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Katzelkraft - Windy Day

Hi Everyone,

it's Katzelkraft Wednesday!

 We had a winter storm here in New Jersey and I took that as my inspiration for this week post. 

I used the Windy Day stamp. It felt just perfect for this occasion.
 I stamped it onto photo paper and masked it with a Post-it note. I sprinkled grey Brusho pigments on it and spritzed generously with water. The pigment seeps right into the paper. It also seeped a bit under my masking, but it came out cool. I took a Stabilo marker and added some color touches to the hair, legs, coat and umbrella.
The sentiment is a CUTplorations die cut.

I am quite pleased with how this came out. I have to use photo paper more often with Brushos!

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:

Night Shift Stamping - anything goes

Take It, Make It Challenge


Cath Wilson said…
The Brushos are perfect for this image, looking like scattering leaves. This is one of my favourite stamps and you've made a great card with it.

Cath x
Gorgeous Cornelia, the brushos look wonderful in this blustery scene:)
conil said…
This image is so indicative of how blustery it has been here although not as cold as your location. Love all the movement in the stamp and how your Brusho's enhanced it. Certainly looks like Winter to me.
Mac Mable said…
I really must try Brusho's on photo paper too....Thank you for the tip.
A stunning card, great movement and the stamp is perfect for the sentiment and love the effect from the Brusho's...Wonderful card, which I love x.
Wow - absolutly wonderful! I like the colours so much.
Thanks for sharing your card at NSS.
Good luck and best wishes!
Ilse (thera)
Linda said…
This looks fab .... the background is amazing and I love the stamp. Thank you for playing along with the Craft Stamper challenge xx
Anita in France said…
I can almost feel that wild wind she's up against, Cornelia ... what a fantastic stormy scene ... you captured it perfectly! Hugs, Anita :)
ElizabethR said…
I absolutely love that, it's fab. Thanks for joining in with us at the Craft Stamper Challenge, Elizabeth x
I love the windy day card you made...great image. And, it really does look like it is indeed windy with the background and colors.
Elina Stromberg said…
So beautiful! Thanks for sharing and playing with us at Craft Stamper January challenge!
Bobby said…
After seeing this I'm trying Brushos on photo paper too, Cornelia. This is one of my favorite cards you've ever done.
Flo said…
Oh, auf Deiner Karte ist es aber seeeehr stürmisch!!! Hoffentlich fliegen der Dame nicht die letzten Haare vom Kopf!!!
Toll ist diese Karte mal wieder.
Super, dass Du sie bei NSS zeigst, tausend Dank dafür.
Jetzt bleibt mir nur noch, Dir die Auslosungsdaumen zu drücken.
Liebe Grüße, Flo
papierelle said…
Großartig!!!! Der stürmische Hintergrund ist Dir super gelungen!!!
Mac Mable said…
Congratulations Cornelia on the shout out over at The Craft Stamper Challenge with your unique and amazing card x.
Julie B said…
What a great background, I can imagine the girl struggling with the weather, it was just like that here the other day!
Congrats on your top 3 at Craft Stamper too. :)
This looks amazing! I really like your technique!

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