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Product Highlight: Crochet Doilies & Wooden Flourishes

November 26, 2010

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHT: Crochet Doilies & Wooden Flourishes

Team Kaisercraft’s NEW vintage Crochet Doilies and Wooden Flourishes and you have a match made in heaven!

EM945 Scallop white doilie


FL316 Fancy Hearts


Scrapbooking heaven!

Some of you may be wondering, “What exactly ARE Wooden Flourishes?”

These plywood ‘flourishes’ come in a variety of designs, Christmas ones perfect for make decorations, leaves, flowers and more!

FL302 Bird Cages

FL310 3D Flourish Bauble Pack 2

And some of the newest designs:

FL317 Roses

FL320 Adore & Forever

Head over to the Kaisercraft website to see more!

So read on and enjoy some of Kaisercraft’s Design Team’s fantastic work using these products:

Happy by LG Belarmino– Candy Lane double sided patterned papers Mango Drops (P576), Raspberry Fizz (P579) and Strawberry Sundae (P580); Crochet Doilies (EM945, EM947, EM949), Candy Lane paper pad (PP832), Die Cuts (DC328), Specialty Paper Treats Glitter (PS121), Chipboard (CB117), Paper flower sweet pea (F619), Rhinestone split pea (RS407), and Pearls Snow (SB794). Others: alpha and border punch

Next a lovely layout from Vicki combining new wooden flourishes and doilies!

‘Adore’ by Vicki Morris: Cardstock & Papers: Kaisercraft – After Five – Corsage, Kaisercraft – After Five – Curtsy, Kaisercraft – After Five – Cufflinks, Kaisercraft – After Five – 6” Paper Pad. Embellishments:Kaisercraft – Pearl Flourishes,Kaisercraft – Lace (White), Kaisercraft – Crochet Doilies, Kaisercraft – Wooden Flourishes, Misc ribbon and buttons,Silver inking pen.

And a project from Lesley:

“When I saw the doilies I couldn’t help but think of my Granny who taught me how to crochet”.

“I knew I wanted to do a layout about her. I used glimmer mist on the doilies to change the colour and then added a hat pin with a tag. The wooden flourish shapes are brilliant as embellishments and the words are perfect for titles. I have used UTTEE embossing powder on the heart and then stamped with a clear stamp. I have also used UTTEE on the white Kaisercraft flowers (coloured with glimmermist first and then stamped). The altered flowers have a glassy look to them and look fantastic. I found the tutorial for these here“.

Layout by Lesley Cooper: Materials: Wood Flourishes – Fancy Hearts (FL316),Adore and Forever (FL320); Crochet Doilie (EM949); Flowers (F601); Clear Stamps Secret Bird Society (CS748), After Five (CS766); Other: UTTEE, Distress Ink, Staz On, Versamark, beads, buttons, string, paper doilie strip, cardstock, hat pin, photo corners, glimmer mist, metallic alcohol ink.

Lycka by Monika Martison: Crochet Doilies EM948 Lace – Cream, Wooden  Flourishes Roses FL317, After five papers Black Tie P582 and Top Hat P587, Die Cuts DC329, Pearl brads EM932 Pink Ice, Grosgrain ribbon R1612 Others: Flowers, title letters (my own design).

And a delightfully seasonal Christmas Angel by Kerryn:

“The new Kaisercraft Crochet Doilies are gorgeous and easy to incorporate into any project.  After creating my angel base from cardstock and covering it with punched strips of patterned paper I simply folded a doily over the top of the angel and used some strong glue to hold it in place.

Every angel needs a halo, right?  I cut a circle from a transparency sheet and used pearl strips to form a circle on the top and on the bottom.  Once again strong glue (just a little though!) is used to hold it on top of the angels head.  By using the transparency sheet  it looks almost as though the halo is floating on her head.

The wooden flourishes proved to be a fantastic shape for wings.  A little touch of glitter to make them sparkle before attaching them to the back of the angel”.

Christmas Angel by Kerryn Lawson:Wood flourishes – Border SB721, Crochet Doilies – Scallop Cream (EM946), Tis the Season pp – Ornament (P564), Organza Ribbon – Natural (RI613), Pearl strips – Champagne (PL506), Pearls – Champagne (SB714). Other Products Used;Edge punch, kindyglitz.

And a cute layout from Leanne!

“Layering your embellishments over the doily enhances its ability to be a stand out feature on your layout. Here the doily becomes a little “cloud” for the hot air balloon to rest against. Its contrasting colour to the background patterned paper, draws the eye directly to it and then to the title. To make sure it doesn’t go anywhere, try attaching the doilies to your layout with machine stitching”.

How to Eat TOmato Sauce by Leanne Allinson: “How to eat Tomato sauce” by Leanne Allinson: Up, Up & Away collection – ferris wheel (rev, p541), admit one (ps107); 6” paper pad (pp826); die cut elements (dc322); printed chipboard (cb111); crochet doillie (em948); alpha stickers – brown (as225); mini alphas – chocolate and white (ma503); tiny alphas – chocolate (ma 512). Other : machine stitching; ink; staples.

And last, but certainly not least, a card by the talented Camilla:

Card by Camilla Ekman: Card “Together Forever” – Camilla Ekman: Crochet Doilie (EM947); Wood Flourishes – Fancy Hearts (FL316); Card Pad (CP704); Die Cut Elements – After Five Collection (DC329); Clear Stamps – After Five Collection (CS766); Pearls – Snow (SB794)

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  • Reply Monika November 26, 2010 at 5:35 pm

    Beautiful work ladies!

  • Reply Kirsty P November 26, 2010 at 5:46 pm

    Just stunning!

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