had some fun with the wonderful stamp new Clear Stamp Set (CS250). I
floated a piece of vellum over the top of the stamped image to try and
emulate water. Tearing adds texture and interest on the base of this
Kaisercraft Products Used:
‘Coastal Escape’ Collection – PP991 Paper Pad | CT850 Collectables |
CD651 Kraft Card | IP719 Ink Pad Black | FL574 Flourish Pack
Other Products Used: Vellum | Fine Twine | Sequins.
I saw this, loved it and after
decorating it love it even more. It is a very inexpensive project and
because I chose to use the ink pad on it instead of painting it, it is a
super quick project. There is also a gorgeous heart shelf (SB2403) that
I have my eye on, I think it will feature my darling hubby!
chose to make some simple chipboard (CB155) photo stands instead of
sticking photos on my project, that way I can be flexible and change the
layout when my son brings me new shells – he hunts for perfectly
formed miniatures! Love using the Kasier stamp pads to colour my wood.
On this project, Ink Pad ‘726 Island’ looks washed, I love that! Run
your pad along the wood, one way will run smoothly, the other will be
rough, obviously go with the smooth!
love the Kaisercraft corked bottles, they are super cute! Here I have
filled one with sand and the other with some of my sons prized mini
shell collection! I have popped the starfish out by using 3 layers of
Kaisercraft Foam tape (T303). The wave border, taken off the sticker
sheet acts as a perfect barrier and keeps things on the shelf. After
sticking, I brushed talc on the back of the waves to make it ‘not
Have you tried the Alphabet dies from
Kasiercraft yet? In this layout I cut them out in Jac paper, (a double
sided adhesive paper available from most good craft shops) and then
peeled the backing paper off and stuck them to my layout. I then peeled
the front paper off and poured on fine sand. After shaking off the
excess I was left with a rether cool title! Did you also notice how I
splattered white Gesso on my background paper, adds a nice subtle
slightly textured element.
Tearing strips for sand or water is
goes together that jelly and ice cream…yum! Have fun creating your
layers and roughing up those edges!
think the little details add to the mix and often make a fab layout.
Notice the new Cracke Designer Template (IT905) that I used in the
background and then spritzed with Kasier mist. I used a dark brown
pencil to make the overlapping iron slates stand out more and Glossy
Accents on the old nailheads!
Kaisercraft Products Used:
‘Old Mac Collection’ – P2047 Animals | P2048 Rusty | P2050 Homegrown |
P2046 Cowhide |P2043 Countryside | SS306 Sticker Sheet | CT849
Collectables | PP 990 Paper Pad | DD547 Decorative Vines | DD 359 Gum
Nuts | IP 724 Ink Pd Bark| LDB1024 Kraft Tag With Eyelet.
Other Products Used: Brown Coloured Pencil | Glossy Accents.