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Who's Up for an ADVENTURE?!?!

Welcome back to Day THREE of our September Krafty Peeksat Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps!
Are you lovin' the new release so far? We are only half way through!! This is going to be a super sweet springtime release....you have no idea!  ;)
Today we are sharing TWO AMAZING new stamp sets by our incredible artist, Annie Rodrigue! I know a lot of you have been waiting for a new BACKGROUND stamp set....and here it is!


First is ADVENTURE MOM!
Such a fabulous stamp set featuring today's active momma with her new little bundle of joy! She's a busy gal!
And doesn't Adventure Mom go perfectly with the new FOREST BACKGROUND stamp set?!!
SO many of our fabulous stamp sets will pair up with this amazing set!
So; would you like to see what I created with these two AMAZING sets? 
Ok, we all know how much I love Annie stamps right?  Well, Adventure Mom is no different, I just ADORE her and her cute little cherub here.  I decided that I was going to try and work with black and white and sepia tones.  I used a bunch of E series copic markers, ok well... 7!!! Yeah I used 7 markers in all!  I did this to show everyone that you don't need a bunch of markers to achieve something neat and also to do the "no lines" coloring technique.  For the background, I used W0,1,3,5,7,9 and the colorless blender pen!  That's it!  Can you believe all of the different shades that you can make?  Super cool!!! The paper I used is from the Doodlebug 6x6" stack called "Happy Campers" and the tree dies are from Tim Holtz. 
Be sure to join us at the LIVE Online Release Party on Saturday morning at 11amm EST! We'll be checking out ALL SIX new clear stamp sets, sharing fabulous creations, giving away prizes and having tons of springtime fun!
All the Krafty Team and Guests listed below have lots of joyful designs to share with you today featuring the
ADVENTURE MOM and FOREST BACKGROUND stamp sets! Be sure to hop around and leave lots of love at each and every stop because one lucky commenter will WIN a gift voucher to the krafty shop! The winner will be announced at the shop so don't miss it!
WOOT, WOOT!

Comments

  1. ooooo stunning work!!!!! love the color tones !

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  2. Gorgeous love it!!! Love the monochrome!!!

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  3. What an interesting approach to this!

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  4. So cool!! I have been seeing so many no line examples. I really need to give it a try. What colour do you use to stamp when you are doing the no lines?

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  5. Most people use Momento, desert sand. I have used MFT Natural but Stampin' Up pink pirouette works too. Basically anything that's SUPER light.

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  6. the colours are gorgeous and so "back to nature"!!

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  7. Just got some light ink to try the no lines, but will be using my prismas. You may not need a lot of copics, but you do need the right colors. Like I "need" ALL of them. LOL.

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  8. I have never tried the no line technique.. I love the look. How great to see something colored with very few colors... I don't use copics, but this would work with pencils too.. Thanks for the inspiration.. your card is wonderful!

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  9. Love your choice of sepia and black and white! It's such a beautiful work of art!

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