Monday, April 8, 2013

Remember Me - Kaisercraft

Hi everyone, it my turn this week with blogging duties at Kasiercraft blog. 
The new release papers from Kaisercraft this month are so amazing. 
Here is one the new collections 
These papers are so great for remembering family and fabulous 
for family tributes.  With tall poppies and vintage colour theme, 
I know I say it all the time 
but I really love this vintage collection.
Here is my layout that I created with this collection......This photo is of
my Dad (back row to the left) with his
3 brothers......taken in Australia in 1959..
They send this photo back home to Italy
where 2 sisters & 4 other brothers and their father lived until
they were reunited later in the 60's.
Kasiercraft Materials used:  P1111 Alma, P1115 Estella, P1117 Marilyn, P1119 Molly, P1113 Ava, P1118 Adeline, PL509 Chocolate flourish, F655 Cranberry, F652 Terracotta,  F628 Honey blooms,PS176 Four Corners Acetate, EM967 Blossoms resin pansy, CS756 Grunge clear stamp,
Other materials: ink, punches, foam tape, mini brads.

 I also created an Easel card "Happiness Always"

Kasiercraft Materials used: CT751 Collectables, PP897 paper pad, SB793 Black pearls. Other materials: ink, punches, foam tape, black cardstock.

I also created this tag.......
“Remember Me” 

Kasiercraft Materials used: CT751 Collectables, P1119 Molly.  
Other materials: ink, punches, foam tape, mini brads, embossing folder.

 “Memories” card – by Adriana Bolzon

Kasiercraft Materials used: CS870 Clear stamps, P1115 Estella, 
P1118 Adeline, 
P1117 Marilyn, CT751 Collectables.
Other materials: ink, punches, foam tape, mini brads and Kraft cardstock.

I love the vintage feel of this paper collection, it's so great for 
heritage pages and cards. 
This Memory card is created with the clear stamps 
set that come with this collection, and 
I coloured in the flowers with Tim Holtz Distress ink Pens,
 I then cut them out and place on top of another 
stamped image with foam tape underneath. 

Well .......That's all for today

Thanks for looking and take care :)

Cheers Adriana XXX :)


Sandra said...

I just saw this layout this morning in the Kaisercraft mag, its really lovely and very special as a keepsake.

Cindy Gay said...

Great heritage page and I love the poppies on the card!

Lizzyc said...

These are so beautiful.. I love how you have used these papers so well to express the feel of the photos and sentiment...

Margaret Mifsud said...

Gorgeous layout and fabulous cards, Adriana. Kaisercraft have got some lovely collections and this is one of them. I love that vintage feel as well and you've used this collection beautifully. ox Marg

Sandrine Dawes said...

Gorgeous colours (very you :)), so lucky to be able to scrap those gorgeous family photos!

Lizzy Hill said...

Totally gorgeous use of this collection...& that's so lovely to have a pic that they sent back 'home' was sad how families got split up, but I guess they came out to make some money, have a better life etc....I did some research at uni & did you know Italians were the highest group to own their own homes in Aussie...& more returned home in the 1960s than came out!!! And MEANWHILE...LOVE your cards!!! They are always so creative:):):)

Sandie said...

Love your layout Adriana, love how you work the papers so beautifully. Your cards are stunning, I adore (plus) the flowers and how you did each...
I am so glad your family was reunited together :-)

Tracey said...

All so the sentiments in the layout, perfect:))

Tone-Lill said...

So much lovely stuff, LO, cards and tag. Realy great creations, especially the easel card, love it!

MichelleMc said...

All your creations are so very beautiful!

Ella Swan said...

SO much loveliness here!! I just LOVE that easel card - gonna google how to make one of those :)

Eila Sandberg said...

These are all really so lovely Adrienne! love that special muted red and how you have combined the details and layers. Really really pretty! I can relate to families splitting up and moving to other countries. That's what happened with my mum's and dad's families too. I reckon your surname is Bolzone in its original form? xoxox

Heather McMahon said...

These are all fabulous! I've used this paper before and I adore those poppies! Great family history being preserved in your layouts.

Unknown said...

all these card is beautiful i like