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Saturday, November 14, 2009

Crazy4Challenges with Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps


I was able to combine two Challenges again for today! Our Crazy4Challenges Team Challenge was to create a card using acetate, while Kraftin' Kimmie's Hostess Extraordinaire Andrea, has us using lots and lots of circles!!!



I created this card using Bernadette, a scrumptious little Snow Bunny! I used the snowflake stamp that comes as an accessory for Antoinette, another Kraftin' Kimmie image and stamped on the acetate with white pigment ink. In reality, Bernadette has a lovely little body, but being that the challenge was to use plenty 'O circles, I cropped her a wee bit. I coloured her with Copics, inked around the image with Baby Blue Pigment Ink and added some white gel pen snowflakes. Her Fuzzy Earmuffs and Handwarmer...... I completely drew a blank as to what that is called and her scarf are flocked with Our Craft Lounge Sparkly Fluff and as you can see, it's very very sparkly!


I made more circles with Basic Grey DP (Eskimo Kisses) and the scalloped edge actually sits on the inside of the card with a place to hold the sentiment. I punched some white snowflakes as embellies and inked the edges with the blue ink. The sentiment is from Kraftin' Kimmie's Holiday Sentiment Set.

The little clear dimensional circles are page pebbly type of things........adding more circles and a little oomph to the centre of the snowflakes.

Soooo you may want to play along with both challenges

To play the C4C Challenge ensure that you visit the blog to add your creation via Mr. Linky

This week with the Kraftin' Kimmie Challenge, you can win Piper, a fun and funky image just for playing! Head on over to the Blog to get all the deets!

AND

If you get a chance to surf, check out the C4C Chicks and Kraftin' Kimmie Girls to see their absolutely eye catchin' creations!

Happy Stamping

*****Vicki~~~~~

21 comments:

  1. your coloring is truly inspiring....and this is such a sweet acetate card with such a darling image....tfs

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  2. oh how sweet - love it.

    Ann xxx

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  3. Lynnor aka icensheba on scsNovember 14, 2009 at 6:17 AM

    Oh, this is so adorable!! I love the cute image and your great coloring!! The acetate bg is perfect to add to the icey look of your fab-o creation!!

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  4. Vicki this is way to cute, I LOVE it!!

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  5. I'd say you rocked both of these challenges, Vicki!!! Love those snowflakes on the acetate!

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  6. So So so darn cute Vicki!!!

    Big Hugs~ lORi

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  7. This is so perfect for a winter snowflakey card Vicki. Love the acetate use and Bernadette looks beautiful. Awesome!!

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  8. Oh my goodness!! Vicki, this is just awesome GF!! LOVE these clear cards and that image looks so adorable with it!! Beautiful coloring hun!!

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  9. This is SO cute, Vicki! I love that you used a clear card base! And thank you so much for your kind comment on my blog. You guys have all made me feel so welcome and I can't tell you how much I appreciate that!! Hugs!

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  10. What an amazing card!! This is fantabulous, chickie! And I need to find out where to get some of that acetate! Super cool!

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  11. Well, isn't this a cute little thing! I recently got some of the Sparkly Fluff but, you know, until just now, I forgot I had it. Thanks for the reminder with your darling card!

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  12. so darn cute I cant believe it! what an adorable image! :)

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  13. that is just adorable, I love the coloring on your bunny.

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  14. Omigosh, is this ever precious and cute, Vicki! Wonderful work with the acetate challenge!

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  15. This is absolutely darling Vicki! I love how Bernadette is peaking out and your coloring is wonderful!

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  16. love your wintery fresh pink and blue bunny! with a muff! I think that's what it's called! so sweet!
    Pam Going Postal

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  17. Beautiful, WOW! LOVE what you did w/ the acetate and your coloring of the bunny is awesome, Vicki!!!!

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*****Vicki*****