Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Kaisercraft DT- Mistletoe

Hi everyone...this week I am up on the Kaisercraft blog, and the first post went live on
Monday using the new Christmas range - Mistletoe
I REALLY love this collection...it is bright, and fun, and such a pleasure to work with!!
First up is a layout....
"The Merry Little Christmas Crack-Up"

I've used a variety of papers to create tall Christmas trees in behind my photos and have used the reverse side of the Wreath paper for my background - love those chevrons!

 Here are a few close ups....

As always, the Collectables pieces are FABULOUS!

I love using the "cut off strips" on my creations whenever I can....which is the strip above the photos  


^ Some new washi tape that is being released SOON - Fa La La La

Kaisercraft Products – Wreath – P1577, Jingle Bells – P 1575, Mince Pie – P1574, Santa’s Helpers – P1579, Tinsel cut off strip – P1580, Paper Pad – PP945, Collectables – CT802, Sticker Sheet – SS250, Red Alpha Stickers – AS258, Coconut Paper Blooms – F627, Sage Mini Paper Blooms – F649, Coconut Mini Paper Blooms – F644, Fa La La La Printed Tape – PT213, Red Ink Pad – IP734, Double Sided Tape – T314, Foam Tape – T303, Mounting Foam – T302

next is another layout

"1920's Christmas"
I've gone for more brighter, contasting colours for this one.

Some more of the collectables pieces & some stamping using the Mistletoe stamp pack

Kaisercraft Products: Mistletoe – Holly P1578, Mince Pie P1574, Jingle Bells P1575, Paper Pad PP945, Collectables CT802, Mistletoe Sticker Sheet SS250, Mistletoe Clear Stamp CS183, White Lace EM926, Fire Red Paper Blooms F664, Coconut Paper Blooms F627, Sage Paper Blooms F632, Sea Breeze Alpha Stickers AS255, Black Ink IP719, Double Sided Tape T314, Foam Tape T303
Other: Paper Doily

And lastly is some jars that I have altered into Christmas gift jars - to be filled with lollies, chocolates, or maybe some home baked goodies

These are so simple & quick to make!
Just a few strips of paper & lace, with some collectables & blooms & you have transformed a plain glass jar into a gorgeous gift jar....and then you can fill it with something yummy & give to someone special <3

Kaisercraft Products: Stockings – P1581, Eggnog – P1573, Paper Pad – PP945, Collectables – CT802, White Lace – EM926, Fire Red Paper Blooms – F664, Olive Paper Blooms – F633, Fire Red Mini Paper Blooms – F669, Sage Mini Paper Blooms – F649, Coconut Mini Paper Blooms – F644, Black Ink – IP719, Double Sided Tape – T314, Mounting Foam – T302

You can see the blogpost over on the Kaisercraft blog HERE....and you'll also be able to check out the fabulous creations from 3 of the other DT ladies who are up this week as well :)

If you're after this collection, All About Scrapbooks has it available HERE

Thanks so much for dropping by today! xx


Lizzyc said...

Wonderful creating.. love the contrast these papers give against each other.. clever idea with the bottles too..

Val Thorpe said...

Christmas overload.... It is only August I tell you :P I am so far behind on all the Christmas stuff and I seriously need to get but in gear. I bought these ceramic balls that I want to make into tree decorations for each of us. So hopefully eventually there will be a tree full of balls of the whole family. Idea in my head but not sure how it will translate :D These are all gorgeous. Love them despite my nagging :D

Collette Mitrega said...

Wonderful projects Linda, I love your 'clean' look. Will definately be using the gift jar for my fudge this year.

Lizzy Hill said...

The jars look really wonderful....great idea - might have to try to do some home baked stuff this year! And the LOs are gorg...especially like the 1920s one....circles, like I said on FB....look fabulous here:):)

Lynette Jacobs said...

Wonderful Christmas projects Linda. Reminds me that I haven't scrapped the past 2 years Christmas photos.


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