Saturday, August 1, 2015

Happy Birthday with Angela

HI there! Angela here with Happy Birthday card and you can NEVER have enough birthday cards!!!  I have had a play with my new MFT basic stitched edges die and I ♥LOVE ♥ it! The stitched die has taken over the card making world!!! and I have joined in! And I have quite a little collection going.









* Trim red card stock 10.5cm x 28 cm and fold in half portrait
*Trim Black card stock 10.5 x 14 cm 
*Trim white card stock 9.5 cm x 14 cm
* with the MFT Stitched edge die, place die towards the bottom of the cardstock and die cut
*Once through the machine, DON'T move the cardstock.
*GENTLY lift up the die and move up the cardstock to die cut again. Turn it around to create a different shape.
*Run through machine and repeat once more. 
*Adhere to black cardstock leaving a little gap between each piece.
*stamp sentiment along bottom with versafine black onyx
* Adhere 3 red enamel dots
* Adhere to red card base.




Thursday, July 30, 2015

Ongard baby boy by Judith Armstrong

Good  morning, Judith here today with my second layout featuring Kaisercraft Little One. I am a frequent visitor to the zoo and love taking photographs of the animals. When I saw this collection and all the elephants I immediately thought about the baby elephants at Melbourne Zoo. These photos are all of Ongard the second, and first male of the baby elephants born at the zoo in recent years.



And a couple of close ups:



This is how I created this layout
  1. Use Kaisercraft Little One Noah as the base.
  2. Cut a circle out of Kaisercraft Little One Jack. I used a dinner plate as a template. My size was 24.5cm diameter.
  3. Cut a 5cm strip of  Kaisercraft Little One Ollie and cut triangles out of both ends.
  4. Place circle on middle of base and Ollie strip horizontally across the middle of the page. 
  5. Position photos on page. I have used 4 4x3 inch photos - 2 landscape and 2 portrait. 
  6. Embellish with diecuts from Collectables and stickers from the sticker sheet using foam tape to add height to some of them. 
  7. Add title.

I hope this has inspired you to maybe think a little outside the box when using collections.








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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Metallic Embossing Paste - a card & video by Therese.

Hi Everybody,


It's Therese here and today I have a love affair with metallic embossing paste....  Oh my it's awesome!   I filmed as I created so you can watch the process.





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