Sunday, 23 July 2017

Happiness with Kaisercraft and Indigo Blu

A while back Jill at ATDML introduced me to Indigo Blu flakes, and I haven't used them in a little while, but did a little bit of stamping on this page - I used the autumn coloured flakes and you can just see little bits poking out from behind my flowers and papers - it adds a really beautiful foil effect to the page which is much prettier in real life (the camera doesn't do it justice).  I've used the Bombay Sunset papers from Kaisercraft and I love the bold colours on this backing sheet, so went to work matching some old prima flowers and then lots of Bobunny glitter pastes to the colours too.  This page is just really layers, layers of papers and ephemera and flowers - I also dyed my gauze with a bit of gold glimmer mist too.

The photo is from a recent holiday in the Peak District - and I love the looks like a hug, but in fairness it could also be a pat on the shoulder to say...I nearly taller than you too (he had to get something out of a cupboard for me the other day as I couldn't quite reach it!).

I layered up lots of the prima flowers and added a little bit of glitter paste to the petals.

Lots of layering and distressing - you can see a little bit more of the foiling...just!.

Thursday, 13 July 2017

The Code

Another page using Kaisercraft's Basecoat papers, and this is all Basecoat 4 apart from the Stickers which are from Scrapyard.  One of the Basecoat 4 papers has a blue brick wall, so I cut this out and stick it onto the metal rivet style background.  I then distressed a mix of the other papers, and added a few cogs from a Tim Holtz die set.  I echoed the same mix of colours behind the title, the stickers are from October Afternoon.

The photo is from our holiday and on the Intrepid where you could spell out your name in morse could also have a go at a simulation on landing one of the Space Shuttles as well as learn about Vietnam and see loads of planes - it was a really interesting place to visit.

Sunday, 9 July 2017

Smell the Flowers

Here is a page I made for BoBunny for the one layout 3 ways - if you want to see the steps to it becoming this then do check out this post on their blog.  I used their Weekend Adventure papers, and lots of the new stamps which I layered up.  I also had a play with their new stencils and the Pentart metallic stencil paste...and the new dies.  It was great fun making it and the finishing touch was lots of little pearls made from their pearlescents.

It is another Peak District photo - on our walk we came across a beautiful wild field of buttercups, so I made the kids pose for a photo as I loved the colours!

Friday, 7 July 2017

Choose Happy

Here is a little Bombay Sunset from Kaisercraft - lots of beautiful cerise and greens, the colour combination is lovely.  I teamed it with some of the pentart rich gold glamour acrylic, and also used lots of BoBunny pearlescents to add little pearls to the flowers and the papers.  I decided to semi-frame my picture...and created little tears alone the edge where I could add little layers from the embellishment pack in this range, you can see a little bit more in the detail shots.  I also used some of the stickers and a couple of quite old prima resins which seemed to go really well with the papers.  As always Kaisercraft has some beautiful sayings to add to the page.

The shot is from our recent holiday in the Peak District - which is just gorgeous and we went on the Dovedale walk again...the kids a little bigger, but they still enjoyed it just as much - and got an ice-cream at the end!

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Smile with Kaisercraft

Hi, in June I got 2 beautiful Kasiercraft ranges to work with from A Trip Down Memory Lane.  This page is mostly made from Basecoat - a really nice grungey style of paper that you can layer with any of their other lines (so there are a few different lines on this page) and Bombay Sunset which is packed with colour - the word Smile is from that range as well as the green papers.

I started the page with some gesso, and then sprinkled Paper Artsy Infusions into the gesso, I then spritzed with water to activate them, and let them drip down the page.  In the infusions is some walnut stain so the colours also have a brown that develops in them, which is lovely for vintage and grungey style pages.  Once that was all dry I dug through a mixture of Kaisercraft collections to add stickers and cards - some is from Kaleidoscope, some from Barber Shop and Blue Bay.  I added a little bit of punching as well as some silver thread, and really just lots of layers.

The photos are from a day out to the Greenwich Tall Boat festival and a trip we made to have a look around the Christian Radich.


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