Kitchen Cardset (Kaisercraft – Nan’s Favourites)

Hi Everyone – hope you are having a wonderful Easter.
I am pretty excited about my post today! I love to make these fun cardsets, but I had never made one using Kaisercraft products before. When I saw the Nan’s Favourites collection I thought it would work great with the Kraft cardstock I use for the cards and folders.
This line is very versatile and with this project I really wanted to bring out the fabulously “Kitschy” 1950’s feel that a few of the papers have. It’s just FUN!
The inside of the folder has 2 sections. 
On the left are a couple of little notebooks I covered with the glossy paper from the 6.5″x6.5″ pad and a couple of chipboard pieces.

On the right you can see the little cards I made using plain Kraft cardstock, some papers and elements from the 6.5×6.5 pad, a few of the die cuts and some chipboard pieces

The Wooden Flourishes are some of my favourite embellishments from Kaisercraft and I am always trying to find ways to incorporate them into my projects. Here I have just used them as simple decoration on the spine of my booklet – both inside and out.

For the front cover I have used a piece of the Cookie Dough paper along with the “extra bit” border that comes with all the Kaisercraft papers now! A couple of layers of along with an element from the Lemon Slice paper and this fabulous Chipboard Oven -and it is all complete.

Here are a few close-ups of the details. This line is just fun, fun, fun!
Catch you next time – Lowri 🙂
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  • Reply Alanna April 25, 2011 at 1:16 AM

    Oh what an awesome little gift that makes! 🙂 Fabulous as always Lowri!

  • Reply Magento Themes May 10, 2011 at 11:27 AM

    wow..Gorgeous little kitchen card sets.. I just love those cards. Those designs and the details are really fantastic. Those colors are looking great. You are always doing wonderful job Lowri!!! Thanks for this great post.Magento Themes

  • Reply Leah Crowe May 16, 2011 at 8:51 PM

    good golly this is just plum wonderful! Love how you used this line Lowri! Fabulous!

  • Reply WillieburgScrapper May 24, 2011 at 2:36 PM

    This is adorable Lowri!!!! The layering on that cover is fantastic. Oh those little wood details on the handle- sooo cute!!! Great GREAT altered project.

  • Reply Leah July 6, 2011 at 4:05 PM

    Just discovered your blog through Carolyn's link party – this is so cute, I'd be inspired to cook more 😉 I'm off to go read some more of your articles.

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