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Katzelkraft - Relax

  Hi Everyone,
I am back with my weekly Katzelkraft post. 


I am playing along with the Fusion challenge - see picture below. I thought the Katzelkraft Farm set is just perfect for the inspiration photo. 

My stamp supplies:


 Farm Animals - KTZ208, Relax sentiments - KTZ222 (FRANCE)
  Farm Animals - KTZ208, Relax sentiments - KTZ222  (USA)

As usual I stamped and masked and colored with water brush pens. Added the sentiment and a strip of patterned paper on top. 




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:

Fusion challenge - photo option











Comments

conil said…
You have to know by now how much I love this stamp set. Love how you combined these sweet critters.
Linda Callahan said…
Your critters are fabulous! Such a fun card!
Laurie Unger said…
Oh, my goodness! This is so cute! I giggled when I saw this. Great take out the Fusion Card Challenge - thanks for playing along.
Darnell said…
Bwahaha, now I feel a lot better. Here I was, thinking it WAS a competition, phew!! Brilliant coloring on those critters, Cornelia! I want to kiss that cow right on her fat lips!! Hugs, Darnell
Anita in France said…
Hahahahaha ... yep, I'm right there with you, Cornelia ... fantastic ... your amazing colouring brings this group of crazies to life! Hugs, Anita :)
Flo said…
Diese Tiere sind immer wieder herrlich und zaubern dem Betrachter stets ein L├Ącheln ins Gesicht. Sollte man schlechte Laune haben - nun ist sie sofort verflogen.
LG Flo
Claire Grantham said…
OMG this is wonderful, I love these crazy creatures!! And your colouring is perfect. The sentiment is hilarious. Thanks for joining us at The Fusion Card Challenge. Claire DT
Cath Wilson said…
How lovely to see these 'old friends' on your blog! I'm so tempted to get mine out again now...I absolutely love these animals and the characters they were given by the artist. So much fun! Thank you for the inspiration :-)
Cath x
Wanda Cullen said…
These critters are just so darn cute and so perfect for the barnyard theme happening at Fusion! So glad you were able to join us in the challenge!
Karren said…
This is fabulous and I just love that sentiment - so very true :). Thanks so much for joining us at Fusion.
Jeanne J. said…
Eeek! Your farm animals are so cute.. but you made them beautiful with your coloring! I love this!

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