverse), Postcards (reverse) Itinerary Paper. Dated Clear Stamp, Pack Your Bags Colour Rub-on, Pack Your Bags Die Cuts, Chipboard (CB101 Small Lowercase Letters) Ribbon Pack – Earth, Green Embroidery Thread.
Gorgeous layout Nic!
“And here’s one I made also. I luckily got to the CHA (Craft & Hobby Association) with work in Janurary this year, my first time overseas AND on a plane! So I definitely had to document this trip!”
Materials: Road Sign (P425) reverse, Itinerary Paper (P427)Pack Your Bags Clear Stamp (CS730), Pack your bags rub ons (RB834), Sublime epoxy brads (SB1132). Other: Scenic Route pp, vellum, American $1 bill, DCWV cardstock, AC thickers, versa ink.
What travel adventures are you going to scrap with the Pack your Bags collection?