Thursday, 7 October 2010

Kids are back at school and Im back at work and slowly playing catch up with everything else. As much as i say i am going to try and keep up to date, time always seem to run away from me, so now i am not going to promise anything and just do what i can.
I look back and realise that the last time i posted work layouts etc was for Le Chateau, can you believe that is June releases. Am i the only one who seems to feel like this year is just flying by.
Anyway here is a little bit of catch up for you but what i am going to do is start from the current month and work backwards.
So this month we released Homemade and Candy Lane.
Two totally different ranges but both oh so cute and versatile.
If you are going to bring out cupcakes you may as well have a stand and this is a goodie. Jess my little girl has just had her birthday party and this looked gorgeous on the table filled with lots of sugary delights -though i have to admit the chocolate fountain took up most of my attention
Whether it be a birthday or a tea party, this paper range works for either.

Al Hannah did up this gorgeous cuckoo clock in the Homemade collection and i think this would look absolutely gorgeous on the wall of a country home.
My little family. I really do love this range and the colours
and it matches so very well with the new lace and frame flourish packs and
as you can see below, great for House Warmings cards etc.
For further uses of these two paper ranges head over the Kaiser blog
and see what some of the very talented design team members have done.

OK lets go back another month now to September. For us at Kaiser it was Christmas a long time ago now, for us in Design we had Christmas in June when we were working on the ranges.
Its been great to see and hear feedback about our Christmas ranges. Once again we have struggled to keep our Christmas Ranges in stock and the good ol advent calendar is selling out as fast as we can ship it. I have seen many awesome pics of ones you have done - its really exciting to see that it is still such a popular product. Having the piece of paper with the little squares that fit perfectly to the front of the drawers certainly help with decorating the advent this year. Im sure Mikala (designer of this range) thought i was nuts when i said i wanted pics in little 4cm squares but she soon clicked and realised why and from the popularity of the paper so have many others.
I love the new little flourish trees.
These are the perfect size to just pop into a card to send something little to a friend for Christmas.
Our other Christmas range Be Merry is just as the name says - bright and funky and very easy and fun to use. I really enjoyed using this range.

and to finish off my catch up here are some some of the layouts i created for collections that came out in July and August. Hippy Girl, Secret Bird Society, Up, Up and Away and Lush

Thanks for looking and sorry its taken so long to share these things.
Hope you all have a wonderful weekend.

1 comment:

Nerrida said...

Melissa, I haven't seen some of these layouts before - they are gorgeous!