Monday, August 11, 2014

Moment w/ Kaisercraft

 Hello!
 I hope you're enjoying some beautiful summer days in your area. We've had some heavy down pours here lately but I'm really enjoying it because we tend to be quite hot and dry this time of year normally. 
Today I have a beautiful photo I took of my daughter a couple years ago on a hike we took:


I used the lovely Telegraph Road line from Kaisercraft. I started with the Notes paper as my base. It's so lovely that you almost want to just stick your photo down and be done with the page. I think you definitely could, but I added some paper strips from Memo and Message.


Then I got busy layering a barcode strip along with some ribbons. I also used a corner punch on the Message paper and a couple of the washi looking stickers from the sticker sheet.


I backed my photo with Letter after using the corner punch and a border punch on it. Then wrapped it with some twine and hid some flowers and journaling behind it. For my journaling card I used one of the ledger die-cuts, cut this tag from the sticker sheet apart to add to it with the tab at the top and then added the moment sticker.
I finished up by adding some little flowers from my stash in the lower corner of the photo, layered the Better Laughing die-cut and little heart sticker. As usual, I inked all of my edges. I used black this time because I knew it would really make everything pop.

You can find this line in the Speedy Scrappers store. We would love to have you share your projects with us on the facebook page!
Have a great weekend and thanks for stopping by!
:)Ange

4 comments:

Leslie Germain said...

GORGEOUS layout! Love how you put it together. Beautiful daughter and colors used!!

blbabe1234 said...

Very stunning! Love your instructions on how you did what you did. This KaiserCraft collectio is gorgeous, and you rocked it!

Kelly R said...

Wow, this is so pretty. I love the fabulous colors and the lady-like style of the lo. Awesome!

wendipooh13 said...

ok wow!!! Totally LOVE LOVE your amazing page, the colors are so bold and fun!!!!! gorgeous work

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