The very last card in this series ( Kaisercraft On This day) is a card and a box. On the right is the box, left is the card. I used a piece of the 12 x 12 paper, collectables, lace, ribbon, and an assortment of flowerts for this one, and inked all my edges with spun sugar distress ink.Today has been a day of cooking, and cleaning but I have managed to spend an hour or so in the craft room making more cards with bo bunny primrose. These ones I will be able to photo, but not til next week as Nathan has been busy fixing other peoples malfunctioning computers! he is very in demand that boy! Til tomorrow….
Two cards today, both using Kaisercraft On This day paper pad and collectables.The top card is still following the wedding themd, but the bottom card is a sympathy card. a lot of the images in this collection can be used for so many different themes. I have had a lovely day in the craft room – actually finished using one paper collection, tidied a little bit, ad then made a dozen Mothers day cards. Those ones won’t make it to my blog as I have had to put them straight into my lunch room boxes as people are already asking for them.I have also palyed alittle bit with my new bo bunny paper – took a card or two to settle into the swing of that paper but I am on a roll now! til tomorrow….
Kaisercraft On This day 6″paper pad and matching collectables. I have used a scalloped edge punch for the top layer, and wrapped my ribbon around that before sticking to the card front. A ribbon bow and some kindyglitz to finish! I saw the new kaisercraft papers today, but ( shock) I didn’t buy any!I must really be serious about using up the over abundance of paper in my craft room!I did however buy some sheets of the new bo bunny paper – Primrose. I fell in love with the pastel colours in that range , so hopefully will get into the craft room this weekend to make some Mothers day cards with it. Til tomorrow….
A wedding card today, made with kaisercraft On this day 6″paper pad and collectables. I sponged all my edges with Spun Sugar distress ink, and added a satin ribbon , lace and some prima flowers to finish.Today I have moved on from little girl cards, and made some cards with just a few sheets of bo bunny paper that I picked up last month. I am gradually working my way through the backlog of older paper, but to be honest I can’t even see where I have taken it from…. Til tomorrow….
A couple of weeks ago I decided I had to make some wedding, engagement and anniversary cards for my boxes( The fair I am doing in June is not far away now and I have to fill those boxes!)and I pulled out this paper – Kiasercraft On This day. Up til now I hadn’t done much with it, so I went to town and I have a few cards in this series to show you over thew next few days. For this card I used the 6″ paper pad, and matching collectaboles, as well as a lovely satin ribbon, and it’s all mounted on stampin up cardstock. today meanwhile, I have dug deep into the paper archives looking for papers to make little girl cards, ( there’s not much in there for this genre!)and I have made a dozen, which Nathan and I will photo tomorrow.Til tomorrow….
I don’t often use patterned papers for wedding cards – I usually like quite plain cards with a little cuttlebugging for these type of cards, but this paper is from Kiasercraft and called On This day so I thought it was wholly appropriate for a wedding card! I also used the matching collectables, and the stamp set that is released to match this collection. I heat embossed the sentiment with gold embossing powder, and added a little lace and opal liquid pearls. I am now all organised for my craft fair this weekend, and getting quite excited – can’t wait to meet so many fellow crafters in one place..Til tomorrow…