Saturday, 19 May 2012

Introducing Magnolia Grove...

This really is a beautiful range from Kaisercraft. It has to be one of my favourites!!!
If you're looking at doing heritage layouts then this is a must!

Of course I have a full selection of heritage photos, but how could I pass up using this photo. The colours perfectly matched the papers!

 Yes it is a photo of my mother!!!

It also lends itself to beautiful cards...

I tried my hand at a tri-fold Lattic card.

And for my off-the-page project I created an tabbed album for my stamps. It won't actually hold my stamps but an index for them to make it easier to find the stamp I want for my project.

I created the little bird on the cover with air-drying clay using one of the silicon moulds I got from Moulds from Mel. She has some great moulds for a great price so check her out at

I actually really do love this album, and the beauty of it is I can repurpose it into a heritage album if I like.
Gotta love those dual use creations!!!

On a sad note, tonight I completed my final project for Kaisercraft, though you won't see it for 5 or 6 weeks. I only have the computer work to do and I'm all finished.
Where has the last 12 months gone???

Monday, 14 May 2012


I'm a bad blogger... in my defense... I've had lots going on!

But I'm here to share my projects for this month with the new Kaiser releases Rock Pool and Magnolia Grove.
Today I'm going share my Rock Pool projects.
This is a really fun range full of lots of cuteness, great for beach shots!!!

So my layout...

These photos were taken up in Denham a few years ago.

The papers are great for photos like this!

And my card... well in this case, I made some Pool Party invites....

It's a great range for something like that!

And my off-the-page!
I stripped off an old canvas from it's frame and then used the frame to create a 3D picture using the collectables. It was actually quite easy to create with foam layer tape.

 Add some "googly eyes" to the creatures and it's a great fun piece of art!!!!