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December 14, 2013

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Pattie Jns

Good Morning, Kittie. You know I never thought of bunnies for winter scenes. These are darling, love the holiday necklaces on them.. they really add life to the cold, cold, snow. I love the accent of the cardinal too. I enjoy your scenes so much. They make me feel a part of the scene.
Don't you just love flower soft to sprinkle snow? stays too.....thanks for sharing have a good week-end.

Vickie

I can see those bunnies hopping right off that card as they are so life like...you do amazing things wih those applicators...they are nice since they are so small...but mine did not come with the artistic magic that yours have...better return them. Gorgeous card...how many ways can I keep say this.

Smiles

Jan Castle

Totally ADORABLE!!!
Jan

Eileen L.

Another stunner Kittie. Those little bunnies are so cute and they are perfect in your scenes, and your right, why not a winter scene. Just love how you mix the stamped trees along with the die cuts for the depth, just gorgeous. I just need the courage to try
and re-create your scene. Oh, paper crimpers on their way, gotta have em LOL.

Susan Turner

I admire your work so much!

Diane

Oh Kittie, this is so adorable. I am going to try and make for my GGD as she loves every animal she sees. She will love this. Did you use, for card base, watercolor paper? You have given me so many ideas on supplies and I have purchased them, but have not found time to use all yet. Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful talent, and I cannot imagine being without "KITTIE KRAFTS". HUGS AND BLESSINGS !

Jacquelene L

This card is beautiful. The bunnies are very cute. Love the background and the bendy frame. Great idea to be able to add more depth, I am always trying to come up with ways to achieve more depth. I love lots of detail and layers. Thank you for sharing this inspiring, beautiful card today.
Men never grow up, I have always counted my husband as one of my children, that is just the way they are. The older they get the more child like they become. But then, we wouldn't want to be married to Scrooge now would we!
Have a great weekend!
Jacquelene L.
Canada

Tinchen

Das ist wieder eine wunderschöne Karte. Tolle Stanzen hast Du verwendet.Ich bin total begeistert.
Schönes Wochenende wünsch ich.

LG Tinchen

CC

I always love your cute bunnies! This is a wonderful scene. And I'm curious about those mini applicators. In the past I have purchased eye shadow applicators to use for applying inks or pastels in small places. I clicked on the link you included for the mini applicators, but it's not really possible to tell the size of something by looking at it on a computer screen so even though these look pretty much like the eye shadow applicators I've wondered if that is the size of them. And, I'm wondering how these might differ from eye shadow applicators which are much more reasonable in price. I'm thinking maybe the foam is a different kind of foam or something. And if that is the case does it really make a difference in the way the finished art piece looks. I'm all for quality and I realize that it does matter in some things, but my craft budget is so small I do try to make bargain products work when they give me the same results as more expensive products do.

Kittie Caracciolo

The Sofft mini applicators are a wonderful foam that allows the ink to be applied very smoothly and blended easily. Believe me when I say that I have tried all kinds of sponges, both make up and art sponges and I have never found them work as well as these. For larger projects I love the Color Box stylus and sponge tip and Inkssentials Ink Blending tool. They both have similar foam that allows for a great ink application.

The mini applicator is about the size of an eye makeup sponge tip. I hope this helps.

Kittie Caracciolo

Diane, I used regular white cardstock made by Papertrey. Watercolor paper would allow you to get more depth of color for your scene. I hope this helps.

Debbie Z

Just when I think you've done it all, you manage to stun me again! WOW. I love this!!

Jerri

This is so precious Kittie!

Joyce B.

Love this card. You are such a creative lady.

happycat stamper

Wow, it's like being in a winter wonderland with snow bunnies and the red bird sings. What a designer you continually prove to be....kudos to you.

Rosy Newlun

You make my hubby and me SMILE! Those are the sweetest ever bunnies!

ColleenB.

Absolutely adorable card.

Eva van Buuren

Good Morning Kittie,
This time I am late with writing. When your post came yesterday, it was at us already Saturday evening and we were not home.
Kittie, your card is a WINTER FAIRY TALE.....adorable!
I like the Bendi frame....and de bunnies are so sweet.....and you have them very, very beautiful colored!!
I am so glad that you let us know, that de Sofft mini applicator other foam have than the eye makeup sponge.
Kittie, I use the eye makeup spong. Now I know why my bunnies looks different than yours, LOL!
Have a nice Sunday! Hugs Eva.

Peggy Lamb

Love your bunnies-a really beautiful and delightful scene! I never put as much detail into my own cards and i'm not the artist that you are, but I pick up ideas that improve my cards. Thank you so much for explaining how you do things. Am going to try coloring deer die cuts for my husband's birthday card next using your technique!

Judy I, St. Louis MO

Gorgeous card. The depth and detail are amazing. I enjoy your work so much. Thank you for sharing your talent.

Deb L

Beautiful card Kittie! It's a winter wonderland with bunnies!

Sheila Clarke

I just happened upon your blog, and I love it. Very easy to follow. I really like that you list the items you used as well. I have found many of these are available here in the UK. Feeling inspired. I assume the picture of the bigshot sizzex machine is what you used to cut the die shaped with, if so, thats lucky as I accidently glanced to the not very well hidden, large, box in a bag on top of the wardrobe last night and saw the very same thing waiting to be wrapped up. LOL. I didn't really spoil the surprise as I asked for one of these, but Ihave to play thegame.

Sheila
UK

Virginia Burns

Oh my gosh! this is the cutest card! I've never seen this style of card before, but what a wonderful, dimensional scene you've created!

Leslee Cotterell-Barrow

Oh my gosh!! Your card is beyond amazing,!! Loving every little detail! You are such a talented, creative lady.

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