Thursday, 19 January 2017

Coloured Pencils on Kraft

I made this card for Darnell's new NBUS (Never Before Used Schtuff) challenge and have made my card with her optional challenge 'Use Coloured Pencils on Kraft'.   My NBUS item is the Decorative Labels One die - I bought the dies a while ago, but this is their first outing.  I'm also entering Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenge 'Anything Goes' and Crafty Calendar Challenge 'Something New' (I've used my new die).


Card blank: 5" x 5" kraft
Stamp: Hobby Art 'Floral Display'
Dies: Spellbinders Nestabilities 'Labels One' and 'Decorative Labels One:
Embossing: Kars tan embossing mat
Ink: Versafine Vintage Sepia
Colouring: Faber-Castell coloured pencils
Card: Kraft and dark brown pearlescent

I stamped the 'Floral Display' image onto kraft card and coloured it with coloured pencils.  This was then die cut and embossed.  I die cut and embossed a Decorative Labels One from dark brown pearlescent card.  I layered the floral die cut onto the decorative die cut and attached it to the centre of the card.

Kath x

21 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous die cut frame and beautiful image.

    Hugs Diane

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  2. Amazing card. Love the image.
    Valerija xx

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  3. This is beautiful Kath. Love the way the dies work so well with your wonderfully coloured image xx

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  4. wow, this is an amazing creation!

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  5. These are beautifully coloured flowers Kath and the NBUS black die cut frame shows it off perfectly. x

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  6. I am really loving the look of colored pencils on kraft and seeing how everyone approached this challenge. Coloring on kraft gives a very soft, subtle look to the images that are so appealing. Your flowers are beautiful and the die cut frame is perfect!

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  7. a beautiful stamp with delicate colouring it's a beautiful card Kath

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  8. Hi Kath, A lovely card.

    Hope you have a fab Friday. Sue

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  9. Lovely colouring Kath and I love the decorative frame highlighting the image too, so so pretty! So fun seeing what everyone is creating with pencils on kraft :-) Lisa

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  10. A lovely kraft card Kath, the flower image is beautiful : )

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  11. Beautiful card! I love the elegance of your die and those lovely roses against the rustic look of the kraft cardstock. Isn't Darnell's NBUS fun?

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  12. I love this old Hobby Art image and have used it so many times but never on kraft card. Your card is absolutely beautiful Kath. Barbxx

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  13. Oh Kath I love your card, your image on Kraft card is beautiful and I love your new die I have this one as well and is so elegant especially when using a flower image. Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us over at Penny's Paper Crafty Challenge this week and good luck.

    Hugs
    Kathie
    PPCC~DT

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  14. Beautiful die, and great job with your colouring :)

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  15. This is gorgeous, Kath! I love the pinks and greens against the kraft brown and how you have framed your lovely flowers. You know I have a (cough) NBUS sets of those label-type dies and I just stare at them. Thank you for this marvelous inspiration!! And thank you for playing in my NBUS Challenge #8! Hugs, Darnell

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  16. My goodness KAth...this card is so pretty. You have some geat shading here...and the dies are so pretty.

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  17. Gorgeous! Thank you for joining us at Penny's Challenges! Hope to see you again!
    Hugs, Mary (DT member)

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  18. Beautiful card Kath, love the dies you have used.
    Janice x

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  19. Very stunning card....love your color combo.

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  20. It's a lovely floral and your coloring is just superbly smooth & blended. Looks terrific on the kraft. I like the fancy framing, which makes the image pop! Well done! TFS

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  21. This is lovely Kath. Love the flowers and die cuts. Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Calendar and we hope you join us again soon. Hugs, Gale DT

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