Friday, January 4, 2013

Kaisercraft Wishing Well

Today I wanted to share with you a project I put together for my Kaisercraft Design Team application last year ... I actually got my dates mixed up and missed the cut off for the applications [Rolls eyes in self disgust] so this never actually made it anywhere as far being seen goes, so I wanted to share it here.

So I've used the Kaisercraft Wishing Well as well as a host of other wood embellishments to create a little garden around the wishing well.

The chipboard pieces are all pretty obvious, most of the bushy bits are the green paper flowers folded into quarters and the stone fence is just plain card stock that has been embossed with a circle pattern and inked over. this would look even better if you had a stone or brick embossing folder!

A proliferation of flowers over every thing pulls the whole thing together, as well as little touches like butterflies, lady bugs and rhinestones on the well that look like water droplets.

It was so much fun to make this little wishing well wonderland ... I can see why people get totally pulled into the world of modle making!! LOL

Thanks for looking...
Smiles from Kelly-ann xoxo


Alanna said...

This is absolutely gorgeous Kel! A shame you got the dates mixed up! Maybe this year!! :)

Karen Shady said...

OMGoodness KEL this is a masterpiece... love every little detail... Hope you had a wonderful Christmas, and wishing you a safe and happy 2013... are you going to the expo in Melbourne in March... would love to catch up again :) xx

Adriana B said...

delightful wishing well,looks like little fairies live there too, so pretty :) Thanks for all your comments on my blog and also congrats to you too, published in the Australian Scrapbooking Ideas magazine!!!!!!! Awesome!!!!

Shahrul Niza said...

Oh my, Kelly!! This is s amazing, gorgeous!. I want to be shrunk and go play there for a spell :). LOVELY work :). HUGS.