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Card Making Design Team DIY Kaisercraft Mariusz Gierszewski Pen and Ink

“Moment by moment we create our life”- Card by Mariusz Gierszewski

April 20, 2018

Hi Everyone!

It’s Mariusz here and I am back to share with you another card I made, inspired by the new Pen & Ink collection.

Kaisercraft Products: Pen & Ink Collection- PK580 Paper Pack| CT934 Collectables|

If you’re inspired to recreate this look, tag us on Instagram so we can see it.

Kaisercraft: https://www.instagram.com/kaisercraft/

Scrap Hobby: https://www.instagram.com/scraphobby/

Have a great day!!!

Mariusz

xoxo

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Design Team DIY Kaisercraft Mariusz Gierszewski NEW Product Papercraft Pen and Ink

“Thank You” elegant card by Mariusz Gierszewski

April 12, 2018

Hi Everyone!

It’s Mariusz here and I am back to share with you card I made, inspired by the new Pen & Ink collection.

Kaisercraft Products: Pen & Ink Collection- P2510 Wallpaper| P2512 Layered| PS523 Antiques| CT934 Collectables|

If you’re inspired to recreate this look, tag us on Instagram so we can see it.

Kaisercraft: https://www.instagram.com/kaisercraft/

Scrap Hobby: https://www.instagram.com/scraphobby/

Have a great day!!!

Mariusz

xoxo

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Kavitha Layouts wandering ivy

Butterfly girl – Wandering ivy Layout by Kavitha

December 22, 2017

Hello friends, Kavitha here today with you to share my monthly inspiration.

I love floral designs,so undoubtedly my favorite collection this month is “Wandering ivy”.The fresh blue n green shades of the collection gives a spring feel,so i decided to make a layout with butterfly as focal point with lots of flowers around.

I have used “Plaster rose” paper as my base and used the reverse side of it to cut the butterfly using Silhouette sd.

To embellish my layout i used few fussy cut floral from “Ivy blue fields” paper along with collectables.

My layout is fairly simply and took very less time and products to complete.Though i am a fan of layered works,some times i love to keep it simple and let the product shine.

I guess this collection is very gorgeous and doesn’t take much to make beautiful projects,do you agree?

Kaisercraft products : Wandering ivy 12*12 paper – P2433 Blue fields |P2436 Plaster rose |CT895 Collectables

I hope you liked my project.This will be the last post on the blog from the team so i would like to wish you all a “Merry christmas” and “Happy new year” on behalf of Kaisercraft family.

Thank you for stopping by.

Happy crafting,

kavitha

 

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Tuesday Tips

Scrapping with Nancy- Devonshire and Doilies

March 29, 2010

Hi all! It’s my blogging week here at KaiserCraft, and I have so much to share!

First off, I am excited to share my layout using the GORGEOUS Devonshire collection. I finished this page well over a month ago, and I have been just dying for my blog week to hurry up and get here so I can share it and all of my other projects and pages with you. All week long the blog is sure to be jam-packed with lots of eye candy and inspiration!  There were so many fab collections for the Q3 release, and I loved playing with all of them, but I think the Devonshire collection is my fave thus far.

“Green Eyed Boy” by Nancy Burke. Material used: Devonshire collection papers- Victorian Rose (P479) (back), Clarabelle (P482) (front), Aurora
 (P478) (front and back); diecuts (DC312); rub ons (RB849); ink pad (IP708); embellishment pack (EM910); pearls (SB789), Other: crocheted lace doily, leaves, flower punch, scalloped border punch, sewing machine, thread.

While knee-deep into Spring cleaning, the idea for this pretty page background hit me! I had been washing and freshening up all of my linens and washable decor, and came across a pretty cotton fabric doily with crocheted lace edging and a single lace butterfly sewn into it. I realized that the doily was the perfect size for a scrapbook page! The crocheted lace was just around the edges, so it was easily trimmed off, as well as the butterfly. I had no second thoughts about cutting apart such a pretty decor piece, since afterall, I had plenty more doilies where that came from, and it was done in the name of scrapbooking, so it was for a good cause. I stitched the lace edging to a circle cut from patterned paper and voila! Instant background!

For the butterfly, I simply created a tiny paper tube “bead” by rolling up a 6-inch by 1-inch triangle around a bamboo skewer. I then attached it to the center of the butterfly “body”, gave it tiny pearl “eyes”, and used a black pen to hand draw the antennae and dotted line. 

 

For the layered flowers, I hand cut several from the patterned paper, curled all the edges of the petals, and shaded lightly with brown ink. I also used flowers punched from the paper as well as flowers from the embelishment pack. I used a variety of pearls for the flower centers. I finished off the flowers by tucking velvet and paper leaves under the petals.

So lets see some of your inspired creations using some odds and ends decor items from around your house! 

Thanks for looking!

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