Hello Kaisercraft fans!
Terhi Koskinen here sharing my latest creation with brand new ‘Frosted’ collection, and showing you the coolest title ever.
Coolest and the most interesting title (at least in my opinion) can be made with a simple recipe: Paper, stencil, needle and thread. If you want to try out doing the same as I did, here’s a simple step-by-step tutorial for you:
- First draw the title through a stencil to the backside of the paper. Remember to keep your letter mirrored.
- Then by using a thin needle, make little holes to the edges of the letters.
- Last, add thread all way over, and cut the title out.
Making this was easy and I love the dimentional look of the finished letters!
As much as I love trying out new techniques like this easy hand sticthed title, I love capturing special moments. Actually, memorykeeping is what keeps me scrapbooking years after years. Our albums are much more than just happy birthdays and smiling with Santa Claus – in addition to first mentioned, I want our albums to look like our life. There are happy moments, there is everyday life, there is running to gorcery store to getting milk, and there is falling with ice skates when learning how to go forward. There is our life, in good and in bad.
This photograph was taken couple years ago, and I wish I could add the sound of laugh to it! Learning skating can be tricky, but also so much fun, especially when the younger one had heard about cool falling tips. She wanted to make sure she can really fall with good technique before skating quickly.
‘Frosted’ collection was the best choice for this winter layout, and I just love how the dark brown, whites, and different shades of blues are working together perfectly.
I hope you feel inspired!
Thank you for stopping by today!
Kaisercraft products used: CD Cardstock White | PP1005 Paper Pad | CT864 Collectables | KM111 Kaiser Mist White | KM112 Kaiser Mist Winter Grey | KM106 Kaiser Mist Denim | SB783 Pearls Teal | EM926 Lace Pack White | IT908 Lowercase Alpha Template | IT914 Grunge Template | T321 Craft Glue | T302 Foam Dots