Thursday, November 24, 2011

Kaisercraft - On The Move & Sweet Nothings

Hi friends.

Have been busy creating with the new releases from Kaisercraft.  I adore both the new ranges.
First is Sweet Nothings. Such a pretty, soft paper range and of course the new Collectables which are packets of die cuts.  So easy to bring a layout together.  I am definitely a scrapper who likes to create with a coordinating range so these are perfect!  I have also used a little Prima Metal Treasures Bird Cage.  I have brushed over it with a little ink to take away some of the stark whiteness.  The paper blooms are also Kaiser and the satin ruffled trim is Websters.

This is a layout I have done of my Mum.  She is a lady who doesn't really rate herself very highly so I wanted to remind her of just how gorgeous she is to me and my sons.

The next project is using the new On The Move range.  A brilliant vintage boy/male range without being too babyish which I adore.  I have made a couple of paper rosettes with my Tim Holtz die and the embellies are from the Collectables pack and the sticker sheet.  Have also included some black rubons from the Boys set and some zig zag stitching down the side using my WRMK Stitch Piercer.

I have scrapped this photo before but I loved it and thought it was just perfect for these papers!

Thanks for visiting and thanks for looking!

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

HBS Sketch, Christmas cards and just because!

Have had a bit of a quieter week this week and also had the chance to scrap with my pal Sharon on the weekend so have a few projects to share.

I have just finished off a few Christmas cards which I made using a sticker book which I had to have last year from The Girl's Paperie but hadn't even opened yet!

These cards I made using a sheet from the Cosmo Cricket Dear Mr Claus papers.  So easy with a sheet of the little Santa's ready to be cut up.
 I attempted the sketch in our Gallery this month too using Kaisercraft Madame Boutique papers and the new Colletions pack.  Gorgeous!  The crocheted flowers were Prima.
and here is the sketch.
Finally, this layout I loved doing.  I have wanted to play around with some Coredinations for ages and this muddy picture of my youngest was perfect for the black background.  I had also had bought some Prima Printery Tiles which I had been wanting to use so I have tucked one of those with a birdie on it in the centre of my embellie cluster.  The rest of the page used bits and pieces I had.  The fern frond was cut using a Cheery Lynn die.

That's it for today!  Thanks for visiting!

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Sport Carnival

Here is another layout using Kaisercraft - Cock-a-doodle-doo! The range has a lot of great base background pages for child themed projects - not just farm themes! I love the little rainbows and primary colours which were perfect for these photos from my son's 1st sport carnival. TFL