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Katzelkraft - Nature Scene

Hi Everyone,

I am back with my weekly Katzelkraft post. I wanted to play along with Tag along with Isa over on Facebook - see graphic below. I went with the square card, all the colors from the photo and the letters M for mushroom, N for Nature, S for Schwein (pig) and E for Ente (duck). You had to choose 3 letters from the word AUTOMNE or if you speak a second language you can use the word in your language, which is HERBST. As far as I know mix and match is allowed. Now all those requirements give me anxiety, but I was determined to get over that, LOL! And I managed...... 
I started with brushing the background. No need to be perfect here, as there are a lot of things going on anyhow. I stamped all the mushrooms, the pig and the duck and cut them on my Scan'N Cut. I then colored them with alcohol ink markers. Stamped the background stuff and then added my colored items.

The stamps I used are from the following sets:
Mushpignons - KTZ277, Whimsy Mushrooms - KTZ191, Farm Animals - KTZ208, Herbes Folles - KTZ272,  Flowers&Nature - KTZ274  (FRANCE)

Mushrooms - KTZ277, Whimscal Mushrooms - KTZ191, Farm Animals - KTZ208, Weeds - KTZ272,  Flowers&Nature - KTZ274  (USA)

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

Linking up with:
Tag along with Isa
Retro rubber challenge - fall stamps (all stamps are pretty old/ancient)


Conny said…
Wow.. die ist mega genial! Das Schweinchen find ich klasse! :))
Heather said…
What a colorful and cute scene! Love the depth of color you have, and so much detail! Very fun! Thanks so much for playing at Retro Rubber!

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