Wednesday, 28 December 2011

Kaisercraft #4 December Saturday Sketch

I’ve been scrapbooking for a little while now and in that time I didn’t follow sketches. I’m a convert, I love them! I have decided that I need to start using up my supplies and sketches are a fabulous way to achieve this.

The layout that I’ve completed is the Kaisercraft #4 Saturday sketch. 

My interpretation of the sketch:

To create the circular frame, cut a 7 ½” inch circle from the chipboard using the curvy cutter. Cut a 7” circle to create a circular frame. Using the chipboard select the Spellbinders Shapeabilities dies to cut 4 fleur de lis motifs and four fancy tags. Ink the die cut shapes as well as the frame using antique linen, then apply the creme de chocolate followed by iridescent gold glimmer mists.

Once dry glue the fleur de lis die cuts in the NESW positions on the frame. Cut the end of each of the die cut tags. The lace work is glued underneath the circular frame, evenly spaced between the fleur de lis motifs.

These flowers were created using the Spellbinders Shapeabilities spiral blossom one die using Devonshire - Clarabelle paper.

Supplies I used:
Paper: Kaisercraft Devonshire Collection - Clarabelle, Victorian Rose, Aurora, Devonshire Collection 6” paper pad
Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink antique linen, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist Crème de Chocolate, iridescent gold
Embellishments: Kaisercraft Paper blooms sea breeze, mini paper blooms olive, Kaiserscrapbook wood flourishes, Spellbinders Shapeabilities Fleur de Lis motifs, Spellbinders Shapeabilities Fancy Tags, Spellbinders Shapeabilities spiral blossom one, Sizzix Sizzlits little leaves, Kaisercraft alpha chipboard, chipboard, olive green cardstock, EK Success Curvy Cutter Circle template set.

Thanks for looking!

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  1. This is so beautiful! What a wonderful way to use the accents and the fancy tags! Gorgeous creation!

  2. Thanks so much! I am trying to use embellishments more creatively!

  3. Thankyou for showing me away to use items I have that are the same as what you used

  4. Thanks Pam. You really have to try to think creatively to get the most out of your resources.


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