One last Layout made using the Little Toot paper collection ... a fitting one to end the month on I thought! This is the cutest range ever, and just perfect for a little boy ... mind you it quite suits my BIG boy as well ... as you can see from the layout above!! I've done a bit of inking and distressing on this page as well as the obvious stamping and drawn on stitching, but in the end it was just a fun and simple Layout that was a pleasure to create ... feels good to do some easy ones every now and then!! LOL
Sunday, July 31, 2011
Friday, July 29, 2011
This is just a quick little Kaisercraft Car Album decorated in the adorable 'Little Toot' Papers. I've done a bit of stamping with the Kaisercraft background stamps on each page around the photos and finished it off with a set of the charms dangling from the jump rings that were made by stamping the Little Toot stamps onto shrink film and colouring them in .... I loved them and think they are off-the-charts-cute!
It turned out to be a very quick, easy and fun project to create!
Monday, July 25, 2011
Here are a few cards I put together using the Little Toot paper range, they are all very quick and simple little cards that were super easy to put together using the coordinating paper pad and journaling tags. This is such a fun little collection, anyone wanting to do some kids cards should grab one of these paper pads, they are just divine. I've also used some more of that awesome shrink film, a product I'm rapidly becoming addicted to! LOL
Thursday, July 21, 2011
A Layout made from the new 'Little Toot' paper collection from Kaisercraft, and the 'loopy' Martha Stuart boarder punch ... how cute is that punch!! The small planes and little birds are made from shrink film... the birds I punched out and the planes I stamped and cut out, the rest of the layout is made mostly from the coordinating stickers in the little toot range.
Saturday, July 16, 2011
I'm back with another Blea & Ivy Project ( it's the last one this month I promise!!) I made this Kaisercraft Organiser and just had to put on some of these gorgeous little Tulle flowers I have just learned how to make, they are so cute! Beside the Tulle flowers I have used the shrink film again to make that butterfly you can see next to the flowers and loads of other punches and stamps for the rest. This is a VERY easy project to put together ... the only question that remains is weather or not it will make me more organised??
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Some cards made using the beautiful Blae & Ivy collection from Kaisercraft ... and lots of butterflies and flowers!
These Butterflies are made from shrink film that has been cut from the Stampin Up! Butterflies embossing die cut plate. How tiny they end up after shrinking ... too cute!! :)
Thursday, July 7, 2011
Yet another layout using the Blae & Ivy paper range from Kaisercraft. I've also gone a bit over board with an Ivy roller stamp and the boarder was made using a Martha Stuart punch set. The stamps in this range are just divine, so you can see I've used them a fair bit in the back ground to create some sprigs of leaves. And of course once again that Stampin Up! butterflies embossing die cut makes the page just perfect!
Sunday, July 3, 2011
My first Layout with Kaisercraft's new collection is all Shabby Chick... The Blea & Ivy paper collection may have a very strange name, but I like it ... the colours are just beautiful ... I worked them here on this layout with a beautiful remnant of material I had been hanging onto for ages ... I love the striking flowers and the crane, I simply cut the material up and used the images on the page the same as I would paper images! This is a LO inspired by the talented and amazing Gabrielle Pollacco - the Queen of Shabby Chick! I wanted to try some thing a bit different as a layout of myself is a rare thing indeed!
Friday, July 1, 2011
One more Layout using the Velvet Ensemble Papers... and the new Kaisercraft rub-ons! I love these tree and branch rub-ons and had a ball getting them all on this page. I've also done a heap of stamping in the back ground ... there is just so much you can do with an ink pad ... even the chipboard title has been inked!I really enjoyed doing this page, especially as I find it a real challenge to get more than one photo on a page these days!!