Hi Kaiser fans. Lori, Michelle and Leanne here, wrapping up the week with some great Beyond the Page projects using Check-In. So without further ado, let’s see what the design team ladies have to share with us today. This will also be our final posts as DT members. Thank you for a wonderful year.
“Check-In Wallet” by Lori Williams Leng
Lori says: “It’s hard to believe this whole project is made out of paper, but it is…well not including the metal button brad. Amazing what some kraft paper, distress ink, embossing powder and embossing plates can create. I loved the way the Check-In line just merged with this project. I used the strip from the end of the papers to wrap around and look like the binding ribbon. It’s great being able to use every bit of paper. I made the three tags to go on the inside of the wallet, ready to jot down those memories about a special trip, or even to add a photo to the back.”
Kaisercraft Products Used: PP870 Paper Pad, P864 Destination Strip, P856 Arrival, FL409 Mini Hinges, CS823 Clear Stamp Set, IP724 Bark Ink.
Other Products Used: Embossing Powder, Distress Ink, Brads, Sewing machine, Tags, Metal Brad, Twine
“Paris” by Leanne Love
Materials: Destination (P864), Sticker Sheet (SS138), Travel Tickets (EM979), Acetate Shapes (EM980), Collectables (CT716)
Other: Timeless – Botanical (P854), Wooden Flourishes – Eiffel Tower (FL356), ink
“The photos from our daughters European holiday are going to be easy to scrap now that I have this range of papers to use. This collection is jam packed full of awesome papers and embellishments. Perfect for all those travel photos that you have sitting in the box under that bed. This collection is not going to disappoint.. of that I can be absolutely sure!”
U.K. Memories – Camera Album by Michelle Frisby
Materials used : Check In P860 – Passport, P859 – Delayed, SB2166 Camera Album, CT716 Collectables, PP870 Paper Pad, M008 2.5 cm silver rings, SS138 check in borders sticker sheet, mounting foam, IP719 black ink pad
Extras : modge podge, black paint, crackling agent, silver paint, twine, Kraft cardstock
Michelle says “As soon as I saw the camera album I knew that I was going to create an album for a friend who has recently honeymooned over in the U.K. So that’s what I did. I asked her to share some of her favourite shots. I painted a base coat of black paint on the front cover of my camera album and once it was dry I used the crackle agent, left that to dry overnight and then painted another layer of black paint over the top. For the pretend shutter and lens I painted using a silver paint dauber. And then I started to play a little with a paintbrush and some modge podge and the papers from this collection. I made a set of tags up using Kraft cardstock and twine and when I ‘gift’ this album to Nadine, I will leave it to her to journal on the back of the tags – special memories of her trip of a lifetime. Creating made a whole lot easier using the ‘Check In’ collection from Kaisercraft.
Happy creating everyone.”
and some of the inside pages of my album …