Hello Ladies and welcome to my second post this month.
I hope everyone is enjoying the end of the school holidays
and also the beautiful weather we have been having (well
since it has cooled down some).
For my second post I have a couple of things to show you.
I loved the Basic Grey RSVP paper pack that I had to work
with this month. I decided that I would do something different
with the papers other than doing a birthday/party layout. These
papers are so versatile. I also still have plenty over to create
another layout or anything else.
The first thing I would like to show you is a card and tag.
Even though I have used the cake from the sticker sheet you would be
able to place anything on the card you want. Both the butterfly and the
flower flourish are Kaiser Craft. I inked them both and then placed
Glossy Accents on them. The lace piece at the bottom of the tag (on the
- below - left) is a paper doily cut off and the edge lightly inked. The tag
(on the right) also has a paper doily on it which has been lightly inked.
The vine is also a chippie and I inked it with green Kaiser ink and then
covered it also with Glossy Accents.
Even this card and tag could have been titled different. Eg:- Just
for you, Happy Mothers Day and the list can go on.
Now for my second layout for the month. As you can see I have
been playing again with modelling paste, inks, stamps and stencils.
I have used white Kaiser Craft card stock and the RSVP paper
pack from Basic Grey. My last LO was birthday and this one is
beach. The only thing they have in common is that they both start
with B and that one of my boys is in both LO. That's what I love
about these patterned papers. They are like I said a versatile kit.
The products I have used to create this layout are - Kaiser Craft
Hessian stamp, Tim Holtz Distress Stains Black Soot & Rusty Hinge,
Ranger Acrylic Paint Dabber Snow Cap & Mushroom. Dylusions Ink
Spray - Lemon Zest, Tattered Angles Glimmer Mist Forest Green.
Tim Holtz Distress Ink Black Soot & Walnut Stain (on stamp).
Then there was as i said Modelling Paste, Kaiser Craft stencil
"Bubbles" The beautiful Kaiser Craft chippie - Castle, Butchers string
and also The rub-on is from Kaiser Crafts family sheet. The title
chippie below is an A2Z Scraplets.
I hope i have inspired you to now email Jo for this awesome range of
patterned papers and other products I have used. They are all available
through the store or if you cant see them then all you do is email. It really
is that simple. You also have time to still join in this months Challenge
and all the details are on the blog. Its a great challenge so make sure you
join in for your chance for a great prize.
So until next month ladies, happy crafting and don't forget the Scrapbookit
Retreat. I can tell you it is going to be a weekend of inspiration, fun and lots