mardi 2 novembre 2021

Katzelkraft - Checkmate

Hello everyone!
Tuesday is Katzelkraft day here on my blog and today we're playing chess! 
I'm using "LE GAMBIT DU ROI", one of three fabulous new stamp sets from Katzelkraft - designed by Isabelle, which you can find on FB, YouTube and IG.
(I have already used the other two sets on this card)

... so let's play chess!

First, I created a background with acrylic paints, starting with a very light corn yellow on a sheet of Bristol paper. These paints dry quickly, so I could move right on with the other colors.
I used an old credit card to apply some black and turquoise and a touch of green. After drying, I stamped the chess pieces, masked them, and then stamped the chess board. Let the ink dry well and then made a few spots of gray acrylic paint here and there.
Finally, I stamped the two words, one in black, the other in white. Backed the card with black cardstock and glued it on a blank card.

Hope you like it. 
See you next Tuesday with a new Katzelkraft inspiration and "even more new stamps"!! ;)

I used:

le gambit du roi katzelkraft


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Stamps: Katzelkraft
Inks: Onyx Black (Versafine); Shark Tooth White (Atelier);
Acrylic paint, Bristol paper, black cardstock

8 commentaires:

  1. WOW das schaut stark aus, geniale Karte.


  2. Total genial!!! Gefällt mir mega!

  3. Fabulous chess card!

    Thanks for joining in at IkesWorldchallenges
    DT Val x

  4. So pretty. love the colors. thanks for sharing over at Crafty Sentiments.

  5. Great card - thanks for sharing it with us at the Arty Divas Challenge.

    Helen x

  6. I love your card, thanks for joining our male card challenge!
    Creative Sketchy Girls

  7. Stunning creation, I am in awe :) :) Thank you for joining us at IKEsWORLD this month. Hugs Mimi xxxxxx


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