10 January 2017

Pretty Kitties



Welcome to Day TWO of the January Peeks at Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps!

Today we have a second stamp set from artist Cheryl Grant and I think you'll agree...it's purr-fect! It's called PRETTY KITTIES!


This sweet new set features little girl Lexi and a trio of her adorable fluffy friends!!! It features one large main image plus SEVEN coordinating sentiments!

You will see today's set in action as you hop around the Krafty blogs! You'll see the list below and be sure to leave some love at each stop because one lucky commenter is going to WIN a gift voucher to the krafty shop!

ALL SIX of the new January clear stamp sets will be released on Saturday afternoon! Be sure to join us at the LIVE Online Release party beginning at 1pm EST! Come join us to help celebrate the new release, check out lots of krafty kreations, have a chance to win some prizes and hang out with all our krafty friends! Hope to see you there!


For my creation with with this adorable stamp set, I decided to use a bright palette and embellishments.


I even added a touch of pink in and doilies to the inside.


Read on for how I created the card or CLICK HERE to skip to the Blog Hop and Comments.



Supplies


Putting It Together

Normally I have a series of pictures at various stages, but my camera decided to wonk out and none of the pictures I took are usable *sniffle* 


I stamped the image on watercolour paper with pink ink so I could do a "no lines" colouring. I use Distress Inks with a waterbrush and keep notes on colours used. 


I used Wink of Stella on the flower in her hair and Stickles StarDust for the flower applique on her dress. Stickles has more glitter and a tiny bit of dimension. StarDust is clear so any colour below shows through. 


I used an embossing folder for the dark green panel, Since I used a Core'dinations cardstock with a lighter core, I used a nail buffer to sand off some some of the embossed swirls to reveal the inner colour. To add a bit of colour to the card base, I used a stenciling brush to add the lightest pink (Spun Sugar) and then, with a stencil in place, added a darker pink (Festive Berries). The ClarityStamp stencil brushes were a Christmas gift from a dear friend. They add a soft bit of colour. 


I used the same brush to add a bit of soft colour to the inside of the card as well.


Using embellishments from the January and September Surprise Kits, I added pink velvety glittered Hydrangeas and lime green and sunshine yellow doilies. I also added doilies to the inside of the card.




Challenges

Fab 'n' Funky: Little Girl
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: New Something
Simon Says Stamp Work It Wednesday: Something New
Pearly Sparkles: With Thanks
Inspiration Destination: Anything Goes


14 comments:

  1. Really love how you finished the inside of the card to co-ordinate. I am just starting to do that to. Really makes a wonderful difference.

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  2. Cute! Those doilies are the perfect finishing touch

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  3. Very cute pinks and greens go together

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  4. Love the card and the details on how you did it!

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  5. great card love all of the detail!!!!

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  6. great work. good ideas for future cards

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  7. Wow! Such a sweet card!!! Amazing colouring and details!!!

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  8. Awesome card love the bright colors.

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  9. Beautiful Card!
    Love the bright colors.

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  10. Outstanding card Rijacki! I love how you colored the image and added all the pretty details.

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  11. Love your card sweet friend! Love how you used those doilies!!!

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  12. I think you did a great job with the noline <3

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