Hey there friends! Karla here today with a cute Thank You card using the Sushi Buddies Kitty Bee Designs stamp. After I printed these cuties onto white cardstock I used Prismacolor and Hobby Colour Markers, both alcohol based, to colour them. I popped the image up with foam dots to give it some dimension.
On my card, I used some pretty Pink Paislee paper with some sushi themed diecuts and blinged it up with some Stickles and sequins. For more details visit my blog post here.
Happy Tuesday! Danielle here with a lovely card for you today. I used the Two of Hearts Raccoon, even though we are no where near Valentines Day. I wanted to show that he can be used for any type of love card throughout the year.
For this card I used some patterned paper for the background, grabbed an edge punch for some decretive interest. I splattered the background with some mists as well! They are my go to for any background. I dug up some old Dear Lizzy paper for that polaroid, which acts as my sentiment. Then colored up the cute raccoon with my copics. To finish the card off I added glossy accents to the hearts and some sequins.
It's Connie here today to share a fun Halloween Tag and Treat with all the Kitty Bee fans!
The Halloween "Mr. Bitty" Digital Stamp is sure to liven up any Halloween decor or treats. He's just adorable!! I used him to create these gifts for a friend. The treat is actually a pack of gum!
How did I create the perfect fussy cuts? I used my Cricut Explore!! I was able to use the Print then Cut feature. You print the image out on your printer first then add it in your Cricut to cut it out perfectly. After you color it and create your awesome projects!!
Be sure to visit my blog, Connie Can Crop for more inspiration featuring these great stamps.
I can't thank you enough for checking out my blog today. It means the world to me and I hope you truly enjoyed it. May it inspire you to create something wonderful! Scrappy Hugs!
Hi everyone, it's Wendy here with a birthday card for a three year old featuring Cow Barely Over the Moon from the Kitty Bee Etsy store.
I printed the digi twice, flipping one of them so that after colouring and cutting out, they could be glued together back to back and hung in an aperture, so that the cow and moon look like they are suspended in the night sky.
For more details and more pics you can check out my blog - Confessions of a Papersniffer
Hello KBD friends! Today I've created a Christmas/Halloween card, inspired by the "Nightmare before Christmas". This little Penguin Santa has found himself lost in halloween town, or maybe he's just dressed as Santa trick or treating? More details on my blog crazycraftingsquirrel.blogspot.com
Hello peeps~ I'm on the spotlight today from Kitty Bee Design Team with another fun image to share! Today I have Happy Halloween Bitty - I made (25) of these lollipop treat holders using this cute digital image. A great friend of mines asked if I could whip something up for her daughter's 5th grade class. Well this is what I came up with.
I hope this inspires you to get your Halloween crafting done soon, don't forget to check out Kitty Bee Designs etsy shop you just might find something you like there. Until then - see you back here next month......
Good morning friends, Jennifer from Glitter In My Hair here with you on the KBD blog with this Pumpkin Kal-Bee today....just in time for Halloween!
Hope you 're enjoying the start of fall. Our weather here in Wisconsin is cooling off, Fall Festivals and pumpkins are in full swing, hope you're enjoying it as much as I am! See you in a few weeks for a special Halloween spotlight!