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Topflight Stamps - Chinese New Year

Hi Everyone,

It's Topflight Stamps day!

You didn't think I am going to ignore the Chinese Lunar year, did you? Not if it celebrates the RAT!


I am just waiting for excuses to play with my favorite Katzelkraft rat stamps, LOL! Since I needed to fit 4 of them onto my card I went with the A10 format. I also did not want to overcrowd them - they can become a bit territorial, you know...

I stamped them and masked them and sprayed the background. Colored them (Inktense). The numbers are die cuts (Papertrey).


The rat info I got of the internet and printed it from my Computer.


Here is it enlarged - it's otherwise a bit hard to read.


Here are the stamp supplies I used:


Versafine ink, Hunkydory Prism Glimmer Mist


Linking up with:



Comments

Fantastic card for celebrating the Chinese New Year. I don't have any rats in my stash so cannot commemorate the occasion. But I do like how you have done so.
conil said…
Bwahahahahaha! This is an outstanding card and so good for any occasion this year, wedding, birthday, new baby, etc. And I love how you matched the rat to the blurbs next to them. Genius idea.
Anita in France said…
There's such personality in these rats, Cornelia ... so fun with the sentiments you created! Hugs, Anita :)
papierelle said…
Die Ratten und Du, das ist eine tolle (Bastel)Symbiose!!
Helen said…
What a super new year card, Cornelia! Those rats are perfect for each of your little sentiments! You just have to love Katzelkraft images - so much fun!!! Thanks so much for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday Challenge!
Tristan said…
Super cute card Cornelia. Love those cheeky mice and your colouring. Thanks for joining us this week at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge. Tristan DT.
Heidi Weaver said…
There's so much to love about your card for the Chinese New Year, Cornelia! The images of the rats are so expressive and, of course, so perfectly coloured. The sentiments which you've chosen to accompany the rats down the long card are absolutely perfect. Love them---had a chuckle over them, in fact. A beautifully designed card executed to perfection. Thanks so much for sharing with us at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.

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