Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps Release Day Blog Hop!

Whoo!  It’s release day for Kraftin’ Kimmie Stamps and as usual there is a blog hop going on! 

There are 4 new fantastical images from Crissy Armstrong, 4 new fun and funky images from Annie Rodrigue, 4 adorable images from Jean Grant and two new sets of coordinating sentiments! You’ll get to check out all the images throughout our fabulous blog hop.

Quick Note: If you’re in the UK/Europe you can now order all the new Kraftin’ Kimmie Stamps from Quixotic Paperie HERE – the stamps are in stock and ready to dispatch on Monday. If you’re in the US/Canada then pop along to the Kraftin’ Kimmie Stamps site!

If you have hopped over here from *** Donna’s fabulous blog  *** then you are on the right track!  If not, then please go back to the start over at the Kraftin’ Kimmie Stamps blog so you don’t miss out on any of the gorgeous creations!

I’ve used another of Annie Rodrigue’s Moonlight Whispers images for today’s card.  What can I say?  I love them!

Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps - Genevieve - now available at

This is Genevieve, and she comes with a little map accessory stamp!

I’ve coloured Genevieve with Copics and airbrushed in the background.  The sentiment is, once again, from the new Steampunk Phrases set, which I may have mentioned that I love!

Your next stop on the hop is illustrator extraordinaire ***Crissy Armstrong ***, I just *know* she has something stunning to share with you!

Have a wonderful Sunday!

88 thoughts on “Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps Release Day Blog Hop!

  1. JoAnn

    Life is a journey and she looks like she is in the middle of the ride. These stamps are sooo fun!!! I love them!! Great Card!!!

  2. Andie

    Hi Elaine,
    This steampunk image is fab. Love how you coloured her. I put my order in already, but I may have to come back for more!! Your card is stunning!

  3. Donna

    Oh my gosh woman…Is there anything that you create that doesn’t turn out stunning and beautiful?.. No, I didn’t think so…This card is just amazing…I LOVE it!! Your colouring is just phenomenal….Xx

  4. SemSee

    Elaine, you’ve outdone yourself (if that’s possible, LOL!). Genevieve is definitely my fave (so far!) of the new Moonlight Whispers range. Amazing card … amazing colouring .. amazing you!! Hugs, Sem x

  5. Betty M

    Genevieve is one hot looking babe – I thought this might be a hard stamp to use, but after seeing what everyone has created with her – she is quickly becoming my favourite. I love the extra detail with the stitching. Thanks for sharing your card with us. This is my first visit to your blog – I will be back. Loved viewing alot of your other cards – so creative and unique.

  6. TaraG

    Oh gosh this is stunning, Elaine! I love the aged map paper you’ve used…that is just perfect for Genevieve…She looks gorgeous your colouring is just breathtaking, hun! Love the sentiment you picked too and the yummy trim and ribbon! Totally stunning!

  7. corinna

    Elaine, this is just beautiful! How elegant you’ve made her look! I too just love the sentiments. WOW, what a blog hop!

  8. Maria

    Ooooooh woweee! Gorgeous card and stunning colouring. Loving these steampunk images and hope to be a lucky winner so I can play with some as well. Hugs, Maria

  9. Avril Watson

    Hi Elaine, I came across to thank you for giving me the heads up about Mo Manning, I will be visiting your store come payday, believe me, I am having withdrawls from NOT buying crafty goodies….I ended up on the blog hop, what wonderful images, I love the fairies, but Lavinia is wonderful too… to hop, thanks for visiting me today…Hugs Avril xxxx

  10. Victoria

    wow Elaine this is a stunning choice of colours, I wish I had your talent with the shading. The lace and stitching look fab.

    Sorry not hopped over in a while, been very hectic at home!


  11. Nancy T.

    holy mackerole…these colors are jsut awesom. I would love to be able to color this good..what an awesom stamp at which I really need this one, and your card is just fabo!!!

  12. Jenn Post

    Annies images are so unique! I love that you used the fancy lace, works with th e victorian aspect and the stitching ties it all together (no pun intended, sorry)


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