I made these cards for a village class, so I kept them quite simple. The paper is from kaisercraft – telegraph road,and I added some lace, ribbon and flowers,punched leaves and stamped sentiments.Well, we are still hot here in adelaide,so far this month we haven’t had a day under 25c, so quite looking forward to winter this year!! I started work super early today, so home early, I am going to prepare some tea, and have a nice seat under the air conditioner duct with my book. Til tomorrow….
I bought the range of Kaisercraft Telegraph road last month, but haven’t had much spare time to create with it. I did make this one,with the 12 a 12 papers, even the band across the bottom is a piece of the paper ( looks like a ribbon doesn’t it!)and the chipboard flower was a piece lying on my desk – I think it came with some freebies on a magazine. the cardstock is some retired stampin up cardstock – that was the last piece I had, a shame really because it goes so well with this paper! til tomorrow….
Todays Kaisecraft Telegraph Road card uses a corner of a 12 x12 sheet and the matching collectables. I was going for a collage effect, so layered a few of the collectables on top of easch other. I did some punching with martha stewart punches for the leave and flowers ( leaf and hyacinth punches) and added some gold liquid pearls and kindyglitz to finish. the cardstaock and sentiment stamp are from stampin up. Til tomorrow…..
this months release from kaisercraft is Telegraph road, and I have only had a quick session with these papers so far but thought I would put up what I have done so far. For this card I used the 6″ pad and a couple of the collectables from the pack. I inked all my edges with spun sugar distress ink, and added a ribbon bow and some pearls.quick and easy this one! Til tomorrow…