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Butterfly Sampler Box with Mixed Media Effects by Jowilna Nolte

June 26, 2018

Hello everyone, Jowilna on the blog today with another Technique Tuesday showing you how I created this fun anthology butterfly sampler box.
This range is perfect for creating memory boxes, but I wanted to make something very specific – the kind of thing you will find in the office of a professor.

step 1 – Trim patterned paper to fit inside the wooden tray. I added a piece to the bottom to fit into the length.
Add stenciling detail to the bottom edge using texture paste and leave to dry. Add sewing around the edge.

step 2 – Cut a piece of polystyrene to fit into the bottom of the wooden tray and secure using double sided tape.

Step 3 – Use Kaisercraft mists in olive and coffee and mist the entire piece of paper.
Mix the two colours to create a leather look effect on the paper. Leave to dry or dry with a heat gun.

Step 4 – Add double sided tape to the back of the paper piece and then adhere it to the polystyrene inside the tray.

Step 5 – Cut out butterflies from patterned paper as well as foliage. Ink the edges to hide any cutting lines.

Step 6 – Adhere sticker sentiment to filmstrip sticker and trim to size. Use your scissors to distress the edges.

Step 7 – Adhere the butterflies as well as the foliage and sentiment. Layer two butterflies on top of each other using foam tape.

Step 8 – Use decorative pins to add some interest to the butterflies. Cut them shorter and then pin them through the butterflies.
Print fig. sentiments and adhere below each butterfly.

I love how the mists just add so much shimmer and warmth to the patterned paper and project.
So easy to create a butterfly sampler box perfect for the aspiring lepidopterist {a person who studies or collects moths and butterflies}

Until next time – why not try and make your own sampler box using this easy to re-create leather look using texture and inks. Then add some of your favourite images and sentiments
to create a fun home decor project for your office or studio.
Live Creatively – Love Jowilna

Kaisercraft Products: Anthology Collection – P2547 Ornithology | P2542 Entomology | P 2548 Herbs | SS364 Anthology Sticker Sheet | T468 Grunge Template
Other: Wooden tray, Polystyrene, Decorative Pins, Sewing Machine, Texture Paste, KaiserMists

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Jowilna Nolte Pocket Pages Pocket Scrapping Stargazer

Stargazer Pocket Page with Jowilna Nolte

May 28, 2018

Happy Monday everyone! Today I am sharing a quick Pocket Page I created using the wonderfully versatile Stargazer Collection.
With all the beautiful elements and quotes this range can be used for anything from weddings to super heroes.

I mainly used my paper pad and Collectables pack to create the cards for the pockets.

With the paper pad and little elements it is so easy to create a stunning end result.
I chose red as my accent colour and manged to pull it through the entire page in various ways.


Red washi tape strip; button, red alpha sticker and red paint splats.

For this card I used the stencil in white texture paste on white cardstock. Once the paste was dry I sprayed the entire card with Denim and Charcoal
Kaisercraft Mists. A simple star element with a lick of red paint finished off this magical look.
And a few white splats completes a quick and easy galaxy perfect for your super hero.

To dress up my card from the Galaxy sheet I simply stamped and image onto the left side of the card and added some red paint splats.
Adding a nice detail but not losing the beauty of the original card.

I that’s how easy it is to dress up some cards, make your own and use your stash to create a pocket page.
Have a wonderful week filled with lots of special stargazing moments.
Until next time, Jowilna. x

Kaisercraft Products: Stargazer Collection: P2532 Constellation | P2538 Stargazer Galazy | PP1044 Paper Pad | CT937 Collectables | AS258 Red Alpha Sticker Sheet |
KM106 Denim | KM101 Charcoal| IT467 Starburst Template | CS327 Stargazer Clear Stamp | PT232 Red Glitter Tape
Other: Page Pocket, Texture Paste, Watercolor paint, black ink

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Design Team Do not use this category Fleur Jowilna Nolte Layouts

Creating a Sticker mat behind a photo by Jowilna Nolte.

April 19, 2018

Welcome to today’s post. I love the sticker sheets with each range, but I don’t use them nearly enough. This month I am on a mission to try and use my stickers in creative ways
on my layouts and cards. And in fact I have managed to use almost every single sticker from my sheets -mission accomplished.

For this layout I stencilled a portion behind my photo using the Kaisercraft brick stencil in orange and pink ink.
On top of the stenciling I added stickers from the Fleur Collection that just peak out behind my photo creating an interesting effect.
The stickers look like a creative matting behind the photo with lots of interest.

A few flowers and a title cut from the patterned paper sheet is used around the photo – because who doesn’t love these gorgeous flowers.

A favorite sticker for me are these washi tape strips. They are so versatile.

What have you done lately with this beautiful range lately? And more importantly your stickers?
Share how you are inspired by the sticker sheets this month with your unique creations – we would love to see your work.

Kaisercraft Products: SS361 Sticker Sheet, P2515 Dreamer, T606 Bricks Template
Other: White cardstock, walnut ink, Orange and pink oxide ink, Diamante

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Card Making Jowilna Nolte Layouts Stamps

Flowers, Butterflies and Sentiments… Inspiration for Using Clear Stamps in a Project

April 4, 2018

The Clear Stamps in the two beautiful Collections for April – “Pen and Ink” and “Fleur” deserve a special mention this month.  If you love flowers and butterflies, then you will enjoy the projects the Design Team have made for you today.  The Team were asked to create projects featuring either of the Clear Stamp Sets and the April Collections.

Pen and Ink Clear Stamps

Fleur Clear Stamps

Let’s take a look at the inspiration…

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“Thank You” Watercolour cards by Kylie Kingham.

Kaisercraft Products: CS324 Clear Stamps | IP719 Black Ink Pad | EF270 Ornate Embossing Folder 

Other: Watercolours, Watercolour Paper, Black Pen.

Thank You Card ~ by Renee Aslette

Kaisercraft Products: CS324 Clear Stamps | PP1041 Pen and Ink Paper Pad | CT934 Pen and Ink Collectables| IP719 Black Ink Pad | IP732 Orchid Ink Pad | CD511 Card Pack C6 – White | CS214 Acrylic Stamping Block | T302 Mounting Foam Dots | T321 Acid-Free Craft Glue

 You are lovely layout by Jowilna Nolte

I Love using clear stamps on my layouts, and for today’s layout, I used the beautiful butterfly stamp in three different ways.
I stamped it onto white cardstock and added colour to it musing watercolour paint, then stamped it onto acetate and layered it over the coloured butterfly using a brad
to attach it. And lastly, I stamped the same butterfly onto shrink plastic and created an embellishment for my layout.
1 Stamp and 3 different ways – so much fun to see how you can get the most out of your products.

The base butterfly was coloured using shades of pink to match the paper.
The delicate acetate butterfly layered on top only needs a brad to attach it to the center, and don’t forget to fold the wings up for some dimension.

The shrink plastic butterfly was layered on top of my flower cluster for added dimension.

It is so easy to create beautiful elements for projects using your stamps. And this butterfly is going to be one of my all-time favourites.


Kaisercraft Products: Fleur Collection P2514 Hello | PS524 You are Loved | P2518 Loveable | CT935 Collectables | CS324 Clear Stamps | SS361 Sticker Sheet
Other: Acetate, StazOn ink, Brads, Diamante, White cardstock, Sewing Machine

Stamped Fleur Card Set by Alicia McNamara

Kaisercraft Fleur Cards featuring Clear Stamps by Alicia McNamara

Kaisercraft Fleur Stamped Cards by Alicia McNamara

Kaisercraft Fleur Stamped Cards by Alicia McNamara

Kaisercraft Fleur Stamped Cards by Alicia McNamara

Kaisercraft Products: PP1042 Fleur Paper Pad |  CT935 Collectables | LDB1056 Foam Tape | RS404 Rhinestones – Champagne | CD503 Square Card Pack – Black | CD603 Premium Card Stock – Black | P2522 Heartfelt | CS325 Clear Stamps | 

 

Just For You Card ~ by Donna Espiritu

Kaisercraft Products: PP1042 Fleur Paper Pad |  CT935 Collectables | CD510 Card Pack C6– Black | CS325 Clear Stamps | T303 Foam Tape | T321 Acid-Free Craft Glue

Other: Clear Embossing Ink Pad, Gold Embossing Powder, Heat Tool 

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If you had to choose just one Stamp Set which one would it be?  Would you use your stamps on Cards, a Layout, or another project?  Do you enjoy stamping?  Let us know in the comments.  Please share your Kaisercraft Creations with us by tagging #kaisergallery on Social Media or by popping your creations into Kaisercraft Corner, our own private Facebook Group.  We love to see your work : )

Happy Crafting!

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Fairy Garden Jowilna Nolte Layouts Misty Mountains Tutorial Tuesday Tutorials

Tuesday Tutorial by Jowilna Nolte

March 27, 2018

I love creating layouts using more than 1 range of papers. Finding ways of incorporating different papers and elements together is so much fun.
Today I am showing you how I used the 2 ranges from this month together to create a double page layout. And I simply love it!

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In my opinion it adds lots of interest. It can also help you use up all your stash that may be stumping your creativity a bit.
Use what you have and find ways to make it work together beautifully.

Adding Interest to your flowers

For my flower centers I used a custom mixture of different coloured micro-beads and glitter. I wanted to add some dimension to the flowers
and this was the perfect way to do it without too much bulk. The different colours also helped to pull together all the different colours in my layout.

step 1 – Cut out all the flowers for your layout using your Precision scissors from the Moonstone paper sheet.

step 2 – Add a small amount of dimensional glaze where you want to add the beads.

step 3 – Lightly sprinkle the micro-bead mixture over the glaze and leave to dry. Decant the excess beads back into the container.

Adding colour to the background

To pull everything together on my background I used different inks in green and purple, representing the two different ranges of papers.

step 1 – Add a few drops of ink onto a small plastic packet. Lightly mist the ink with water.

step 2 – Stamp the ink onto the patterned paper sheets you are using on your background.


step 3 – Leave the ink to dry completely and then cut your different papers into strips to use on your background.

The inked paper strips form my background and the inked pieces adds interest and ties everything together beautifully.

Cluster the flowers in the top left and right hand corners to frame your photos and paper strips in the middle.

A few dark purple elements like the stamped triangle and buttons pick up on the dark purple pieces throughout the layout.

Products used
Kaisercraft Products: Misty Mountain Collection: P2497 Marbled | P2500 Light Leaks | CS323 Clear Stamps |  PP1040 Paper Pad |
Fairy Garden Collection: P2495 Moonstone | T316 Precision scissors | T317 Craft scissors
Other: dimensional glaze | inks | sewing machine | micro-beads

I hope this inspires you to try using different collections together for something new. I love creating with different collections – using what I love from each one.
Until next time, Love Jowilna!

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