Skip to main content

Katzelkraft - I am a Dreamer

    Hi Everyone,

I am back with my weekly Katzelkraft post.



I used a gel print background from my stash and added some stenciling. Stamped the animal on a piece of scrap paper, colored it with water brush pens and cut it out. Added the sentiment. Sponged around the edges a bit.

The stamps I used are from the following sets:

Prehistoriques - KTZ 246, Dreamer KTZ169 (FRANCE)
Prehistorics - KTZ 246, Dreamer KTZ169 (USA)



Hope you liked this - I'll be back next Wednesday with more Katzelkraft inspiration. 
Thanks for visiting!

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:

The Library Challenge - see picture below















      

Comments

Cool card! I love the background.
conil said…
Precious dinosaur...and I love the sentiment. But that background smacked me right between the eyes and made me gasp.
Anita in France said…
What a fabulous background, Cornelia ... there's so much depth in it ... and that critter is a riot! The sentiment you chose goes so well with the John Lennon dark shades and the wild hair! Hugs, Anita :)
Marina said…
Love the musical sentiment and the quirkiness of this, Thanks for joining The Library.

Popular posts from this blog

Easter Egg and Bunny

Hi Everyone, I made a bunch of Easter cards, after all its little more than one month and I need to send them out in time... You see, they are all similar - using both the die cut and the negative, that I cut from a die cut egg. The cute bunnies got their yearly appearance - they are from Impression Obsession. the egg is by Lifestyle Crafts. The sentiment is by Papertrey. And here are bigger photos from this set: Linking up with Creative with Stamps - Easter The Paper Players - die cutting Die Cut Divas - animals Happy Little Stampers - anything goes with dies

Dandelion and Christmas Trees

Hi  Everyone, I am getting tired of making Christmas cards.... I needed a break from them. I love the inspiration picture for the current Sunday stamps challenge , so I pulled out my ancient Hero Arts stamp to make this card.  The sentiment is by Unity stamps. Did some masking and sponging. I also performed a little surgery on my stamp, as those falling dandelion seeds are attached to the main stamp. Just a little cut with my Exacto knife and I set them free! I am also linking up with: Mod Squad Challenge  - Anything but Christmas (exactly how I feel....) Happy Little Stampers Dec CAS Challenge   -  Favorite Technique (sponging is my favorite)    But I do have a Christmas card for you, in fact I  made two - they are slightly different - do you see it? My materials are: tree dies - Papertrey, sentiment - Simon Says stamps, some punches, gingham stamp - Stampin' up, PP cut with a die by Paper Smooches, added a little bit of Stickles to the tre

So Suzy Stamps November Blog Hop

Hi Everybody! Welcome to the November So Suzy Stamps Design Team Blog Hop! Perhaps you arrived form the talented Martha from Stampartpapel. My So Suzy stamp supplies : I used a paint chip and stamped the baubles in Versamark ink. Then I heat embossed them in silver. Fuzzy cut them and glued them onto a dry embossed card stock. Added a sliver embroidery thread and silver Washi tape. Heat embossed the sentiment in silver on a torn strip of vellum/ Added enamel dots and sequins. Your next stop on the hop is Olesya - she makes the most amazing cards! You can't miss her! In case you get lost, here is the full line-up:  So Suzy blog Justine Martha Cornelia - you are here Olesya Josefine Giada Ceal Monica Nupur Of course we have prizes: $25 gift certificate to So Suzy Stamps Christmas Bunkie Bag - leave a comment for your chance to win! You have until November 5th to do that. And the best of all - we'