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You is KIND – cards and competition!!!

March 5, 2015


I can’t go past these words from the movie “The Help” – YOU IS KIND, YOU IS SMART, YOU IS IMPORTANT.

Sometimes all we need to brighten up our day is a little positive affirmation and what better way to pay it forward is to send someone a card and remind them how much they mean to you…

This month we have made it easy for you with the All That Glitters Collection and some of the beautiful papers and quotes in this make card making really easy.

Below is a couple I have made using two of our new dies released this month which you could win (details further down).
Beautiful_AllThatGlitters_MK rgbPRODUCT LIST:
PP964 All That Glitters Paper Pad
CT822 All That Glitters Collectables
CD102 Kaisercard – Licorice
DD707 Kaiser Dies – Layered Flowers
DD710 Kaiser Dies – Rolled Flowers
DD516 Kaiser Dies – Vines
F656 Mini Paper Blooms – Fushia
SB789 Chino Pearls

  • Cut a piece of black cardstock 21.5cm x 15.5cm and fold in half to create a card with the opening at the bottom.
  • Cut a piece of the diamond gloss paper from the paper pad and gently mist or ink with pink over the design. Gently rub off (1)As you can see the gloss design acts as a resist and the design will be highlighted.Most of our paper pads will have a glossed page in them so its a great way to chance the colour to match what you are creating.
  • Run a small strip of pink spots across the bottom along with the black scallop border (from the back of the paper pad)
  • Cut out 4 of each size of the round petal flowers using the LAYERED FLOWERS die. Scrunch these up and then layer. Glue together and cluster different size pearls in the centre.
    Cards3 Cards2
  • Cut a second flower using the ROLLED FLOWER die. Starting with the outside roll towards the centre and glue the end at the bottom of the flower.
    Cards4Cards1  Cards5
  • Die cut leaves using the black lace paper from paper pad
    using the VINES die and tuck these behind the cluster of flowers in the lower right corner of the card.
  • Adhere the word BEAUTIFUL from the collectables pack.
  • Adhere a few FUSHIA paper blooms to complete this card.

And the second card to add a little sparkle to someones day is,

PP964 All That Glitters Paper Pad
CT822 All That Glitters Collectables
CD101 Kaisercard – Coconut
SB789 Chino Pearls
DD312 Kaiser Dies – Leave
DD710 Kaiser Dies – Rolled Flowers

  • Cut a piece of white cardstock 27cm x 13.5cm and fold in half to create a square card with the opening at the bottom.
  • Cut a square from the dotty gold foil paper and adhere to the centre of the card.
  • Create three rolled flowers, two with scalloped petals and cluster together in the lower right corner of the card.
    TIP: With the scallop rolled flower, lightly mist the paper to soften and slightly turn over each petal before rolling towards the centre.
  • Cut out leaves using the LEAVES die and adhere to each side of the flower cluster.
  • Complete card by adhering quote and butterflies from the collectables pack.

Anyways I hope you enjoy using this collection as much as I have.

Below are the two dies that I am giving away.  All you have to do is link an image of a card you have made using the All That Glitters collection and at the end of the month we will randomly draw a winner and these will be yours!!!

photo 1 photo 2

Thanks for stopping by and look forward to sharing with you another day

Click the blue link below to place your All That Glitters entry!

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  • Reply Amanda Baldwin March 5, 2015 at 9:52 am

    Such pretty pretty PRETTY cards ?

  • Reply Lizzy crust March 5, 2015 at 11:40 am

    Wow such pretty cards, and well done kaiser on the fabulous new dies and the mists!

  • Reply Kylie March 5, 2015 at 2:32 pm

    WOW, jaw dropping gorgeous cards!!! This is such a pretty collection!

  • Reply Tracey K March 11, 2015 at 5:22 pm

    Stunning cards……love this new collection!

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