Saturday, January 21, 2012

Rubbernecker Kittie Hop





Hello Sister Friends!! How are you? Thank you for joining in on the KITTIE KIT HOP fun!! We are SO excited to share with you! In case you didn’t know, Rubbernecker Stamps has a line of stamps called KITTIE KITS and they include a variety of images; these images can be used together in MANY different ways to create MANY different things!! Just wait, you will see what I mean! The Stampin’ Sisterhood has come together to share some of the ways that THEY use them! There is a HOP ROUTE for you to follow below! You will find it along with MY creation! AND? So you won’t get lost, EACH Sister will have this list for you, to help you on your journey!! Make sure to leave some LOVE at every stop, for you will want to be eligible for our PRIZE!! What fun would it be without a PRIZE!!


You could WIN……………….
Your choice of one AWESOME ……
KITTIE KIT stamp set
Of your CHOICE!


The winner will be announced
FRIDAY 1/27
So you all have time to HOP!!



How cool is that? OK, better get HOPPIN’, there is LOTS to see!! Be on the look out for our NEXT HOP coming IN FEBRUARY!! We look forward to bringing you MORE sharing and prizes!! Until then, be sure to check out the daily posts on the STAMPIN’ SISTERHOOD blog!! There is LOTS of inspiration to be found! Thanks again for joining us today and ENJOY!!


**HOP ROUTE**






Even though this is a winter Valentine, I created this card using Rubbernecker's Kittie Causes a Scene set called "Fall Harvest"(SKU:KKCS S009). All of Kittie's sets are just so versatile!

First, I brayered VersaColor Sky Gray pigment ink onto Neenah Classic Crest Solar White cardstock. A Post It Note mask was used to create the snow covered ground. I stamped the tree from Kittie Causes a Scene "Fall Harvest" onto the brayered panel with Marvy black dye ink. I colored the tree with a Copic marker. The tree's shadow was simply made by sponging VersaColor Sky Gray pigment ink next to the tree. The hearts were made with a red Viva Decor Pearl Pen (instead of a typical dot, I just drew hearts with the pen). The glistening of the snowline was achieved by using Crystal Stickles. The sentiment of love was simple written with a Copic marker to look like it was written in the snow with a stick or finger.

The scene was framed with black cardstock and texturized white cardstock. I sheer black ribbon completes the card.

43 comments:

Judy Rozema said...

Kecia, that is so sweet! I love the little hearts and your classy CAS design!

beadz said...

I love the little hearts on your tree - so sweet!
Gini

golf_meg said...

I love this card! I think I have to try some of these stamps. from Martha

Bonnie aka raduse said...

What a beautiful CAS card.

Charlene Merrick (LilLuvsStampin) said...

Beautiful Valentine card, Kecia! I love the uniqueness of your snowy Valentine scene, and your hearts are perfectly drawn!

Becky said...

This is beautiful! Love this tree with the hearts.

NancyD said...

Beautiful and elegant! NancyD

Charlene said...

Kecia..this is so pretty. I love the sweet hearts shining in the bleakness of the scene. Very creative!

Julia Aston said...

What a lovely winter Valentine tree! love the splash of red hearts!

craftymom205 said...

Love the card.

craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

Joan Ervin said...

I just love your adorable Valentine, Kecia!!!! The winter sky and snow are sooo pretty and what a fantastic idea to add the hearts to the tree....sooo cute!!!!

Kittie said...

Kecia, I love that you used the hearts in your winter Valentine. This is precious and shows the tree can be used for all seasons. Darling Valentine.

Holly said...

Wow, what a masterful use of light and shadow on the snow! Love the hearts in the tree!

Denise said...

Love the tree and the light effects is beautiful. Thanks for sharing your talents.

Miss Boo (a.k.a. jen70) said...

Beautiful card! Love the hearts.

Melissa E. said...

Black & White with a touch of sparkling Red. It makes for a very elegant Valentines Day card. So beautiful!

Becky said...

I love this....and you are right...all of the sets are so versatile! Would like to suggest that the DT turn off their word verification during blog hops...it takes a while to hop through all of them as it is and when you have to do the word verification that adds to it...just a suggestion!

Denise Bryant said...

Very pretty! Love your winter tree with hearts.... very nice Valentine card! Great use of the tree stamp to show the versatility.
DeniseB

Susan Bagley said...

I LOVE this card. Love the hearts and the black see through ribbon was perfect. This is crisp and clean and appealing.
Susan Bagley

loyaz said...

Oh I like this a lot. So simple yet it speaks volumes. You did a great job with your shadow too.
loyaz1@wbhsi.net

Nancy said...

Love the heart tree! Great Valentine card!

Judy I said...

What a cute card. The Valentine tree is wonderful. Thanks for the great details.

Dawn's Craft Place said...

Such a sweet idea with the hearts in the tree!
Beautiful job with this one.

Joan V said...

What a pretty and creative card. Love the hearts on this tree. Beautiful background brayering.

Bev Gerard said...

Wow, Kecia! This wintery Valentine creation is just delightful! I'm sure lots of our stampy friends will be seeing a 'white' Valentines day for sure! Very "cool"!

~Bev

Ellen said...

I really love how you wrote your sentiment in the snow! Fabulous tree! Thanks for sharing!

jimlynn said...

Oh my goodness!! So lovely. The hearts on the tree are just fabulous. What a wonderful scene.
Lynn

Sheila said...

LOVE YOUR CARD...too darn sweet.

Don't you just love Kittie's stamps...I know I do!!! I think I can even create a scene...I sure would love to try.

Thanks for sharing your talent,
Sheila

Sandy Ference said...

Love the pop of color in the red hearts. Lovely card!
sandy17897@comcast.net

Donna said...

Wonderful CAS Heart tree, lovely design!! Love that blue color as well, very rich color!!
Hugs
Donna

Basslady said...

very sweet card...the hearts on the tree are so cute!

hugs and kisses from germany,
silvi xoxo

FrancineB said...

Gorgeous card. It's like looking at a scene at dusk during the winter. Love the subdued blue with the black.

Bev J. said...

Well, isn't that a cute card! Love the heart tree. I don't use ribbon much anymore but your sheer black fits the scene nicely;

Trisha said...

Simple and beautiful card. These kits are fabulous. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

Serena said...

Love the black/white/red combo! The sheer black ribbon is perfect! Wonderful card!

postalorphan said...

Love this - clean and simple and very elegant!

Lori said...

What a beautiful clean card. This has been a great hop...thank you.

Heather said...

Beautiful! Those heart "leaves" are really cute.

Jen Cuthbertson said...

What a great CAS design! I love the hearts in the tree and the sponging you did! Super job!

Julia said...

Very pretty, love the hearts in the tree.

Juliana said...

So very elegant and sweet!
Wonderfully done, Kecia!!

DJreflections said...

This sure makes a sweet love card!

Sabrina said...

I thought I was familiar with all the Kittie Kits, but this is one I don't recognise. What a great Valentine's card it makes.

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