Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Kraftin Kimmie August Sneak Peek Day 1 - Haunted House

August Krafty Peeks....Day ONE! Haunted House and NEW Hybrid Inks!
Welcome, welcome, welcome!  Today we are kickin' off our AUGUST Krafty Peeks at Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps!
We've got a new background stamp set to share with you today! This super creepy set is from artist Emilie Goulet and it's our new HAUNTED HOUSE!


This fabulous image was included in our Halloween Krafty Kit along with THREE BRAND NEW Krafty Kolours Hybrid Inks!!! The set features one large main image that is almost 4"x4" in size! It can be used as the focal point of your creation or in combination with lots of other spooktacular stamps!
The gorgeous new Krafty Kolours Hybrid Inks we are introducing this month are Mossy Meadow, Pumpkin Patch and Purple Petunia!! You can get them in large ink pads, mini cubes and also refills!! They go perfectly with this release!!

Check out this haunting set and new INKS in action as you hop around the Krafty blogs today! You'll see the list of Krafty design team members PLUS special Krafty Guests below and be sure to leave some love at each stop because one lucky commenter is going to WIN a gift voucher to the krafty shop! Plus we're doing a GIVEAWAY of the ENTIRE release on the Krafty Friends facebook page!

Background featuring the Krafty Kolours reinkers



I brayerd out a layer of hand sanitizer and then added drops of Krafty Kolours reinker in Wicked Black, Purple Petunia, Mossy Meadow, Pumpink patch and Yummy Yellow.  I then brayerd the colors together and placed a piece of white cardstock on top.  I then pressed down on the back of the paper to pull all the ink into the paper.


I did this a few times without cleaning my Gel Plate so that the later prints were more distressed.


I picked the final print, for my haunted background.


I added the haunted house on top of the die cut embossed fence (highlighted embossing with Marvelous Mocha KK ink).

I colored the Haunted house with Copics:
Black: W9, w7, W5 and W3
Moon: YR24, YR23 and Y15 with YR18 and YR14
Bushes: YG99, YG95, YG93 and YG91
Purple: V09, V06, V04 and V01
Fence: E18, E15 and E33
Clouds: W3 and W1

I finished off the card with buttons that spell BOO and Happy Halloween!


We have a total of FIVE brand new clear sets PLUS TWO rubber rereleases AND THREE new Hybrid Inks being launched this week!You'll get to see all the incredible creations for August as we share them each day this week! Be sure to join us at the LIVE Online Release Party on Saturday afternoon at 1pm EST! We'll be checking out all FOUR new clear stamp sets, sharing fabulous creations, giving away prizes and having tons of krafty fun!


Happy hoppin' and we'll see you back here tomorrow for more amazing new stamp sets!

Thanks for stopping by,

18 comments:

  1. What a fabulous idea for the background. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Excellent card!! Thank you for showing how to create all the cool backgrounds.

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  3. This is SOOOO COOL! Thanks for showing us how to do the backgrounds! What fun!

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  4. what a great background! Thanks for sharing how you did it! What a super card!

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  5. Very cool card! I love how you did the backgrounds!

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  6. What an amazing background ! Great card.

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  7. That backgroundis an awesome fit for this image. Love it!

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  8. Awesome technique for the background! Cute card!

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  9. Thanks for sharing how you did your background!! I noticed it as soon as I saw your card.

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  10. You are so creative. It looks amazing

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  11. I love that technique for your background! I will have to try it.

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  12. Wow! Fantastic card! Thanks for sharing!

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  13. Awesome card! Love the background layer you created and that fabulous haunted house!

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  14. What does putting down a layer of hand sanitizer do? Do you do that every time you use your Gel Plate? Also, what gives the effect of those "scratchy" dark lines on your paper? I would think that brayering would result in a smooth look.

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