Hello everyone :)
Today I have a few projects to share, created as part of my Design Team work for Kaisercraft.
Using the VERY versatile "Mix & Match" collection. This collection is a mix of Kraft, Red, Black & White...and also comes with some matching embellishments.
"Pre 20's drinks"
I decided to go with the Kraft coloured paper for my background & it also has that fabo chicken wire print in white. It is the reverse side of the "Lace" paper (I have recently noticed that I seem to use the B/reverse sides of papers A LOT!)
I hand cut the chevrons from the "Crosses" paper (again, the B side...lol).
The chevron's on this paper are red and kraft in colour....I needed them to be white, so I painted them in gesso - problem solved :D They are mounted up on foam tape to give them
height & definition on the page
I've used pieces from the Collectables pack, Doily & Alpha sticker sheets, some paper blooms....along with some 2Crafty chipboard feathers for my cluster.
And you can see bits of my journaling along the bottom of the last chevron.
I had wanted to do the journaling in white, but, of course, my white journal pen
did not want to cooperate!
The arrows are also from the Alpha Sticker Sheet, as is the kraft alpha stickers.
Kaisercraft Products: Mix & Match – Lace P1600, Crosses P1599, Butterflies P1591, Doilies Sticker Sheet SS253, Alpha Sticker Sheet SS252, Coconut Paper Blooms F627, Fire Red Paper Blooms F664, Honey Paper Blooms F628, Script Texture Stamp CS752, Black Ink Pad IP719, Red Ink Pad IP734, Vintage Ink Pad IP723, Licorice Cardstock CD102, Foam Tape T303, Double Sided Tape T314
Other: 2Crafty Chipboard feathers, Fabric Button, Mists
Next up is another layout
"New found friend"
Again, I've gone for a kraft coloured background & I've added some template work with modelling paste, and some chevron stamping on top of that. The template is a new release one called "Quarters" - it has 4 different patterns, each taking up a 1/4 of the template :)
I fussy cut one of the butterflies from the "Butterflies" paper (yay, this one isn't the B side!! lol) and added some paper blooms, heart sticker & fabric button to form my cluster.
I've added a few pieces of cream lace in between my paper layers...as well as a new printed tape "Black Arrows" which will be released next month!
I've added my trademark strip journaling to tell the story about these 2 meeting
& becoming friends <3
Kaisercraft Products: Postage Stamps P1597, Lattice P1596, Damask P1602, Butterflies P1591, Doilies Sticker Sheet SS253, Alpha Sticker Sheet SS252, Kaiser Cardstock Red CD608, Honey Paper Blooms F628, Coconut Paper Blooms F627, Quarters Template T613, Chevron Texture Stamp CS149, Cream Lace EM927, Black Arrows Printed Tape PT212, White Alpha Stickers AS252,
Black Ink Pad IP719
Other: Fabric Button, Modelling Paste
Next is an altered picture frame
The frame was bought from one of the cheap shops, and I made sure that the front surface of it was flat....knowing that I'd be adhering paper to it. I've used the reverse side of the "Confetti" paper, with those fabulous arrows, to cover the front of the frame. I've also splashed some red & white mists randomly over the paper.
I added a pretty cluster to the top left side of the frame....with another butterfly fussy cut from the Butterflies paper, some paper blooms & mini paper blooms, a doily sticker & some diecut leaves using KC red cardstock....and a few buttons.
Across the bottom of the frame I've added one of the cut-off strips with some hearts from the Doily Sticker sheet mounted on foam tape.
Kaisercraft Products: Confetti P1598, Butterflies P1591, Doily Sticker Sheet SS253, Red Cardstock CD608, Fire Red Paper Blooms F664, Honey Paper Blooms F628, Coconut Paper Blooms F627, Honey Mini Paper Blooms F645, Fire Red Mini Paper Blooms F669, Latte Pearl Strips PL505, Black Ink Pad IP719, Foam Tape T303
Other: Fabric Button, Black Button, Leaf Die, Mists
The Mix & Match collection is available at All About Scrapbooks HERE.
And if you'd like to see what the other talented DT members have done with this gorgeous collection, you can see the post on the Kaisercraft blog HERE
Thank you for taking the time to visit today :) xx