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Get Well Wishes with Katzelkraft

Hi Everyone,

a friend asked me to make a get well card for her - so I grabbed the deflated elephant from Katzelkraft - my go to stamp for that occasion. Its from the set Les Jungles - I copied a picture below.




  See all those fun critters? 
Les Jungles - Rubber stamp - French Style

I love them all - each one is so expressive!

I stamped, water colored and Brusho'ed. Added the sentiment (Honey Bee). I first did not add splatters (card above), then I changed my mind. I like the splattered version better.


Happy Splattering!

Linking up with:

2 Crafty Critters Crazies - feature a creature 
Watercooler Wednesday Challenge - masculine anything goes
2 Crafty Critter Crazies

Comments

Flo said…
Stimmt!!! Die Version mit den Spritzern gefällt mir auch besser, die Karte sieht nicht so leer aus.
Der arme Elefant scheint unter eine Dampfwalze gekommen zu sein. Sooooo platt kann man nicht von allein werden, auch nicht, wenn man krank ist.
Diese Katzenkraft-Stempel sind einfach nur herrlich.
Und du machst so schöne Karten damit, da müsstest du einen Extraorden bekommen.
Liebe Wochenendegrüße
Tanja said…
der Arme sieht ja echt fertig aus
papierelle said…
Oh je, den hat's ja wirklich schlimm erwischt. Scheint aber ein männliches Exemplar zu sein, wir Frauen können uns gar nicht so hängen lassen .... ;-)
Mac Mable said…
The most perfect image for the sentiment and loving the splats x
conil said…
You know this is my favorite elephant, right? And today, it looks like how I feel so it really appeals to me. Perfect for a "feel better" card.
Kim Heggins said…
Adorable...what a sweet card, so in love with that fabby elephant!
Fun card but that elephant looks pretty well worn out. You do great fun card designs always. They are a joy to see!
Darnell said…
He's my fave, too, for get well cards, but you are way more talented with watercolors and splatters than I am, Cornelia! I aspire and I love this!! Hugs, Darnell
Anita in France said…
A perfect get well card, Cornelia! That poor elephant ... he really does look so under the weather ... though he's sure to raise a smile and lift the spirits of the recipient! Hugs, Anita :)
Heidi Weaver said…
Oh my goodness, Cornelia, what a darling elephant image--and he looks so out of sorts. Poor thing! Wonderful colouring! I, too, like the splattered version better. It seems perfect for the state the poor elephant is in. Great card! Thanks so much for joining our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.
Susan Powell said…
Love that elephant! And your coloring is fantastic!
Lady Joyful said…
Fabulous card with a great image. I love how you coloured it! Thank you for joining us at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge - Charlotte/Lady Joyful, DT

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