Kick Assy Birthday- Preview Day 1 Kraftin Kimmie Stamps

We have a theme for this month’s stamp sets and it’s a category that every stamper must have in their stash!

We’re celebrating BIRTHDAYS! Today we have a totally SASSY new set by artist Melissa Baker-Nguyen!!


I’m so in love with how this card turned out. I’m starting off with some Bristol Smooth cardstock and starting at the top I work my way down ink blending Picked Raspberry, Carved Pumpkin, Squeezed Lemonade, Lucky Clover and Mermaid Lagoon Distress Oxides. 

Next I cut this fabulous star panel using the Star Panel Die, This gives me a panel measuring 4″ x 5 1/4″ which I then attach on top of my ink blended background. I stamp this fun sentiment from the Kick Assy Birthday Stamp set from Kraftin Kimmie Stamps to the middle section of the card. 

To finish off the card, I’m adding some craft foam to the back of the star panel and adding to a top folding A2 sized cardbase.

I also have a video creating a very similar card except I added Glitter Spray to my ink blended background to make my stars sparkly!
You can view the video down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

Check out this versatile birthday set in action as you hop around the Krafty blogs today! You’ll see the list of Krafty design team members and Krafty Guests below and be sure to leave some love at each stop because one lucky commenter is going to WIN a gift voucher to the krafty shop! Plus we’re doing a GIVEAWAY of the ENTIRE release on the Krafty Friends facebook page! The winners will be announced at the party so don’t miss it!
You’ll get to see all the incredible creations for March as we share them each day this week! Be sure to join us at the LIVE Online Release Party on Saturday afternoon at 1pm EST! We’ll be checking out ALL three new clear stamp sets, sharing fabulous creations, giving away prizes and having tons of krafty fun!


12 thoughts on “Kick Assy Birthday- Preview Day 1 Kraftin Kimmie Stamps

  1. Diana Degan says:

    I love how you did this card. Love the way the background allows you to add the sentiment in the middle. And I just love the way your blog includes all the elements and tools you used. That's fabulous.


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