Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Kaisercraft: Little Toot

Jessica Toulmin here again for you today. This is my second and last post using the Kaisercraft: Little Toot range (sorry I can't link to the first one because for some reason it isn't there anymore).

I have thoroughly enjoyed being able to play with this line. It is full of red, orange, green and blue – but they’re not really bright and crisp colours, they are more muted which means they match so many more photos. And the vehicle images are adorable!

Today I have for you a layout, and four cards made using some of the scraps.

Stop and Wonder

To replicate this layout you will need:
white textured cardstock; Kaisercraft: Little Toot - Bang, Cruise, Honk and Road Trip (specialty) papers; Kaisercraft: Little Toot - chipboard elements; Echo Park: A Boy’s Life - alpha cardstock stickers; May Arts: celery and scarlet 3/8 grosgrain ribbons; clear and light blue rhinestones, like these ones from Melissa Frances; double sided tape, foam dots/ tape, white and blue ink pens.

To make the caravan journaling spot:

1. Take the car and caravan from the chipboard set.
2. Remove the strip from the caravan with a craft knife.
3. Trace around the caravan, and cut inside the line – so the paper is slightly smaller than the caravan. Then cut a half circle for the wheel well.
4. After writing on the journaling spot, attach it to the caravan with foam dots/ tape. Finally, add a rhinestone for the wheel. Attach to the layout with double sided tape.

Now for the cards.

All four of these cards were made with left-overs after making the layouts.

To replicate this cards you will need:
one sheet of 12x12, textured, white cardstock; Kaisercraft: Little Toot Bang, Honk and Road Trip (specialty) left over paper strips; Echo Park: A Boy’s Life - alpha cardstock stickers; Fancy Pants: Tradition buttons; Green Tara: gold fringeribbon; double sided and foam tape/ dots, thread.

Next month I will have projects for you using Echo Park and 7 Gypsies.

Until then, take care.


Heidi said...

wow Jessica - you have done a wonderful job with this range of products,

Erin Blegen said...

Beautiful work!! Love the variety!


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