Tatiana is here with you today and I’d like to share layout with one summer time moment. For my project I used beautiful new collection ‘Anthology’. This collection is just perfect for the nature inspred projects. There are a lot of elements (herbs, leaves, butterflies etc) which can be fussy cut.
So I started from fussy cutting flowers from Botanist paper, herbs from Herbs paper and butterflies from Enthomology paper. Then I layered fussy cut images, collectables and stamped images behind the photo and added sisal. I also created two small embellihment clusters and partially hid them between the layers.
On the final step I adhered rhinestones to the layout and flicked the charcoal mist randomly over the layout.
Kaisercrft products: P2542 Entomology | P2543 Plumology | P2544 Botanist | P2548 Herbs | CT938 Collectables, SS364 Sticker Sheet | Flourish Pack – FL626 Curiosities | Mini Template – IT033 Film Strip | Die & Stamp Set – DD980 Grateful | Ink Pad – IP719 Black & IP723 Vintage | Rhinestones – RS404 Champagne & RS406 Blue Grey | Kaisercard – CD110 Mocha | T321 Acid-Free Craft Glue
Other: Sisal, Charcoal Mist
Hope you enjoyed my project.
Hello friends! Kylie here and this month I am sharing a layout I have created using the divine new Anthology collection.
” An eclectic collage of antique florals and sketched entomological drawings teamed with vintage ephemera and deep warm textures will add a touch of old world charm .”
I couldn’t wait to dive right into these papers, such a lovely range of colours and prints.I really wanted to create a layout,based around my photo that had lots of texture and many layers.
I used both the Lacey Borders and Doillies – Clear Stickers to give a delicate and soft background feature.I liked having them peeping out underneath my focal clusters.
I wanted to have a lot of flowers feature in my layout. I used the large floral cluster from the sticker sheet, down the side of my photo as well as fussy cutting smaller blooms from the Paper Pad. I added these over the top with foam dots giving a multi dimensional effect. I also fussy cut many extra leaves for balance.For contrast in colour I also used the new Honeycomb die as a background to my flowers.
Doing this effectively framed my photo with a nice balance overall. For extra texture and colour I have added some thread as well as some rhinestones.With the leaves I fussy cut, I made sure to curve or fold some of them before adding them underneath my flowers.
I hope you have enjoyed seeing my layout today and it inspires you with your own projects!
Until next time,
Kaisercraft Products: Anthology Collection~P2541 Ephemera, P2542 Entomology, P2544 Botanist, SS364 Sticker Sheet, PP1045 Paper Pad, CT938 Collectables, DD490 Texture Honeycomb Die, ST917 Doilies Clear Sticker, ST918 Lacey Borders Clear Stickers, SB776 Bronze Rhinestones.
Other: Cotton Thread.
It’s Mabel here and I am popping by to share with you a layout I did using the new Kaisercraft collection, Anthology.
I would say Anthology is a collection suitable for masculine projects due to its rich and dark colours. This is a good collection to get if you are intending to craft something masculine.
Nonetheless, if you take a look at my layout, I would not call it masculine but it is definitely not feminine either. This collection gives a good balance between both and i love it!
Kaisercraft Products: Anthology Collection – P2541 Ephermera | P2544 Botanist | P2545 Apothecary | SS364 Sticker Sheet | CT938 Collectables | IT468 6×6″ Designer Template Grunge | T303 Foam Tape | T314 Double Sided Tape
Others: Cardboard | Brown Pigment Powder | Texture Paste | Palette Knife | Black String
That’s all for my posts today.
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Have a great day ahead. Creative day too.
Hello everyone! I hope that you are well. Today I am sharing a project which features one of the latest collections by Kaisercraft this month which is called Anthology. This collection features vintage inspired botanical images, gorgeous ephemera and stunning vintage papers. Today I am sharing a shadow box that I have created using some of the papers, the collectables and one of the specialty papers in the collection.
To create the actual shadow box, I selected an 8″ x 8″ canvas and used the reverse side of it. I selected the specialty paper called SHADOW BOX and measured then cut a section that I needed. Using a selection of the Kaisercolour paints, I painted the outside edges of the canvas to match the papers. Once dry, I glued them into place using soft matte gel.
To adhere the shadow box frame to the canvas, I measured a piece of paper from the collection and adhered this to the canvas and then marked onto the paper where the box lines would be. I attached double sided adhesive to some fun foam then measured and cut it into strips. I adhered these strips onto my lines and gradually built up my frames until they were all even with the top of the canvas before adhering the specialty paper layer.
To decorate inside each of the sections, I used some printed tape. I also used foam dots to add dimension to the collectable pieces.
I added some vintage trinkets from my stash to compliment the collection.
Inking the edges of the papers and the collectables adds to the vintage feel as well as enabling each component to stand out.
The metal corners add a nice finishing touch to the shadow box. These have been discontinued, but you might be able to
still buy them at some craft stores.
Kaisercraft Products: Anthology Collection: P2548 Herbs | P2547 Ornithology |PS528 Shadow Box | CT938 Collectables| Kaisercolour KC002 Antique White, KC032 Raw Umber| T310 Paint Brushes| T302 Foam Dots| T320 Craft Glue
Other: 8” x 8” Canvas | Printed Tape – TM801 Timeless | Metal Corners – TM807 Silver |Soft Matte Gel| Glossy Accents| Vintage Trinkets | Hemp| Craft Foam| Double Sides Adhesive
Have a great week!
Hugs from Cathy
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