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Katzelkraft - Dreams of Flying

Hi Everyone,

it's Katzelkraft Wednesday!

This is an interactive card - I though it would be fun if you could twirl around the propeller. I have a little movie below, to show you.

I used the set Les Pabos Aviateur.

I stamped the little pilot and colored it with Inktense and Finetec Mica colors. I made the sky with a MFT stencil. I die cut the frame with a CUTplorations nesting die and mounted it with foam tape. I added a second propeller with a brad.

Here is my little movie - I hope it works.....

Hope you liked this - I'll be back next Wednesday with more Katzelkraft inspiration!

If you feel the urge to buy any Katzelkraft products, you can also order them in the US from those companies: Lost Coast DesignsTopflight Stamps or Frantic Stamper 

Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:

Thank You DI Blog Hop - honoring Di, the queen of snippets 7th blogaversary 
(my snippet is the extra propeller and maybe even the frame that I cut out of an old advertisement)


conil said…
Such a cute card. Love the sky and the colorful pilot in his little plane. Sadly, I couldn't get it to work but it's still a wonderful card for anyone.
Brenda said…
OMGosh, this is an adorable card! I love your skyline, but that little guy just cracks me up-he is just the cutest with that expression on his face. lol Love the sentiment as well. A great way to honor Di! Hugs, Brenda
Kathyk said…
Stupendous stamping, love this set - it's on its way to me too! Happy SNIPPETversary

Liz said…
Love this card, what a fun image!
Bobby said…
You know how much I loved this image and I just sent you an email with the card I made using the ones you sent. The second propeller was genius but unfortunately the video didn't work for me.
Jane Willis said…
What a fantastic stamp set, and a wonderful card you've made with it
marilyn said…
Love your cards...always make me smile! Cute idea with the propeller too. I also couldn't get the video to work.
EmmaT said…
Fantastic fun card, think this is another Katzelkraft stamp i need in my stash - love how you made the propeller turn. Brilliant use of snippets too. Emma
Mac Mable said…
What a fun card and love the propeller idea and the stamped image is wonderful...I too cannot get the video to work but I can imagine it x.
KandA said…
Fabulous card and that is a wonderful image xx
Sarn said…
SUPER card Cornelia. Unfortunately, I couldn't play the video on my Linux machine . . . but I get the idea!

There's a slightly raucous celebration going on behind the bike sheds .. . come along if you dare!
Hugs, Sarn
Stamping for Pleasure
Di said…
What a fabulous card Cornelia! I love that it's interactive :)

It was such a surprise to find out about Darnell's blog hop - many thanks for your kind words. Needless to say I'm really deeply touched by so many wonderful friends joining in - what a wonderful gesture. Thank you so much!

I do hope you find time to come and play with us sometime soon. Double goes on the swings - and a cuddle with Dudley our new little Playground 'woofer'.


Di xx
Robyn Oliver said…
OH this is a fabulous fun card Cornelia, the image and sentiment are just right for each other
Megan J said…
Hi Cornelia, a fun image and card, love the interactive propeller... a fun card to celebrate Miss Di's seventh anniversary... have a wonderful weekend.. Megan
Janice said…
A gorgeous snippets card for a lovely lady!
Darnell said…
Oooh, loving this guy, Cornelia. I love that you made the snippets propeller interactive and you've got my wheels turning with ideas, too! Love the blues! Thank you so much for joining in the Hop to thank our Miss Di!! Hugs, Darnell
Anita in France said…
What a wild ride this little guy is having, Cornelia ... and how fun that you have the propeller turning! Great colouring, brilliant background, a fabulous scene! Can't get the video to work ... though I'm imagining! Hugs, Anita :)
Donna said…
What a darling card and beautiful coloring!
Suchi said…
Hey Cornelia! This card is so fun and cuteeee!!! Love it! :)
Suchi xx
debby4000 said…
Oh what a fabulous card, great use of the image.
Thank you for joining us at Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
Monika Reeck said…
The cloud is adorable
and love the face of the pilot
and lovely coloring wooowww
great coloring always Miss Cornelia
Ich habe dich vermiss...
sehen wir uns ab und zu in Blogland? :)
many thanks for playing along with us at ATSM this time
biiig hugs
deine freundin in Munich Monika (auch DT by ATSM)
That is an amazing card and your colouring is awesome! Thanks for sharing it with us at Addicted to Stamps and More and I look forward to seeing more of your beautiful creations again soon. Hugs, Gwendolyn
Helen said…
Such a fun card!
Helen x

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