Kraftin Kimmie Saturday challenge - clean and simple

   Good morning and welcome to another

fabulous and fun Saturday Challenge

Are you ready for another fun and krafty challenge to inspire you and help get your creative juices flowing?
We've got some fabulous ideas for you 
and can't wait to see what you create!

This week, Krafty Girl Jennifer is your hostess and her challenge theme for you is: 


Each and every Saturday we post a brand new challenge for the week and you are welcome to enter as many times as you like.

These must be new creations and you are welcome to use any stamp, however, using Kraftin' Kimmie Stamp products will earn you double entries!

The monthly prize is a $25 voucher to the Krafty shop!!!
Woohoo!  There are two ways to enter: you can link up your creation on the  Kraftin’ Kimmie blog page and if using KKS products,
you can upload your photo to the album in our 

And don't forget about this weekend's Frugal Friday Specials!! 
We've got a selection of gorgeous stamp sets on SALE 40% OFF this weekend while supplies last!!  

Be sure to check out all the fun projects the Design Team has come up with in the links below! Happy kraftin'!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Card Recipe:

1. Take a stitched rectangle cut from bright white card stock

2. Stamp the small shake image over the page at random using Memento London Fog or a light grey ink you have in your stash, including some that go off the edge and at slightly different angles

3. Stamp another shake image on alcohol marker friendly card stock and colour in your favourite medium. I'm using copics. Fussy cut round the image

Colour combination: B02 and B01 for the shading in the glass area. RV06, RV04 and RV02 for the ice cream

4. Take a banner die cut from a colour card that matches your single coloured image and stamp the sentiment in versamark and use bright white super fine WOW embossing powder. I am using razzleberry card stock

5. Attach your sentiment using foam tape centrally towards the top of your panel and then attach your small shake image slightly underneath with foam tape. When placing this image with foam tape it should cover one of your lighter stamped images on the back panel. This helps make it pop!

I do love a clean and simple card and can't wait to see what you come up with! Until next time, happy crafting!




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