Monday, 24 November 2014

Rustic Harmony Cards

Well ladies, Kaisercraft have done it again! Rustic Harmony is such a lovely collection, the colours being so delicate with quite a vintage feel. I did enjoy playing with this range and today I am sharing the kit I made for Artfull Crafts. It can also be purchased from them, if there are any left!! Do hope I'm not speaking out of turn!

The papers I cut into strips for this card, then after zig- zagging with the sewing machine I put them on a slight angle. The roses were made using Marianne Rose Die, Spellbinders Postage Stamp Die for the frame and Cherry Lynn Fanciful Flourish Die. Of course, sepia ink always adds a bit of interest.

One of my all time favourites - Cherry Lynn Step Card Die, B348. I use it so much and it always looks different! Tim Holtz bird cage die and flower die were also used.

A simple gate fold card for this one but I have cut the window out using the Spellbinders Labels 16 Die. Martha Stewart Butterfly Punch and the edging was also Martha Stewart border punch strip, cut in half.

This one is rather simple and self explanatory - Spellbinders Circle Dies also their Les Papillions for the butterfly.

With the pad there is also the fence paper - and what could be better than a fence! The large flowers were cut using the Spellbinders Rose Creation Die and the smaller ones with an old punch I still have. ( after all these years!!)

A plain 5 1/4" card - Martha Stewart Border Punch was used down the side and the vintage bicycle is a Marianne Die LR0262. The image is one I bought at SENZ from Paper Arts ( for serious paper addicts, they say!!) They do have some gorgeous products.

I think you will all agree that it is super collection.

Rachelle goes in for her treatment again tomorrow but as Mike is going to be with her, my presence is not needed this time. I know she will miss her old Mum and Mum will miss being with her, but hope all goes well.

We are enjoying a lovely Spring day here, so better get out while the sun shines - sounds as though it hasn't been so good weatherwise, down at the farm.

 Happy crafting ladies and many blessings to you all.

Betsy  xxx

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