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Kaisercraft Finalist Entry 2015 -2016

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Hi everyone!
Here are my finalist entries for the Kaisercraft Design Team.
 I was sent two stunning collections to work with, collections that won't be available until later in the year. I have to say, both were simply gorgeous and had so many creative possibilities. I was asked to do a layout and a card for each collection....
so this is what I have done!
Silver Bells CollectionI am such a 'blue and silver' Christmas girl and fell in love this collection. It is primarily soft blues and pink with all the nostalgia and romance of Christmas. I love that the collection features snippets of traditional Christmas with many gorgeous Santa scenes. 
For my layout I went 'overboard' with glitter...after all, it is Christmassy! I glittered the background page and used texture paste, mists and more glitter with stencils to create a trail of stars. Then there were glitter frames to accentuate the photo and title and lots of die cut leaves. Oh and did I mentioned that …

Say Aloha Collection from Kaisercraft

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Hi papercrafters. 
On todays post I am sharing the projects I have done for Kaisercraft using the 'Say Aloha' collection. It is su fun, bright and sunny. I have a video for you to look at too....scroll down to find it. I hope it gives you some inspiration!

‘Love’ Layout
Kaisercraft Products Used: Patterned Paper – P1817 Palm; P1819 Mimosa; P1815 Rainforest; P1820 Papaya; P1816 Pina Colada. Collectables CT826. T326 Glue Runner. T303 Foam Tape.



‘Card Quickies’ 
Did you notice the two lovely papers designed for making quick and easy cards in the ‘Say Aloha’ Collection? I have taken one of these papers and combined it with some collectables to make four very easy ‘quickies’…so much fun!
Kaisercraft Products Used: Patterned Paper P1822 Weave. Collectables CT826. T326 Card and envelope packs – CD511 White;  CD501 White. Glue Runner. T303 Foam Tape. Other Products Used: Kindy Glitz.


Rolled Flower Decorative Die – Card & video
I was asked by some ‘Kaisercrafters’ to do a video…