Picture Perfect - Kraftin Kimmie - June release
Today is our third day of Krafty Peeks for the June Release
Check out PICTURE PERFECT! in so many creations today as you hop around the Krafty Team's blogs! You'll also see the new stencils, Add-Ons and hybrid ink along the way! Be sure to leave some love at each stop on the hop because there will be a giveaway for some krafty $$ to the shop!
*Be sure to join us for our Live Release Party as one lucky Facebook commenter will win Krafty $'s!!
1. Take a stitched rounded rectangle nesting die set. Cut the largest size from a piece of patterned paper. I'm using the new Man Cave paper pack from Heffy Doodle. Take the next die a size or 2 down. You can chose based on how much border of the patterned paper you with to leave on display. Die cut this second panel from a light blue card stock. I'm using Ice Blast
2. With your light blue card panel lay the new bouncy balloon stencil on top and ink over using the krafty ink Blue Bay
3. Stamp desired image on alcohol marker friendly card stock and colour in your favourite medium. I'm using copics
4. Take a small hole die, you will probably find a very small die like the one in my picture below from either a standalone die set or even co ordinating dies for stamps there is usually something small! Firstly use the die to cut the whole from the image directly. You can also use a pokey tool to create a hole if you don't have a small die
5. I am also using part of the add on bundle from this months release that includes these amazing Tim Holtz film strips, I've cut 2 strips and I've placed them at a rough angle on my card - not yet stuck down just figuring out layout. Take the image and place on top so you know where you want this position and make a small dot through the hole onto your stencilled panel, take the same small die you previously used and now cut this hole from the stencilled panel too. This will help the light to get through without too many layers!
7. Take some foam tape and layer this around your battery section and the whole panel. As you can see above I've been a little generous as you want to give it some strength so it doesn't feel as the card is sinking when pressed from the front