The ugly truth about life before POP Paint – Painted Furniture.

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Life before POP Paint was really ugly and at times a bit weird. To discover what I mean, take a look on the Chiswick blog
how I transformed an ugly rebellious piece of furniture into a modern elegant beauty using POP Paint.
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I used one of my favourite colours ‘Urban” to paint this furniture piece and give it a total transformation.
And I am totally in love with the look.
What have you painted lately to “make it POP”?
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Paint Pouring with POP Paint.

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Have you caught onto the new craze of Paint Pouring? Well I simply couldn’t resist the temptation of creating with colour.
Naturally I wanted to experiment with POP Paint from Chiswick to see how the paint would work with pouring – and I wasn’t disappointed.detail3

Hop on over to the Chiswick Blog here to see how i created my poured canvas using POP Paint.

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step2Loads of fun, totally unpredictable and addictive! You have been warned.

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Hide and Seek layered Layout by Jowilna Nolte

Welcome to today’s blog post. Are you loving the new ranges this month as much as we do?
Today I am sharing a fun layout with you using the Hide and Seek range… perfect for those little people in our lives.
Apart from the cute little critters I am simply in love with the beautiful color palette of this range.JN_myboy_layout

I really wanted to include some of the beautiful feathers from the range into my layout, but the stamp set was a bit small.
So I used a feather image from the internet (free) and printed it onto vellum in grey ink on my inkjet printer.
Immediately as it came out the printer and while the ink is still wet I add white embossing powder and heat it with my hat gun for  a beautifully embossed feather.

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Elements from my collectables pack create a beautiful cluster combined with stamping in navy blue.

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Extra cut out animals line the bottom edge of the background keeping the bear company.

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I used foam tape to raise some of the cut out elements and leaves for dimension. Tucked underneath the cluster of leaves is some thread.

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Until next time – have fun with this gorgeous range.
Jowilna xxx

Kaisercraft Products:  Hide and Seek Range | P2564 Bears | P2560 Trees | P2559 Woods | CS330 Clear Stamp  | CT940 Collectables | T315 Double Sided Tape
Other: Printed feather; vellum; white embossing powder; heat gun; thread; foam tape; navy blue ink

3D Dream Big Frame Decor by Jowilna Nolte

On the Kaisercraft blog today with a home decor frame using the Hide and seek range.
I created this fun dimensional frame using this gorgeous range – Hide and Seek. Perfect for little girls and boys to insert treasures into the frame
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The little fox head stamp was coloured using Metallic Gel Pens and a layer of dimensional glaze added as a finishing touch.

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Stamping directly onto the background below and above a vinyl sentiment cut on my Silhouette machine.

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The leaves arrange on top of each other using a 3D silicone adhesive to keep the dimension.

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I love how this frame turned out – perfect to make any room a magical place.

Kaisercraft Products: P2566 Clouds | P2559 Woods | P2560 Trees |  CT940 Collectables | CS330 Clear Stamps | SB712 Rhinestones | CL107 Metallic Gel Pens |

Other: Frame (Short Cuts), Black Vinyl, Silhouette, Brown ink, Walnut ink, Dimensional Glaze, Silicone Adhesive

Beautiful Handmade Foil Card.

You can create some amazing effects with the GoPress and Foil. Add some additional details to the foiling for an even more stunning effect!
For this card, I added some inking on top of the foiling with some amazing results.
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step 1 -Heat the Curling Motif Stamp in the GoPress and Foil.

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step 2 – Once hot, add the green foil, cardstock and a shim. Roll the platform through the GoCut and Emboss.

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step 3 – Remove the cardstock from the platform to reveal the hot foiled image.

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step 4 – Stamp some wording onto a strip of cardstock using VersaFine Clair ink in brown. Trim the sentiment to fit onto the card.

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step 5 – To add colour to my background, I misted the foiled piece with water and then sprinkled it with Walnut ink crystals and then misted again with water. Leave the ink to dry.

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Trim the background to fit onto the front of a folded card. Add your stamped sentiment to the middle of the foiled image. Finish off the card with an inked chipboard heart.

The inking on top of the foiling looks amazing. You could also ink before foiling the card and it will also look great. The foiled image creates a beautiful home for the sentiment to sit on.

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