Home Before Christmas

This was my last layout before I rushed out the door and onto a flight for freezing London and the birth of my brand new grandchild!

BUT – I was going to be home in time for Christmas – so decided to use Kaisercraft’s Home for Christmas range for my layout.

Inspiration for this layout came from the brand new Chippie and Charm packs available now at my2angels. This one is called Candid Camera, and contains two chipboard Filmstrips – slightly different in size, a chipboard ”Smile” inside a scribbled circle and three silver charms – a camera, a small ”laugh” charm and a larger ”Remember the Moments” pendant charm.

I printed my photos in a filmstrip style – these were taken last Christmas – and arranged them between the two chipboard pieces. All my chipboard was heat embossed using the Emboss-It Dabber and White Embossing Powder. The embossing is two or three layers thick, giving it that nice almost pure white look.

A piece of Green & White Bakers Twine is looped in and around the bottom of the film strips and photos, and I have threaded the three silver charms from the kit onto it.

The cute ”Smile” chipboard sits at the top, offset on a Christmas Memories sticker from the Home for Christmas Sticker sheet included in the paper pack.

The flowers are White Pointsettias, White Cherry Blossoms, White Hip Rosebuds, White Stamen Berry Spray Clusters, Green Foam Artificial Berries with Sugar Coating and Green 1cm Roses.

Also scattered around the page are some dots made with Evergreen Pearl Drops and a few Clear Rhinestone Dots. The two Christmas Tickets in the photo below are also stickers from the Kaisercraft Home for Christmas Paper Pack. 

I wish each and every one of you, and everyone you love a very happy and safe New Year xxx

PS…It was a girl🙂

OK – NOW it’s almost Christmas!

Since it is November and all the other holidays have been cleared away I think it’s OK to finally start on Christmas🙂

 The papers, chipboard shapes and Ephemera I used for this layout are all from Couture Creations ”Christmas Emporium” collection.

These are lovely papers – double sided, two of each design in the pack, not too thin, not too thick….in fact they’re just right! A mix of Christmas designs in blue, grey, green, and red. There are birds, music, holly wreaths and sprigs, postage stamps and vintage photos to choose from – what more could you want!

I chose to use a blue/grey and white combination for my masculine layout

No title this time – but doesn’t he look like a Christmas Angel?

The background treatment for this layout is so simple, and something I haven’t done for quite a long time. Rather than my usual obsess over mixed media, texture paste and paint I have used heat embossing to create my snowy overlay. For the white edges of the papers I used the Emboss-it Dabber to wet the torn edges then dipped them in white embossing powder and heated. The snowflakes were stamped with Emboss-it ink and then heat embossed the same way. To add the extra white snow ”dots” on the top  I dabbed the embossing ink with an ink blending tool through the Kaisercraft 12×12 Christmas Quarters Template.


While I was in the embossing mood I also made the pointsettia flowers decorating this layout. I had previously made some ATC’s for my regular swap – the technique for this month was using bleach. I made an extra card for myself – you can see it on the bottom left of the photo. The pointsettia is stamped and embossed onto the same blue paper as the background. When you paint the petals with bleach they turn into that lovely lighter turquoise. I liked the effect so much that I repeated it several times for this layout🙂 The centres are just a scatter of Silver Microbeads over a few dots of Glossy Accents

The ATC card and the photo are popped up on Kaisercraft Foam Tape.

Other flowers are Two tone Antique Blue roses, White half-open rosebuds and White Pointsettias. I substituted the orange stamens in the centre of the Pointsettias with a Clear Rhinestone Dot.

Two Large Silver Snowflakes and a Happy Silver Snowman are hanging down on some Silver chain and to finish off there is a scattering of Crushed Ice Sugar Beads.

In the bottom corner of my layout (for balance) is a gorgeous  Family Silver and White Charming Word. There’s another dangling Happy Silver Snowman charm there, and a Silver Spoon is not quite containg some more pretty Sugar Beads. The two chipboard shapes under the photo above come from the Christmas Emporium Chipboard Shapes pack and card with the wreath on it below comes from the Christmas Emporium Ephemera pack.

I guess I’m ALMOST ready for Christmas now🙂

 

Final ATC’s for 2015

The last ATC swap for 2015 is done and dusted. The criteria for this one – Bottle Blonde – using bleach, and a touch of yellow or gold.

Here are my six ATC’s

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Some of the petals are painted with bleach to make the pretty turquoise colour. The touch of gold is around the edge of the card, in the rub-on word and the microbead centres.

I hope the six ladies I made them for are happy🙂

No, still not Christmas here!

The wonderful thing about being a part of the scrapping world, and the enormous pool of creativity that goes with it, is that you can browse through the internet, Pinterest etc for hours and then find inspiration from your closest (cyber) friends.

That happened to me with this project. At the my2angels retreat I saw Tracy’s beautiful pink birdcage, and all the gorgeous other coloured ones that the ladies made from her kit and I thought to myself – Wow! That would look awesome for Halloween!!

Mind you, we don’t really celebrate Halloween here – a few chocolates in case the local kids drop in and we mostly eat them all ourselves🙂 BUT I think this cage looks awesome anyway, by day….

….and by night.

Here’s what I used on the background…I repeated this on both sides:

Black Soot Distress Stain

Ferro Metal Effect Textured Paint (Graphite) – through a brick stencil

Some of the spider webs were stamped with Emboss-It ink and heat embossed with Zing Clear embossing powder, the others…more visible here, are the result of Emboss-It ink dabbed through a stencil using an Ink Blending Tool and then Perfect Pearls (Pearl) dry-brushed over the top. The Perfect Pearls powder clings to the ink and reflects the light beautifully. Because it’s dry brushed you can easily control the amount of shine and can blur and blend the edges.

Finally, around the edges, a few thick blobs of Viva Decor Transparent Crackle Paint with Licorice Twist Sugar Beads pressed in while it’s still wet.

There’s a battery operated tealight candle in the house…you can turn it on from the back and replace it easily. Here’s the back:

The bottom of the cage is covered with some muslin dipped in Black Soot Distress stain and scrunched up to dry. My little prison/house has just about the same treatment as the background…the Viva Decor Transparent Crackle Paint and Licorice Twist Sugar Beads are on the roof. Here are a few close-ups

The poor skeleton is chained to the house using some Antique Bronze Iron Chain and a jumpring, and this chain, along with some Black Iron Chain is also used on the house and on the outside of the cage. Have you noticed that the skeletons eyes (and the raven’s and owl’s eyes too) are Orange Rhinestones? He has a little Antique Bronze birdcage inside his birdcage with him.

An Antique Bronze Filigree Corner and an Antique Bronze Round Flower Filigree decorate the front of the house. The bat and the 13 on the number plate are from Tim Holtz’ Halloween Ideaology Remnant Rubs.

See if you can spot the 5 Black Spider Charms scattered through the cage…and there are 3 Skeleton Charms hanging around as well🙂

All my scary chipboards were painted black first with Black Soot Distress Stain, and then I used a combination of Stampendous and Zing Embossing Powders on them. There’s some Aged Black, Aged Copper, Metallic Green and Apricot.

And finally – at the top some pretty (but not too pretty!!) flowers and more spider webby muslin.

Grey and Black Roses, Purple roses and tiny Rosebuds, Tangerine Cherry Blossoms, a black Skeleton Leaf, some large Bronze leaves and some Black Star Flowers. The ribbon is Black Scallop Edged Organza.

Going to hang it out on the 31st just so the kids know they can come here for treats🙂

My final CSI Special Investigator layout

Hi! I’m back again, with my last layout for September at CSI. Case File #177.

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There are so many lovely Christmas ranges appearing, but it’s a bit too early still for me! I don’t mind getting a few cards together to send to special people, but when it comes to layouts….well the papers are beautiful and I’m using them, but sorry, there’s not a Christmas Tree in sight!

 My latest layout uses a few of the Kaisrcraft Home for Christmas papers available in the Paper Pack.

I’ve titled it ”Not happy” because my furry family member just hates rain. He can sense it coming well in advance of the first drops and immediately slinks off somewhere to hide. In this case he found our folded outdoor umbrella and put it to good use🙂

The cardstock backgrounds here are Kaiser’s Latte Weave and Coconut Weave. In between the two, top and bottom are thin strips of ”Laurel”. There are a few references to Christmas on this paper, but I’ve disguised them by using some torn strips of tape from the Tim Holtz Idea-Ology Symphony 2pk.

There are four stages to the background on my white cardstock. First I cut a cloud shape from a spare piece of chipboard and using it as a mask, gently inked the edges using three shades of brown distress ink and an Ink Blending tool – first Antique Linen, then Vintage Photo and finally a very small amount of Walnut Stain. This was repeated across the page several times until I was happy with the outcome.

Next, white texture paste through the Kaisercraft 12×12 Leaves template….I don’t know if Tracy will have any of these templates in stock after the ”Creative Fun with Tracy from my2angels” class at Shelley’s Land though (I am sure she will order more in if you want one)! I love the way the ink colours can still be seen through the texture paste.

I’ve added a bit more colour using a small polka dot stencil and Champagne Modelling Creme, and then painted on some Silks acrylics in green and brown tones. Most of this is under the photos, but I have left the edges and some drips exposed.

The layers of paper under my photos are from ”Laurel” (both sides), ”Season”, and ”Poinsettia” with a piece of dictionary paper torn and tucked in between the layers. I have also die cut some labels and tags to add interest and to highlight the words ”rain” and ”umbrella”. My leaves are also die cut – this time using the ”Decoration” paper and a few pieces of plasterer’s tape add to the texture without being too intrusive.

My title….the happy part…is heat embossed using Stampendous Aged Embossing Enamel – Scarlet.

The detail – of course there are flowers. The Red and Cream Cherry Blossoms are old stock, but you can still get the Cream. There is also a 2 tone Brown Sweetheart Blossom, a Cream and Green Rosebud and a flower from the Seeing Green Flutterbies embellishment pack.

There is also the light green butterfly from this pack just underneath. A tiny Antique Bronze Bird on a Branch charm is dangling from one of my die cut labels, just for fun. There are hundreds of cute charms to choose from in the store here, and you can get the jump rings here.

Just a few added Stampendous Mica Flakes and some Sugar Beads add a pop of colour.

Because I hate my messy handwriting (I think most of us do!) my journaling strips were printed onto a piece of  ”Laurel” and popped up onto dimensional squares. Much tidier🙂

The Home for Christmas Paper Pack has two of each of six lovely double sided papers included – that’s 12 different designs, plus a bonus Sticker Sheet. Plenty of room for creativity there – and you can even use it for your Christmas projects!!

Thanks for stopping by!🙂

 

 

A couple of Cards and Tags

Kaisercraft 6.5” Paper Pads are absolutely perfect for making cards and tags for any occasion, but especially for Christmas!!

I’ve used the Silver Bells  paper pad this week to make these pretties….

and and A Touch of Gold to make these….

First the so very pretty, pink, blue and grey

 Silver Bells –  I used a Kaisercraft Pink Square Card and Envelope and a gorgeous pink and silver foiled paper as the base for this card.

I fussy cut the baubles from another sheet of paper, and die cut the pine needles from a third. I think the ribbon came with some chocolates last Christmas, but it was perfect for this card, and reflects the colour of the beads in the Silver and Pink Merry Christmas Charming Word embellishment beautifully. The biggest bauble is popped up on dimensional squares, and the smallest is hanging from a line of tiny pink pearls.

Because I like to have something pretty to write on, the insides of my cards are usually decorated as well. This time I cut two baubles from a Stacking Baubles die set (from Shelley’s Land of course!). Again the papers are from the Silver Bells 6.5” Paper Pad, as is the ”Seasons Greetings” tag. I finished it off with a shiny Silver Christmas Wreath charm.

For my tag, I embraced the blue. The base is an Inkssentials Manilla Tag #8 and is covered on both the front and the back with a blue and silver foiled piece from the Silver Bells 6.5” Paper Pad.

Up in the top corner is a torn piece of grey/blue paper featuring a music print and some blue baubles. I softened the torn edge with a thin brushing of white gesso. Hanging on pieces of White Pearl Garland, from a grey die cut branch there are some fussy cut blue, grey and pink baubles. To add to the snowy feel of this tag I added some texture paste both top and bottom and also just on the top of the baubles – I just used a paint brush to blob it on. There’s also a touch on the top edges of the three tags at the bottom. These are all die cut pieces included with the Paper Pad, and are sitting on a piece of frayed muslin. A triple circle of White Pearl Garland around the Merry & Bright sentiment finishes the tag off.

The same applies to my tags as to my cards…I have to have somewhere to write. So on the back I have added a small tag and a Silver Double Star charm.

Next, I started on the bolder and more exciting A Touch of Gold. Again, all the papers used are from the 6.5” Paper Pad. I have used the same paper as a base for the card and a lining for the envelope.

The gold line of gold trees, and the white pine needles are die cut, as is the cute christmas bird. If you look closely you will see that the bird’s eyes, his wing and his santa hat are all popped up on dimensional squares, as is the Love, Peace, Joy tag which is included in the Paper Pad.

The inside of this card has had the same treatment as the first one did, the only difference being that this one has a Gold Christmas Holly charm. It’s a very simple card – let’s face it, I’m not the best card maker in Scrapland🙂, but I think the great patterned papers in this paper pad make it look good.

My tag started out being for Christmas, but I think it could be used on a gift for any exciting occassion. The front and back of an Inkssentials Manilla Tag #8 are again covered with papers from the 6.5” Paper Pad.

I stamped the four balloons on a few different sheets of paper, cut them out, and then used them and several of the included die cut tags to build up some layers, with a tangle of golden yellow cotton between the last two of them. My cute bird is wearing a party hat this time, and I have used Gold Inka Gold to paint on its spots. This was also used to colour the backing filigree of my Black and Silver Celebrate Charming Word. Again I have used dimensional squares to add depth to the tag. Three of the balloons, the tags and the bird (as well as his wing, eyes, beak and hat) are all popped up. For added party bling I have embossed some of the edges using Gold Embossing Powder and added a few Golden Yellow and Clear Rhinestone Dots.

Again, on the back I have included a tag to write a message on.

Enjoy!!

CSI Special Investigator layout #2

My second layout for CSI as a September Special Investigator! Here’s the case file:

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The theme is entertainment, and I’m afraid that I am past the bright lights, loud music and excitement of nightclubs, bars and parties. I much prefer a good book, some music and a cup of tea in my sun room, looking out over my sometimes unruly garden. (Not that I can’t be persuaded into a glass of wine or two now and again… LOL!!)

Every layout is unique, and what better way to make your layouts special than to use my2angels embellishments. You can use charms, flowers, Tracy’s amazing creativity and your own bits and pieces to make your layouts stand out from the crowd.

I’ve used torn up music paper and gesso to mute the background paper and form a base for my added texture. Just white texture paste through the Crafters Workshop Butterfly Collage Template. I wanted to add an edge to grunge up the paper just a little so I used the Kaisercraft Texture stamp – Film Edges, along with Stazon Timber Brown ink and Sky Blue Archival ink for this.

The ”tea” stains were made with Tea Dye Distress Ink and whatever round bottomed thing was on my desk at the time – I think it was the Texture Paste jar.

The blue ”shadows” under and around my embellishments and in the corners were brushed on with diluted Sky Blue Archival ink, along with a thin coat of Iridescent Medium which didn’t add any colour, but gave the dull ink a pretty shine.
There are three small embellishment clusters, each with its own my2angels addition. Besides the usual beautiful flowers – Baby Blue, Creamy Butter and Brown Cherry Blossoms, small Red Roses and Red Rose buds – there is a Silver Teapot charm coloured with Brown and Gold Inka Gold peeking out from under the flower….

Next, I made the bird embellishment using an Antique Bronze Square Filigree (I cut off the edge to make it round, and a bit smaller and more delicate), and a tiny bird from some patterned paper under a Transparent Glass Cabochon. Absolutely unique🙂

Finally, framing another small bird, is a BEAUTIFUL, BRAND NEW my2angels creation. An Antique Bronze Heart with a rose scattered chain attached, finished with a pretty glass bead dangle. I’ll be needing this one in all colours! Love it!!

These will sell out FAST – get yours before I get them all…. LOL!

PS  (New stock is arriving next week so if you want the butterfly template or irridecent medium, let Tracy know before they sell out again)

Exciting Times!

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I’m very excited! My ”Lunch with Grampy” Layout was chosen as one of the Most Wanted for CSI’s Major Case File No. 172, and I was lucky enough to win a gift certificate from Creative Embellishments. Yay!!! Even more fun….I have been asked to be a Special Investigator for September! Of course I said yes….

Special InvestigatorSo here is my entry for Case File 175…the first of three (or maybe four) Case Files that I will be making examples for. Here’s the case file:

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And here’s how I solved it. All the papers I used here came from the 6.5” Paper Pad version of Kaisercraft’s new Christmas papers, ”Silver Bells”.

Not a Christmas theme for me this time – although I suppose if I hung a few baubles from the tree branches it could be re-titled ”Christmas Dreams”. As it is, this is my not-so-small furry baby dreaming away his winter, snuggled into my quilt.

I started my background with a piece of Kaisercraft Coconut Weave cardstock and covered the bottom third of it with white corrugated card. (Mine started off white, but those of you who have taken classes with Tracy know that you can use gesso and acrylic paint on any recycled corrugated cardboard to make it any colour you want to).

It’s almost impossible for me to leave a piece of blank paper or card alone….I have added texture with two different stencils and white texture paste. I think the white on white adds to the cold, wintery effect. Using a wet paintbrush I have added just a touch of colour with Festival Glimmer Mist and Mellow Yellow Glimmer Glaze.

All of the paper elements you see on the page – photo mats, banner shapes, title tag and scalloped strips – are from the Silver Bells 6.5” Paper Pad. You get a very generous number of pages in the pad – 2 each of 12 different patterned papers, 2 each of 3 foiled papers, 2 each of 2 varnished papers, and 2 each of a glittered paper. AND there’s more – 4 sheets of die cut pieces too! They’re all so pretty!!

My title/journalling tag pulls out from underneath the corrugated cardstock edge and has a list of what I think my cat is dreaming about hand written on it. Things like birds, butterflies, cool grass, warm breezes, water dragons – the things cats like.

I’ve used Buttercream Light Yellow and White Bakers Twine on both my tags, and to wrap around the top photo.

Speaking of the top photo, there’s a beautiful Silver LOVE Charming Word on its bottom corner. Mine has a yellow rose attached, and I’ve added a cute Silver Cats Charm using a Silver Jump Ring.

The remaining embellishments come from the wide range of my2angels flowers. There are Pastel Green and Pink Cherry Blossoms, Pink Sweetheart Blossoms, Large Grey and Large Blue Roses, yellow 1cm Roses and some tiny pale pink rosebuds.

Hope you like it – and hope you LOVE the Silver Bells Collection as much as I do!

More Kaisercraft Time Machine

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So, we are all back from the fabulous my2angels Retreat! What a fabulous weekend it was – a wonderful time had by all thanks to the organisational skills of Tracy, Shelley and all their helpers.

Kaiser’s Time Machine is in store now, and here is my second layout using this awesome collection. This one is a photo of the sunrise from the rooftop terrace of the Villa in Italy we visited for my DD’s wedding last year. I must confess here that I am NEVER up at sunrise. This was just because of the jet lag – LOL!

The base for this layout is a piece of grey/green cardstock and half a sheet of the reverse of ”Coggler”. The patterned edge strip was left on to give the impression of another layer. The torn strips of Kaisercraft Filmstrip Printed Tape along the edge have the same effect.

I’ve used my favourite stencil of the moment – a Tim Holtz Brocade (the Kaiser 12×12 Damask template here is very similar) – and texture paste to randomly add interest across the background and sprayed a little Aquamarine Glimmermist to give some deeper colour. There’s also a piece of Cream Cotton Lace tucked underneath the paper’s lower edge.

Underneath my photos are several small pieces of patterned paper from the range. From the bottom up, I have die cut some ”Ironclad”, cut tag shapes from both sides of ”Gadget”, mounted the photo on ”Scriptorian” and die cut two Pediment shapes from ”Hourglass” and ”Gadget” again.

I also die cut a bookplate from ”Gadget” and stamped it with StazOn Timber Brown ink and a script stamp. The brads are brown metal.

The string on one of the tags, and wrapped around the photo is Seaweed Bakers Twine.

Decorating the lower right corner I have a butterfly from the Totally Turquoise Flutterbies and an Antique Bronze Square Filigree. This one has a centre circle which I have filled with a small piece of emerald green ”Hourglass” and a 12cm Transparent Glass Cabochon. It looks so pretty – like a green jewel.

My title ”everyday moments”, my journalling strips and all of the sprays of leaves are die cut from both sides of ”Steam Engine”.

After this layout, and the previous one, I still had plenty of papers left – and some gorgeous pieces from the 12×12 Sticker sheet too – so I thought I would try out the Kaisercraft flip card dies I got from Shelley’s Land, at the Retreat – Circle and Snowflake. For both cards I used Inkssentials Specialty Stamping Paper cut to 8”x 6”.

 The Circle flip card die was the base for my fist card. On the front I used ”Iron Clad” and ”Coggler” with a lacey strip from the 12×12 Sticker sheet between them. There is a ”Coggler” circle underneath the cute bird. The clock on the front is a sticker, but I mounted it on dimensional squares. Happy Birthday is stamped with StazOn Timber Brown.

 On the inside, the base is a piece of ”Hour”. A second circle die cut from the reverse of ”Ironclad” gives you a place to write your sentiment, with another clock sticker overlapping it a little. The edge of pale green cogs is also a sticker.

Next, I used the Snowflake flip card die to make a Christmas card. The photos don’t really show it, but the trees, the pine needles and the snowflake itself are all glittery and pretty. There is white sparkly glitter all over my floor, my clothes, my hair and my cat.

The papers I used here are ”Gears” (the only paper with a white rather than cream base) and ”Hourglass”. The white accents are all die cut from Inkssentials Specialty Stamping paper and covered with glitter. The central pearl is white and the ”Merry Christmas” chipboard is embossed with black embossing powder.

Inside the paper is ”Ironclad” again – the front for the brown brocade pattern and the reverse for the die cut writing spot. A few more glittery trees finished it off.

I’m sure you’ll enjoy Time Machine as much as I did. Hurry and get yours while it stock lasts.

I think it might be time for some tags. I’m inspired by the ones everyone made at the retreat…..or maybe I should finish my canvas….or my Sleigh….or….

Anyway, thanks for dropping by🙂

Lunch with Grampy and Kaisercraft Time Machine

Hi there! Have you seen the brand new and really awesome Kaisercraft Time Machine Collection yet? I used it for my ”Lunch with Grampy” layout. How utterly cute is my step-grandson? We love him to bits.

I’ve had the background for this layout prepared for ages, a piece 12”x12” sheet of chipboard, covered with sticky backed canvass then randomly painted with Distress Paints – Picket Fence, Antique Linen and Bundled Sage.  

Then some Texture Paste applied through a brick template using my special ”my2angels” applicator. When the texture paste is dry put the template back over it and colour just the raised areas with a light dab of Distress Ink using the Ink Blending Tool. I’ve used Frayed Burlap, a tiny bit of Aged Mahogony and Brushed Corduroy.

Then when the ink was perfectly dry I stamped over the top of the bricks with Stazon Jet Black ink. The Kaisercraft Graffiti stamp is perfect on a brick wall.

So that was when I just stopped. No more inspiration….got on with other jobs, made some ATC’s, finished a completely different layout….basically just left it all on the side of my desk.

Then Tracy went to Kaisercraft in Melbourne and got me a present – the new Time Machine Collection! Hooray! Inspired again and ready for this layout!

The next layer is made up of many different small pieces of paper and a few scraps of tape. First some torn strips of ”Steam Engine” then two journalling pieces – one from ”Scriptorian” and one from ”Gadget”. I cut the piece from ”Gadget” into two – the first is at the top (Make this moment count) and the fussy cut clock and gear are on the far left hand side. There’s a long green ribbon running underneath that’s from the 12×12 Sticker Sheet and the two pennants are cut from the reverse of ”Scriptorian” and the reverse of ”Cogler”.

My green Eucalyptus leaves are die cut from ”Cogler as well – a lovely light minty green. Love these Ultimate Crafts Australian dies too – so good to be able to have leaves (and animals etc.) that are actually growing where your photo is taken! A looped piece of twine at the top is attached to a Knife and Fork Charm. Originally silver, I coloured it with Inka Gold and a bit of Black Soot Distress Ink.

Arranged along the bottom of the photos are some chipboard, wooden and metal Gadget Gear Cog Charms. The chipboard is heat embossed using Aged Mahogony Distress Embossing Powder which gives it a rough texture. The centres of the cogs are Cream Pearls and a perfect little Plate with Cutlery Charm.

You can get a couple of charms to suit EVERY occasion at my2angels Scrapbooking!!!

Grab yourself some Kaisercraft Time Machine…it’s full of all those gorgeous chocolate, caramel and mint colours that make you crave dessert!!

Thanks for stopping by🙂

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