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Katzelkraft - You've Got this!

Hi Everyone,

I am back with my weekly Katzelkraft post. 

This is a simple almost one layer card. I stamped the crazy  bird, hand drew the net and the fly. Colored them with alcohol ink markers. I stamped and heat embossed the sentiment and added it. Trimmed the card and added a strip of striped paper on the side.

The stamps I used are from the following sets:
All Mad Here - KTZ298Les Nounounes - KTZ234   (FRANCE)

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

Linking up with:
Traumfabrik - Looney Tunes
Cardz 4 Guys - make us  laugh



















Comments

Flo said…
Ein schlaues Huhn!!!
Pamela said…
the stamp image is just too adorable and fits perfectly to our theme at C4Guyz, a humor card! Thank you for joining us at submit your creation
papierelle said…
Von wegen dummes Huhn, dieses hier ist recht clever!!! Mal wieder eine herrliche Schmunzelkarte!!! Danke für's Zeigen bei der Traumfabrik!! LG Gundi
dj said…
That silly chicken is sure to bring a smile. I love it!! Thanks for play along with our "Make Us Laugh/Smile" challenge over Cardz 4 Guyz.
- Deb Horst, DT #C4G317

Julie B said…
Great card Cornelia and great freehand additions too. Your funky chicken certainly made me smile. Thanks for sharing it with us at Cardz4Guyz. :)
Rosmarie said…
Hey, was für ein kluges Huhn - lässt sich einfach von Cornelia ein Netz zeichen!!! So toll wieder!! Was wäre unser Bastler-Dasein, ohne die lustigen Katzelkraft Stempel!? Vielen Dank für's Mitmachen bei der Traumfabrik. LG, Rosi

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