Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Flutterby's, Flowers and Flourishes

Hello Again!

I've been having lots of creative fun with some of Kaisercraft's recently released gorgeous new Flutterby's, Paper Blooms and Wooden Flourishes.

Here are some of my creations featuring these

Kaisercraft wood flourishes are made of super thin plywood and I seriously **heart** these so much. Use them on your scrapbook pages, off the page projects, cards and more - you are only limited by your creative imagination. I really like them in their 'natural' state but they also look fantastic dressed up - mist, paint, ink them whatever takes your fancy! Make sure you check them all out HERE

For my layout 'Proud' I have showcased four of the new designs - Flourish Vine FL328, Magical Butterflies FL341, Butterfly FL339 and Hanging Plaque FL334.


And a Closer Look



Materials Used: Lush Collection Cherry Blossom P532, Bamboo P536, Maple P537; Rubons – Motivation RB906; Paper Blooms – Terracotta F635; Wood Flourishes – Flourish Vine FL328, Magical Butterflies FL341, Hanging Plaque F334 & Butterfly FL339

It's Wooden Flourishes week so make sure you visit the Kaisercraft Blog all this week for more layout, project and card inspiration from the Design Team.

Now these are just pretty - check them out HERE

Made of wire and fabric mesh, you can bling them, glitz them, bend them or leave them naturally beautiful - as I have done.

A little flutterby magic to dress up a pencil and one's handbag or in my case, camera bag

Altered Pencil


Materials: Flutterby’s Magical EM962, Magic Happens Collection Paper Pad, Organza Ribbon – Blue RI617. Other: Pencil or Pen

And a Bag Charm


I think it looks a bit cute hanging on my camera bag


Materials: Flutterby’s Magical EM962. Other: Assorted beads, jump rings, findings, chain, key ring

Paper Blooms

They are gorgeous and come in a variety of colours. Check them all out HERE

I have used Paper Blooms to add a touch of sweetness to some little paper keepsake booties.



Materials Used: Paper Blooms – Sea Breeze (F631) & Sage (F632), Organza Ribbon – Blue (RI617). Other: Cardstock, Lace. The pattern for these is available in the book ‘Paper Sculpt Sensation’ by Marion Elliot.
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