Kaisercraft pioneered these fantastic wooden embellishments. They’re made of super thin plywood that you can use on your scapbook pages, off the page projects, cards and more! Leave them like they are or mist them, paint them, ink them and more!
Here’s just a few of our most popular designs:
FL342 Funky Butterflies
Using wooden flourishes on layouts and other projects are starting to become a trend at the scrapbook industry. Who can resist these gorgeous embellishments? You can use it raw or add other mediums like paint or sand.
For some part of my wooden flourishes, I have added a dab of crackle paint to add texture to it. I even distressed the edges to enhance the its intricate details.
“Gwen” layout by LG Belarmino – WOODEN FLOURISHES Dress Form (FL321) and Wings (FL346); English Rose collection: Muriel- Die Cut with gloss (PS129), Thelma (P597), Florence (Florence), Frieda (P600), Paper pad (PP835), Die Cuts (DC331), Printed Chipboard (CB119), and Rub-ons (RB888); Paper Blooms Fair Floss (F640), Crochet Doilies Nursery (EM953), Antique white acrylic paint (KC002), and Chipboard Letters (CB107). Others: Crackle Paint and corrugated board