Card Making

Sharing our “Hummingbird” Cards

January 18, 2012

Hello Kaisercraft friends!

All the colours in the Hummingbird Collection has inspired us! So, Toni, Vicki, Ann-Katrin and Genevieve will give you some ideas to make some beautiful cards with this collection and hopefully inspire you!


“Sliding pop-up card” by Genevieve Allen

Genevieve says: “I made a model of card which can flatten…

But when we pull at the tongue, it becomes a pop up card…

And we can insert a gift card inside! For a person who is retired and loves the nature, this card was perfect!”

 Materials used: Hummingbird collection: Paper pad (PP860); Paper Flight (P782); Collectables (CT705).

Others: Stickles, Stamp, White cardstock.


“A Little Birdy” by Toni Crane

Products used: Kaisercraft Hummingbird Paper Pad (PP860), Hummingbird Collectables (CT705), 13th Hour Acetate Shapes (EM965), Kaisercraft Rub ons Happy Birthday (RB838).
Other: Cardstock, ribbon.

Toni says: The acetate shapes from the 13th Hour range released recently match perfectly with the birds from Hummingbird. It’s a case of mixing and matching and you will find this will work well!”


“Friend” Card by Vicki Morris

Vicki says “I couldn’t resist using those cute butterflies in the “Hummingbird” collection for this card.  A little paper tearing and layering of the butterflies made a simple card for a friend”.

Materials used: Kaisercraft – Hummingbird – Paper Pad, Kaisercraft – December 25th – Jewels, Derivan Kindy Glitz, White Pen.


“A Cheerful Friend” card by Ann-Katrin Toresen

Ann-Katrin says:
“This new Hummingbird collection is one of my favourites. It’s bright with so many cute quotes for friends. Now it’s easy to tell your friends that you love them”

Materials used: Kaisercraft Hummingbird paper Feather P779, Flight P782, Flower P781, Avery P778,  Sticker sheet SS123 and Collectables CT705.

Thanks for looking and cheer some quotes with your friends with this lovely collection, Hummingbird.

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  • Reply AdrianaB January 18, 2012 at 8:41 pm


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