Kraftin Kimmie - Saturday Challenge - Girls

  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 Delphine 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 

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!

Click here to enter


Card Recipe:

1. Take a stitched rectangle cut from white card stock

2. Use Memo Tape or masking tape of your choice to create 2 straight lines on your panel, this is so we can ink between the panel.

3. Ink your strip using Lavish Lilac ink

4. Take a stencil and place over the top of your lilac strip and ink on top with another purple tone ink. I'm using sweet sixteen by Catherine Pooler. You can now remove your masking strips too.

5. Stamp your preferred image on alcohol marker friendly card stock and colour in your favourite medium. I'm using copic markers.

Colour Combo:

Skin- E31, E11, E02, E00

Hair- V17, V15, V12

Outfit- YR09, YR07, YR04

Same colours repeated in the Juke Box. Add white dots to the bottom part of the dress with a white gel pen 

6. Take a stamping platform, I'm using my mini misti and stamp your sentiment just above the top of the strip to the left hand side using an orange ink. Purple and Orange isn't a combo I use ever but this was really fun and one I will use more of in future!

7. Using adhesive glue stick your juke box down directly on your panel. Use foam tape to raise the girl a little forward to give dimension in your card.

This is a clean and simple design however I really do love the colour combo and how it turned out.

I will be back soon with more Kraftin Kimmie inspiration! Until next time, happy crafting!



Challenge Entries:

Digi Choosday - Anything Goes

Polkadoodles - Anything Goes

Gem of a craft challenge

A bit more time to craft challenge

A perfect time to craft challenge


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