Friday, November 19, 2010

Kaisercraft After Five Reveal: Baby Chino


Today, I have my last Kaisercraft After Five layout share. This one I have kept the design elements clean and simple. Colour has been introduced with the photo series and the theme is an everyday moment - just showing the versatility of this gorgeous collection and the fact that you are not limited to just the 'formal' and 'wedding' type photo.

Baby Chino

Materials Used: After Five Collection Patterned Papers Waltz (P586), Curtsy (P584), Corsage (P585), Confetti Speciality Paper (PS124), Paper Pad (PP833), Die Cuts (DC329), Journal Tags (JT609), Small Lowercase Chipboard Alphas (CB101), Chipboard Alphas #3 (CB109). Other: White Puff Embossing Powder, White Ink, Rachelle Minett Faux Metal Technique


I used Rachelle Minett's Faux Metal Technique for altering the large Kaisercraft chipboard alpha's - the effect reminded me of the chocolate dusting on the top of a cappuchino. I have used some white puffy embossing powder on the smaller alphas to reflect a 'frothy milk' effect.

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