DT Kasia’s latest pieces

Here is a look at  some of the latest beautiful creations from DT Kasia and a link to some of the products used.


Don’t forget to visits Kasia’s page where a lot of these projects are demoed live for you:



Magic Paints:








Wood Slices:


Sparks paints:




Chipboard Quote:


Rice Paper:







Oxide Sprays:


Junk Journal Kit:




Color Glows:


Paper Set:


Chipboard Stickers:


Flower Mixes:


Gloss Sprays:


Chipboard Door:


Color Glows:


Wax Pastes:



Escape, Mixed Media Notebook

Escape Notebook by Lorna

This was a I can’t sleep, middle of the night project. I have had a few sleepless nights in the past week or so, another project I did in the middle of the night was a scrapbook page, I will show that later.
So a little A5 notebook, could be used for all sorts of subjects.
another from my march kit from Thompsons craft supplies
The products i have used for this are available from thompsons craft supplies, see links below.
shabby velour vintage green paint
AB studio somewhere papers
hobbilicious  hobballs small
I also used some thick paste and some gel medium as my glue.
Firstly, I covered my notebook with some of the paper using the gel paste to glue and used some open scissors to distress the edges. I added my paste through the stencil dried it and then I went round the edge randomly with some gel medium and sprinkled the hobballs over it, again i dried it and when all was dry, I dry brush painted round the edge of my notebook and over the hobballs.
I sponge painted my escape title using the shabby velour paint. You get a better result sponging with this paint I think rather than with a paint brush.
I then fussy cut from my paper pack and layered it up.
so a very quick finish but a lovely finish, would make a lovely gift.

Remember the now notebook

I am addicted to notebooks, i just love making them, this is a ready made notebook that i have decorated the cover.

using some of my latest kit from Thompsons craft supplies

Using the 13arts Grungy walls papers and some other items from Louise’s shop, the leaf stencil, the distress ink sprays and micro beads.


Sunday, cuttin n stickin

Sunday, cuttin n stickin
well what a fab Day i had with Louise and Kasia
plotting and planning, cuttin n stickin!!
we were planning a 2020 retreat, making samples of some of the fab new papers in the shop Thompsonscraftsupplies
spending time with fab friends and eating a gorgeous lunch, what more could you ask for…..oh to do it all again soon please!!
these are AB Studio Breeze of the Forest papers, absolutely gorgeous and the quality of these papers is amazing, just loved all the fussy cutting, and layering, one of my fave ways to craft.
started off on the book and i covered the front cover with one of the 12×12 sheets, sanded, inked and sanded again the edges and all over, then i coloured a heavy paste and stenciled some flowers which matched the papers perfectly.
i then went over with a clear gesso.
next was a lot of fussy cutting and picked where my design was going, top left corner and bottom right corner.
i decided on my layering, and then using something to give height to the elements, either folded card, lefteover mdf pieces, those that are left in the sheets or 3d foam pads, i layered up and stuck my pieces in place using 3d gel.
tucking bits behind, lots of overlapping.
then the splattering with watered down white gesso.
when it was all dry i coated it all with a layer of clear gesso to help protect in when in use.
The Gift box
it was the same principles for my box i cut my pieces to fit the tops and sides on my box, using some open scissors i distressed the edges, stuck them down , inked the edges and then covered with some clear gesso which dragged some of the ink into the main paper which gave a lovely effect.
i layered up with some cheesecloth first then the fussy cut elements.
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