Hello everyone!! Kavitha with you here today with a new inspiration using beautiful “Fairy garden” collection.This collection is definitely one of my most favorite ever,fairies and gardens are always my favorite subject plus the pastel shades and gorgeous florals makes it even more beautiful.
I decided to make a layout using the gorgeous die cut specialty paper,now it makes everything even more magical,doesn’t it?
I fussy cut lots of flowers,birds and other images from the paper collection.I wanted them to be in varied dimension,so i cut few papers from the collection into 3 by 4 and 4 by 5 inches size,glue them together with chipboard in between each layers.While i stick them,i just put the glue in the center so that i can easily tuck in the flowers and other embellishments between the layers.
I have also used foam dots to the top layer of flowers,fairies and butterflies for more dimension
The fairies and butterflies are cut from 12*12 specialty paper with glitters,isn’t it so gorgeous?
Kaisercraft products : Fairy garden collection 12*12 – P2487 Fairy dance | P2489 Magical | P2491 Fluttering | P2492 Fairy land |P2494 Pixie dust | P2495 Moonstone | PS518 12*12 die cut paper | PS519 Glitter flutterby | CT932 Collectables | SS358 Sticker sheet | FL620 Flourish pack | F639 Paper blooms- Fushia | RS402 Island lagoon | SB701 Soft pink
I hope you liked my project for today,would love to hear what you think :)
Thank you for stopping by.
Hi Everyone, Beck Beattie with a Scrapbook page share today as part of my Tuesday Tutorial. The Misty Mountains collection is really so divine to creat with. The tones really seem to suit black and white photos which I love to create with. I think it might be the ‘cool’ tone of the colours that really seem to work.
Kaisercraft Products: Misty Mountains Collection: P24502 Agate|P24503 Sunset|P24504 Divine| FL621 Be You Flourish Pack | IP732 Orchid |T301 Glue Stick
I’ve created my tutorial in the form of a video for you today. Please have the sound turned on on your computer to be taken through the tutorial.
Here are some more pictures of my page for you to enjoy.
I hope you enjoyed my tutorial today and even consider having a go at creating your own version of my page.
Hello everyone. Donna here sharing a scrapbooking layout using the Beach Shack collection
I also used the Wooden Flourishes and Decorative Dies that coordinates with the collection.
Flourish Pack Beach 35pcs
Decorative Die – Porthole
I don’t have much beach photos or I should rather say, no beach photos at all. But I remembered my dear friend took this photo of me and my family two years ago when we went to Al Wajh, Saudi Arabia. One of the oldest coastal city in north-western Saudi Arabia, situated on the coast of the Red Sea.
I printed two photos and placed it side by side like so. I mounted these with foam tapes for a bit of dimension.
I used one of the specialty papers in the Beach Shack collection as background. Then I brushed a combination of blue, teal, brown and black watercolors. Then magic happens as beautiful patterns in the paper are revealed.
I layered lots of die cuts or collectables underneath and around the two photos. The embellishment is a mixture of paper and wooden flourishes. I also used one paper from the 6 1/2 paper pad that has a wonderful shimmer to it. It’s difficult to capture but the shimmer is beautiful.
I added a thin, brown hemp afterward. I thought the layout needed something to contrast the blueish tone of the page. I placed the brown hemp underneath the photos and the embellishments.
This is quite a simple layout to make and I’m sure you can recreate this as well.
Kaisercraft Products: Beach Shack Collection: P2475 Pier | PS516 Mosaic |CT930 Collectables| Wooden Flourish Pack – FL618 – Beach| SS256 Sticker Sheet | Decorative Die – DD808 – Porthole | T321 Craft Glue| T302 Mounting Foam
Other: Hemp| Doily| Thread | Watercolors
I would love to read your thoughts on my scrapbooking project today and your wonderful comments always warm my crafty heart! Thank you for dropping by!
Hello everyone! I hope that you are well. Today I am sharing a layout that I have created using papers and embellishments from the Beach Shack Collection. There are so many components to this collection and it makes creating layouts and projects so much fun!
I limited my colour pallet for my embellishments to three tomes which helped me to achieve a cohesive look. I drew my inspiration from my photo and my background paper.
I used the rope corner decorative die and die cut it using a scrap piece of chipboard. I altered it by first coating it with a layer of gesso. Once dry, I used ink daubers and the Kaisercraft ink pads to create my embellishment. I used saffron, vintage and bark.
To create my textured background, I first applied a coat of clear gesso to my background paper. Once dry I then applied some distress spray to areas around my elements. I also used some water and a paint paintbrush to spread the colour around. I stamped my texture stamps in random spots on this blue section and then I used the ripple stencil.
Below my photo I have some more decorative embellishments. I altered some of the wooden flourishes that we released with this collection. I applied a coat of gesso to each and then used a sponge dauber and the Kaisercraft ink pads to apply colout to each element. I also inked the edges of each with the bark ink pad to add extra definition. I sprayed a piece of cheese cloth with a distress spray and added this to my cluster to add some texture.
Kaisercraft Products: Beach Shack Collection: P2475 Pier| P2472 Foam| P2473 Thatched|CT930 Collectables| Wooden Flourish Pack – FL618 – Beach| 6 x 6 Designer Template – IT460 – Ripples| Texture Stamps CS876 – Crackle and CS752 Script| Cardstock – CD114 Forest| Decorative Die – DD471 – Rope Corner|F628 Honey | F645 Honey| Ink Pads – IP724 Bark, IP721 Gum Leaf, IP733 Green, IP723 Vintage and IP728 Saffron| T321 Craft Glue| T302 Mounting Foam
Other: Distress Spray | Distress Ink | Clear Gesso | Gesso | Modelling Paste| Hemp| Burlap| Archival Black Ink | Cheese Cloth
Have a great week!
Hugs from Cathy
It’s Renee here, to share with you a layout I created using the new Miss Betty Collection.
I have also used the Miss Betty Clear Stamps. OMG!! I am in love with these stitching stamps.
CS321 Miss Betty – Clear Stamp
This is how the layout turned out.
I knew instantly that I wanted to use P2483 Needlework (Reverse) as my background paper.
It had pieces of torn paper featured on a cream background.
I also knew that I wanted to get stamping using the Miss Betty Collection Clear Stamp Set CS321.
This is the background I created with some of the patterned paper and the stamps. I used the Ink Pads – Black and Petal Pink.
Here are some close-ups:
As you can see I used the Square Stitching stamp from the Miss Betty Clear Stamps and I only inked the areas that would surround the patterned paper.
There are loads of layers on this layout. I have also used stickers from the Sticker Sheet, Collectables and Wooden Flourishes all from this amazing collection.
To balance the right hand corner of the layout, I added some layers and stamping.
Here you can see the corner stitching from the Clear Stamps has been used. I followed through with the same thing in the bottom left hand corner.
I used the ticket from the Sticker Sheet for the title of my layout “These Are The Days”.
Kaisercraft Products: Miss Betty Collection: P2483 Needlework (Reverse) | P2482 Sewn (Reverse) | P2485 Quilted (Reverse) | P2481 Tapestry | SS357 Sticker Sheet | CT931 Collectables | CS321 Clear Stamps | FL623 Wooden Flourish Pack – Treasures | IP719 Ink Pad – Black | IP725 Ink Pad – Petal Pink | CS214 Acrylic Stamping Block
Thanks so much for stopping by. xx