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Katzelkraft Calendar - March

    Hi Everyone,

I am back with my weekly Katzelkraft post.
I am having so much fun with my Katzelkraft calendar. I am quite happy with my third page. 
March is dedicated to Equinox, which is this year on March 20.

It took my a while to come up with the idea. Sketched it out, before I started. 
First I stamped all the birds. Next I made the background with watercolors. Colored the birds with watercolors as well and a few marker accents. 

Masked the birds and added the trees and shrubs. In the end I sponged a bit over my background, as it looked kind of splotchy. Added the calendar page into the center.

The stamps I used are from the following sets:
Les Chouettes- KTZ237, Birds- KTZ151, Winter Wonderland - KTZ280
Into the Wild - KTZ281, Herbs Folles - KTZ256 (FRANCE)

 Owls- KTZ237, Birds- KTZ151, Winter Wonderland - KTZ280, Into the Wild - KTZ281, Weeds -KTZ272,  (USA)

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

Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:
The Male Room - animals


conil said…
Fantastic coloring...morphing from night to daylight is amazing and so effective. Plus those birds look very happy in their environment.
papierelle said…
Oh ist das toll und es ist Dir super gelungen, Tag und Nacht darzustellen!!
AWESOME page, beautiful work. Thank you so much for joining us in our Animals challenge at The Male Room Good Luck and I hope you will join us in our next challenge.
Faith DT

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