Gerda Steiner Designs-Kitten in Love



Aloha Guys!

Today I want to share with you a card I made using these adorable Kittens in Love.  This is a Gerda Steiner Designs Digital image and I absolutely love this.  I’ll leave a link below if you like to check it out.  As most of you guys know, I was lucky enough to be on Gerda Steiner Designs DT so I do get Physical and Digital stamps from Gerda to Create projects for her.  However, I LOVE her stamps!!  Not because I’m on the DT but because I Love her adorable, whimsical stamps.  I was using her stamps way before I was asked to be on the team.  So even though I create a lot of projects using her images, it’s because I want to NOT because I have to.

Ok, now lets get back to this card.  I printed the image out on Neenah Solar white, I use this card stock for all of my coloring images besides watercolor paper.  I cut out the Kittens using Stampin Up’s Heart Famelits.  I used a soft sky car stock and embossed it using the Stampin Up’s Retired Clouds embossing folder and distressed it using Tim Holtz peacock feathers distress ink.  I also cut a round hill, free hand and inked it up using Mowed lawn distressed ink.  I continued the hill on the heart piece where the kittens are sitting and distressed that as well with mowed lawn ink to give them a ground to sit on.  I mentioned that this was a Neenah but I used the Inktense pencils to color the kittens.  I only used a little bit of water, just to liquify the color so it was ok.  I gave them some patches as well to give them some character.  I lined up the Heart with the hill so it matched up perfectly and put the card together.  Just so that you know, all the cards that meet the requirement for OWH, I send the cards to them.  So I added Love you more sentiment since they always need love cards:)  I do have a Full Tutorial on my yotube channel if you’d like to check that out.  Thank you so much for visiting and Please Subscribe for more inspirations and ideas.  Much Mahalo:)
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