Monday, June 20, 2011

Kaisercraft and Glue Arts


This week Kaisercraft and Glue Arts have teamed up and the Kaisercraft Contributing Design Team will be sharing projects all week long on the Kaisercraft BLOG.

Here is my little project share created with the help of Glue Arts Glue Glinder PRO Handle & Extreme Tac Adhesive Cartridge, Extreme Adhesive Squares, 3D Adhesive Foam Blanks and of course a touch of yummy Kaisercraft Pink Gelato sweetness.

Sweet Gelato Cupcake


These cupcakes are a sweet indulgence without the calories! They also make for a cute gift and are quite easy to make. In the past I have constructed these little cupcakes with the aid of a hot glue gun, so I was very interested to see how the Glue Arts Glue Glider performed with adhering patterned paper to styrofoam – which might I add worked an absolute treat.

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… And keep checking back here for more projects by the Kaisercraft contributing Design Team using Glue Arts products all this week on the Kaisercraft BLOG.


'Sweet Gelato Cupcake' by Trudi Harrison. Materials Used: Glue Art Pro Glue Glider and Cartridge, Extreme Adhesive Squares – 1/2″ & 3/16″ x 3/16″ & 3D Adhesive Foam Blanks; Kaisercraft Sweet Gelato PP845 Paper Pad, Paper Blooms – F640 Fairy Floss, RI602 Grosgrain Ribbon – Little Girls, EM961 Flutterby’s – Bubblegum. Other: Styrofoam Ball, Martha Stewart Medallion Craft Punch, Tim Holtz Tattered Florals Die.


Kerryn said...

it's fabulous Trudi. They are so effective and make such a big impact.

scrapbookertink said...

OMG I am so in awe of your style, adore everything on here, such amazing work Trudi!

Kathie said...

Very gorgeous Trudi!!
Love Kathie

sandi said...

Wow! This is just soooooooooo pretty! Love everything from the top to the bottom!

Helen Tilbury said...

This is so beautiful Trudi - how you think up all these BTP things!! That's my downfall...don't do enough of them so trying to learn from you :)Have a great week!!

phamil said...

Wow, how delicate!!! And pretty!!!! Glue Arts was started here in Georgia, where I live!!! I still have a bunch of it from a DT I was on quite a few years ago!!!