Wednesday, 4 September 2019

GreenHouse Collection from Kaisercraft.

Hello There
 Its Anita with you today and I have a layout using the slightly older Greenhouse Collection from Kaisercraft. This is a lovely range, paler in colour than I would normally choose, with a range of succulents, terraniums and cacti with a mix of water-colour pastel.

I based the layout on a sheet of Yucca and added a section of white canvas cardstock ( approx 10" wide) Using a Martha Stewart Deep Edge Punch I punched along both the long sides to create a frilly edge.

Using Tim Holtz Distress Stain in Cracked Pistachio, I dabbed a few random splats across the page, this colour works so well with the soft range of colours in the paper collection.
In my stash I had a few wooden die cut words and I chose the word LOVELY to use on my page. I glued it on initially and when that was dry I used some metallic sparkle thread to add a few oversized cross stitches across the letters

The sheet of Succulents has a mass of flowers all over it so I chose a few little bits and fussy cut them to add to the layout. I also added a couple of the quote strips that are found on the cut off manufacturers strips at the bottom of each sheet.

I added a few sparkly embellishments and finished it off by cutting the long garland of succulents from the sheet of Conservatory  and adding it across the lower part of the page.

There are lots of gorgeous new products available in the shop....but don't forget to check out some of the older ranges whilst you are there and also of course that there is a still a huge SUMMER SALE 
running with an amazing selections of bargains .

Happy Crafting!

Warmest wishes
Anita xx


Karen said...

This is lovely Anita. I love the subtle colours. x x

Anita said...

Thank you Karen xx They are nice and soft aren't they xx

Lynn said...

I love what you have done with these papers Anita. Stunning!

Anita said...

Thanks so much Lynn, that's really of you xx

Josie said...

This is such a lovely page, you have used the papers beautifully xx

Anita said...

Hi Josie, thank you so much. They really are a lovely collection of papers xx