Thursday, February 9, 2017

Sky's The Limit- Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps- Feb Peeks,Day 2


Welcome to Day TWO of the February Peeks
at Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps!...
Today we have a second stamp set from artist Cheryl Grant
and I think you'll agree...it will make your heart soar!!
It's called SKY'S THE LIMIT!
Colored using Copic Markers
Pattern Papers:
Crate Paper- Boys Rule
October Afternoon- Travel Girl
Enamel Dots
Pebbles Chalk
Spiral Clip
Desert Sand- Memento Ink

This fun new boy's set features Lucas and his furry pal!!! It features one large main image plus FIVE coordinating sentiments in a fabulous font!

You will see today's set in high-flying action as you hop around the Krafty blogs! You'll see the list of Krafty design team members and 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!
ALL SIX of the new February clear stamp sets will be released on Saturday afternoon! Be sure to join us at the LIVE Online Release party beginning at 2pm EST! Come join us to help celebrate the new release, check out lots of krafty kreations, have a chance to win some prizes and hang out with all our krafty friends! Hope to see you there!

13 comments:

  1. stunning coloring! loving the deep shadows!

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  2. Your airmail "stamps" bring back memories from my childhood when I would purchase these to mail letters to my pen pal in Holland and to my brothers who were overseas in the AF. Great job

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  3. Cute as ever! Love the air mail background paper- the perfect touch! Your coloring is perfection.
    thanks for the inspiration.
    hugs
    Judy K

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  4. Beautiful card and gorgeous coloring!

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  5. Such a cute card and your colouring is to die for!!

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  6. Oh goodness! Where to start? Love the papers used, the red of the airplane is just so rich...it's just wonderful.

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  7. Cute. I like your coloring and papers.

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  8. Definitely need this stamp for my grandson, just hope I can do half as good a job as you did!

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