Kaisercraft off the wall number 2

IMG_1768 (Medium)For the second card in my Kaisercraft off the wall series I have used the 6″paper pad, and the frame is from the pack of matching collectables. I have fussy cut various bits from the papers to make a game screen.Today I have come to the realisation that I may have too much paper in my craft room, and it has become a bit of a fire hazard. I am trying to come to terms with the fact that it may be time to cull. I am thinking of making bundles to sell on my craft stall in June.At the moment just thinking aloud,but I think this is the best way to go. We shall see..I hope all of you have had a lovely Christmas break with family and friends. i am back to work tomorrow, so must go abd get myself organised. Til tomorrow…..

5 thoughts on “Kaisercraft off the wall number 2

  1. Lovely card Helen, like Kay bundles of paper sounds good but i probably dont “need” any more but doesnt mean i wont buy more!

  2. Hi Helen, I was doing a search online for some ideas for my newly purchased Kaisercraft Off the Wall pad and found your blog. I have spent the last hour looking at your fantastic cards and I just ♥love♥ them. You have so many ideas for masculine cards which is awesome as it can be quite hard to find masculine cards on blogs – or they just aren’t quite what I am looking for. I am from Melbourne so it is great to meet another Aussie who loves cardmaking & especially one who uses alot of the Kaisercraft range (we have a nearby Kaisercraft clearance store so I pop over quite frequently). Just signed up to get emails when you post 🙂

    I always say I won’t buy another paper pad – and I was very good last year and didn’t buy much – but when I saw the Kaisercraft Off the Wall paper last week, I thought it was so perfect for masculine cards that I just HAD to get it because I make alot of masculine cards for my extended family & it can be hard to find a range that suits that style of card. Looking forward to your next post 🙂

    Jocelyn x
    Instead of Ironing Blogspot

    1. thank you for your kind words,I am off now to check out your blog,I love hearing from “my people” and always great when we get a bit of a discussion going ….Male cards have to be the most difficult of cards to do so whenever I see paper to suit i snap it up!

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