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Wooden Flourish Week – Layouts

March 22, 2011

This week we’re sharing some projects featuring Kaisercraft’s range of Wooden Flourishes.

Not sure what these are?

Kaisercraft pioneered these fantastic wooden embellishments. They’re made of super thin plywood that you can use on your scapbook pages, off the page projects, cards and more! Leave them like they are or mist them, paint them, ink them and more!

Here’s just a few of our most popular designs:

FL342 Funky Butterflies

FL302 Birdcages

FL335 Mannequins

Today we’re looking at some layouts using some of our wooden flourishes:

Lady Grace, “Gwen” layout:

Using wooden flourishes on layouts and other projects are starting to become a trend at the scrapbook industry. Who can resist these gorgeous embellishments? You can use it raw or add other mediums like paint or sand.

For some part of my wooden flourishes, I have added a dab of crackle paint to add texture to it. I even distressed the edges to enhance the its intricate details.

“Gwen” layout by LG Belarmino – WOODEN FLOURISHES Dress Form (FL321) and Wings (FL346); English Rose collection: Muriel- Die Cut with gloss (PS129), Thelma (P597), Florence (Florence), Frieda (P600), Paper pad (PP835), Die Cuts (DC331), Printed Chipboard (CB119), and Rub-ons (RB888); Paper Blooms Fair Floss (F640), Crochet Doilies Nursery (EM953), Antique white acrylic paint (KC002), and Chipboard Letters (CB107).  Others: Crackle Paint and corrugated board

“Proud” layout by trudi Harrison:

Materials Used: Lush Collection Cherry Blossom P532, Bamboo P536, Maple P537; Rubons – Motivation RB906; Paper Blooms – Terracotta F635; Wood Flourishes – Flourish Vine FL328, Magical Butterflies FL341 & Butterfly FL339

“Natures Beauty” layout by Karen Shady:

I love to use wooden flourishes, I have used a few different techniques to alter them on this layout. I have given the fence and gates a rusty metal look using inks, crackle paint and metalic rub ons. Ive used white crackle paint on the lamp post, and used the same rusty metal technique for the top rail.

Wood flourishes – lamp post (FL326), iron gate (FL337), iron fence (FL329), english rose collection, patterned papers, Muriel (PS129), Florance (P596), Lillian (P599), paper blooms – dusty pink (F641), Kaisercraft paper flowers-cream, pearls-champagne, clear stamp – life sentiments (CS763) Other: Tim Holtz crackle paint, Tim Holtz distress ink, chalk, metalic rub ons, websters pages birds, prima alphabet stickers, McGill punch, martha stewart border punch.

“Lang kjol” layout by Monika Martinson:

Product used: PP836 Paper Pad, Tiny Alpha stickers MA510, Alpha stickers A218, Pearl flourishes PL511 Classic – Pearl, Wood flourishes Lilac Leaves FL336, JT613 Mini Journal Tags, DC333 Die Cut Elements, Paper blooms F633 Olive and F629 Buttercream

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  • Reply Tracy March 22, 2011 at 8:49 am

    This is inspiring me to use wood flourishes, I’m usually too afraid to know where to start but I may have to scraplift some ideas. Thanks!

  • Reply Ramona March 22, 2011 at 9:39 am

    Wooden flourishes are the best. Love the way they frame images. But can I ask what glue everyone uses to attach them to the paper? I worry about the weight.

  • Reply Karen Shady March 22, 2011 at 11:19 am

    Thanks :) Ramona: I use helmars 450 glue, its really strong, and dries fast.

  • Reply jan metcalf March 22, 2011 at 12:25 pm

    Sweet layouts!!

  • Reply Sharon Gullikson March 22, 2011 at 2:08 pm

    WOW, those are darned cute!!!!

  • Reply Nannie of 3 March 22, 2011 at 2:25 pm

    Beautiful layouts. Love all the details and elements….just wish we had a store in our area that carried everything Kaiser.

  • Reply Sharon Reed March 22, 2011 at 6:04 pm

    Awesome layouts, what beautiful work.

  • Reply Tracie March 22, 2011 at 6:42 pm

    They are all fabulously glorious! I love, love, love wood embellishments!

  • Reply Monika March 22, 2011 at 7:44 pm

    Thanks ladies!
    Ramona, I use a hot glue gun (is that the name in english?)

  • Reply Alanna March 22, 2011 at 8:29 pm

    Love wooden flourishes! Can’t wait to see the rest of the week. I really love Monika’s LO – it’s brilliant. As are all the others of course! :)

  • Reply Karen Shady March 23, 2011 at 6:01 am

    perfect english Monika :)

  • Reply Monika March 23, 2011 at 6:20 am

    Thanks Karen ;)

    And Alanna, you just made my day!

  • Reply Lou March 23, 2011 at 1:08 pm

    Absolutely gorgeous LO’s ! Simply stunning!!
    Lou xx

  • Reply Leanne March 24, 2011 at 10:48 pm

    Amazing! They are all so inspirational!

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