torsdag 26. mai 2016

Fun times layout, a tutorial with Kaisermists

This week, Kaisercraft is showing all their fantastic Kaisermists. I have created a layout with tutorial, using Kaisermists and the Always and Forever collection. The background paper is one of Kaisercraft's fantastic speciality paper with a glossy embossed pattern, perfect for working with Kaisermists.

17th of May is our national day in Norway, we celebrate that our constitution was signed in 1814. We celebrate our national day with kids parades, national costumes and bands. The national costumes we use are different, depending on which region they are from, and they are often inherited from one generation to the other. This is my daughter, when she was little, in the national costume that was made for her great grandmother, almost 100 years ago. All the girls in the family has used it.

For this layout, I have used the specialty paper from the Always and Forever collection and Kaisermists. 

I have used a lot of different sprays and mists, but I must say that Kaisermists is my favourite. The colour does not bleed, when it is dry, and it does not colour gesso, if you add gesso to dry mists. You may also use the mists to colour gesso, if you add the mists to the gesso.

I have added a tutorial to show how I have used the mists:

Kaisercraft products: Always and Forever collection: Crochet Doilies-Gloss, CD102 | P2095 Commitment | PP997 Paper Pad | GC105 Champagne glitter card stock |  KM111 Kaisermist White | KM116 Kaisermist Aqua | KM106 Kaisermist Denim |  KM101 Kaisermist Charcoal | DD755 Decorative Die Lace Boarder | DD504 Decorative Dies Doilies | DD547 Decorative Die Circle Vines | DD748 Decorative Die Summer Words | LDB1055 Wooden shapes Flowers | LDB1053  Wooden Shapes Butterfly | SB710 Rhinestone  Orange | F644 Mini Paper Blooms Coconut | F647 Mini Paper Blooms Iceberg | F632 Paper Blooms Sage | F627 Paper Blooms Coconut.

Other: White acrylic paint, straw, string and embossing powder.

2 kommentarer:

  1. Nydelig Layout! Vakkert og detaljerikt som alltid fra deg, Kirsten. Takk for inspirasjonen! Synes tradisjonen med bunader som går i arv er så flott. Koselig å vite all historien som ligger bak! Ha en fin kveld. Klem, Elizabeth

  2. Får vist ikke nok av dine videoer Dem er bare sååååå lekre :-)


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