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Beyond the Page Card Making

Porcelain Rose

May 29, 2013

Your last instalment of Porcelain Rose today <3

” Love Card ” By Lori Williams

 Kaisercraft Products Used: P1159 Relic, PP902 Paper Pad, CS102 Porcelain Rose Stamp, CT756 Collectables, F641 Dusty Pink Flowers, F669 Mini Paper Blooms, SS184 Sticker Sheet.

Lori says: “This collection is so delicate, yet bold in the same time. It is just lovely and it was such a pleasure to work with. I’m sure you will all have the same experience and just adore this range. “

” Friends and Family Mini Album” by Lori Williams

Kaisercraft Products Used: P1156 Beloved, P1157 Wall Flower, PP902 Paper Pad, RB991 Rub-Ons, SB704 Dark Blue Rhinestones, P1163 Dearest, P1164 Precious, Mini Album Ticket SB208, Album Rings: White M021.

‘Sympathy Card’ by Hilde Janbroers-Stolk

Kaisercraft Materials Used: Porcelain Rose Paper Pad (PP902), Porcelain Rose Collectables (CT756), Porcelain Rose Sticker Sheet (SS184)

‘Amy layout’ by Hilde Janbroers-Stolk

Kaisercraft Materials Used: Porcelain Rose Papers Relic (P1159), Artifact (P1160), Precious (P1164). Dearest (P1163), Collectables (CT756), Paper Pad (PP962), Wooden Flourishes Owls (FL517)

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Beyond the Page

Projects with These Days Collection

February 3, 2012

Hello everyone! Michelle, Svetlana and Hilde are back to share with you some pretty little things we created with the very romantic These Days Collection. Enjoy!

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Set of Envelopes and Tags by Michelle Frisby

Materials list : P800 reunion, PP863 paper pad, PL505 pearl strip – latte, F645 mini paper blooms – honey, F649 mini paper blooms – sage, RB891 rub ons – friends, EM972 blossoms – bluebell resin flowers, CT708 collectables

Extras: coin envelopes, feathers, muslin, baubles, punches, leaves, ink

Michelle says:

“I have a box of coin envelopes just sitting there for a very long time and wanted to use them as well as make something with tags. So I’ve combined the two. I’ve used some of the fabulous friends rub ons from Kaisercraft, decorated the tags and the envelopes with ‘These Days’ collection from Kaisercraft.

I have made this beyond the page with the idea of sending individual wee envelopes to a friend, so that she can celebrate her birthday, not just on one day, but for the whole month with the idea being, she gets to open one wee treasure every few days throughout her birthday month … just randomly. She is not going to expect it, it’s just going to arrive, and it will be a little something to brighten her day.

I have punched the left hand side of each envelope and bound them together with twine so it’s all held together like an album, quite bulky, but I think more than a little bit on the cute side.

Happy creating.”

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Mannequin by Svetlana Austin

Materials used:  Dress Form/SB2122;  These Days Collection – Paper Pad/PP863; Clear Stamps – These Days/CS816, Bonjour/CS794, Botanical/CS795, Postmarks/CS802; Rhinestone Flourishes – Champagne/RS463; Rhinestone Strip – Pink/RS453, Lime/RS455; Resin Blossoms – Dahlia/EM969; Flourish Pack – Wings/FL346; Foam Tape/T303.

Other: silver crackle paint, glimmer mist, distress ink, lace, glass leaves, ink.

Svetlana says:

“This pretty little thing is just an ornament that one can sit on a dressing table or maybe on a shelf in a scrapbooking room. The size of this dress form doesn’t allow for a lot of embellishments but nevertheless I played a little with some layers of distressing ink, glimmer mist and different stamp designs. I cut out flowers from one of the papers in the paper pad and layered it on top of each other, setting the top flowers on some foam tape.”

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 ‘Journal’ by Hilde Janbroers

Kaisercraft Materials Used; These Days Paper (P797), Paper Pad (PP863), Rub ons (RB957), Collectables (CT708), Paper Blooms Ruby (F636), Wooden Flourishes Scrolls (FL402), Tiny Alpha Stickers Cream (MA510), Corrugated Card Tags Hunt & Gather (EM963), Blossoms Resin Flower Orchid (EM968), Mini Paper Blooms Aubergine (F654), Iceberg (F647), Rhinestones Split Pea (RS407).

Other Materials Used: Prima Marketing flower

Hilde Says:

” I love to turn notebooks into journals. When I finish it, I showcase it on a shelf in my room for a time. I love the romantic touch with this collection. I think I will use it as a diary or something. “

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Beyond the Page

On The Move BTP

December 2, 2011

Let’s get back “On the Move” with some fabulous inspiration from Hilde, Lori and Vicki and their beyond the page projects.

“Jadeyn’s Toybox” by Vicki Morris

Vicki says:
“My son, like any boy his age, just loves to play with his matchbox cars and planes.  I know this for a fact as it is these I usually find myself tripping on or standing on, when I go into his room!”

“With this in mind I have used Kaisercraft’s writing desk to create a storage container for his beloved toys using the very funky ‘On the Move’ range.  The writing desk is the perfect size and has such a great storage space inside”.

Materials List:
Kaisercraft – Writing Desk, Kaisercraft – On the Move – Take Off, Kaisercraft – On the Move – Cylinders, Kaisercraft – On the Move – Diesel, Kaisercraft – On the Move – Propel, Kaisercraft – On the Move – Sticker Sheet, Kaisercraft – On the Move – Collectables, Kaisercraft – Rhinestone Strips (Altered with a Metallic Silver Pen), Metallic Silver Paint.

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“On the Move Trinket Box” By Lori Williams Leng

Lori Says:
“Having two little boys, this collection of course is right up their alley.  My youngest son is always picking up little things: rocks, paper clips, stickers..you name it, so I thought I would make this little trinket box for him to store his finds in.”

Here is the interior of the box with three drawers ready for goodies that is made with just cardstock.”

“The Back…”

Kaisercraft Products Used: CT704 Collectables, PP859 Paper Pad, P774 Take Off, Excess Wire from Mini Blooms

Other Products Used: Cardstock

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‘ 1st Birthday’ Mini Album by Hilde Janbroers

Products Used:
Kaisercraft On The Move Papers Take Off (P774), Accelerate (P772), Diesel (P777), Collectables ( CT704), Paper Pad (PP859), Sticker Sheet (SS122), Album Rings White (M021), Rhinestones Island Lagoon (RS402), Cupcake Album (SB2038), Paper Blooms Sea Breeze (F631).

Other Products: American Crafts Thickers, May Arts Ribbon.

Hilde Says:
” I’m a bit early with this album since Thomas is only 8 months at the moment. But after seeing the papers I knew this would be perfect for a ‘ 1st birthday’ album. I’ve only decorated the cover at this point. I love to use 3 dimensional foam to lift the die cuts. It gives it so much more depth.”

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Sweet Nothings BTP

December 2, 2011

W A R N I N G:  S W E E T N E S S   O V E R L O A D !

Welcome to a whole lot of sweetness brought to you by the fabulous Hilde, Lori and Vicki.  This post shares some beyond the page projects created with what we think is the most sweetest collection in the whole world – “Sweet Nothings”.

 

“50” Bird Cage by Vicki Morris

Vicki says:
“When I first saw this range I was taken by the soft tones and florals.  Digging deeper into the range I found the soft blues and metallic gold tones which I have used for this project.  I have painted the bird cage and embossed it with gold”.

“I have taken the “Sweet Nothings” paper pad and made some floral embellishments and have teamed these with pearl flourishes, paper blooms and resin flowers”.

“The finished product – a little birdcage for my parents 50th wedding anniversary which is coming up very soon!”

Materials List:
Kaisercraft – Oriental Birdcage, Kaisercraft – Sweet Nothings – With Love, Kaisercraft – Sweet Nothings – Sticker Sheet, Kaisercraft – Sweet Nothings – Collectables, Kaisercraft – Sweet Nothings – Dozen Roses, Kaisercraft – Pearl Flourishes – Latte, Kaisercraft – Paper Blooms – Terracotta, Kaisercraft – Mini Paper Blooms – Sunset, Kaisercraft – Resin Flowers -Bluebell and Pansy , Kaisercraft – Lace Pack – Cream, Kaisercraft – Pearls – Latte, Metallic gold paint and embossing powder.

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 “Letterbox with Love” By: Lori Williams Leng

Lori Says:
” Sweet Nothings is truly a collection that I have found so easy to work with.  There is a little something for everyone hidden in the range that is sure to come out once you start creating.
I spray painted my base Writing Desk and let it set for several days to cure…then it was easy peasy from there.”

“The papers from Sweet Nothings are truly beautiful on their own but I also loved embellishing this piece.  Honestly it would have been beautiful with just the designer paper…but then again a few blooms are always good!”

“The interior is just paper…so you’ll have to agree, it’s really stunning either way.”

Kaisercraft Products Used: SB2120 Writing Desk, P766 Dozen Roses, P763 Love Letters, P765 Silver Lining, SS121 Sticker
Sheet, CT703 Collectables, EM960 Posies, P769 With Love, F630 Iceberg Blooms, F646 Mini Buttercream Blooms, Buttercream Blooms, Pearl Strips, Foam Glue Dots

Other Products: Spray Paint

 ‘2 of Us’ frame by Hilde Janbroers

Kaisercraft Products Used: 10″ Frame ( SB2115), Sweet Nothings Papers Love Letters (P763), Specialty Paper Falling for You (PS185 ), Collectables (CT703), Paper Blooms Buttercream ( F629), Sage (F632), Wooden Flourishes Dress Form (FL321), Acetate Shapes 13th Hour (EM965), Pearl Strip, Blossoms Resin flower Lily (EM970), Sparklets Fern (RS419).

Other Products Used: Viva Decor Glossy Pen, May Arts Ribbon

Hilde Says:

” I created this frame for my brother and sister in law. I love these papers to go with wedding photos, don’t you?

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On the Move Cards

November 30, 2011

We are moving right along with this weeks reveal of collections. ” ON THE MOVE”  is really fun and can be used in a variety of ways. Vicki, Hilde and Lori have been working hard to create some really amazing cards for you…let’s see what they’ve done.

“Cole’s Card ” by Lori Williams Leng

Lori Says:
“Last week at school it was my son’s turn to be “Star of the Week”  All week long the class celebrates one child in various ways.  On the last day of school I was supposed to send a letter, or poem about how I felt about my son and they read it aloud to the entire class.  Of course, I had to make a card for my letter.  I figured that is the best way I can express myself.  I was so happy to have the new On The Move collection to create just the perfect card for him.  Let’s just say it was a raging success :).”

Kaisercraft Products Used:
SB793 Black Pearl Sheet, SS122 Sticker Sheet, PP859 Paper Pad, CT704 Collectables,
P773 Propel, CS783 Alpha Cartoon Stamp

Other Products Used: Twine, Cardstock, metal charms

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“OH Boy” Card by Vicki Morris

Vicki says:
“How cool is this collection?!  My little boy was just amazed when he saw that there were planes, cars, wheels and all things racing in one place!  Needless to say it wasn’t too hard to put these together to make a card which any little  boy would love to get his hands on!”

“With so many embellishments in the range, there was plenty of die cuts and stickers to decorate the inside of the card too!”

Materials Used:
Kaisercraft – On The Move – Sticker Sheet, Kaisercraft – On The Move – Collectables, Kaisercraft – On The Move – Paper Pad, Kaisercraft – On The Move – Cylinders, Kaisercraft – Rhinestone Strips – Black.

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‘Boys Birthday Card’ by Hilde Janbroers

Products Used: On the Move Collection Paper Cylinders (P775), Sticker Sheet (SS122), Paper Pad (PP859), Collectables ( CT704).

Other Products: Tim Holtz Alternations Die

Hilde Says:

” I love this cool and funky collection! It’s great to create some nice boys cards.”

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