Friday, 23 March 2018

Explosion Box

Hello everyone! I hope that you have had a wonderful week. Today I am sharing with you an explosion box. I plan to give this as a gift to my cousin who had recently been away on a family holiday. I have started to add some of the photos that they have shared inside, but I'll share with you how this box is like a mini album.

When you open the box this is your first view. It has three layers, each has a section that has been designed to hold photos.
The first layer has four mini waterfall sections that have magnetic closures.
The first layer also has four side pockets which have tags that have spots for photos an journaling.

The middle section has four pockets that contain a mini book. Each book has a space for four photos.

The final section has four belly bands, with enough room for tags and photos.

 Below I have a short video walk through which explains the mechanisms of this explosion box.



Kaisercraft Products: Misty Mountains Collection: P24496 Moody |P2498 Bokeh |P2500 Light Peaks| P2501 Eclipse |P2504 Divine | PP1040 Paper Pad|F642 Misty| F659 Misty| Cardstock - CD102 Licorice and CD114 Forest| Pearls SB785 Lavender |T321 Craft Glue| T314 Double Sided Tape
Other: Magnets | Flowers| Butterfly Die

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Saturday, 17 March 2018

Altenew Beautiful Day Cards

Hello everyone! I hope that all is well. Today I am sharing two cards that have made using the same stamp set. I have used the Altenew Beautiful Day stamps and coordinating dies to create my cards. I am a huge fan of the Altenew stamps. They have such beautiful stamp layering sets that are elegant and versatile to create cards with. These sets along with the inks are available from Meg's Garden.

For my first card, I stamped my card onto watercolour paper and heat set it with gold embossing powder. I used a combination of distress markers and Tombow markers to colour the stamps in.

For my second card, I used the Altenew ink to stamp the images, and the coordinating dies to cut them out. I used the following inks for the flower: pink diamond, pinkalicious, rubellite and razzleberry. For the leaves I used frayed leaf, forest glades and evergreen.

I used foam tape between my layers to add dimension.

Meg's Garden Supplies:

Altenew Beautiful Day Stamp and Die
Altenew Inks
Shabby Chic Backgrounds

Other: Spellbinders 5 x 7 heirloom legacy, Strathmore watercolour waterpaper, Spellbinders M- Bossabilities Dainty Dots, Versafine Onyx Black, Versamark, Kaisercraft Gold Printed Tape, Tim Holtz Watercolour Brush, Zing Gold Embossing Powder, Tombow marker 158 and 603, Distress Markers forest moss, dusty concord, aged mahogany, spiced marmalade, diamond stickles

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Wednesday, 14 March 2018

Best Wishes

Hello everyone. I hope that you are well. Today the Kaisercraft DT were asked to create something inspired by the pantone colour of the year. I decided to create a card and also to use the clear stamp from the Fairy Garden collection in my creation. This month, one of the collection released is called Misty Mountains and it features beautiful hues of I combined the two!

I used my copic markers to colour the fairy and used my clear wink of stella pen to add some shimmer to her and also to my background.

Kaisercraft Products:PP1040 Paper Pad |CS322- Clear Stamps- Fairy Garden| CardstockCD101 Coconut and CD114 Forest| Decorative Die – DD369 Oval Vintage Frame, DD504 Doilies and DD508 Nesting Ovals |Mini Paper Blooms – F642 Misty|T321 Craft Glue| T302 Mounting Foam
Other: Copic Markers | Lace| Distress Ink| Clear Wink of Stella| Flowers

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Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Kaisercraft Fairy House

Hello everyone! Today I am sharing a fairy house which I created using on old jar that once had cookies ....... lots of cookies!!! Over on the Kaisercraft blog, the DT are sharing Girls Room decor items and I decided to make a fairy house. I was inspired by the Fairy Garden papers and thought that little girls love fairies and why not make something that they would love to have in their room.

I used an embossing folder to add texture to the door and also die cut lots of leaves to add dimension to the foliage around the windows. I used the fairies from the collectables and adhere one to the front using foam tape.

I also placed some fairies strategically looking out of the windows as well.

Kaisercraft have also release their own brand of foamiran which is called art foam. Here are my first flowers made using this product.

This is such a beautiful collection...whimsical and fun.


Kaisercraft Products: Fairy Garden Collection: P2489 Magical| P2491 Fluttering| PS519 Flutterby - Glitter|GC117 Blush| Cardstock – CD109 Chocolate, CD114 Forest and CD142 Ballet| Embossing Folder – EF271 – Metal Plates| Art Foam- SF901 White, SF908 Blossom, SF906 Marigold, SF919 Lagoon and SF920 Sage| Decorative Die – DD881 – 3D Layered Peony | Ink Pads – IP726 Island, IP725 Petal Pink and IP731 Berry| Glitter Tape – PT228 - Mint| Pearls - SB786 Rose| T321 Craft Glue| T302 Mounting Foam

Other: Stamens I Wink of Stella Glitter Pen | Glass Jar | Border Punch |Flower Dies |Hot Glue Gun

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