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Friday, 13 October 2017

New Release Day - Paperbabe Stamps - Christmas Nativity & MDF Angels

Hiya and Welcome to my Blog

This Week has been really exciting over in Kraft Korner as I have had the Privilege to be working with the New Release Stamps and Fibreboard Shapes from the Nativity Collection and the Paper Angels Collection
by the Amazing Kim at Paperbabe Stamps

The New Products are now Available to buy over at the Paperbabe Stamps Etsy Shop

These little characters are so so so cute and I have loved putting them together and hand painting them to show to you all today

 

Look at their Gorgeously Cute little faces. I had so much fun painting in the details and bringing them to life using my Acrylic Paints

I glued together the body's and then painted over all of the pieces using white gesso primer. Once dry I gave them a few coats of white acrylic paint. When fully dry I used the co-ordinating stamp set and versafine ink to to add all the outlines and details. I then hand painted all of the pieces to add all the colours, shading and detailing until I was completely happy with all of them. I then finished glueing all the pieces together; all the animals heads to their body's and all the little accent pieces like crowns, gifts, shepherds crook etc

The following photo's show close ups of some of the characters I love the little cows and sheep




I also had a lot of fun creating this Angel using an older Favourite from the Paperbabe Stamps Shop, The Paper Angel's Stamp Set and the New MDF Shapes that co-ordinate


Such a lovely set to work with - I stamped the Angel Stamps onto MDF Shapes that I had pre-painted using white gesso primer and white acrylic paint. 

I chose to use the side flowy dress but you do get the choice of dress shapes in each package of the MDF Shapes which match up perfectly with the dress shape options in the stamp set. Each package of MDF Shapes has a different style of hair which match up with the hair shape options of the stamp set, I am using one of the long wavy hair styles.

I really enjoyed painting all the details using my acrylic paints, especially the Hair, which has always been my favourite part of any character I either paint or colour


I hope you liked having a look at the projects I have made for the New Release Stamps and MDF Shapes that are now available to buy from the Paperbabe Stamps Etsy Shop

Thanks You so much for your Visit and I hope you will join me here again soon for more of my Krafty Korner Adventures with Kraft

Krafty Hugs
Please do go check out the Paperbabe Stamps Blog to see the Gorgeous Project's by Our Kim 
and also the links to the Design Team Blogs

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