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Katzelkraft Rat Hole

Hi Everyone,

It's Katzelkraft time!
Playing with my favorite rats and a hole...... A rathole, if you will!


This card required a bit of masking. The rest was easy - Inktense pencils. The letters are die cuts (Papertrey) and the tiny sentiment is from STAMPlorations.


You think you need those stamps?

You can get them directly from France: ratspaper hole


Happy Masking!

Linking up with:
Happy Little Stampers CAS challenge - Home (a rat home, of course!)
Stamp Ink Paper - four legged friends

Take It, Make It Challenge


Comments

Aileen said…
Ohh my god Cornelia you totally crack me up, your sense of humour is so good. I love it, just love it. I have the rats, just wish I could think on my feet as quick as you. This is top class, brilliant.
papierelle said…
Genial ... Klasse ... genau mein Ding!!!
Und erinnert mich wieder an Söhnchen's Bücher mit der Rattengang!!!
Cathy said…
Fabulous card Cornelia! I've seen this hole stamp and wondered how I would use it, you've created a brilliant scene with it! Cathy x
ionabunny said…
Cute rats and I love the hole stamp. Thanks for joining the fun at Lost Coast Designs Anything Goes challenge. Hugz
Hahaha!! Oh, I adore this rats!!! I wouldn't want them crawling anywhere near or inside my house but, I can't help but smile at these group of pals just living it up in a hole somewhere!!!!!
Fabulous coloring Cornelia and extraordinary masking!! I must go check out that hole image, I've never seen it on Katzelkraft, but then again, maybe I haven't look carefully enough.
Thank you for sharing.
XO,
Maria.

Love it, I need to pull out my torn stamp :)
How cute! I often say that sentiment myself when I forget things. This design is sure to bring smiles!
conil said…
Oh. My. God. Pure, unadulterated genius. What a wonderful family in their rathole home. I am suitably impressed with your masking and coloring. Bet these rats smell the same winner I do.
Gerrittina said…
Ooooooooooh, so great!!
Bobby said…
The looks on their faces is priceless, Cornelia. Like "oh no, we've been spotted."
stampwithamyk said…
Ha! That's too funny! Love the coloring and your clean design. Thanks for joining us at Sunday Stamps, hope to see you again soon!
Kim Heggins said…
Wow...this is just too darn clever and such an amazing card. What an incredible talent you have!
Mimi said…
Never thought I would need rat stamps, but these have such personality, I love 'em! Excellent masking! Great card!
Diese Karte ist mal wieder ein absolutes Sahnestück! Das könnte auch ein Kinoplakat sein.
Ich bin total begeistert, obwohl ich Ratten nicht wirklich mag. ;)
Liebe Grüße
Katrin
Anita in France said…
Hahaha ... I laughed out loud, Cornelia ... these munching rats in their hole are brilliant ... awesome masking, fabulous colouring ... so fun! Hugs, Anita :)
Julie B said…
Love that torn stamp, perfect home for those rats. Have to say I'm not usually a fan of the furry quadrupeds, they make rather a mess in our hay barn but these are quite fun.
Thanks for linking up at HLS CAS too. :)
Gingin said…
Haha!! Great card Cornelia! Love the masking and coloring. Thank you so much for joining us this week at Stamp Ink Paper :)
Oh my goodness.... I never thought I'd say a card with rats was adorable but this is! Love it! Thanks for sharing it with us and joining us at Stamp, Ink, Paper this week!
Darnell said…
You are seriously the Queen of Masking, Cornelia, and the Artist Supreme for all things Katzelkraft! This is a genius interpretation of the prompt HOME!! Thank you for playing in the HLS CAS Challenge for March! Hugs, Darnell
Ha, ha! Love it! I bet it will give the recipient a laugh!
Lucille K said…
Oh!! This card is wonderful, just love it :)
Linda said…
WOW! This is so much fun ... love it! Thank you for playing along with the Craft Stamper Challenge xx
shirley-bee said…
Fabulous! Rats have never looked so endearing! Thanks for playing along at Craft Stamper Take It, Make It :)
BożenA said…
Like any of your cards, this time we received a large dose of good humor and excellent technique. This is a very desirable combination. This card is just perfect!
Thank you for joining our challenge at HLS CAS.
BożenA DT HLS

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