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Katzelkraft - Time To Make Merry

Hi Everyone,

as you all know, Wednesday is Katzelkraft day on my blog. 
For today's post I got inspired by the current 52CCT challenge - the theme is under the Sea.


And as I am terribly behind in Christmas card making I thought I take advantage of that.

I stamped the Santa hat, masked it and then stamped the fish and masked it. Made the background with distress oxide inks and a stencil. The light chain is from the set Noel sleigh. I used bleach to get the stripes lighter. The sentiment is by Ellen Hutson.


Les Marins - KTZ226, Noel Sleigh - KTZ214   KTZ191  (FRANCE)
Les Marins - KTZ226, Noel Sleigh - KTZ214 (USA) (USA)



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:

52 CCT - Under the Sea
Cardz 4 Guys - Gone fishing
Christmas Craft Creations - Christmas animals
Little Red Wagon - use a stencil



Cardz 4 Guyzlittle red wagon

Comments

Anita in France said…
The bleached rays lighting up this cool Santa fish are fabulous, Cornelia ... as ever, brilliant colouring ... such a fun Christmas card! Hugs, Anita :)
So cute and clever to put the Santa hat on that fish. I love this idea.
conil said…
That fantastically colored fish looks so pleased to be wearing that Santa hat...not! Despite that, the card is simply brilliant. Love the sun rays in your beautifully blended sea. The sentiment tied in with the string of lights is perfect for adding a festive note.
Oh my gosh, that fish with the Santa hat is great! Love your light rays in the water too. Thank you for sharing with us at Cardz 4 Guys!
Melanie
Doni High said…
Love the Santa fish and the stenciled background. Thanks for sharing with us at Little Red Wagon this week.
Kim Heggins said…
Wow...simply stunning! So in love with this!
Lucinda said…
I love your fish's expression! Lovely colouring, the light rays are so effective. Thanks for joining our Under The Sea challenge at 52CCT this week.
TracyB said…
The Santa fish doesn't exactly look merry. I hope that changes soon. I like your take on our theme Under the Sea. Thanks for playing along with us at 52CCT.
Helen said…
I love the rays coming through the water and that super fun fish and sentiment! This is such a wonderful card!! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week! Take care!!:)
Dawn T said…
Super cool card Cornelia. Love the background and that fish is something else! Thanks for sharing with us at Watercooler Wednesday this week
Netta said…
Congrats for winning at 52CCt for the Under the Sea challenge. You won!!!! Your card is adorable!! please head over and check out the winners post. You were invited to be our Guest Designer!
https://52cct.blogspot.com/2020/08/winner-august-theme-challenge.html
Lady Joyful said…
This is such a fun design! Thank you for joining us at Christmas Craft Creations - Charlotte/Lady Joyful, DT
Penny said…
Such a lovely background and project. Thanks for playing in the Christmas Craft Creations challenge Penny DT)

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