While browsing my files I found another Kaisercraft Botanical odyssey card which I havent shown yet. I used the 6″ pad, and collectables on this one and inked all the edges with Tea dye ink. I added some kaisercraft rhinestones, and the sentiment is a Stampin up stamp.Welcome to my new subscribers, I hope you all find something here to inspire you, and I love hearing from you all ! Til tomorrow….
This is the last for now in my kaisercraft Botanical Odyssey series. Here I have used the 6″ pad and collectables, as well as a bling strip and edged around all pieces with vintage Photo distress ink.i have spent a very productive day int the craft room today, trialling my exploding box, and playing with some lovely new prima paper, which I will go back to once I have organised dinner! Til tomorrow….
Kaisercraft botanical odyssey papers, and collectables, everything inked with vintage photo distress inks, and the sentiment a stamp from Hero Arts! A busy family day today, but I will cook a little tea, and then head into the craft room to continue making my exploding box – mums birthday card and I am thinking of doing it for a lesson in May and will also do a youtube video – its so simple but very effective. so enough to be going on with today. Til tomorrow….
Today is Kaisercraft Botanical Odyssey number 2. Just the 6″paper pad, and matching collectables, and a little seam binding for this one – I do love this paper, and in a minute when I return to the craft room where I have been working on May Lessons, I am going to get it back out and make some more cards with this one! I haven’t played nearly enough with it yet! Great to see the rain this afternoon, a great day for crafting. Til tomorrow….
Early post today, as I missed last nights post as I couldn’t move with a sore leg – all is well today though and I have spent a lovely morning in the craft room. Todays card is made using kaisercraft Botanical Odyssey paper pad and collectables – my favourite recent range release – it is right up my crafting alley – love anything to do with nature.I just added a kaisercraft bling strip on this one, and stamped it with a hero arts happy birthday stamp , and sponged in Vintage photo ink around the edges of everything!I am now making a 40th birthday card, for an order, but have hit a snag deciding what my lady meant when she said retro – to me thats 60’s, but I’m thinking she might have meant 70’s and that’s two different eras with two different styles – I’ll just go back into the craft room and create until something feels right! Til tomorrow…