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Believe in Magic with Katzelkraft

Hi Everyone,

this is my first blog post after my hiking vacation in Slovenia and it did take me quite a few days to get back into the swing of things.....but I am back now!!!!

Katzelkraft stamps make this easy for you - they instantly lift your mojo!


I used Big Cat #9 and colored it with Inktense pencils. The pretty street lamp is one of the new stamps. The sentiment is from English Quotes.

Rubber stamp Les gros chats 09 - French styleTampon LampadaireEnglish Quotes - Format A6 - Tampon scrapbooking - KTZ138

Did some sponging for the background.


So, do you believe in magic? 
If not, get yourself some Katzelkraft stamps ;)

Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:
Art Impressions - stamp a scene
As you like it - people or animals
 (obviously animal - I simply love this cat with its priceless expression)
Southern Girls - Crazy for Critters

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Comments

!neke said…
Love this Cornelia !!!
Cathy said…
Fantastic card Cornelis, love the scene you've created. those sentiments are fun too, Cathy x
Flo said…
Die Katze samt Laterne ist klasse!!! Da hast du mal wieder eine zündende Idee gehabt.
Es geht doch!!!
Liebe Grüße
BożenA said…
I have no doubt that magic exists and works. Your card is 200% magic. You made a glow of light around the lighthouse. It looks amazing. I'm sure you're a wizard :-)
Hugs,
BożenA
conil said…
Oh dear heaven...this cat and the spooky background and the lamp and... (I could type all day about this one). Your coloring has just created this amazing little masterpiece. Especially love how you managed the lamp's glow and the eyes on the cat. He looks both evil and hung over. This one's just AMAAAAZ-ing.
Wonderful card design and I love the way you added the color to it. Love the cat peeking around the corner too!
This card is truly stunning !
Terri Winske said…
What a great card, and even greater sentiment!! Perfect placement of your stamps, and I love the glow around the street lamp as well as the dark shading! So glad you shared this for our CAS challenge at Tuesday Throwdown!
Bobby said…
Great card, Cornelia. I love those Katzelkraft animals and you know just what to do with them.
Anita in France said…
Gorgeous glow from the lamp, Cornelia ... love how it lights that peeking out cat ... magical!! Hugs, Anita :)
papierelle said…
Spitze, mega, cool ....
Larissa said…
Very awesome card! I love the image and the sentiment. Thanks so much for joining us at As you like it!

Hugs,
Larissa

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