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Kori Kumi Christmas Card

Hi everyone, this evening I’m sharing with you a Kori Kumi Christmas card I made using the pretty range from Craft Consortium. I often use stamps in my projects but they tend to usually be sentiments or patterns that don’t need colouring, but this time I thought I’d have a go at colouring a stamped image. I’m not particularly good at colouring compared to a lot of crafters out there who can do all kinds of amazing techniques, but I had a go. I used my docrafts Artiste brush pens to scribble on an acrylic block and then picked up the colour with a brush and water, using the ink like a watercolour paint.

Kori Kumi Christmas Card - coloured stamped image by StickerKitten

Next I created the card by starting out with a 5×7 card blank that I covered with some pink Kori Kumi floral paper. I used the Kori Kumi hearts embossing folder to emboss a sheet of adhesive gold metallic card and added it to the front, placing a strip of blue floral paper across it. Next I glued a red Kori Kumi heart doily to the front of the card and added a die cut heart on top. I tied a small bow from red raffia and glued it to the heart.

Kori Kumi Christmas Card by StickerKitten

Finally I cut out and attached the stamped image with foam squares and then added a sentiment on the left.

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