Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Kaisercraft Holy Night

Hi: I have three different cards to present
 that were created from 

If you have read some of my past posts, you may know that I really love the versatility of Kaisercraft paper pads. They often have beautiful foiled, flocked, or embossed patterns along with punch out borders and tags.  The angel card above is an example of the gold printed foil pattern that is included in the dp pad.

Besides the beautiful background, I used Bazzill Gold Mirrored Cardstock to die cut the angel, then as a panel to mount the angel upon. 

The die is Spellbinders Die D-Lites "Holiday Angel." Sharon has a limited supply of this die, but also has the lovely Angel of Peace die that would also work with this design. 

After die cutting the angel, I lined it with Vellum #29 Clear (Sakura Quickie Glue Pen) as an added accent. 

The mirrored cardstock panel has a diagonal border of  May Art's 1.5" Sheer with Glitter Dot Ribbon (Ivory w/ Gold) crossing it. Thermoweb 3D Foam Strips were used for dimension.

My second design is extremely simple. The base of the card is from the "Holy Night" pad. A luxurious May Art's 1.25 Silk Bow (made with an Original Bow Easy) and Silver Assorted Glitter Jingle Bell add the only embellishment. 

Kaisercraft also has a matching stamp set for "Holy Night..." perfect for interior sentiments!

The third design from Kaisercraft "Holy Night" designer paper uses one of the borders and punch out sentiments included in the pad. 

A border of gold American Crafts Glitter Tape was also used along with another bow of May Art's 1.25" silk and a Gold Glitter Assorted jingle bell.

ScorTape and Thermoweb 3D Foam Strips were used in this design to hold everything together.

So, there you have it-- three different prints and designs from one fabulous pad! 

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