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Christmas Winners

September Winners!

October 8, 2018

It’s time to announce our September blog challenge winners! For those that don’t remember, the theme was… Christmas cards!

Thank you to everyone enough for submitting your gorgeous creations. I hope this challenge inspired you to start your Christmas scrapbooking and cardmaking!

Now on to our winners…

Sue Bodger

Embossing, red, Santa and poinsettias


Shannika G

Ornaments, Christmas quote, gold foil and fussy cut

Congratulations to our two lucky winners. Please email with your address and we’ll send your Kaisercraft goodies right away!

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Christmas Kaisercraft Layouts

Merry and Bright Layout Tutorial

October 2, 2018

It’s not what’s under the Christmas tree that matters – it’s whats around it…

“I really wanted to make some elements look like ‘Christmas morning’ while the kids are opening presents
… all that ripped paper!” – Rikki Grazia

PAPERS: First Noel Collection: P2613 Wrapped, P2615 Wonderful,
P2618 Hark , P2617 Noel, P2620 Calm, P2621 Starry 
KC PRODUCTS: CT946 Collectables 

I love how Rikki has fussy cut out all the presents from the paper P2613 WRAPPED and layered them to create this fun layout.

Watch the video below to see how Rikki has created this layout
and don’t forget you can download step by step coloured instructions by clicking on the above layout.



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Christmas Layouts Peace and Joy

Everyone loves a DOUBLE!!

September 27, 2018

Peach and Joy – Double Layout by Jowilna Nolte

Jowilna, “Queen of the double layouts”  has created this amazing layout using the new PEACE and JOY collection,
subtly incorporating the Christmas words and fir branch from the coordinating stamp set.

Don’t you just love all the detail.

Papers: Peace and Joy Collection – P2610 Gladness | P260 Cheer | P2612 Rejoicing
KC Products:CT Collectables | Acrylic Stamp Set | Flourishes
Other:Brown Ink, Glossy Accents, Buttons, Red Microbeads, Old postage stamp

Recreate a layout similar for yourself by following the instructions below, or downloading a copy by clicking on the above layout.



[step 1]
Matt your photos onto dark brown cardstock and adhere them 9.5cm (3 ¾ “) from the bottom edge of your cardstock.
Photos measure 10x14cm (4×5”) and 20x14cm (8×5”).

[step 2]
Cut out loads of poinsettias from the CHEER paper, leaves, berries and gingerbread elements from the GLADNESS paper.
Position the elements starting from the top right corner creating a soft curve to the bottom left-hand corner.
Once you are happy with the placement, start adhering the elements.
Use foam tape to create dimension and overlap elements for interest.

[step 3]
Fill in empty areas with beads, flourishes, buttons, diamante, COLLECTABLES.

[step 4]
Use a dark brown ink with the stamp set leaves and stamp on both the left and right-hand side of the layout and clusters.

[step 5]
Stamp Joy sentiment in the top left-hand corner.
Add elements like the string of lights from the COLLECTABLES pack, bauble, old postage stamp,
and other elements to create a cluster.

[step 6]
Colour FLOURISHES using brown ink and add glossy accents.
Adhere them in place to add finishing touches.

[step 7]
Add gloss accents inside buttons and sprinkle microbeads inside.
Leave to dry for a fun dimensional element.

[step 8]
Add walnut ink splats.

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Card Making Christmas

Peace and Joy Card Tutorial

September 24, 2018

How gorgeous are these cards that Cathy McGrath has created for us using two Dies that you need to have in your collection.
You can never have too many Doilie Dies and as you can see below they are so versatile, in this case being used on Christmas Cards.

Feast your eyes on these gorgeous cards and if they inspire you to make some yourself then you can
download full step by step instructions and photographs by clicking on the main photos below.


Christmas Spirit – using Doilie Die – DD504 | Doilies

PAPERS:Peace and Joy Collection – P2611 Merry, P2608 Frolic

KC PRODUCTS:CT945 Collectables, Card Pack Square – CD501 White, Decorative Die – DD504 Doilies, Cardstock – CD101 Coconut,  

OTHER:White Lace, Sewing Machine.


Joy to the World – using Doily Die DD555 | Round Fancy Frame

PAPERS:Peace and Joy Collection –P2604 Cheer, P2605 Comfort, P2608 Frolic, P2609 Festivity, P2611 Merry

KC PRODUCTS: Card Pack Square – CD501 White, Flourish Pack – FL633 – Festive Foliage, Decorative Die – DD555 Round Fancy Frame,
Cardstock – CD114 Forest, Paper Blooms-  F664 Fire Red, Mini Paper Blooms-  F669 Fire Red, Ink Pads – IP733 Green and IP724 Bark,  

OTHER: EM926 Lace Pack White, DD392 Mini Christmas Foliage, Gold Ribbon, Red Ribbon.

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Christmas Collections Kaisercraft Layouts Peace and Joy

Everybody wants a little Peace and Joy

September 20, 2018

Today we are sharing a few more layouts the Design Team have created in the gorgeous watercolored Christmas Collection – Peace and Joy

To download the instructions for any of the following, just click on one or all of the layouts below.

A Time for All – Jowilna Nolte
Jowilna has featured the Gloss Specialty and used it as her background.  
This page can easily be misted or inked to suit any paper collection.


Holiday Cheer – Cathy McGrath
If you like a little mixed media and the vintage feel, Cathy has done just that with the layout below.


Merry and Bright – Lisa Amiet
Red and white candy stripes always makes me think of Christmas.

She has created a focal point on a busy striped background by painting/sponging white gesso
into a diamond shape and then building up her layout from there.


A Time for all – Rikki Graziani
Rikki has featured the page P2611 | Merry, and as she loves doing, fussy cut the flowers and
foliage and created this gorgeous layered layout.


and last but definately not least.

Christmas Spirit – Donna Espiritu
As well as fussy cutting some of the designs in the papers, Donna has shown how to easily you can create layers by adding in various collectables to her design.  

Don’t forget you can download detailed instructions, some including step by step photography by clicking on the above images.

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