Today on the blog we have Kaisercraft pitter patter 6″paper pad, a bit of a 12 x 12 sheet ( on the top card) , collectables, and assorted ribbon,lace ,flowers, and pearls.My favourite is the bottom one! This weekend I am taking a break from all things kitchen related,to spend some time in the craft room preparing a vilage lesson for next saturday, and fulfilling a couple of orders.I also want to do a few cards for my craft fair boxes, which will be here before I know it! Til tomorrow…..
the last four cards in my Kaisercraft Pitter Patter collection are birthday cards and I have only done a couple of cards so far using the pink themed papers in this collection.i used the sheet of patterned paper that had the hexagons design for the top two cards, and added ribbon and flowers, ( cardstock is stampin up pool party) and for the bottom two cards I used my Prima dolls stamps, and couture creations retro flower die, pearls and martha stewart leaf punch. I punched the leaves from cream paper and sprayed them pink with some pink fireworks spray to give a mottled effect. til tomorrow….
This is the last baby card I made with Kaisercrafft Pitter Patter paper and matching collectables, although I do have some birthday cards which I will put up all as a group tomorrow. The cardstock, button, ribbon and twine are all stampin up ojn this one – colour is Pool party.Glad to say my blog is back to normal – wordpress must have had a few complaints and have let us choose old or new so of course I opted for old! I had a tiny class this morning, so sat and joined in the cardmaking – so now I have done my october classes! feels good to be so far ahead! Til tomorrow…..
Kaisercraft pitter Patter 6″ pad for the paper, and the matching collectables to embellish. I used stampin up sky blue cardstock, ink pad ( to ink around my edges) and button and linen thread to finish. today I have been moving some of my bigger tools into the adjoining room ( to be known from here on as the craft room annex!) but I have been a little distracted playing with my new spellbinder dies – I love the borders I bought, and have lots of ideas for them – may even do a lesson using them… still working on that thought! til tomorrow….
I used the 12 x 12 papers for this one, along with some of the matching collectables. I fussy cut the patchwork squares and tucked them behind the checked strip, inking all my edges with Stampin up pool party ink pad. Some more collectables to spell out Baby boy, and a bow over the rattle to finish.Today I saw the new spellbinder dies, and bought a few so hopefully this weekend my new trestle table is positioned in my new extension to my craft space,and I can put all my big tools ( sewing machine, big shot, cricut machine etc ) on it close to hand and ready to use at a moments notice!Can’t wait! Til tomorrow….