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Rainbow Cats

Hi Everyone,

I am playing again with my Stampotique stamps - the current challenge is one layer - my favorite theme!


Aren't they cute? I especially love the little pink vampire cat. I started out sponging 4 different colors. I then added the drips with an iStencil


Added the cats and colored them with Inktense pencils in similar colors. Added white Sharpie accents. The sentiment is by Neat and Tangled.


Meowwww and Happy Stamping!

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Marci said…
This is awesome! Do you do videos???
papierelle said…
Ich sehe da einheimische Tiere ... würde doch schon passen und cool ist sie auch!!
Flo said…
Die linke Katze scheint genau die Übungen mit ihrem Arm zu machen, wie ich sie machen muss.
Der Rest schaut nur zu. Wie das halt so ist.
Regenbogenkatzen hab ich noch nie gesehen, was allerdings nicht heißen muss, dass es sie nicht gibt.
Liebe Grüße
MA said…
Love, love, your card! I love cats stamps. Using the stencil and pencils was a great idea! Thanks for sharing your talent.
Susanne Vargas said…
Bunt und witzig! Bin ganz begeistert von diesem Stencil, ich glaube, der sollte bei mir wohnen...
conil said…
Clever girl...those cats are hilarious. They all look so startled. The stencilled drips are a stroke of genius and the color matching is superb.
Corrie Herriman said…
Fabulous ! Thanks for joining us over at Stampotique !
Corrie x
Bobby said…
The inking is fabulous with the drips, Cornelia.
Monika Reeck said…
hiyaa cuutee Image again
and love the rainbow behind the cat and color the cat also rainbow hehe so sweet
and I owe a birthday card for you will send soon
we are both Aries girl I just remember again
look at your post box Schatzy
hugs
Monika
This is a lovely idea for a single layer card! Thanks so much for joining us at Stampotique this week!
Val :)
Mimi said…
Simply love this!
Super awesome card! Those colors are so vibrant and cheerful. Thank you for sharing with ATSM!
Der Blick der Katzen! *lach* Unbezahlbar! Aber die "Regenbogen-Technik" gefällt mir auch sehr gut. Eine tolle Wirkung!
Liebe Grüße
Katrin
This N That said…
This is fantastic. I am so inspired to create! Thank you for sharing with us over at Stampotique!
Anita in France said…
Tee hee, Cornelia ... I laughed out loud at these fun cats ... love how you've made it look as though the rainbow has dripped down over them ... so clever! Hugs, Anita :)
Julie S said…
This is incredible!! Love how you used the stencil to create layers and the rainbow cats are awesome. Thanks for joining our challenge again at the SDC blog.
Jools Robertson said…
Fabulous! Lobe the rainbow colours
Thank you for joining the Stampotique Challenge
Jools x
Tera Callihan said…
Love this Idea!!!!! Also super cute stencil! I love drippy art! Thank you for Joining us in the designers Challenge at Stampotique Originals!

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