Thursday, May 13, 2010

Kraftin' Kimmie May Release Sneak Peek...Day One!

Hey Everyone,
It's that time again.. 
Time for another

Kraftin' Kimmie Stamp Release

...And WOW!! 
they just keep getting better and better!!!

(ok, first thing I have to say is just ignore the fact that here,
in Australia, we have just started to pull out our jumpers, light fires 
and are freezing our butts off......Just saying!!!)

For this month's release we are celebrating
SUMMER!
We have 4 gorgeous new bathing beauties images and 4 beachy 
accessory stamps illustrated by the very talented and fabulous
Annie Rodrigue.
PLUS a co-ordinating sentiment set that compliments
all the amazing images AND another of Annie's original illustrations
called " Perfect Poison" that I am going to get to share with you
over the next 4 days....

So want to get started?!

This is Florence....


Isn't she just devine?! 
She reminds me of a 1920's movie star....

For this card I used some October Afternoon DP and MME...
Just thought I would mix things up a bit...LOL! 




I coloured Florence in with my Prisma's and used a bit of chalk for
the sky background... The "Sunny Wishes" is just one of the MANY
sentimens that co-ordinate with these gorgeous images.




To finish off the card I decorated the inside with so more of the DP
and used another sentiment "You Brighten My Day".

Now, don't forget on
Sunday, May the 16th we are having the
Kraftin Kimmie May Release Blog Hop
you are not going to want to miss that because
that's when you will be able to purchase
ALL these amazing stamps!!

But for now head on over to the


and checkout all the details....AND while you there
go and pay the Krafty Girls a visit...Cause I tell you
what these amazing and very talented ladies will
knock your socks off with the creations they have to
share with you!
 
 
Thanks For looking...
See you tomorrow!!!
 
Stamps: KKS - Florence and Beach Sentiments
Paper: MME, October Afternoon, Bazzil Cardstock, White Cardstock
Ink: Versfine Onyx Black
Accessories: Fiskas Border Punch, Ribbon
Technique: Prisma Pencils
 


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