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Katzelkraft - Minuscule

Hi Everyone,

as you all know, Wednesday is Katzelkraft day on my blog. 
This card I made for the current Traumfabrik challenge - the theme is Minuscule.



I had to create this little insect scene with the humongous grass - an ancient Stampin' Up stamp to shrink those insects down to size....

If you don't know the movie you should at least watch a compilation HERE. It's definitely worth it!

My Katzelkraft stamps:

Les Nounounes KTZ234, English Quotes ktz139(FRANCE)
 Bugs and Insects  KTZ234 (USA)

Stamped the grass in two different greens, although they look quite similar here. Stamped the insects. Used bleach to get rid of the grass in the insects and once it was dry colored the insects with water brush markers. Stamped the sentiment. In the end I decided to sponge a bit of green at the bottom.



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: Topflight StampsLost Coast Designs, or Frantic Stamper

Use code FUNSTAMPING to get 12% discount at Topflight Stamps.

Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:

Traumfabrik - Minuscule - mandibles from far away
The Male Room - in the garden
Animal Friends Challenge - insects
Mod Squad Challenge - nature scene

Zum Mitnehmen:Top3 ButtonModSquad Challenge


Comments

Cathy said…
This is one awesome card Cornelia! Using the long grass definitely got the insects at the right scale, fabulous design. I think your stash must be amazing too!! Cathy x
papierelle said…
Super!!!! Und der Spruch ist genial!!!
conil said…
What a great Spring card. So beautifully colored...those bugs look amazing and very happy.
Fantastic scene. I love the wonderful bright colors you used for it.
Cath Wilson said…
What a great way to use that grass stamp - I have it, too - this looks wonderful. Love those little insects. I think I'm going to need more Katzelcraft stamps soon! Gorgeous.
Cath x
Anita in France said…
Great way to put those little insects into perspective, Cornelia ... they're so fun ... a brilliant scene! Hugs, Anita :)
Dreja said…
Ganz wundervoll gemacht.
Danke für deine Teilnahme bei den Animal Friends.
LG Dreja
Kuni said…
Your card ist wonderful.
Thank you for joinning us at the Animal Friends.
Hugs
Kuni
Wickcliss said…
What a fun card featuring those insects in the garden. Thank you for playing along at The Male Room, cheers, Clarissa DT
I don't just like it I LOVE it, great idea to add the giant grass for the insects, a Super card. Thank you so much for joining us in our In the Garden challenge at The Male Room this week. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.

Faith The Male Room DT

Sari / Granne said…
Ooh, fun and colorful card, I also have those bugs stamps, so thank you for the inspiration. Thank you also for joining us in our "In the Garden" challenge at The Male Room. I hope to see you again our new "Landscapes" challenge.
Andreja said…
Such a beautiful card :-)) I like your funny stamps, adorable they are!
Thanks for joining us at The Male Room.
Hugs, Andreja
Rosmarie said…
Meine Güte, was sich da so alles tummelt im hohen Gras!! Wie genial ich deine Karte finde, hab ich dir ja schon gesagt, aber ich habe festgestellt, dass ich mich noch gar nicht bei dir bedankt habe!! Vielen Dank, liebe Cornelia, für's Mitmachen bei der Traumfabrik Challenge! ...vielleicht magst du auch unsere neue Challenge ;) LG, Rosi

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