Thursday, June 29, 2017

Kaisercraft Sage and Grace Publication and Cards with Instructions

Kaisercraft Sage and Grace Publication by Alicia McNamara

Hello Crafty Friends,

I'm playing catch-up today and blogging my last layout and Publication for Sage and Grace.  A lovely photo of my brother and his wife on their wedding day.

Full details on how to create this layout can be found on the Kaisercraft Webpage here.

Kaisercraft Sage and Grace Publication by Alicia McNamara

Materials used: 

PAPERS: Sage & Grace Collection - P2312 Render, P2309 Dainty, P2307 Blush, P2311 Pink Peony. KC PRODUCTS: CT881 Collectables, PP1019 Paper Pad, SS338 Sticker Sheet, Flourish Packs - FL600 Garden, FL586 Frames & FL590 Love, Pearls – SB786 Rose, 6x6 Designer Template – IT444 Scratchy, Decorative Die – DD757 Large Flourishes, Clear Stamp - CS257 Background Script, Ink Pad – IP719 Black, Paper Blooms – F641 Dusty Pink, Mini Paper Blooms – F657 Fairy Floss, Kaisercolour Paint - KC013 Dusty Pink, CL104 Gel Pen Box - 48 Colours. OTHER: Cheesecloth, Organza Ribbon. 

Instructions:

Trim RENDER to 11 ½ inches x 11 ½ inches and ink the edges with Black Ink. Place Scratchy Template on top of RENDER and paint with Dusty Pink Paint and ink with Black Ink Pad. Stamp Background Script onto RENDER in a diagonal line from corner to corner. Layer photo onto paper from Paper Pad with mounting tape and position in the centre of the page. Fussy cut flowers from BLUSH paper. Cut Large Flourishes from PINK PEONY paper. Layer fussy cut flowers, large flourishes, Collectables and Wooden Flourishes in a diagonal fashion from corners of photo to corners of page. Embellish with Dusty Pink Paper Blooms, Cheese Cloth and butterflies from Collectables and Sticker Sheet. Add Rose Pearls in clusters of three. Attach “Great Moment” Title Sticker in bottom Left-hand corner.  

Kaisercraft Sage and Grace Publication by Alicia McNamara

These were a couple of super quick and easy cards I made using the Sage and Grace Collection too.

Kaisercraft Sage and Grace Card by Alicia McNamara

Materials used: 

PP1019 Paper Pad, CT881 Collectables, F657 Mini Paper Blooms – Fairy Floss, FL590 Wooden Flourishes – Love, IP725 Ink Pad – Petal Pink, CD101 Card Stock – Coconut, DD755 Decorative Die – Lace Borders.  Other: Kindy Glitz

Instructions:


Cut Coconut Card Stock to 4 ½ inches x 12 inches and fold in half to make base card.  Cut striped paper from Paper Pad to 4 ½ x 6 inches and layer onto front of card.  Cut two Lace Border Dies from white paper in the Paper Pad.  Layer these under a 2 ¼ x 6 inch green strip and adhere to base card.  Choose four hearts from Collectables and position with mounting tape onto centre of green strip.  Ink two wooden flourishes with Petal Pink ink and glue to three of the hearts.  Cover wooden flourishes with Kindy Glitz.  Glue one small paper bloom to fourth heart.


Kaisercraft Sage and Grace Card by Alicia McNamara

Materials used: 

PP1019 Paper Pad, SS338 Sticker Sheet, BRB606 Organza Ribbon, CD101 Card Stock – Coconut,

Instructions:

Cut Coconut Card Stock to 5 inches x 10 ½ inches and fold in half to make base card.  Cut polk-a-dot paper from Paper Pad to 3 ½ x 5 inches and layer onto front, top section of card.  Cut pink paper from paper pad to 2 x 5 inches and layer onto bottom section of card.  Take two lace stickers from Sticker Sheet and layer over the join between the two papers. Cut ¼ x 5 inch strip of white paper from the paper pad and layer over the join between the two lace stickers.  Tie organza ribbon over the top of the white strip.  Cut sentiment from Paper pad and adhere to right-hand side of Organza bow with mounting tape.


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