Wednesday, April 27, 2011

A little Kaisercraft Chanteuse 'Happiness'

Hello Lovely People!!

Easter Greetings and Blessings to you all.

I hope you all had a wonderful time spent with family and friends over the recent Easter Break. I managed some 'time out' and did spend some quality time with my beautiful family over the last few days.

Can I also just say WOW!!!

Thank You for all of your lovely comments for the both the Kaisercraft Easter Bunny Blog Hop and the Deb's Creations Emerald Faeries Blog Hop. A big welcome also to all my lovely new followers.

The Kaisercraft Blog Hop winners have been announced on the Kaisercraft Blog which you can check out HERE if you haven't done so already.

The Deb's Creations Blog Hop winners will be announced very soon in a separate post.

Sadly, my layout for the Deb's Creations Blog Hop will also pretty much be my last project for Deb's Creations. Although I am particularly fond of the Emerald Faeries, I have had to make the decision to step down from the team due to preceding commitments. There are a couple of other projects which I have created for Deb's Creations but cannot share just at the moment. I hope to be able to share these with you very soon.

And now onto some scrappiness which I can share......

I have been creating with the Kaisercraft Chanteuse Collection - YAY!!

Here is the first of my projects using this wonderful range that Kaisercraft sent me recently.

This collection without a doubt is gorgeous. I found it to be a delightful mix of shabby vintage loveliness - just the right amount to make any girl happy.

I couldn't go past the floral blooms and ornate elements when I set about creating this layout recently



I was inspired to come out from behind the camera for this one and have created a little 'inner self' layout dedicated to me. The rub on sentiment is from the Inner Self B & W rub ons.


The Chanteuse papers are perfect for fussy cutting. Floral images have been cut out from the Staccato patterned paper and layered with printed chipboard elements.

In the Chanteuse paper pad, there is a gorgeous foiled page of frames. I have cut out one and slipped this behind the photo along with a set of Iron Gate wood flourishes - aren't they stunning!


Materials Used: Chanteuse Collection Patterned Papers – P638 Staccato, P641 P640 Vivo, Eco, PP840 Paper Pad, JT616 Mini Journal Tag, CB125 Printed Chipboard, Die Cut Elements DC337, Paper Blooms – Dusty Pink, Wood Flourishes – Iron Gate FL337, Rhinestone Flourishes – Elegant Antique Rose RS548, B&W Rub- Ons Inner Self RB907.

Other: Border Punch, Butterfly Die

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