Hello again everyone....gosh, what a busy week it's been!!!
I am back with a few projects using another new Kaisecraft collection....
This collection is nothing short of beautiful...it is soft and pretty, yet rustic at the same time. Lots of woodgrained & antiquey type papers, that would suit any style of layout. As you can see below, I have used a photo from Dublin on our trip last year, and if you remember back on my Kaisercraft Finalist DT application post, I got to play with this gorgeous collection back then too, and again,
I created a travel page from Ireland.
You can see my blog post using this same collection HERE, if you're interested :)
"Ha' Penny Bridge"
I've used the Kaisercraft Quarters template on my background with some modelling paste, and also some stamping with KC script stamp....and I've then layered up different papers & a heap of Collectables pieces, plus some stickers in there as well.
And of course...some Paper Blooms - I absolutely love my paper blooms <3 and some diecut leaves to help finish off the cluster.
I've added some gesso, swiped across the Paper Blooms & leaves to help tie in with the
feel of these rustic papers.
This collection comes with alpha stickers on the sticker sheet, so I've used them in my title, as well as some KC white alpha stickers that I've inked a soft pink. I love the size of these alpha stickers...as they are not too big, they are just the perfect size :)
Here's a close up of the stencil work & stamping on the background.
And a close up of the main area of the page.
Next up is a BTP project.......
Using a Kaisercraft freestanding heart
I've used 2 layers of paper, with the top layer cut slightly smaller than the bottom, so that it created a bit of a border around the outside of the heart. I've also distressed & inked the edges of the inner heart to help give it a bit more definition.
I created a cluster made up of 3 different coloured paper blooms, some stickers & diecuts...plus a really OLD KC wooden flourish that I found buried in my stash...lol! Also added some muslin & some die-cut leaves.
I've added a bit of texture to the wooden flourish & then coloured it with glimmermist.
And here is a few of the Collectables pieces....layered butterflies & some cute little banners.
I hope you like what I've created & have been inspired by this beautiful collection.
To see what the other DT ladies created, pop on over to the Kaisercraft blog HERE.
Thanks so much for visiting today :) xx