Tuesday, 9 November 2010
First Time with Kraft
Well as you may have gathered from the title, this is my first time using kraft....I always admire how you fabulous crafters use it, but I had not yet had a go myself....I tried using pencils but I don't have prisma ones, and so the ones I had were just unable to colour on the Kraft, so I stuck with using copics, and I think It worked ok. I have added some papers from that scrap pile of mine! they are "K&Co - Amy Butler" papers.
This is a simple card, I coloured the image quickly, but it was one of those cards that I kept pulling apart and putting back together..........so it seemed to take forever to get nowhere!!! I like the way the image turned out, but I am not keen on the overall card!
This is my entry for:
Fab&Funky - Kraft, Lime & Pink
Thanks for looking
Labels: Leanne Ellis, sugar nellie
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Wow this is fabulous. I love the green against the kraft and the sweet image. this is a winner for me.
Just love your card juls, the colours are stunning and the image gorgeous. janexReplyDelete
Love kraft card colour but don't use it nearly as much as I should....yours looks fab and it makes the colours more intense I think :)ReplyDelete
WOw ! A fabulous creation again ! Love it !ReplyDelete
Have a good day !
i love the kraft look Juls...maybe you should just leave it on the kraft and you might like it better.....? I love the image and the colour combo...I'm sure you are loving the new collection!! bxReplyDelete
a great first use of Kraft card - look forward to seeing more work created using this medium.ReplyDelete
Wow A stunning first time for you Juls. I love it. Tempted to have a go xxx Hugs PascaleReplyDelete
Juls this is STUNNING!!ReplyDelete
oh wow hun this is just amazing,the coloring on this is just perfect,just stunning hun can you pop over to my blog have something for you hugs cheryl xxxxxReplyDelete
Oh what a lovely card, I love how you have stamped directly onto the Kraft, It looks great! Thanks for joining us at FnF this week xReplyDelete
Beautiful, Juls! Love your image on kraft!ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous,I love the pink and green against the kraft. I use kraft a lot but have never used copics to colour,it works so well,I must try it. Fab image !!!!ReplyDelete
You should be pleased with this card Juls, it's beautiful, the colours stand out really well :) Donna xReplyDelete
This is sooooo gorgeous ...love the colourcombo !!!ReplyDelete
Juls, congrats on your first kraft card - I just ADORE kraft... love, love, love it.... you will be converted yet!!! Love what you created. DeeReplyDelete
What a gorgeous card Juls,I love the image and the colours.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card Juls - the colouring on Kraft is stunning.ReplyDelete
Hope you are keeping well.
Can't see anything wrong with the overall look of the card Juls, in fact quite the opposite. Its absolutely brilliant, love how the copics took to the kraft paper and the colour scheme is so perfect with it.ReplyDelete
Hi Juls - I seem to have lost my last comment so I'll try again. Never having seen any of this Kraft stuff anywhere I really don't know what it's like but you seem to have coloured this image on it perfectly. I'm glad you persevered with the card as it's fab and funky.ReplyDelete
OMW! Juls this is stunning, both the image and the overall card. Love it.ReplyDelete
I have something for you on my blog.
Got myself a pack of this as well, but yet to crack it open. Have a few ideas, just the time gets the better of me.
Loving your first creation with it.
This is just so sassy I love it to bits and I love the idea of stamping on Kraft card tooReplyDelete
Hugs Susie xx
Hi Juls, looks brilliant, I am a kraft girl, myself, used it quite alot just lately, love colouring it with my Koh-i-Noor pencils and sansador.ReplyDelete
hope you are ok love chris xx
Hello your card is stunning.ReplyDelete
The image is beautifully colored and I like the colors.
Wow this is amazing, i love your crafting with Kraft, its super, fabulous image tooReplyDelete
love tasha xx
This is stunning! You did such great work on the kraft. I've not tried it yet. keeleyxxReplyDelete