Jumping around the internet the last few days has seen us find some UH-MAZE-ING work… all created by YOU!
Here’s what we found!!
Large Desk Organiser
MicroBean – Two Peas in a Bucket featuring Kaisercraft’s Large Desk Organiser (SB2084)
Up, Up & Away Layout
DanniT – Kaisercraft Gallery featuring Up,Up & Away collection
Imcnabb on Two Peas in a bucket featuring Boyzone Tags and Tag Box (SB2025 & SB2026)
*Mama Mia* on Two Peas in a bucket featuring Utopia collection.
Nikko on Two Peas in a bucket featuring Kaisercraft’s Advent Calendar (Sb2066)
Tea at Elsies collection
Helenscarddesigns on Kaisercraft Gallery featuring Tea at Elsies collection
Jenny Chesnick – Scrapbook.com featuring Bird House (SB2058)
Thanks to all you out there who share your gorgeous work with others!
Keep up the awesome work!
Link your latest project in the comments section to share you fantastic Kaisercraft projects with others!
Join in our sketch fun and you can win prizes!
Simply create a layout based on either of this month’s September sketches (found here) and share your creations into our September sketch gallery to win!!
At the end of September (3oth September AEST) we will be selecting a first place and second place winner from the September sketch gallery.
The first place winner will receive a $25 collection pack of their choice (6 patterned papers, die cut elements, alpha stickers and rub-on pack) along with two Beyond-the-Page projects of their choice!
The second place winner will receive a$25 collection pack of their choice (6 patterned papers, die cut elements, alpha stickers and rub-on pack)!
“How to make a paper rose”
Materials: Tea at Elsies paper collection, 6×6 paper pad, Paper flowers – baby blue & white, Sandstone, rose and Vintage blue inks, cream cardstock.
Step 1 : Cut three different size flower shapes from you paper (I’ve used Tea at Elsies ” “) – they don’t have to be perfect or uniform – and one 1cm strip. Ink the edges (or sand them if using a dark colour).
Step 2: Scrunch each one up in a ball. Fold the strip in half, lengthways. Ink them again over the rough bits.
Step 3: Twist the long strip of paper into a tight spiral, let it loosen slightly, glue the end and add to the centre of your rose.
Step 4: Unfold and nest them into each other using glue or 3D foam to secure them. Add leaves if you wish.
And here’s the end result…
Gorgeous, thanks Nerrida!! :)
Happy weekend (or almost weekend) folks!
Here’s another sketch for you!
Want to see some close up pictures? We all love detail right?
Here’s Trudi’s layout:
“I loved this sketch and have pretty much kept the orientation of the photos and elements of the sketch the same. I did minimise the die cut shape of the sketch to be more of a photo mat and attached this to a patterned paper base. I also elevated the middle photo with foam tape and angled the strips of paper along the bottom of the photos to create movement”
Kaisercraft Products: Offshore ‘Current’; La Di Da ‘Skip’ (Reverse), ‘Dance’ (Reverse), ‘Tweet’; Prairie Lane ‘Elm Point’; Marrakech ‘Zellig’ (Reverse), Alphabet Stickers White and Powder Blue. Other Products: White Cardstock, Threading Water Border Punch, Glitter Glue
And Vicki’s layout too!
Cardstock & Papers: Kaisercraft – Jungle Bug Collection – Leafy Green Kaisercraft – Jungle Bug Collection – Grubby Gala Kaisercraft – Jungle Bug Collection – Beetle Bug, Embellishments:Kaisercraft – Jungle Bug Collection – Rubons Kaisercraft – Jungle Bug Collection – Ribbon Kaisercraft – Pearls (Chocolate).
Don’t forget to share your creations into our July sketch gallery – you can win a $25 collection pack!
Make sure you follow our terms and conditions to make your entry valid:
- Layouts must be created using one of the Kaisercraft sketches listed on blog post for that month. Eg. Promtion starts at start of month and ends at the end of the month.
- Layout must be made out of 70% Kaisercraft product using the sketch as inspiration and loaded into the monthly sketch gallery (July here) as nominated in designated blog posts.
- Each entry (into the gallery) must contain the sketch name/title to be deemed eligible.
- Entries are limited to Australian, New Zealand and United States residents.
At the end of July (31st July AEST) we will be selecting a winner from the June sketch gallery to win a $25 collection pack of their choice (6 patterned papers, die cut elements, alpha stickers and rub-on pack)!
Happy weekend everyone!
Here’s another sketch to keep you occupied! Be sure to enter it into Kaisercraft’s June sketch gallery to be in the draw to win a $25 collection pack!
And here’s a cute layout from Christine:
“Cuddles with Daddy” by Christine Rumley – Peachy Keen paper collection, Die-cut Elements, 6×6 paper pad, alpha stickers, Chipboard Alphabet #3.
Don’t forget to share your creations into our June sketch gallery – you can win a $25 collection pack!
At the end of June (30th June AEST) we will be selecting a winner from the June sketch gallery to win a $25 collection pack of their choice (6 patterned papers, die cut elements, alpha stickers and rub-on pack)!