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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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Design Team DIY Fairy Garden Kaisercraft Mariusz Gierszewski NEW Product Post Cards Tutorials

Make a wish- card by Mariusz Gierszewski

March 15, 2018

Hi Everyone!

It’s Mariusz here to share with you a soft card that I did with a short tutorial.

Absolutely amazing, delicate and great collection!

Kaisercraft Products: Fairy Garden Collection – P2488 Fantasy | P2489 Magical | PS519 Flutterby | T303 Foam Tape | SB701 Rhinestones – Soft Pink | SB707 Rhinestones – Mint Green |

Others: Glue

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Product Highlight

Stamping Sunday with Konstruct and Le Chateau

June 27, 2010

One of my all time favorite add-ons to the paper collections that KaiserCraft comes out with every month is the stamp sets. Besides being made of the highest quality materials available in the industry, they are simply fun to use!!! Every time I receive product from KaiserCraft, I quickly flip through the papers to get an idea of the patterns and then I automatically dig through the rest of box to find the matching stamps. I just LUV them!

So it is only fitting that as my very last blog post as a member of the KaiserCraft DT, I leave you with some quick and easy stamped cards (which are my favorite projects to make).

For the card below, I used the fabulous Le Chateau collection. For the stamped image, I used brown ink for stamping, and then outlined the image with a dark brown pen. This is one of my fave techniques to add dimension to any stamped image. I then filled in the outlined areas with a lighter, glittery brown gel pen. This gives the image added dimension and shine. Of course, as glitter does not show up well in photographs, you will just have to take my word for it. :) I also added a doily that I lightly inked with blue ink, crumpled and layered paper flowers, and a tiny tag. The organza ribbon gives the entire card a bit of elegance and softness.  

“For You” card by Nancy Burke. Materials used: Le Chateau paper collection, 6×6 paper pad (PP824), clear stamps (CS745), ink (IP708, IP716), organza ribbon (RI613) , paper flowers (F602, F603) . Other: flower center, paper doily, paper lace trim, string.

For the next card, I used the fun and funky Konstrukt collection. I wanted to do a “tone-on-tone” stamping technique, so I used green ink to stamp my ruler image (bottom of card) onto green paper. So many times I find myself grabbing my black and brown inks, but then I remember there is a whole  rainbow of possibilities available by using other colors of ink! The tone-on-tone stamping technique is one of my faves!

“Thank You” card by Nancy Burke. Materials used: Konstruct paper collection, 6×6 paper pad (PP823), die cuts (DC319), clear stamps (CS744), inks (IP715, IP718), rhinestones (SB715), rub-ons (RB812). Other: sewing machine, thread, die cut flower.

So get out those fun KaiserCraft stamps and inks and start making your own fabulous card creations!

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Beyond the Page Layouts

Le Chateau – Home Decor-BTP clock and a layout

June 24, 2010

Isn’t the Le Chateau collection just soooo fabulous?! I just love the rich textures and patterns in this line. Definitely a fave of mine for home decor projects. The contrast of the light blue with the black is a surprisingly different color combo, but with the addition of the rich golds to tie it all together, it just creates such a warm, homey feel, which I simply LOVE. I know I say this every time KaiserCraft comes out with a new collection, but this is my all-time fave collection! No, really!

So of course, it was an easy decision to use the Le Chateau collection for my BTP clock. And this clock is especially fun, with all the little windows to fill in with bits, baubles, photos, and other treasures. And BTW, this looks absolutely FAB hanging on my wall if I do say so myself. :)

“Le Chateau BTP clock” by Nancy Burke. Le Chateau collection papers, 6×6 paper pad, stamps, BTP clock, alpha stickers, wood flourishes, die cut elements, pearls, paper flowers, embellishment pack, black and brown ink, embossing powder, ribbon.  

And next up we have a simple design for a layout by Fran. Here’s what she says

“I love this photo of my Mum and my son reading together and knew I was a very sedate, calm sort of layout. The fresh white in the Le Chateau is a big favourite of mine, with the other colours of the collection looking so cute against it – the black and the pale blue giving the exact look I was after. And I must mention how much I LOVE the new wood flourishes – I think I’ve used nearly 3 complete packets so far!

And just for a little added interest to the page, I’ve applied a rub-on from the Le Chateau Collection and added some rhinestones to add some ‘sweetness’ to it. It is hard to tell in the top photo, so I’ve given you a close up.”

Time with Nana LO by Fran Tynan using Le Chateau papers, die-cuts & rub-ons, kaisercraft black alphabet stickers, cream alphabet stickers, rhinestones, “Frames” wood flourish

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Card Making

Getting “Girly” with Kasiercraft’s Jungle Bug Collection

May 21, 2010

 Having two daughters, and being a “girly-girl” myself (loving all things pink and sparkly), I tend to gravitate towards colors and patterns that are traditionally considered  “girly”. This makes it difficult at times to want to use browns, greens and blues on my projects. I have to remind myself that besides the obvious pinks, there are other colors and patterns out there that I can use just as easily, and with a few little touches, I can make them just as “feminine” as Iwant! I decided to take the Jungle Bug collection by Kaisercraft and “girly” it up a bit more to better suit my personal style:

 “For You” 6×6 card by Nancy Burke. Materials used: Jungle Bug collection papers- Muddy Mess (P516- back), Leafy Green (P517- back), Dirt Trail (P519- front); paper pad (PP822); embellishment pack (EM916); paper flowers (F604, F605) mini alpha stickers (MA501); rub-on alphas (RB821). Other: sewing machine, thread, foam mounting tape, large scallop scissors, sandpaper, mini flower punch (flower center).  

So grab those traditionally non-feminine papers and colors, let your creativity take over and see just how “girly” you can get! 

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