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Layouts with “Provincial” Stamp set & Embossing folder

November 4, 2015

The Kaisercraft Design Team have created some very shabby chic layouts with the new release Provincial Paper Collection and teamed up with the Provincial Clear stamp CS243 & Embossing folder EF229 with Postmarks images, have a look at their creations.

 “Wattle Baby” Layout by Leonie Neal-Dawson


I cut the Porcelain paper into smaller pieces and embossed each piece with the postmark embossing folder, then swiped ink over the raised embossing and created a patchwork effect with cut up papers.  With the Provincial clear stamp set I used a sentiment and also stamped a strip of lace along the edge of the patchwork, embossed paper.


Kaisercraft Product: Provincial Collection – P1975|P1977|SS299 Sticker Sheet|EF229 Embossing Folder|CS243 Clear Stamp|CT843 Collectables|AS253 Alpha Sticker  Other: Ink|Embroidery Thread

“Live Out Loud” by Adriana Bolzon


Using the Provincial collection clear stamp set CS426 for the clock and lace work border.

With the Embossing folder EF229 I embossed the die cut flowers and ink stamped the background.


Kaisercraft materials: Provincial clear stamp set CS243, EF229 embossing folder Postmarks, Sticker sheet SS299, IP823 Vintage ink pad, DD516 Vines die-cut, Paper blooms – F627 Coconut, F649 Sage, Provincial paper P1972 Hedge, Rhinestone Strip Black RS452, Clear sticker sheet ST929, Other : water card stock, watercolour pencils, brush. 

“Love Life Always” Layout By Anita Bownds

Love Life Always Layout By Anita Bownds (1)

I used the embossing folder on my white cardstock to give my layout texture and the stamps behind my photo layers

Love Life Always Layout By Anita Bownds (2)

Kaisercraft Materials: P1973 mail | P1974 Hampton | P1077 Porcelain
P1971 Hydrangea |SS299 Sticker Sheet | CS243 Clear Stamps
CT834 Collectables | T314 Double sided tape | T303 foam tape
IP719 Ink Black | KM102 Kaisermist Antique gold |EF229 embossing folder Postmarks
DD547 Decorative Die Circle vines | CD101 kaisercard weave coconutOther: paper twine

“Love Life”  Layout by Cathy Cafun

P Living LO

I used the embossing folder with pp to create a textured border on the left-hand side of my LO

P Living LO cl1

Kaisercraft Product: Provincial Collection – Paper – P1971 Hydrangea, P1973 Mail, P1977 Porcelain, P1978 Cobblestone, P1979 Willow | CS243 Stamp Set | CT843 Collectables | SS299 12×12 Sticker Sheet | EF229 Embossing Folder – Postmarks | DD500 Decorative Die – Script Words | KM106 Kaisermist – Denim | EM933 Pearl Brads – Soft Blue | EM926 Lace Pack – White | EM403 Tag Pack – Lacy | IP733 Ink Pad – Vine | T331 Sanding Block | T303 Foam Tape | KC001 Kaisercolour Paint – White | Other Product:  archival ink

“Home” Layout by Belinda Spencer

KC Nov - Provincial - Home 1

I embossed a piece of self-adhesive cork using the Postmark Embossing Folder and cut out some of the images to create embossed embellishments. I also applied the lace strip stamp from the stamp set onto some patterned paper from the paper pad using the Bark Ink Pad and then cut out to create some lacy strips under my photo.

KC Nov - Provincial - Home 3

Kaisercraft materials: P1971 Hydrangea | P1978 Cobblestone | PP984 Paper Pad | CS243 Clear Stamps | EF229 Embossing Folder Postmarks | CT843 Collectables | EM928 Lace Pack Natural | CD187 Kaisercard Pebble | KM102 Kaisermist Antique Gold | IP723 Ink Pad Vintage | IP724 Ink Pad Bark | EM405 Paper Doilies White | DD700 Decorative Die Alphabet Uppercase.

Other: gesso | self-adhesive cork.

“Out of all the Mothers in the World, I’m so glad your Mine” Layout by Alicia McNamara


I used the embossing folder on the light blue woodgrain paper from the 6 1/2 inch Paper Pad behind my focal image and title.  I inked the paper with Bark Ink after embossing to highlight the embossed texture.  I also used lots of stamps from the stamp set.  I stamped the clock and postal stamps in black ink behind my focal image and title.  I also stamped the lace in green ink to border the embossed woodgrain paper.  I added the “so very grateful” sentiment in black ink underneath the butterfly.

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Kaisercraft Products Used: PP984 Paper Pad | CS243 Clear Stamps | EF229 Embossing Folder Postmarks | CT843 Collectables | PS434 Ceiling Rose Specialty – Gloss | P1978 Cobblestone | T607 12×12 Template – Flutter | IP24 Ink – Bark | Ip733 Vine Green |IP719 Ink – Black | KM118 Kaisermists – Olive | SB 792 Pearls – Chocolate | FL440 Flourish Pack Hearts | DD504 Decorative Dies Doilies | 

‘Cherish’ Layout by Sonia Thomason

Using Kaisercraft Kraft Cardstock, I first cut out a tag shapes using the DD517 Die. I then rubbed embossing ink on the inside of my Postmarks Embossing Folder EF229 and embossed the tag. I then heat embossed the tag using a white embossing powder for this textured effect:


Kaisercraft products used: P1971 ‘Hydrangea’ | P1973 ‘Mail’ | P1974 ‘Hampton’ | P1977 ‘Porcelain’ | SS299 Sticker Sheet | CT843 Collectables | CS243 Clear Stamps | EF229 Postmarks Embossing Folder | CD102 Licorice Cardstock | CD651 Kraft Cardstock | ST925 Family Clear Stickers | KM101 Charcole Mist | F627 Coconut Paper Blooms | F644 Coconut Mini Blooms | F629 Buttercream Paper Blooms | F646 Buttercream Mini Blooms | EM405 Paper Doily | RS404 Champagne Rhinestones | RS411 Cameo Sparklets | DD517 Tag Shapes Die

“Treasured Memory” Layout by Alison Bevis

provincial EF and stamp

I’ve used the Embossing Folder as a stamp in a couple of  ink colours and also on white cardstock to create a few tags pieces with swiped ink across the embossing.

Kaisercraft products –  CS243 Clear Stamp | EF229 Postmarks Embossing Folder | P1972 Hedge | P1971 Hydrangea | P1977 Porcelain | SS299 Sticker Sheet | CD101 Coconut | FL302 Birdcgaes | FL551 Ornate Plates | FL483 Treasured Memory | F633 Paper Blooms ‘Olive’ | KM104 LIme Green |

Other – Gesso and Ink

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  • Reply Deb November 4, 2015 at 11:54 am

    OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fantastic layouts all of them, just adore the embossed background on the “Wattle Baby” layout by Leonie. Love this to bits, can’t wait to try this. Well done Leonie.

    • Reply Facebook User November 4, 2015 at 8:19 pm

      Thanks so much for you comment Deb. Have fun with it :)

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