I have had so much fun this week creating with Kaisercraft. One of my favorite companies with fun and versatile products. They are located in Australia... a place where my mom had hoped to visit some day but sadly didn't get too. I too have the same hopes. Kaisercraft has crafting papers, embellies, wood, stickers, die cuts, home decor, on and on. I made a beautiful layout with a photo of my daughter not long before she gave birth to her first daughter. The soft colors perfectly enhanced the soft photo. I added ink to edges to age, rhinestones, ribbons, a wood clock and it is stunning if I do say so myself.

Next I made a Christmas card. I took some brick colored Bazzill textured cardstock, used my deckle edge paper trimmer cutter and made the "bricks," I then antiqued them. To make the mortar I used Tim Holtz White Crackle paint and added some black acrylic paint to get the right color. I scored and folded a piece of cardstock to make a 3-D chimney. Next...a few bricks and mortar and voila - a chimney. Using the Kaisercraft December 25th collection I cut out one of the Santas and placed him "going down the chimney."

The last project I made was a shadow box for my new great-nephew. First I spray painted with Krylon textured bronze metallic paint. Gorgeous results, my hubby and I have used that to redo an entrance table and the end results were stunning. I used the Hunt and Gather collection to decorate. Very masculine and will perfectly match the "camo" deco of his nursery that my nephew insisted his first son have! So... it was a fun week of creating for me :)
Photos to follow.....

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