Hello all, Brenda here to share with you a little something
extra this month. I made this lovely cradle and photo album
by Kaisercraft for a friends grandson. Everything Kaiser is
available through Jo and the Scrapbookit Store. If you don't
see it please email or call Jo and she will help you out.
The papers are from the Pitter Patter collection and for Arthur's
name I used Kaisers Black script and Retro Alpha Rubons. As
by now you all know I like to fussy cut and did quite a bit from
the 12x12 patterned papers.
The dummy is from the Kaisercraft wood flourishes
baby pack. I used some twine to attach it to the cradle.
The rattle was also from the baby pack and the inks I used were
White, Lagoon and Island. The flowers are also by Kaisercraft and
are, small and large blooms - Coconut and the Mini blooms - Yellow.
Now for the Photo Album.
I was going to show you some closeups but I think you will get a
little sick of looking at them :)
Also I will just list the products I used and remind you again that
Jo has them all. If they are not in stock because she has sold out
of them then please remember she will get them and have them to
you in no time. I brought two of each sheet (like I normally do) as
I loved each side of the papers. I'm glad I did as it made it so much
easier for doing both as a gift set.
Kaisers wooden flourishes - Pram, Ornate tinny hearts, Baby
Kaisers Inks - Black, Island, Lagoon, White.
Fussy cutting 12x12 patterned papers.
Kaiser stamps - Secret Admirer and Hessian.
Kaisers Rubon - New Born.
Paper doily and Kaisers Pitter Patter Sticker sheet. I used Ribbon
to bind my album together. Once finished all I needed to do was
give my gift and the photos of little Arthur to be added to it by his
ever loving Grandma.
Please check out the Scrapbookit Store and like I said contact Jo
for anything you don't see. Jo has way to much stock to have it all
on line, but everything we use she has. This range also comes in
a beautiful baby girl too. So if you need to do a baby girl project
those papers are just as special.
Happy crafting until my next post in a couple of days.