Friday, February 17, 2012

Krafty Peeks Day 3

Hello, all! Here is another peek for Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps February release.


We are showcasing two new sets from Emilie Goulet and they are Tweets and Tweeters 1 and Tweets and Tweeters 2. Each set comes with three images and five coordinating sentiments. My first card is made with an image from Tweets and Tweeters 1 set.


This lovely singing bird is stamped on PTI's Stamper's Select White cardstock, colored with Copic markers then cut and embossed using a Standard Circles Large die.


The patterned paper is from Farmhouse 6x6 Pad by Crate Paper.


My second card used a beautiful peacock image from Tweets and Tweeters 2 set.


How can you not love this peacock? I love him and he is super fun to color! I trimmed a piece of PTI's Stamper's Select White cardstock to 1/8" smaller than the card base (A2) and stamped the image. It's then colored with Copic markers.


I didn't think he needs patterned paper. He is so beautiful and proud already! =)

That's all for now. Don't forget to check out what the other Krafty Girls came up with using Emily's new sets here. Remember to leave comments along the way, because TWO lucky commenters each will win one of Emilie's new stamp sets! All new stamps will be released on Sunday, February 19th.



Have a beautiful day and thanks for stopping by!
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       


supplies:
for the "singing bird" card:
cardstock: (kraft, white) Papertrey Ink
rubber stamps: Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps
patterned paper: Crate Paper
dye ink: (Tuxedo Black) Tsukineko
archival ink: (Jet Black) Ranger Industries
fiber: (seam binding) Lawrence Schiff Silk Mill, Inc., (white crochet thread) DMC
accent: (orange button) Papertrey Ink, (paper doily) Wilton
dies: (circle) Spellbinders, (border) Papertrey Ink
tool: (die-cut machine) Provo Craft, (Corner Chomper) We R Memory Keepers, (sewing machine)
other: (foam tape) 3M, (foam squares) Recollections
Copics used:
bird: R22, R20, YR68, YR65, YR61, E55, E53, E51, Y19, Y15, Y13
music notes: C9, C7, C5
ground: E59, E39, E37, E35, E33, E31, E30, E0000
card size: 5" x 4"


for the "peacock" card:
cardstock: (Enchanted Evening, white) Papertrey Ink, (Solar White for inside) Neenah
rubber stamps: Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps
dye ink: (Tuxedo Black) Tsukineko
archival ink: (Jet Black) Ranger Industries
other: (foam squares) Recollections
Copics used: 
peacock: B39, B37, B34, B32, YG09, YG06, YG03, YG01, Y26, Y21, Y13, V17, V15, V12
ground: W9, W7, W5, W3, W1, W00, 0
card size: 5 1/2" x 4 1/4"

39 comments:

Heidi Brawley said...

OMG both your cards are super cute!! Great Work!
hugs, Heidi

~amy~ said...

super cute alice...love them both! happy friday!!

arjette said...

Oohhh they are both beautiful!!! Your coloring is gorgeous!!!!!!!

gr. arjette.

Exclusively by Mel said...

Ahhh they are both so fabulous!
I love the gorgeous bright colours.
Great images and sentiments.
Love, Mel. xxx

Cindi F said...

Great cards! Your coloring on the peacock is amazing. They are both so cute!

Karen B. said...

Wow, Alice, what a way to showcase your fabulous coloring skills. These cards are gorgeous.

Shari said...

Alice both cards are so pretty! Great job!

Nathalie said...

I just love the peacock! Beautiful stuff!

SophiePScrap said...

Very nice! My favorite is the peacock!

Beate said...

Your first image made me smile big time. I love the colors you chose for him, your coloring, the layout and the bright seam binding.

You are right about the peacock. He didn't need any paper. Your coloring made him jump off that card. It's gorgeous!

Have a great weekend!
Hugs and smiles

mammapug said...

Both cards are just so cute, I love those colors on the peacock. Good chooses. Blessings, Carol

Tracey said...

These are both fabulous cards!!

Emilie said...

Wow! is all I have to say! I really like your coloring of the peacock!

Marilyn said...

OMGosh... what wonderful cards. The first one just cracks me up and makes me smile... there's a lot of joy and happiness in that image. The peacock is gorgeous and you've done a grand job colouring him.

Wilfreda said...

Both of these are beautiful. I love how you colored these cuties!

Hanneke said...

So cute! Love both cards and the images. Your coloring is great. I am gonna hop along now! Hugs, Hanneke

Karen R (ON/CA) said...

Such cute birds; this hop is going to be fun! Love your colouring.

Brenda said...

The birds are adorable, but I especially like the peacock. Great job coloring and bringing them to life.

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

WOW Alice! These are both amazing, but girl...that peacock is a STUNNER!!!

Sharon Caudle said...

Oh Alice...your peacock is STUNNING!!! I love both cards, but that peacock simply takes my breath away! Your coloring is amazing!!!
hugs, Sharon

Paper Crazy Lady said...

The peacock one is my fave! You did a great job with composition and coloring!

Vonnie G. said...

What a beautiful job! Great use of colors. Thanks for sharing.

Kathi said...

Great coloring on both cards. The new stamps are absolutely fantastic. Love 'em!

Lin said...

GORGEOUS, Alice, they look like something from a Disney movie! Your coloring is amazing!

Marja Rolfes said...

You are becoming my number 1 coloring artist Alice!!!! Super!
So wonderfully done! And again those stunning bright colors! I can almost hear the bird sing!!!! :D
xxx
Dutch Tulip
Marja

T Young said...

They are sooooo cute!!

Kryssi said...

WOW gorgeous! can it be that your coloring keeps getting better and better?

Tanya said...

Oh the first card is such a happy card, just makes you smile!
The second one...is so stunning...just by itself, your coloring is amazing!

Marilyn said...

You're right Alice, that peacock is delightful and what fun to color! Love both of your cards!!

Mary J said...

They are both fantastic Alice!!

tweetybugshouse said...

these are just to cute.

Sandy said...

I love these two ,they look like you had a lot of fun making them. The colours are fantastic.

Jen N said...

Both cards are very cute & whimsical.
jenny dot naus at yahoo dot com

jkreucher said...

Omgosh! these are both awesome, your coloring is amazing!
hugs Judy

Kris said...

Beautiful coloring job on both cards. Super!

Debora said...

Awesome cards! The peacock is just fabulous!! Fantastic coloring and I love the shading under the images.

JessicaK said...

Wow, the song bird is awesome - and great timing with Idol and the Voice :D

yyam said...

These are fabulous! I love the bright vibrant colours! :)

Amanda R said...

Alice these are awesome! Your coloring is super and I appreciate that link you gave me for photography the other day, it was really helpful!

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