Farewell kaisercraft Bonjour…

IMG_7616 (Medium)IMG_7617 (Medium)For the next couple of days you will see a last few cards from kaisercraft Bonjour paper collection ( sorry the bottom card is a little blurry – Nathan must have sneezed!).I made a final 1/2 dozen or so before consigning the leftover papers and collectables to the craft fair pile. The top card has some fussy cutting, punched leaves, flowers and a die cut – Couture Creations Albert and Simonnetta, although I dispensed with Albert and just used Simonetta! Love how her name is French – fitted with the theme perfectly! I die cut her first on plain cardstock ( flesh toned) and then again on patterned paper and cut out the bits I wanted. The bottom card is all papers, layers and fussy cutting. I must go and pack my bag – I am off to the retirement village to teach a lesson this afternoon – looking forward to seeing my ladies! Til tomorrow…..

Another Bonjour….

I have had a great creative day… first setting up my January lesson over at paper flourish, and then continuing at home this afternoon as I was on a creative roll.. don’t you love it when ideas come together! I am back on my mission of finishing with some of my paper collections so I am trying not to jump from one to another… so difficult…. Todays card is created from kaisercraft Bonjour collection, including the fussy cut butterflies. The flower is a sizzix die – flower layers no. 9, and the Thanks is also a sizzix die. I just added a Stampin up vintage brad, a strip of bling and some lace. Back to the craft room.. Til tomorrow…

Bonjour ….5

This is the last card in my kaisercraft Bonjour collection series. I used Stampin Up early espresso cardstock,pink bazzil cardstock, prima flower, green seam binding and perfect pearls. I do love this paper, and will revisit it when I get a chance! This week I have been busy making baby cards, and I have an order to do tonight. Til tomorrow….

Bonjour…3

This is card number 3 in my¬† Kaisercraft Bonjour series. I used the paper, stickers and tag on this one. the cardstock is Stampin up Early espresso, and I also used a martha stewart punch. We had a lovely day over at Kays today, found out why she wanted us to bring a straw and paintbrush, learnt some new techniques and had some laughs along the way.I’m sure she will show the cards using these techniques on her blog ( check my sidebar) at some stage. I have an idea for a box card and my new little tim Holtz birdcage die which I must go and put together before it drives me nuts …. Til tomorrow….