Saturday, April 19, 2014

Kaisercraft Honey Chai for All About Scrapbooks

Hi everyone & welcome ...I hope everyone is having a lovely Easter weekend.
The weather here is just beautiful....temps of around 22c = perfect!
 
Just a quick post to share a layout using the newly released Honey Chai collection from Kaisercraft as part of my April DT work for All About Scrapbooks.
This is another fantastic Kaisercraft collection....gorgeous colours & patterns, and as always, a great range of stickers & collectables :)))
 
 
 
"Titanic Dry Dock"
 


I just love this bold orange paper as the background... and I've played around with a bit of  stamping & stencil work to help break up the plain PP.
The pic is of me standing down inside the dry dock where Titanic once stood....it was truly amazing!!
 
 
A few close ups....
 

 
 

 
 

And here is an overall view of the main area of the page.
 
For full details with more closeups, pop on over to the AAS blog HERE
(link will take you directly to my post)
 
Thanks so much for visiting today...and enjoy the rest of your long weekend :))
xx

8 comments:

Lizzy Hill said...

Looove these colours...those rings...this is a gorgeous page...& at least you're IN it, right????!!!!!! Left you some love over there....happy Easter, Linda:):)

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Love the orange! Awesome layout, Linda!

Lizzyc said...

Gorgeous layout! Love that background color, it makes the embellishments pop!

Eila Sandberg said...

Dito! love how the softer colours of the embellies really stand out against the orange background! Must have been amazing to stand itty bitty small in that dock and to know what then happened. We're having the same temp over here, fantastic Easter weather! Happy Easter! xoxoxo

Lauren Tomecek said...

So many different colours here. I like the textured chipboard and the photo looks amazing.

Lynette said...

Gorgeous colours. I love how your layered photo pops on the orange background.

Margaret Mifsud said...

Absolutely gorgeous page Linda!! Love the colour of the background paper and the stamping and textures you added in. What a fabulous place that must have been to visit, would have sent shivers up the spine I think. Love this page, but then I always love your work!! Beautiful!! ox

Helen Tilbury said...

Blah I was sure I had commented here!! Brilliant photo & layout!!

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