Wonderful Wednesday


It's Wonderful Wednesday time!!  We hope you can play along!!  As always....it's ANYTHING GOES!!  Break out your Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps and get krafty!!

Have you seen the announcement for the next Kraft Day with Kimmie?!?  Tune in to the Krafty Friends FB page for info, and all things Krafty!

In addition to NEW stamps, there are MORE Coffee Kits available!  You've seen the AMAZING inspiration samples from the DT... there are TONS of  uber-cute goodies in here!  The last time Kimmie listed these kits they sold out QUICK!  There are limited quantities.  Get yours before they are gone again!

We want EVERYONE to be able to play along so your submission can use ANY stamp and can be any theme, any style, any design and it can be a card, a scrapbook page, an altered item....you name it!!  It must be a NEW creation and you can enter on this post until March 31st at midnight!  At the end of the month one random winner will be chosen from all the submissions for the whole month and will receive a $20 Gift Card to the shop!!!  What do you think.....wanna WIN??  Let's see your krafty stuff!!

In addition to the great Krafty Challenges & Wonderful Wednesday, each month we will post a Sketch.  The sketch will last all month long and if you use it in ANY of our Challenges or WW's during that month you will get an additional chance to win a store gift card!  You do NOT have to use the sketch, it's just a little extra boost for your mojo if ya need it!  Here is March's sketch...



Hey everyone!  Peggy here again to hostess this week's Wonderful Wednesday challenge!  My youngest son turned 15 this week and I needed a quick and not too fussy birthday card for him, what 15 year old boy wants flowers and lots of bling???  I used Becky's awesome Make a Wish set and a simple monochromatic card with his favorite colour.


Krafty tips and tutes: stippled background

Hi everyone,

Today it's my turn to share a Krafty tip or tute with you.
Someone of you asked how to do stippled backgrounds.
Our past Krafty Girl, Tracy Valure, did an awesome video tutorial of this technique and you can watch it HERE on our YouTube channel.

But for today I wanted to show you something simular. You can do this technique with 1 colour group or you can mix it up with a few extra colours, just like you want.
Keep in mind that the darkest colour has to be the closest to the body or object and the lightest colour has to be further away.

Let's start! If you click on the image, they will be bigger! ;-)

I've used these cute girls from Emilie's set "Squishy hugs". I coloured the girls first and than the grass, now I'm ready to colour the sky.


First step: Take your darkest colour (B02 here) and add smal dots against the image. Come back with the same colour and add stipples around the image. Stipple close to each other when you are the closest to the body and stiplle with more room when you are further from the image.


Second step: take a marker who is lighter (B00 here). Add some dots between the previous dots and go a little further from the image like on the picture. you have to see a contrast from dark to light.




Third step: 
To the same with your lightest colour (B000) here


Next step: Are you happy with the result? I'm not!
I don't like to see some "shadowlines", so I take my darkers maker again (B02) and add some extra dots out of the previous B02 zone (further away from the image, to smoothen the contrast)


And I go back with my B00 and B000  marker too until I have the result I've wanted.


And that's the card I've made with the image:


I hope you enjoyed it!

Deborah
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