Saturday, August 29, 2015

Kraftin' Kimmie Challenge #295 - Fall

Greetings krafty friends! 
Hope you had an amazing week and are ready for some
weekend fun! I am hoping my weekend is much better than the 
latter part of my week as I unfortunately had a very freaky thing 
happen to me.  WARNING: this might gross some of you out
my apologies in advance for that.   I got a nosebleed that wouldn't 
stop.  This was only the second time in my whole life that
I've had a nosebleed.  I ended up in the Urgent Care clinic
for a couple hours.  Had 3 rounds of cauterization (OUCH!!!!)
 that didn't take so had to have a tampon like device 
crammed into my nostril for 24 hours.   I missed 3 days of work
at a time when I couldn't really afford to miss and was knocked
flat. I had to keep down and still for most of the 24 hours and another 
half a day after that. It was a scary and frustrating time.  
  I fear that my nose will never be the same again (my nostril is still 
HUGE and the inside is pure black) there's still a little 
bleeding off and on and I'm still a little woozy. 
I'm tellin' you it has been such a BUMMER - and not a situation
that I hope I ever have to repeat!

Anyway...I'm guessin' you are really here to see my latest 
creation for the newest Saturday challenge at 
KRAFTIN' KIMMIE  and not my belly-achin'
(but thanks for listening :o) ).

It's the last Saturday of August 2015, kids are back to school
and soon it will be Fall so our theme this week for 
KK Challenge #295 is FALL! 
I made this card a little bit ago for a magazine call
but it wasn't selected so I get to share it with you today

This is Lexi from the stamp set called "Hey There Punkin"
This is one of my favorite stamp sets to use for fall.
I particularly love this one because of the pie.
Pie is my favorite part of Thanksgiving :o)

We have had so many forest fires all around us and the 
air quality has been terrible for many many days in a row.
(probably why I got such a bad nosebleed).  Even though I 
usually fully enjoy summer and LOVE fall, I'm actually
hoping for an early snowfall to help with all the fires. enough from me today. Thanks for stopping by to visit!
Please go see what the other Krafty Girls have made to share
with and inspire you to play along this week.  You could WIN
some krafty $ to spend in the store just for playing along. 

Hey while you're over at the challenge blog don't forget to check 
out the FRUGAL FRIDAY sales and there's a special
code to get an additional 10% off your order "INKY".

Til next time... hugs and happy kraftin'! D

Saturday, August 22, 2015

Sketch Saturday #375 - Kenny K Downloads

Happy Saturday everyone! 

 It's time for another weekly challenge at Sketch Saturday,
and this week our sponsor is Kenny K Downloads.
The winner for this week will get 3 images of their choice from Kenny.

Here's this week's sketch #375

My card using one of the sponsor digital images "Milk Shake"

I fussy-cut around the image after coloring it with my copics
and then stamped the hearts from 3 different stamp sets.
It makes me think of what my Mom and Dad might have looked
like while they were dating. Such a fun image! 

I'd like to enter my card in the following challenges:
CAS-ual Fridays CFC142 - Pretty Patterns
(I hope the hearts that I have stamped count as a pattern)
If You Give a Crafter a Cookie - Cookie Challenge #25
My inspiration is the heart shapes and the "couple in love" aspect
Craft Your Passion Challenge #275 Always Anything Goes

Please go see the other creations that my lovely DT pals
have made for your inspiration this week too.  Will you
be joining us too with your own fabulous creation?  
I hope so!!
Til next time...hugs and happy crafting! D

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Krafty Scrappin' August Challenge - Life Event

Hello all!  I'm happy that you're here to visit me today as it's time for 
another month of Krafty Scrappin!!!  This challenge is a little different from 
our normal challenges at Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps.  For this challenge you can 
create  ANYthing as long as it's NOT A CARD!  We want to see your calendars,
bookmarks, pocket pages or traditional scrap pages.  
Come play along with us each month and let's get some of those photo's 
out of boxes and on to something creative and fun!!  This is a month long 
challenge so you have plenty of time to play along and you can play
as many times as you like!   Here are a few things to remember...
such as Birthdays, Holidays, Graduation, Weddings, New Baby or other First's. 
ANYthing that is a "life event" to YOU!!

1.  Create ANY scrap page, Project Life Layout or pocket page cards, 
altered item, etc.  JUST NOT A CARD!
2.  MUST use Kraftin Kimmie stamps to be entered in to the drawing.
3.  You have a month to play, enter AS MANY TIMES as you'd like!
4.  PRIZES?!?  Of course there are prizes!!  To kick of our brand new challenge, 

for every 10 entries Kimmie will draw one random player for a PRIZE!
5.  You have until Monday, September 21st @ 9:00 pm EST to get your entries in.
6.  Be sure to also share your creations on our Krafty Friends FB page 
so we can all drool and OOOOH and AHHHHHH!  

I'm loving these challenges as it gives me a solid excuse to pull out 
my stacks of photos and get caught up on my scrapbooks.  My life event
for this month is son's graduation in 2012 (I told ya...I'm a tad behind). 

 It's a little hard to see all together so here is the left page
and here is the right page

Can you spot all those fabulous Scrapbook Essential stamps that 
I used on these pages?  They are so fun for scrapbooking! Here's a close 
up of one of them.  How many more can you spot?  Leave me a comment
on how many you see and I'll choose one lucky winner who will get a special
prize next month from me. 

Thanks for stopping by to visit me. Please go visit the other Krafty Girls 
who also have a lovely creation to share with you too.  I hope you
will join us this month!!! Hugs D

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Kraftin' Kimmie - Wonderful Wednesday {Believe in Fairytales}

Hello sweet friends and followers. 
I have the pleasure of hosting this week's
Wonderful Wednesday challenge at

The theme is always "anything goes" for Wonderful Wednesday
so that means you get a very wide range of options to choose from
- any theme, any stamp, any color combo, any size, any type of  
creation (card, altered item, scrapbook page) - you get the idea:o) 
It must be a NEW creation, however, and you have until 
August 25th at midnight to enter!  You can enter as many times as you like.
   At the end of the month one random winner will be chosen from 
all the submissions for the whole month and will receive a $20 Gift Card
to use in the Kraftin' Kimmie shop! How cool is that?!

In addition to the great Krafty Challenges & Wonderful Wednesday, each month 
we will post a Sketch.  The sketch will last all month long and if you use it
 in ANY of our Challenges or WW's during that month you will get an 
additional chance to win a store gift card!  You do NOT have to use the sketch,
 it's just a little extra boost for your mojo if ya need it!  Here is August's sketch
(which I used above for my card below):

Here is my card to share with and inspire you this week:

My daughter and I had been talking about the movie "The Princess Bride" 
recently and it inspired me to ink up this adorable and dashing knight
from the stamp set called "Believe in Fairytales".  If I lived in a fairy tale 
world, I wouldn't mind at all being rescued by such a fella :o)!

I very seldom only use a couple colors on my creations but I saw the 
the color combo over at Just Us Girls #306 - Red, Grey and Black
and decided that I needed to give it a go.  I'm glad I did as it worked
so perfectly with this stamp!  I used the copics C00, C01, C03, C05, 
C07 and 100 (suit and sword) as well as R27, R29 (shield & helmet tuft). 

I would also like to enter this card in the following challenges:
613 Avenue Create - challenge #137 "Anything Goes" 
Crafting from the Heart Challenge #73 - Anything Goes

Thanks so much for stopping by to visit me today!
Til next time...hugs and happy kraftin'! D

Monday, August 17, 2015

Kraftin' Kimmie Krafty Tips and Tutes - Photo tutorial of bokeh technique (10 easy steps)

Hello krafty friends!
I'm happy you are here to visit me today as it's my turn to 
present the Krafty Tips and Tutes.  I've chosen to make a 
photo tutorial on the bokeh technique for you this week.

WARNING - this is very photo intensive as I've not had much luck
at all with videos of late. But it should be pretty easy to follow. 
Additional warning - a couple of my photos are blurry
as I was trying to take the pic with my left hand while
still demonstrating the step with my right - LOL.
Boy did I miss my daughter that day for her help!!

Anyhoo..... first let me show you the finished card 
and then I'll start into the steps on how to make it.
Stamp from "You're a Scream" by Kraftin' Kimmie

Products you need for this project are:
watercolor paper or glossy cardstock 
paint brushes and water & papertowels
masking/stencil/painter's tape
watercolor paints or distress/regular ink refills
ink pads (distress or regular) and white craft (or StazOn) 
circle template, sponges or sponge dauber, 
solid circle stamp in a couple sizes
heat gun (preferable if you don't want to wait for project to dry)

Step One:
Start with a piece of watercolor paper.  You can also use
glossy cardstock but today I'm using watercolor paper.  I'm 
using a panel sized 5 x 5 1/2" which I will trim down when I'm done.
It's really helpful to secure your paper to the surface you're 
working on. I'm using painter's masking tape. The paper will
buckle a bit as you are coloring it so the tape helps to keep it flat
and in place.  You can put a piece of wax paper under your panel 
to help with the watercolor seep-through that might occur 
(if you're kind of messy like I am - LOL).  

Step TWO:
Prepare your watercolor supplies.
I used 3 different shades of blue on my panel - 
Pool Party, Baja Breeze and Island Indigo.
The amount of ink you use depends on how deep you
want the color to be on the panel.  Typically I use between
5 and 8 drops of ink one little well of this paint tray.  

Prepare your panel by using just clear water - give it a 
good generous coating all over.

Step FOUR:
Now start adding your base color(s)

I first swoosh the lightest ink around and then go back
and swoosh in some more of the darker shade in just a few
areas. It's very subtle but does create more depth in the panel.

Step FIVE:
When you are happy with the base colors, dab it off with a
paper towel (see how messy I am :o) ? ).

Step SIX:
Using a solid circle stamp or two (or circle stencil) add 
some darker spots to the panel.  Note:  I save the insides of my 
stamps that have pop out middles for this - works great 
as it's kind of hard to find solid circle stamps. 

I first used a larger circle rubber stamp in a few areas on
the panel.  Because the paper is a bit dry the ink will appear
appear kind of dark so I will use the deeper shade of blue that 
I made and softly blur the circle and shape and edges later.
  Then I randomly stamped the smaller circle around the
panel to fill in the spaces a bit more and add depth to the base.

Then I take the lighter shade of blue and 
give it a final wash-over to blur and blend the circles.

Once again dab off with a paper towel and then if you 
have a heat gun use it to dry the panel for the next steps.
Note: if you don't have a heat gun you will want to wait 
about an hour before you start the next steps (longer if
you're using glossy cardstock). 

Here's a photo of the different finishes you will get 
with a watercolor panel (left) and glossy cardstock (right)

Now we are going to add the bokeh effect dots 
with white craft ink, a sponge dauber and a circle stencil.
I've made my own circle stencil using various sizes of
circle punches in a random pattern and a clear window
sheet from some product packaging.  You can also use the end
of a pencil eraser, a sponge dauber, or a circle stamp for this step.

Tip: I found it works best if you start at one end (corner or side)
and work away from it as you fill in the circles as craft ink
is pretty sticky and you can accidentally pick up the edges from the 
one before and and mess up your pattern.  

To create the bokeh effect you will fill in the different sizes of 
circles around the panel. The larger circles should have less ink
on them and be a bit blurred as they are the farthest out of focus
and the smallest circles will have the most saturated color 
(because they would be closest in the photo as spots of light).

Step NINE:
Craft ink is very sticky and takes a long time to dry
(even on watercolor paper) so I use a heat gun again (I'll 
spare you that boring picture - hehe) to set the color again. 
StazOn ink will dry much faster but I like the results I get with the craft ink.  

When you've dried it you can take off your masking.  
and you get something that looks like this

Step TEN:
If you've done a really good job of masking (or not been
really messy like me) you can trim the panel to leave a small
white edge around it.  I have taken the pane and trimmed it down 
to 4" x 5 1/4" with my paper cutter to get this

Final Step(s):
Take your bokeh panel and add your images (or sentiments)
and adhere it to a mat and/or your card base to finish your project
like I did with the yellow cardstock.  Then add some other embellies
as you wish - such as the Doodlebug sprinkles (available in the 
KK shop) and a wooden sentiment for extra pop to the project.
Ta Dah - DONE!!! Easy peasy - right ?

Thanks so much for sticking with me to see my tutorial.
I hope it was clear and easy to follow and that I've inspired 
you to go get inky and give it a try too!
Til next time...hugs and happy kraftin'! D

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Kraftin' Kimmie Challenge #293 "Back to School"

Hello krafty friends! 
Are you ready for the weekend?  I'm usually ready
by Thursday and can hardly wait - LOL! 
Yesterday it was 96 degrees and a bit humid (odd for Montana)
and then last night the sky opened up with the most amazing
lightning and thunder show I've seen in quite awhile.  This 
was followed by the most gorgeous rainfall.  I stood on my front
porch for quite awhile and just reveled in the sound and smell of it!
Not sure what the weather will be today - but I'm hoping not as hot.

So I'm here today to share my latest creation for the
School starts here at the end of the month. Parents all over
are celebrating and kiddos are mourning this event :o)
Alexis is our hostess and she says that your creation
can be anything that reminds you of school. That's easy - right?!

My card today features the adorable Lulu from  "Smarty Pants" and
some fun papers from Doodlebug 6 x 6 paper pad called
"Back to School". The cute little glossy "School Sprinkles" are also
from Doodlebug. You can get all of these in the KK shop.   

I'd like to enter this in the following challenges:
Ruby's Rainbow CH#110 "Something for a Little Girl"
(this card is for my daughter on her first day of school)
Sister Act Card Challenges  #119 - Anything Goes
Chocolate, Coffee and Cards Challenges #97 - Frame it
Addicted to Stamps and More Challenge #157 - Make Your Mark
Brown Sugar Challenges #159 - School
Crafty Catz Challenge #288 - New Beginnings (Back to School)

Now it's your turn to create a card, scrapbook page or altered item with a 
Kraftin' Kimmie Stamp or any other stamp and be sure to use our THEME 
as a starting point for your creation! We always enjoy your creations so be 
sure to submit them so you can WIN a $10 gift card to the Shop!!  
Show us your stuff!!You have until August 21st at 11:55 pm EST 
to get your entries in! 

Frugal Friday specials are up!!!!  Get while they're hot!  
These stamps are on sale only through the weekend!!  
While you're there be sure to grab the HalloweeKarKit... this too  
will only be available for a limited time!  Once they're gone, they are GONE!

Thanks so much for stopping in to visit me today!
Til next time...hugs and happy kraftin'! D

My Time to Craft #302 - Easel cards

Hello again sweet friends.
I'm back with another card for the newest
challenge at MY TIME TO CRAFT.

For the next two weeks we'd like to see your 
easel cards and creations.  I love to make easel
cards but don't do it very often for some reason.
They really are super easy and are a nice change of pace. 

Since this year seems to be going by so very fast, 
I'm getting a jump on my halloween cards - take a look:

I really love sentiment only cards lately!  This sentiment in
the moon is one of several awesome fall/halloween sentiments
in a stamp set called "Spook-tacular Sentiments" by 
Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps.  I used several die cuts - a circle, clouds,
and the fence.  Then I added those adorable "Scaredy Cat"  buttons.
The black cat has a lot of glitter on it which made it terribly
hard to photograph well.  There isn't anything wrong with
your eyes - trust me :o) and sorry about that. It almost makes 
you feel a bit dizzy as you look at it - arrghh!!

Do you love fun buttons but struggle with putting them on your creations?
I sure did but I found this fabulous tool called a button shank remover 
that easily snips off that pesky plastic loop on the back of  the 
buttons so you can adhere them easier on your creations.
Now that I have this I can get lots more cute buttons! 
(I got the buttons from the Kraftin' Kimmie Store). 
The papers are by Doodlebug Design - LOVE them!

I'd like to enter this in the following challenges:
Stamping Sensations August challenge - Anything Goes w/a stamp & a die
Virginia's View Challenge #17 - All things Embellished (buttons)
Crafting from the Heart - Challenge 72 "Anything goes"

Please go visit the rest of the DT at Sketch Saturday and 
see what they have made for your inspiration this fortnight.
Summer is busy but I sure hope you will find time to join us too. 

Thanks for visiting me...til next time...hugs! D 

Friday, August 14, 2015

Sketch Saturday #374 - Milk Coffee Sponsor

Hello sweet friends - happy weeeeeekkkkkennnnd!
August is just moving right along - we are already 
nearly half-way through it.  It has been a HOT month
here but we just had the most amazing thunderstorm 
and wonderful rain late last evening. I LOVED it!

It's time for another SKETCH SATURDAY 
challenge and here is fabulous Sketch #374

This is a great sketch for those who love a clean
style but still like layers too (I'm one of those people). 
Here is my card using a digital image from 
our sponsor this week - Milk Coffee

 You'll notice that I reversed the placement of the banners
in the sketch.  I didn't want to cover up those cute little flowers.

There is lots of other inspiration to be found by the 
Sketch Saturday gals - please pop on over to see 
their lovely creations too!! 

Thanks so much for stopping by to visit me today!
Til  next time...hugs and happy crafting! D

Saturday, August 8, 2015

Kraftin' Kimmie August Release Blog Hop!!

Hello! So happy  you are here for the 
What an amazing new release month this has been!!!

We are wrapping things up for this week with one 
more look at new sets by each of the Krafty Girls and Guests.
We're going to inspire your creations with our fun, new rubber stamp sets!

Over the last few days of Krafty Peeks there have been lots of amazing creations
 featuring new stamp sets from all of our artists for our August/Halloween release!
 To recap...first there was the gorgeous set of fall and halloween sentiments
called SPOOK-TACULAR SENTIMENTS by artist, Becky Pearce!

 Then we had a sweet set of little goblins from artist Emilie Goulet

Next up was the most adorable witches ever in the new halloween set
from artist, Annie Rodrigue called MY BEST FRIENDS ARE WITCHES!

 And last (but certainly not least) is the CUTEST little trick or treaters EVER
 from artist, Cheryl Grant called YOU'RE A SCREAM!

You will get to see ALL of the new images today as you sit back and enjoy
our August Krafty Hop! When you’re done hoppin’, be sure to head over
 to the Kraftin’Kimmie shop, because ALL the new rubber stamp sets
are NOW available! So Awesome!

So without further ado I'd like to share my card for today's hop
August KK Sketch - Enjoy!!!
Do you like the added shine of the glitter in the smoke?
I thought it was kind of fun myself :o)  
Reminds me of one of my favorite halloween movies
"Hocus Pocus"!  Here's the sketch I used too:

I'd like to enter this card in the following challenges:
The Ribbon Girl - Any image challenge (with ribbon)
Creative Card Crew #93 -Sparkle (sparkle or glitter)
I added lots of glitter in the "smoke" and some sparkle w/sequins
Sweet Stampin' Challenges - Anything but a Birthday
The Outlawz Challenges - Saturday Paper A-la-Mode - All that Glitters

So now it's time for you to hop on over to the next gal on
the list and see what she has made for you today as well!
Til next time...hugs and Happy Kraftin'! D

Kraftin' Kimmie August Release Peeks DAY FOUR "You're a Scream" and Anything Goes Challenge

Happy Saturday krafty peeps!
Have you been enjoying the past few days of peeks from 
the Krafty Girls and Guests at KRAFTIN' KIMMIE?

Today is DAY FOUR of the NEW August Release peeks
and we have another ADORABLE set by artist Cheryl Grant
called "YOU'RE A SCREAM" - EEEEEEeeeee
(that's me screaming with excitement and glee)
this is one of new favorite sets by Cheryl!!!!!
Here's what you get in this fab-BOO-lous set:

All of the brand new rubber stamp sets will be released TONIGHT!
 Are you excited? Are you coming to the LIVE ONLINE RELEASE PARTY
tonight beginning at 6 pm EST?
I'll be there! So will some of the other Krafty Girls and Guests
 and of course, Miss Kimmie herself!
There's alwasy lots of fun conversation, excitement and prizes!!!

So... because it's Saturday AND release week the challenge theme is.....
ANYTHING GOES and the hostess is Lee Ann!  We'd like to see
your cards, scrapbook pages, or altered items - using any sketch,
embellishments, occassion! You can use  any stamp BUT if you use
 a Kraftin' Kimmie stamp you'll double your chances to WIN!
At the end of the month, we'll announce a WINNER from all of the weekly
challenges for August! We hope you can play along for your chance to WIN
 a $20 Gift Certificate to use on ANYTHING you want in the shop!!

I used two of the ADORABLE NEW stamps from YOU'RE A SCREAM to
to make a couple gift bags for a co-worker's kids. I hope they like them!

These are super easy to make and hold just enough candy that
moms don't get mad at you for sugaring up their little ones :o)

I'd like to enter the following challenges today as well:
Brown Sugar Challenges #158 - Anything Goes
Clear it Out Challenge Blog: Theme and Stash are Anything Goes
(the bags, washi tape and ribbon are from my stash) - my 3rd entry
Crafting from the Heart Challenge #71 - anything goes
Simon Says Wednesday Challenges - Tie it Up (bows or knots)
Sister Act Card Challenges #118 - Anything goes
The Outlawz Challenges - Friday Coloring "Kids/Family"

Thanks so much for stopping by to visit me today!
I'll be back tomorrow for the Kraftin' Kimmie Blog Hop
with another creation from this FAB-BOO-LOUS August release.
Hugs!!! D

Sketch Saturday #373 - Autumn {Spook-tacular Sentiments}

Good Morning All!
So, so, so glad it's Saturday and time for another
 weekly sketch challenge at Sketch Saturday!
This week's challenge sponsor is Simon Says Stamp!

Here's the fabulous sketch that we have for you this week:
And here is my card using it:
Sentiment stamp by Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps "Spook-tacular Sentiments"

As you might be able to tell, I'm one of those crafters
that usually follows the sketch(s) pretty closely.
Hey...when it's that good why mess with perfection :o)

This is some paper from my old stash that has a beautiful foil
accent to it - which unfortunately doesn't show up very well in 
this photo. I added a strip of gold washi tape and some candy
dots in a coordinating color and viola - done! 

I hope that you will go check out the fabulous creations by 
the rest of the Sketch Saturday team. So much talent and eye candy!
Then I hope you will join us this week for Sketch #373 and share
your own fabulous creation!  The Sketch Challenge Prize 
is $25.00 to spend in the Simon Says Stamp Store!!

I'd like to enter this in the following challenges:
Simply Create Too - #91 Anything Goes
Brown Sugar Challenges - #158 "Anything Goes"

Thanks so much for stopping by to visit me today!
Til next time...hugs and happy crafting! D

Friday, August 7, 2015

Kraftin' Kimmie August New Release Peeks Day THREE "My Best Friends are Witches"

Hello and BOO to you this Friday morning!
The NEW August release at KRAFTIN' KIMMIE STAMPS
has got me in a giddy halloween mood!!!

I'm back again today for Day THREE of the release peeks. 
It's a Fab-BOO-lous witchy set by artist, Annie Rodrigue!
and it has two gorgeous main images plus FIVE coordinating sentiments! 

Here's my card featuring one of the stamps and sentiments from this set. 
WARNING....CUTENESS overload ahead!!

I think these have just the right amount of spooky and cute!
My kind of halloween card - never did like it really scary or spooky.

I'd like to enter this card in a few of my favorite challenges too:
Addicted to Stamps Challenges #156 - "Anything Goes"
Clear it Out Challenges - Theme/Anything Goes and Stash/Anything Goes
(black lace ribbon and diamond embellishment dots are from my stash)
Corrosive Challenge Blog #230 - Perfectly Purple
Papertake Weekly - Anything Goes
Simon Says Wednesday Challenges - Tie it Up (used a bow)
The Outlawz Challenges - Twisted Thursdays twist/Fantasy

Thanks so much for stopping in to visit me today! Before I go I'd like to
remind you of the LIVE ONLINE RELEASE PARTY on Saturday evening. 
Its a fun hour of celebrating the new stamp sets - and there's prizes too! 
ALL of the New August Stamp sets we are showing you peeks of 
will be available on Saturday night in the Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps Shop 
immediately following the parrrttaaaay! I hope you will be joining us!  

See you tomorrow with another PEEK of a new set 
 that will have you saying Ahhhhh-DORABLE! 

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Kraftin' Kimmie - August Release Peeks Day ONE "Spook-tacular Sentiments"

Hello Sweet friends and followers!
I've been busting at the seams for this month to start
for one very special reason... it's time for us to start the

This month is going to be SPOOK-tacular with the new
Fall/Halloween themed stamp sets!
I'm so excited to share these with you - we've got an incredible
week of goodies lined up for you!

Day ONE of the New Release peeks features a BOO-tiful new set
 of awesome large sentiments in beautiful fonts from artist, Becky Pearce. 
 The set is called....SPOOK-TACULAR SENTIMENTS 
and there EIGHT sentiments in the set!! I'm in LOVE with this set!

Here's my Krafty Girl card using a sunburst technique  
and a multi-colored sentiment as the focal point. 
I've had these papers and ribbon in my stash for quite some time.
It's so nice to find the perfect reason to use up some of my stash! 

Here's the inside using another of the sentiments
Don't you agree that these sentiments are Fab-BOO-lous?

I'd like to enter this card in the following challenges today too:
Papertake Weekly - Anything Goes
Virginia's View Challenges #17 - All Things Embellished
Simply Create Too Challenge #91 - anything goes
Creative Card Crew Challenge #93 - Sparkle!
(A row of sparkly black rhinestones and some on the eyes of the bats)
Clear it Out Challenges - Theme/Anything Goes & Stash/Anything Goes
Addicted to Stamps Challenges #156 - Anything Goes

This new set and all the other August stamp sets will 
be available for purchase following the ONLINE Release Party
Hope you will join us for some fun and prizes 

Thanks so much for stopping in to visit me today!
There are some links below to the rest of the KK team 
who have projects to show you featuring this great new set.
You are gonna love what you see - guaranteed!!!