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Card Making: Kaisercraft Spring Bloom Card

Friday, April 18th, 2014

Spring is here and so lovely, best part of spring is a paper pack by Kaisercraft. The name is Spring Bloom and the colors are absolutely stunning featuring rich corals, pink and teal.

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I could not pass up this stack to make a very happy Spring card.

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Let’s get started! For this project you will be using 4 sheets from your stack. Next proceed to trim them to the following sizes:

Large background 5 in. x 4 in.,

Square 3 in. x 3 in.

Long rectangle 2.5 in. x 3.75 in.

Paper ribbon 5.25 in. x 1.5 in.

Once trimmed, proceed by using a dark brown ink to edge around each piece of paper. Here I used Hero Arts Cubes in “Cup O’ Joe”.

Now to glue them in the same order as above.

To give the card a 3D effect, use foam adhesives when placing the paper ribbon.

Next place your sentiment, which can be found in the paper stack and a flower from theKaisercraft Spring Bloom Collectables die cuts.

A step-by-step video is at the end of this post.

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Items needed for this project:

Kaisercraft Spring Bloom 6×6 Paper Pack and Spring Bloom Collectables die cuts

Hero ArtsQuiet Morning ink cubes in Cup O’ Joe

Paper trimmer

Adhesive

Foam Adhesive

 

 

 

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’

Crystal

Kaisercraft Art of Life Birthday Card

Thursday, April 17th, 2014

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My other half is having a birthday this week and I wanted a ‘manly’ card for him, you know the kind, no bling, no flowers, no ribbon!  Ughh, that can be boring if you’re not careful.  In order to dress up my masculine card I started with Kaisercraft‘s Art of Life Collection and Spellbinders Labels Thirty-One dies.  Using Core’dinations Sand Castle paper for my card base I took a folded sheet and placed it in my Sizzix Big Shot with the long edge of the die protruding a tad over the fold.  By cutting this way you’ll end up with your three sides decorative cut but the top edge folded to make a base for the card.

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I placed a piece of cut filmstrip, from the paper, for the focal point on the front and then used the domino paper from the collection to cut the numbers out backing them with medium weight chipboard and using my Wink of Stella glitter brush pen to give them just a hint of sparkle.  When I started to video the card I do in the step-by-step for you I realized I didn’t have enough of the brown stickers to spell out my words so I actually took some neon green ones and a black permanent felt tip pen and colored them.  The trick here is to make sure when you remove the sticker from the sheet you use the pen around the edges (you can color the letters while they are still attached to the full sheet and just touch up when removed, much easier this way). to add a bit of ‘manly’ bling I used Tim Holtz gears here and there on the front.

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Inside are two Journal Stickers from Tim Holtz idea-ology line.  I took an extra-small alpha stamp set and stamped my message and then used a tiny paperclip (also Tim Holtz) to attach the two tickets together before gluing them to the paper mat inside.  Using a white gel pen to do faux stitching around the inside mat just gives it a little pop.  So there you have it, a very masculine birthday card for someone special in your life.  Please check out the video for a complete walk through on how to make this card.

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!

Patti

Visit me at A Soul’s Heartbeat or on YouTube

Supplies:

PP926: Kaisercraft Art of Life 6×6 Paper Pad

SS213: Kaisercraft Art of Life Cardstock Stickers

S4-406: Spellbinders Labels Thirty-one

TIM32823: Tim Holtz Distress Ink Gathered Twigs

657900: Sizzix Big Shot

207: Scor-Tape 1″

203: Scor Tape 1/2″

Supplies from my Stash: Kaisercraft Art of Life 12×12 Paper Collection, Core’dinations Sand Castle cardstock, Tim Holtz idea-ology Journaling Tickets – Gears – Tiny Paper Clip, Wink of Stella clear glitter pen, Webster’s Pages alpha stickers, mini alpha stamps, dimensional foam, ATG gun, Beacon Fabri-Tac, Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive, white gel pen

Kaisercraft Hello Sunshine Card

Friday, March 28th, 2014

Hi there ! Today we are making a card using Kaisercraft Hello Sunshine stickers and Kaisercraft Hello Sunshine Collectables cardstock die cuts to make a fabulous card. Kaisercraft has a lovely whimsical zoo animals in celebration of summer, and what a perfect way to create a kid friendly card.

Let’s get started:

1. Select one of DCWV Cardstock cards as the background.

2. From the Kaisercraft Hello Sunshine sticker sheet , use the blue chevron sticker place on the upper portion of the card to create a ribbon then trim to fit.

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3. Under the blue sticker ribbon, place the orange polka dot and leave a 1/4 inch space between the two set of ribbons.

4. Place two of the tab stickers above the chevron sticker. Then place one tab underneath the orange sticker.

Now to use the Kaisercraft Hello Sunshine Collectables cardstock die cut set.

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5.  Using 3D foam adhesives place two of the circle birds in the middle of the ribbons.

6.  Place the sentiment of your choice of to the right corner. One corner will have a foam adhesive the other will be glued to the circle.

7. Embellish!

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For a step-by-step video please see below

This card matches perfectly our Kaisercraft Hello Sunshine shadow box from last week.

Supplies:

Kaisercraft Hello Sunshine Stickers

Kaisercraft Hello Sunshine Collectables cardstock die cuts

DCWV Cardstock blank cards in solid

3D Foam Adhesive

Adhesive

 

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!

Crystal

 

Kaisercraft Hello Sunshine Baby Shadow Box.

Friday, March 21st, 2014

Hello Sunshine! Today I am working on a baby shadow box featuring Kaisercraft’s Hello Sunshine paper pack and die cut shapes. This paper pack has 6 12×12 double sided pages and includes a sheet of stickers. The co-coordinating papers and stickers make it incredibly easy to mix and match the designs.

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The photo on this is project is my darling baby girl who will be 7 soon and our dog both are about 4 months of age at the time.

Once you select your favorite baby photo proceed to select your 12×12 sheet.

Next, find a border or frame to place the photo.

Third, place your larger pieces from the die cut collection using 3D foam adhesive.

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Fourth, glue your buttons or any other baby memorabilia.

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Once you are done, proceed to place your sheet in the shadow box. For a step-by-step video please see below.

Supplies:

Kaisercraft Hello Sunshine Paper Pack

Kaisercraft Hello Sunshine Collectables Die Cut shapes

Shadow Box

3D Foam Adhesive

Buttons

 

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!

Crystal

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Kaisercraft Art of Life Mini Album

Thursday, March 20th, 2014

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I had found this little Kraft/Chipboard book while on a recent shopping trip and used it to make this mini with Kaisercraft‘s Art of Life Collection.  I’m not sure what draws me so much to this collection but something really does.  I love the soft brown tones of the paper and the images that are so beautifully done.  This little book has three heavy chipboard pages and three expandable kraft envelopes, perfect for preserving a special moment in time.

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I had gotten both the 12×12 collection package and the 6 1/2′ square pad.  I used primarily the smaller pad for most of the mini.  If you’re not familiar with Kaisercraft pads the smaller ones come 1/2′ larger than norm, which I find exceedingly helpful at times, they also have several punch out sheets of images at the end.  In the photo above both the sentiment on the left and the arrow on the right are from these punch-outs, I simply backed them on a solid cardstock for a sturdier effect.

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Because this is a smaller mini I think the addition of the gusseted envelopes is a great touch for tucking away all those bits of memorabilia that you want to save along with the photos (of course you could always stick the extra photos in the pockets as well).  I used Spellbinders Nestabilites Superellipse die for the mats and then distressed everything with Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Gathered Twigs.  Be sure and check out my video, I’ll show you what the book looked like naked, a glimpse of how I did the pages, a complete walk through page by page and of course still photos at the end.

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!

Patti

Visit me on my blog - A Soul’s Heartbeat or my YouTube channel

Supplies from the Store:

PK461: Kaisercraft Art of Life 12×12 Paper Pack

PP926: Kaisercraft Art of Life 6 1/2″ Pad

SS213: Kaisercraft Art of Life Stickers

S5188: Spellbinders Nestabilities Superellipse die

TIM32823: Tim Holtz Distress Ink Gathered Twigs

Card Making: Kaisercraft Confetti Special Girl Card

Friday, March 14th, 2014

Kaisercraft confetti collection has become one of my favorite paper packs ever! The colors are chic, girly and the possibilities are endless. Today I am making a card for a special girl using a non holiday saying. Playing along today, Spellbinders “Modern Stationary” dies will help this card have dimension and layers.  Let’s get started!

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1. Select 2 papers from paper pack.

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2. Using your Sizzix Big Shot cut the 2 pieces of paper with the Spellbinders Modern Stationary dies.

3. Select 2 embellishments from the confetti collectables die cut shapes, and 1 sentiment.

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4. Now put it all together! First glue the larger die to your card, next using 3D squares glue the 2nd Modern die. Now to the sentiment, glue half of the sentiment to the raised die and add two 3D squares to the other side. Now you can glue the other 2 embellishments at the corners. I added a few sequins, done in record time!

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This is a great card for a thinking of you or happy birthday. Here is a step-by-step video. Enjoy!!

Supplies:

Spellbinders Modern Stationary, SKU 5-219

Sizzix Big Shot, SKU 657900

Kaisercraft Confetti paper pack, SKU PK456

Kaisercraft Confetti Collectables

Adhesive

Sequins

 

 

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!

Crystal

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