This is the last for now, of my Kaisercraft Tropicana series. There are 2 images here, so don’t forget to scroll down a bit to see them both! I used the 12″ paper and collectables for this card, and punched three circles down the front of the card. Inside the card I positioned three images from the pack of collectables, so that they show through when the card is closed. This is a card that was easy to make, but has a lot of added interset to it – you could completely change it around – use feminine paper and add die cut butterflies to the inside circles – this design has lots of possiblities, and I will be experimenting with it more when I finally find some time to myself in the craft room! On to something else next post…. Til tomorrow….
For my fourth card in my Kaisercraft tropicana series, I have used some of the 12 x 12 paper and the matching collectables,and matted the image on some Stampin Up Early espresso cardstock. The card base is Stampin Up Early Avocado, and I joined the tags from the packet of collectables with a length of string. Even though there is some hibiscus’s in the corner I think this one would be suitable for a male! Looking forward to an evening in the craft room, I haven’t been in there all week, and my fingers are itching to get started on something! Til tomorrow….
This third card is made with Kaisercraft tropicana 12 x 12 ” papers. I matted each image onto Stampin Up early espresso cardstock, and the card base was made with Stampin Up so saffron.I have had a busy week this week, what with work and my card classes, and in between I have been trying to sort out all my ribbons, buttons, flowers etc into see through containers to make them easier to find. I will continue that tonight, then I should be all organised for the week end! Til tomorrow….
Kaisercraft Tropicana paper collsection, and collectables on this card,and just some Stampin Up early espresso cardstock for matting, and a stampin Up sentiment stamp. I do like the imagery on this paper, and makes me wish I was there!Quick posts this week, as I am teaching a couple of evening classes, so have to be super organised to get there in time after work at my day job! Til tomorrow….
Here is the first card in my Kaisercraft Tropicana series, very appropriate considering the hot weather we are experiencing here just now! On this first card I have used the 6″ pad and matching collectables, as well as some Stampin Up early espresso cardstock and Kaisercraft Sparklets. I think this would make a good retirement card! Til tomorrow….