sabato 19 gennaio 2019

Krafty Kimmie challenge : Flowers


Hello and welcome to another fun
Saturday Challenge!
Are you ready for some krafty fun?
We can't wait for you to play along and share your amazing krafty kreations!

This week our hostess is Krafty Girl, 
Sabrina 
and your challenge theme is....


FIORI
BLOEMEN 


Each and every Saturday we post a brand new challenge for the week 
and you are welcome to enter as many times as you like! 
These must be new creations and you are welcome to use any stamp, 
however using a Kraftin' Kimmie Stamp will earn you double entries!
 Each submission will enter you into the monthly draw of a $40 gift voucher to the krafty shop!


We've also got a fun sketch to inspire you for the month of January! 
You don't have to use it but it's there for you to use if you need a little kickstart
....feel free to use it any time! 


There are two ways to enter our challenges! 
1) you can link up your entries at the bottom of this post and 
2) share your KKS creations in our Krafty Friends facebook group! 
We can't wait to see what you create!


Don't miss our Frugal Friday Specials!! 
There is a selection of our fabulous stamp sets on SALE 40% OFF 
but only for the weekend and only while supplies last!
Happy kraftin'!





My DT contribution is a sweet card with one of the bears
 from the new January Beary Love release.

The flowers are cutted out of foam and heated and curved.
Underneath the bear I have adedd some mixed media details,

I have used the stencil and some paste after it had dried I have added some ink too.
The happy heart stencil was used with some Nuvo mousse.

I have also used some ribbon and wooden buttons to complete the card.

Copic :

E 50, E 51, E 53, RV 21, RV 23


Nuvo mousse (mother of pearl)
Ice effect paste Viva
Preciouc Marieke flower die 
Flower foam Leane Creatief (pink )
Marianne Design die

challenge:
Moving along with the time - hearts ( on bear and stencilled background ) 

stamplorations - january animals

cardz 4 galz - dimentional elements


mercoledì 16 gennaio 2019

Super cool pals Kraftin Kimmie step by step colouring



Hi all,

A new year has started and perhaps where you live you have some snow..

You can colour snow with various Copic combo's .
I have made this card of a sweet snowman from Kraftin Kimmie 
 in one of my favorite snow combo's,
BG and BV.

But this snowman is not alone he also has a foxy friend!
Love this cute clearstamp set super-cool-pals designed by Sheryl Grant for Kraftin Kimmie.

Below you can find my step by step colouring.


I have stamped the super cool pals stamp set
from Kraftin Kimmie 
onto Perfect Colouring Paper
with Krafty Kolours Ink.


Colouring the snowman with :
BG 0000, BG 000, BV 0000


The jacket of the snowman with
B69, B 79, BV 08


The scarf with 
BG 43, BG 49


and
V 12, V 15, V 17


Some pattern on the scarf with
SP multiliner Turquoise 0.3,
multiliner lavender 0.3


The fox with
E 97, E 99, E 18


The carrot nose with
YR 61, YR 65, YR 68


Now I have added the coloured snowman and fox onto the background,
the  shaped piece of cardstock was cut with a lawn fawn die.

The text means for a real special person ( Impronte D'autore ) .
The stars were added with Nuvo paste using a stencil.

On the edges I have added some distress oxide 
and on the snow I have added some glitter.


I have decided to add some dots to create some texture on the dark jacket 
with a blender ( "0" )
and with a white gel pen I have added some details on the carrot, scarf  and jacket 


Time to add the texts onto the reveal wheel…
hello, ciao , hallo first in pencil an afterward with a black multiliner 
and now the mysterious part…

what happened to my photos of the finished card?
I have checked my photo camera , my computer files and mobile phone
but nothing at all :(. 

As I have put a lot of work into this tutorial I could not start a new one,
but before sending this card to a children's hospital in Italy 
for a charity initiative I have made this photo
The card was lilac and the reveal wheel bit was added onto that using some foam tape.


PS Did you see the new January release of Kraftin Kimmie?
Please see my previous posts to see the new January collection..

Thanks for your visit,
thanks
Blankina




























































lunedì 14 gennaio 2019

Plan it Anya..Copic Italia


Hi !

A new week a new card, did you see my posts for the new release of Kraftin Kimmie last week?
If not later you can still check  them out, just visit my previous posts.
Per vedere / leggere questo post in italiano cliccare qui.

A new year so lot of things to plan,
that's why I have picked my cute stamp from the Greeting Farm..
She is called plan-it-anya but she could have called plan it Anna ha ha.

I love to be organized and plan ahead.

Below some photos of the colouring ;



pelle / skin : E 51, E 53, E 55, E 02


gonna / skirt : B 21, B 24, B 28, B 39


capelli / hair : Y 21, Y 23, E 31, E 37, Y 19

The background is a little piece of  fluid alcol Copic art,
I have have dropped some drops of the Copic refill ( Various Ink B 28)
onto some Yupo paper and afterwards also some drops of blender ( Various Ink "0" ).


Now I was inspired by the challenge of Dutch Card Lovers,
they asked to make your own background and cut it to pieces.

I have used some MFT dies to do that.

sfondo / background : Copic Various Ink B 28, Copic various ink "0" blender


I have added some numbers ( collectables die Marianne Design) 
out of white cardstock and have coloured the numbers with BG 53, BG 57.

Between the stripes og background I have added some mini pearls ,
added some on her glasses and planner too.

On the glasses some glossy to make them look real glasses.

Copic :

pelle / skin : E 51, E 53, E 55, E 02
capelli / hair : Y 21, Y 23, E 31, E 37, Y 19
 gonna / skirt : B 21, B 24, B 28, B 39
camicia / shirt : BG 53, BG 57, BG 49
stivali / boots : T 5, B 39, BG 53
planner : E 97, E 99, E 37
scritta : multiliner 0.3 black

fustelle Marianne Design , My Favorite Things

challenge :

Dutch Card Lovers - challenge 303




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