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Kaiser Mists Kaisercraft Kasia Leach Layouts Mixed Media Scrap Studio

Scrap Studio Layout – Kasia Leach

November 8, 2018

Good morning, Kasia here today with a layout featuring the Collage Gloss Varnish paper from the Scrap Studio collection.

I love using the gloss varnish specialty papers from different collections and this one was no exception. It’s like starting with a cardstock that has already been heat embossed with beautiful designs for you.

PAPERS

SCRAP STUDIO Collection: PS544 Collage Gloss Varnish, P2632 Authentic, P2636 Frayed, PP1055 6.5” Paper Pad.

KC PRODUCTS

SS374 Sticker Sheet, CT948 Collectables, IP747 Denim Ink, IP744 Blue Haze Ink, IP746 Peacock Ink, IP753 Licorice Ink, IP752 Smoke Ink, KM127 Peacock Mist, KM129 Denim Mist, KM131 Black Mist, IT044 Lace Doily Template, CS340 Scap Studio Clear Stamp, FL636 Artist Wooden Flourish Pack.

  • Use COLLAGE Gloss Varnish as the background for your layout.

This is an absolute gorgeous collection and I hope I have inspired you to get your mixed media on and create some beautiful layouts.

DOWNLOAD the instructions for this layout HERE and watch below to see how I have put this layout together.

 

xx Kasia

 

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Donna Espiritu Gypsy Rose Mixed Media Scrapbooking layout Tutorials

“You are good for my soul” Gypsy Rose Layout

July 10, 2018

Hello, lovelies! I hope you’re all having a great day! It’s Donna here with a scrapbook layout using one of the newest collections this month, Gypsy Rose.

Here is what I came up with

I started with a blank white cardstock, cutting an inch off of two sides.

Then I mixed brown and pink watercolors and splattered some on the cardstock. If you flick the brush a bit closer to the surface, it will create small splatters. So if you flick the brush farther, it will create bigger splatters.

I let the watercolor splatters stay for a while, letting it seep through the cardstock, before using a piece of plastic to spread and flatten the splatters. I also used a piece of tissue to get some of the water so the colors won’t be too bright. I just want a hint of watercolor on the background. After this has dried, I mounted the cardstock on a patterned paper.

I used this beautiful Decorative Die, Crochet Doilie, to cut a bronze glitter cardstock. I started off with this to decorate/embellish the layout.

Mounting it with a foam tape, I placed it like so and then added an array of embellishments below it to mimic a dream catcher.
I used both stickers and die cuts from the Collectables pack. Some were mounted using foam tapes for dimension and some were simply glued on top or under a piece of another embellishment.

It really is quite simple and easy!

Here are more close up shots of the finished layout

Kaisercraft Products: Gypsy Rose Collection – P2568 Inspiring | SS367 Sticker Sheet | CT941 Collectables | DD818 Floral Dream Catcher Decorative Die | GC106 Bronze Glitter Cardstock | F639 Fuchsia Paper Blooms | CD101 Coconut | T302 Mounting Foam Dots T321 Acid-Free Craft Glue

Others: White Thread | Watercolors

That’s all for today! Thanks for dropping by!

Happy crafting!

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Anthology Layouts Mabel Sim Mixed Media

The Best Moments Layout by Mabel Sim

June 4, 2018

Hi Everyone!

It’s Mabel here and I am popping by to share with you a layout I did using the new Kaisercraft collection, Anthology.

I would say Anthology is a collection suitable for masculine projects due to its rich and dark colours. This is a good collection to get if you are intending to craft something masculine.

Nonetheless, if you take a look at my layout, I would not call it masculine but it is definitely not feminine either. This collection gives a good balance between both and i love it!

Kaisercraft Products: Anthology Collection – P2541 Ephermera | P2544 Botanist | P2545 Apothecary | SS364 Sticker Sheet | CT938 Collectables | IT468 6×6″ Designer Template Grunge | T303 Foam Tape | T314 Double Sided Tape

Others: Cardboard | Brown Pigment Powder | Texture Paste | Palette Knife | Black String

That’s all for my posts today.

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

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

Mabel Sim’s The Craftminded: https://www.instagram.com/thecraftminded/

Have a great day ahead. Creative day too.

Mabel

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Beyond the Page Design Team Kaisercraft Rikki Graziani Stargazer Tuesday Tutorials

”Art Foam Flowers and Hoop” Video Tutorials, with Rikki Graziani

May 22, 2018

Good morning how are you all? Rikki here with two, yes I said two videos for you this Tuesday.

The first video is all about making flowers with the NEW Kaisercraft Art Foam !!! This product is amazing and lots of fun to play with!!!

The second video is showing you how to create a decorative hoop using the Art Foam Flowers you just created, I have also teamed this up with one of this months new collection – Stargazer.

 

Kaisercraft Products: Stargazer Collection: P2537 Orbit | P2540 Cosmic | CT937 Collectables |SF901 White Art Foam | SF916 Navy Art Foam | SB704 Dark Blue Rhinestones | IP726 Island Ink Pad 

Other: Tim Holtz Distress Crayon | Mylar Flakes | Embossing Powder | Embossing Ink

 

The first showing you how to use the new Kaisercraft Dies and our New Art Foam to make your own stunning flowers !!!!

 

 

 

The second video is how to make this beyond the page hoop with the new Kaisercraft Stargazer Collection…..

 

 

By making your embossing powder thick you can run it like paint also you can add things into it and they will stick……. Like these Mylar Flakes.

Its easy to hand colour and custom your flowers to what ever you need, you can use any medium: ink, watercolour crayons, mist. The possibilities are endless.

 

I just use a baby wipe to apply the colour…. Why? I love the softer effect it gives to you.

Dont forget to add other elements like pattern paper leaves into your flower clusters…..

 

 

 

Another way to customize your flowers is by adding things to the centers, also mix and match your dies to get different flowers.

 

 

I hope I have inspired you….

Till next time have a creative day.

Rikki xxxxx

 

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Art Foam Sheets Donna Espiritu Stargazer

Stargazer Layout by Donna Espiritu

May 18, 2018

Hello everyone! Donna here with a project using the Stargazer collection.

I knew I wanted to create a scrapbook layout using one of the many photos of my daughter while she’s asleep. I love taking photos of her while she looks like a little angel… coz when once she wakes up, well… you know what happens when our little angels are awake :D

So on to my layout… I turned my photo into black and white so it will blend beautifully with the colors of the Stargazer collection.

The background paper already has dark blue splatters but I still added more using white, black, turquoise and lavender misting sprays. After placing everything I splattered all the misting sprays again with the photo covered so it won’t get any unwanted splatters.

I used the Navy art foam sheet to create the flowers and accentuated them with Ice Blue Rhinestones. It turned out really pretty! Love the contrast of the dark blue flowers and how the rhinestones sparkle. I only used two layers of art foam flowers though compared to the others I did with 3-4 layers. The dark color and the petals already made the flowers look fuller so I kept it with just two layers.

Using foam dots really create depth or dimension to any project. I’ve used it to adhere the doily and photo. As well as some of the Collectables and art foam flowers. I’ve also added word art strips and stickers as the final touch to my layout.

Kaisercraft Products:  Stargazer Collection – P2535 Milky Way (Reverse) | P2537 Orbit | SS363 Stargazer Sticker Sheet | CT937 Stargazer Collectables | SF916 Navy Art Foam Sheet | SB774 Ice Blue Rhinestones | T302 Mounting Foam Tapes | T321 Acid-Free Craft Glue

OTHER: Doily | Thread | White, Turquoise, Black and Lavender Misting Sprays

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That’s all from me today! I really hope you liked my Stargazer layout as much as I do!

Thanks for dropping by and happy crafting!

xoxo,

Donna

 

 

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