Superhero Madness with Maria

Hello there

I have been on a fun crafting spree this week and wanted to share it with you all 🙂

The “You Pixelate Me” really has a lot of opportunities hidden inside. Plus it is super easy to line up – with or without a MISTI, so you can keep expanding your images in size. For these cards I have stamped the image several times for each – I used the MISTI since I am a monkey in doing things straight 🙂

I began by finding an image with a lot of superheroes. I used this one for several images:

Found on Pinterest – source missing.

I created 8 cards with Batman, Superman, The Hulk, Thor, Loke, Spiderman, Captain America and Ironman.

Oh my – I had SO much fun with these. When I first got going, I just could not stop again. And I am still contemplating some more designs. I mean – Wonder Woman just came out, right!?

For me these are the perfect boys/men cards. I have my own superhero who I could gift all of these to 🙂 Ha ha…

Here is a closeup of all the cards:

Spiderman

I think the Spiderman card i my favourite. I was just in New York last month with my boyfriend, and every single time we turned a corner, he had a Spiderman scene for me.

Captain America

The caption says “Congratulations on your day” in Danish. I did Distress Ink stripes for the background and went crazy with my Nuvo drops.

Batman

I have been wanting to do a Batman card since Keeway guest designed in March.
I used the text from “For My Caveman” and wrote bat instead of cave.

Loke

These are just my colours – and that might have been my only reason for doing this figure in the first place since I had to check with Jacob who he was 🙂
I used text from “For My Sunflower” to create the sentiment. I just handwrote Villain.

Superman

I couldn’t leave out Superman, right? Love that silkyhair 🙂 Text is also from “For My Caveman“.

Iron Man

I can’t look at this card without beginning to sing “I am IRONMAN” in my head. Awesome song. The sentiment is Happy Birthday in Danish.

The Hulk

This card ended up a little funky green, sparkle, disco-ish. But I still like it. The text is from Monkey Madness.

Thor

Nordic Mythology (wohooo Scandinavia) and Thor. I so wanted to do a lightning behind him, but I could not make it work. So instead he got some clouds lol.

Well, that was a whole bunch of cards ! And I could keep them coming – I had som much fun 🙂
I hope you enjoyed this little superhero(and villain) installment.

Hugs
Maria

[ Supplies I used ]

You Pixelate Me

For My Caveman

For My Sunflower

Favoritsæt

Monkey Madness

You Pixelate Me Spotlight – part 3

Hello there!

This month we are changing things up a little. We will be having 3 spotlights, where we are highlighting a specific stamp set for 3 days. The Dream Team have come up with some epic cards and we hope you will have a lot of fun – read more here (including information on how to win the next release).

Do not forget that you can save 20 % on the You Pixelate Me stampset until May 18 at midnight CET 🙂

Today we have the last bunch of cards highlighting the You Pixelate Me set! So many epic cards 🙂

Janni

This delicate soft card is just amazing. The background patterns are just waiting for you to get going. Happy Birthday text is from The Necessary One.

Dana

This card just makes me smile. That happy coffee cup is a real heartbreaker lol 🙂 You Bring Out The Best In Me text is from For My Sunflower.

Erica

Erica went all in and created 4!! cards for this spotlight. This heart is just amazing. She used text from For My Sunflower and You Pixelate Me.

You can easily stamp this image several times next to each other. Erica did this and created and intricate background. She also used the Dahlia in Yellow in the subtle shape of a heart. Text is from The Necessary One.

Use the stamp as a guideline for an endless number of patterns. Here Erica created two cards with the same pattern but changed the colour. It’s funny how big of a difference that makes right? Dude you are so old is the text that goes with the You Pixelate Me stamp and Happy is from The Necessary One.

Use the stamp as a guideline for an endless number of patterns. Here Erica created two cards with the same pattern but changed the colour. It’s funny how big of a difference that makes right? For this she used the text from The Necessary One as well.

Is your mind blown yet?! Mine sure is, and I also love seeing all the creative cards you all make with the stampset. I will do a feature post with some of  YOUR cards soon. Just share them under #krumspringstamps on Facebook and Instagram. I cannot wait to see your magic.

If you do not already own this stampset – it is on sale by 20 % until May 18 at midnight !

Thank you for stopping by – I really hope you enjoyed this spotlight 🙂

Maria

[ Shop the stampset here ]

You Pixelate Me

Other stampset used in this post:

The Necessary One

For My Sunflower

Dahlia

 

Introducing New Dream Team Member – Tina Krauer

Hi peeps

Yes I am continuing to expanding the Dream Team with some AMAZING ladies 🙂 I am pinching myself with how lucky I am to have such an amazing team. Today I can introduce a new member, and I have been so excited.
Please welcome Tina from @teenaleee on Instagram 🙂

I love Tina’s happy cards and her cheerful person – I know she will bring something really fun and happy to the table. Please welcome her and leave her some love !


My name is Tina, I was born in 1977. I am living in the heart of Switzerland, near Lucerne, together with my awesome husband and my little daughter. Ah yes, we also have two furry friends in our family – Candy and Chili, the best cats on this planet 🙂 During my pregnancy in 2013, I came across with the Big Shot machine and the adventure of papercrafting and cardmaking has begun. I am hooked to it ever since 🙂 I really love coloring, especially with my copics. But all kinds of coloring media have my heart, I barely can resist when I discover new colored pencils, makers, watercolors & co. :-))

My style of cards is not a particular one – I love everything, except overloaded cards. I hope I can inspire you with my passion for card making and papercrafting!


Hello fellow crafters!

I am SO happy and excited being a part of Maria’s amazing dream team from now on!! For my very first blog post I decided to go with two of my favorite sets of her entire collection. So let’s dive into it!

For my first card, I used the set „Adventures ahead“. I really love these hot air balloons – so many possibilities to put color on them! You even could put a little critter into the basket, peeking out from there… ☺ but this time I decided to create a non-cute card which will be perfect for a male recipient. I stamped the hot air balloons with versamark ink, then heat embossed them with white embossing powder. Then I pulled out my good old fashioned watercolors (just the ones in pans) and colored the balloons in rainbow colors. The great thing about heat embossed images is that the lines get raised. So the watercolor won’t move outside every portion – this is so helpful when coloring with watercolors!

After it was dry, I fussy cut the images with my scissors. I even cut out the inner portion between basket and balloon with my craft knife; I didn’t want to have a white space there.
To match the hot air balloons, I heat embossed the sentiment with white embossing powder onto my panel, and then I sponged a background over it with different distress inks – just a pretty blue sky. Then I diecut some clouds and added some clear sparkling sequins to create more interest to the card. Voilà, here we go for an almost all occasions fitting card for your card stash! ☺

My second card for today was a bit more intricate. I really wanted to showcase this beauuuuutiful sunflower from the set „For My Sunflower“. I stamped it with a very light distress ink (antique linen) onto watercolor paper and gave the entire flower a first wash with regular watercolors. Then I pulled out my watersoluble colored pencils to define the sunflower and for adding more depth to it. Take your time for this kind of coloring! It took me about 45 minutes for the whole sunflower – but totally worth it, don’t you think? After that, I fussy cut (be careful!) the whole flower and put it aside.

Then I diecut a frame for my shaker window and a base panel. I sponged a pretty cloudy sky to it. Then I glued some acetate to my shaker frame and added a double layer of foam tape behind the acetate. This way, the sequins have plenty space to move. I wanted to imitate some sunflower petals, so I put in some yellow matching sequins and for more interest, some tiny stars and for the nice shaker sound, a few micro beads. I just looove that sound ☺

To add more interest, I decided to put the sunflower in front of a garden fence and some grass behind which is peeking through. When I finished the card, I came up with the idea to put a sentiment on a tiny tag and hang it over a picket there. I really like adding details like that ☺
I hope you got inspired and will get crafty too now!
Have an amazing day! Hugs – Tina

[ Supplies I used ]

Adventures Ahead

For My Sunflower

Cutlery Holders with Rosali

Hi, Rosali here!

Today I have a special project to show you! As you might know I am mainly a cardmaker when it comes to crafting but once in a while I can’t resist to make something else out of pretty stamps and paper! ☺ And since Easter is coming up very fast with family gatherings and dinners I decided to make a little table decoration, cutlery holders to be specific!

Download this tutorial as a PDF, by clicking here.

This is the design I came up with:

I am gonna try and guide you through the process of making these step by step.

  1.  Cut down a piece of paper in the size of 7 1/8” x 7 1/8” (square). I would recommend picking a sturdier paper (min 160 lb) as people are gonna wanna pick the holders up and take the cutlery out. I knew I wanted to watercolour on mine so I used a mixed media paper (300 g/qm, equals 200 lb).
  2. You need to make three score lines on your square. One at the bottom, 2” from the corner. The other two scores lines need to be 3 1/4 “ from the left respectively right corner. I took a picture of the measurements for you to make it clear:
  3. After the scoring you can decorate your paper however you like! I heat embossed some stamped images on the backside of the paper (I used the backside of my mixed media paper because it had a smoother surface, which makes heat embossing easier). I mainly stamped on the three scored flaps and left the backside rather plain. I used “One Triangle at a Time” for two cutlery holders and a dot stamp from “Happiness Overload” two create a Polka Dot pattern on two other holders.

    After heat embossing everything in white I used spring-y yellow and light green watercolour paints to colour the whole outside part and also the visible inside part of the cutlery holders. On the backside I added a triangle heart from “Happiness Overload” and a sentiment from “The Necessary One” in green metallic embossing powder.
  4. If you use a bone folder to round the three flaps a little bit towards the inside you get more room “inside” the holder for the cutlery to be in. Don’t glue the right and left flap together too tight. You won’t need any glue on the bottom flap if you stuck it under the other two flaps.
  5. Now you can put pretty stamped images on top of the cutlery holders. I chose the beautiful flower from “For My Sunflower”. I colored each with Copic markers using Y21, Y26 and YR24 for the petals and some green shades for the middle part. I also added highlights with a white gel pen.
  6. To finish my design off, I put a circle of vellum behind each sunflower and heat embossed “celebrate” from the “Spread Your Wings” stamp set in white on black cardstock and mounted everything together with foam tape for a bit of dimension.

Here are the finished cutlery holders-with enough room in them to put a small paper napkin inside as well!

Happy spring! ♥
Rosali

[ Supplies I used ]

One Triangle at a Time

Happiness Overload

The Necessary One

For My Sunflower

Spread Your Wings

Guest Designer Jessica – Part 2

Hello again!  Jess here with my second guest post for Krumspring Stamps!  My first card introduced my surprise challenge but this time I wanted to play along with a few of the challenges myself! 😉 So I decided to go with triangles, flowers, Keeway’s color palette, and watercolors!  And this is what I came up with:

You might have seen my sunflower from For My Sunflower on instagram a few days ago…I colored it for Kathy Rac’s The Daily Marker 30 Day coloring challenge and then decided it would be perfect for my card!  I used copics to color the flower and then fussy cut it.  I stamped the One Triangle at a Time stamp onto watercolor paper with versafine and then heat-embossed it with clear embossing powder.  Then I smooshed broken china, salty ocean, tumbled glass, and chipped sapphire distress ink onto my craft mat and spritzed it with water.  I pressed my background into the wet distress ink and let it soak in and blend together.  After a few seconds I lifted the paper and heat set it.  Then I repeated the process a few more times until I was happy with the coverage.  I let it dry overnight and then adhered the sunflower with foam mounting tape.  Finally I stamped the sentiment from For My Sunflower onto white cardstock with versafine and heat-embossed it with clear embossing powder before adhering it to my card with foam mounting tape.

I love the contrast between the yellows and blues and how bright and cheerful it ended up!  I hope this gives you so more inspiration for the Spring Festival challenges!  Thanks for visiting and have a wonderful day!

Jessica

[ Supplies I used ]

For My Sunflower

One Triangle at a Time

Spring Festival Challenge 8 – Sharna

Hello! Sharna here with you today! I had so much fun creating my card for today’s challenge.

Today’s challenge is a technique challenge! Use watercolors on your card.

I mixed both warm and cool colors for an extra pop.

First I got out my “For my Sunflower” stamp set. Yellow is my favorite color so that was the first pick and I wanted the centers only slightly darker. I used my Kuretake Gansi Tambi watercolors for those as I love the bright creamy colors. For the background I mixed some of my distress inks in peacock feathers & Twisted Citron.

I added the bold Hello sentiment to pop against all the bright colors.

I really hope you play along with me today!

Sharna

[ Supplies I used ]

For My Sunflower

TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CHALLENGE

Create a card/project based on the challenge, and share it via the link up below this post.
If you share on Instagram and Facebook do not forget to hashtag it #krumspringfestival17 and that your profile must be public to participate.

Last day to participate is March 18. Winners will be announced March 19.

Prizes

Every time you submit a project for a challenge, you participate in the raffle of the following prizes:

FIRST PRIZE

  • One lucky winner will win a gift certificate to the shop of 400 DKK / 53 € / 57 US$ !
  • And then there will be 3 lucky winners who will win 2 stampsets of their choice!

And the more challenge submissions there is, the more prizes will unlock:

  • 100 challenge submissions unlocks an additional gift certificate of 100 DKK / 13.5 € / 14.3 US$
  • 150 challenge submissions unlocks an additional gift certificate of 150 DKK / 20 € / 21.5 US$

LINK UP YOUR PROJECT FOR CHALLENGE 8 HERE:


Introducing Guest Designer Keeway + Challenge 7

Hello there!

Today we have one of the most artistic and sweet cardmakers as Guest Designer! I am so so SO happy to introduce Keeway – Kiwikoncepts – as the first of 2 guest designers for March! I am having such a fangirl moment, having Keeway here today 🙂

I love Keeway’s happy cards and amazing sense of colour – her cards are always inspirational!

A little information about keeway

I’m Keeway from kiwi koncepts, living in sunny California. I love all thing fine arts, from classical music to pop culture art, and grew up immersed in it. I didn’t discover cardmaking until 2015 when my best friend painted me a handmade birthday card, and I wanted to send a handmade card back. Since then, I have become completely captivated by the craft and the community, and started cardmaking and blogging every day since. You can find me at my blog Kiwi Koncepts.

Keeway’s challenge and inspiration card

Hi crafty friends! It is Keeway here and I have spring inspired color scheme challenge for you today.

The color consist of these 4 colors:

Make a card using these colours. You can supply with black, white and grey.

And here’s what I came up with!

For my card I used the ‘For My Sunflower’ stamp to color this beautiful, bright sunflower. I created a ombre background with the 2 blues from the color scheme using a polygon stencil. I die cut the word thanks 3 times on black cardstock and adhered them together for thickness.

I then die cut a banner out of yellow cardstock and stamped ‘You Inspire Me’ on the bottom of it. I adhered the ‘thanks’ partially onto the banner and then used foam tape to attach it to the card.
Hope you join in on today’s color challenge!
Cheers, Keeway

Visit Keeway here:

Instagram: @Kiwi.koncepts
Website: www.kiwikoncepts.com

[ Supplies I used: ]

For My Sunflower

TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CHALLENGE

Create a card/project based on the challenge, and share it via the link up below this post.
If you share on Instagram and Facebook do not forget to hashtag it #krumspringfestival17 and that your profile must be public to participate.

Last day to participate is March 18. Winners will be announced March 19.

Prizes

Every time you submit a project for a challenge, you participate in the raffle of the following prizes:

FIRST PRIZE

  • One lucky winner will win a gift certificate to the shop of 400 DKK / 53 € / 57 US$ !
  • And then there will be 3 lucky winners who will win 2 stampsets of their choice!

And the more challenge submissions there is, the more prizes will unlock:

  • 100 challenge submissions unlocks an additional gift certificate of 100 DKK / 13.5 € / 14.3 US$
  • 150 challenge submissions unlocks an additional gift certificate of 150 DKK / 20 € / 21.5 US$

LINK UP YOUR PROJECT FOR CHALLENGE 7 HERE:


Spring Festival Challenge 6 – Anna

Hello, Anna is here today with my card for Krumspring Stamps Spring Festival event!

Every designer has the specific challenge for you during this event. And my theme was – the sketch!

Oh I liked to make sketches ages ago! And for today I prepared the simple one, so you can create everything you want even if you are not very familiar with sketches.

I made You Pixelate Me stamp set the focal point of the card and put it on the place of the smaller rectangle on the sketch. I white embossed the grid and colored being inspired the embroidery schemes. I copied the butterflies from this scheme.

The banner under the central rectangle is cut of the green card stock and also I added the scalloped panel on the background for more dimensions. The sentiment is placed on two dark strips you can see on the sketch. I white embossed the phrase from For My Sunflower stamp set on the card stock of different colors.

And at the end I added some clear drops.

Have a good day and join our Festival!

Anna

[ Supplies I used ]

For My Sunflower

You Pixelate Me

TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CHALLENGE

Create a card/project based on the challenge, and share it via the link up below this post.
If you share on Instagram and Facebook do not forget to hashtag it #krumspringfestival17 and that your profile must be public to participate.

Last day to participate is March 18. Winners will be announced March 19.

Prizes

Every time you submit a project for a challenge, you participate in the raffle of the following prizes:

FIRST PRIZE

  • One lucky winner will win a gift certificate to the shop of 400 DKK / 53 € / 57 US$ !
  • And then there will be 3 lucky winners who will win 2 stampsets of their choice!

And the more challenge submissions there is, the more prizes will unlock:

  • 100 challenge submissions unlocks an additional gift certificate of 100 DKK / 13.5 € / 14.3 US$
  • 150 challenge submissions unlocks an additional gift certificate of 150 DKK / 20 € / 21.5 US$

LINK UP YOUR PROJECT FOR CHALLENGE 6 HERE:


Spring Festival Challenge 4 – Erica

Hello, Erica on the Krumspring blog today.

How are we doing? Who’s got all the sunshine? It’s been rubbish weather where I am for ages, with only the odd dry day here and there. Blah-ness I call it. It is actually perfect weather to stay in and colour all day so it’s not all bad.

My challenge theme is FLOWERS.

Before I get to the card I made for this blog post I wanted to take a minute to talk about something fun that’s going on right now: The Daily Marker 30 Day Challenge! It’s a challenge to take some time out every day to do a little bit of colouring, even if it’s just five minutes, for ‘me time’. Colouring is great for stress relief and to brighten your mood, it really does help. You can find lots of inspiration on both Instagram (search for the hashtag #TheDailyMarker30Day) and Facebook (search for The Daily Marker 30 Day Challenge and ask to be added to the group) where our fearless leader Kathy Racoosin post both tutorials, videos and giveaways every day. So in addition to having some fun and getting inspiration, you can also win lots of crafting goodies! You might be able to see why I’m such a fan and chances are, seeing as you are reading this, you are also a craft lover so why not join in? This is the 7th challenge and I have participated in every single one but this time I am also a Goodwill Ambassador which means I am one of nine crafty ladies who help Kathy out by leaving comments, encouragement and answer any questions you might have. We would love to see your creations so please do join us.

Right, now that that is covered, let’s get to the card itself.

I stamped up three sunflowers from the For My Sunflower set on Copic friendly paper and before I started colouring, I made a little colouring chart on the side with all the Copics I thought I might use. I tend to just colour away and not keep track of which ones I use, which makes it difficult/impossible if I ever want to make more than one so this time I thought I’d be clever and get it done. I then ticked the ones I ended up actually using and hopefully I will not throw out the notes this time..!

When I colour flowers with Copics I tend to use the flicking technique and the first colour I put down is always the lightest, then I go in with a much darker right in at the centre/base and the tip of the petals. Next I go back to a light colour, but not the lightest, to bridge the gaps and create some definition but making sure not to cover all of the white and lightest colour as that’s what gives those natural highlights. Finally I go very dark right in by the base of the petals and very lightly flick with the Copic marker to add shading and depth.

For the middle I decided to do dotting, which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: it’s when you simply dot the colour down rather than blending it. For texture and definition I used three different colours for this part and just kept going until all the white space was covered.

The leaves I kept quite pale green but forgot to write down the numbers of the Copics. So much for my memo to self, eh? I coloured the leaves much the same way I did the petals, flick, flick, flick, done!

Next step was fussy cutting everything out. I used all of them that I had stamped up, even though I didn’t use all three of the flowers. Except for one of the leaves, I cut them all off the stems and glued them to the back of the flowers in different places to make a big, leafy bunch.

I figured flowers need a vase and thinking outside the box, I went through all my other Krumspring stamps to see what I could use as one. Feeling very clever, I grabbed the Happiness Overload set and turning the christmas tree upside down I stamped the bottom of it upside-down. First in black ink and then heat embossed it with clear embossing powdered over before colouring it in with blue and grey toned Zig markers.

To start putting the card together I put down a card base on the table and started arranging the flowers in the vase. Once I was happy with the look, I put another piece of cardstock over it and then gently flipped it over. Removing the bottom piece, the backs of all the flowers and leaves were exposed and I added foam tape to the back of it in places, making sure all of them were also adhered to each other. When it was all done, I set that aide until I was ready to add it to the actual card.

For the background I had an idea of splattering green distress ink all over water colour card stock but I couldn’t get the colour rich enough so I grabbed a distress stain and tried dabbing it directly on it. That didn’t work at all… so I tried fixing it by swirling it around with a paintbrush but that didn’t really look right either. Attempt number three saw me wiping the dauber all over the background hoping to cover up all my boo-boos and wouldn’t you believe it, that it got TOO green! Ack!! Well, out came the paint brushes again to dilute it a little and finally I just had to stop, let it dry and see if it would be acceptable to use. After all that faffing about, I didn’t have that high hopes but it actually came out rather nice!

I have some lovely dark grey, matte card stock from Hero Arts that I used as a card base and to make sure it didn’t get completely hidden by the panel, I trimmed a tiny sliver off the top and the side so it would frame the whole thing by peeking out. I glued it all on and stuck the flowers down too. On a very think piece of white card stock I stamped one of the sentiments from the For My Sunflower set, ‘You bring flower power to my life’, in two different shades of orange inks to create an ombré effect. Using more foam tape I added it to the card and also a few enamel dots for embellishments.

That’s it from me for today, I hope I have inspired you to get your Copics/pencils/brushes and Krumspring stamps out and joining in with The Daily Marker 30 Day Challenge!

Big crafty hugs from Erica

[ Supplies I used ]

For My Sunflower

Happiness Overload

TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CHALLENGE

Create a card/project based on the challenge, and share it via the link up below this post.
If you share on Instagram and Facebook do not forget to hashtag it #krumspringfestival17 and that your profile must be public to participate.

Last day to participate is March 18. Winners will be announced March 19.

Prizes

Every time you submit a project for a challenge, you participate in the raffle of the following prizes:

FIRST PRIZE

  • One lucky winner will win a gift certificate to the shop of 400 DKK / 53 € / 57 US$ !
  • And then there will be 3 lucky winners who will win 2 stampsets of their choice!

And the more challenge submissions there is, the more prizes will unlock:

  • 100 challenge submissions unlocks an additional gift certificate of 100 DKK / 13.5 € / 14.3 US$
  • 150 challenge submissions unlocks an additional gift certificate of 150 DKK / 20 € / 21.5 US$

LINK UP YOUR PROJECT FOR CHALLENGE 4 HERE:


Spring Festival Challenge 3 – Rosali

Hi, Rosali here!

Welcome to another day of Krumspring Stamps’ Spring Festival! As you might already know we have a challenge theme and inspirational project for you on every day during this week! So, let’s get started! 🙂

For my challenge, I picked a RAINBOW COLOURS theme! There is just something about combining all rainbow colors that makes projects look super cheerful, don’t you think?
If you are anything like me, you might need a little reminder which colours you can find in a rainbow … Here they are again:

  • Red
  • Orange
  • Yellow
  • Green
  • Blue
  • Indigo
  • Violet

For the challenge, you can use the colours in that particular order or you can just use them all somewhere on your card / project. You can pick pastel shades or bright tones! I chose to go with bright rainbow colours in no particular order … And this is my card:

To colour the Toucan from Krumspring’s “Tou-can Do It” and the beautiful flower image from “For My Sunflower”, I used my Copic markers. For the flowers, I went with parts of the rainbow order but mixed it up a bit. To create the light blue ‘sky’ background I took a pigment ink and did some inkblending on the cardstock-which I haven’t really tried before with that type of ink but since it worked very well I will definetely do it again in the future!

On the Toucan image I used all rainbow colours as well, and some dark gray / black. I googled pictures of these birds before I started colouring, and used them as a reference. There are Toucans in a lot of different colour variations, it’s amazing!
To finish off the colouring I added some dots with a white gel pen.

I can’t wait to see what you come up with for the rainbow colours challenge!! ♥
Rosali

[ Supplies I used ]

For My Sunflower

Tou-can do it!

TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CHALLENGE

Create a card/project based on the challenge, and share it via the link up below this post.
If you share on Instagram and Facebook do not forget to hashtag it #krumspringfestival17 and that your profile must be public to participate.

Last day to participate is March 18. Winners will be announced March 19.

Prizes

Every time you submit a project for a challenge, you participate in the raffle of the following prizes:

FIRST PRIZE

  • One lucky winner will win a gift certificate to the shop of 400 DKK / 53 € / 57 US$ !
  • And then there will be 3 lucky winners who will win 2 stampsets of their choice!

And the more challenge submissions there is, the more prizes will unlock:

  • 100 challenge submissions unlocks an additional gift certificate of 100 DKK / 13.5 € / 14.3 US$
  • 150 challenge submissions unlocks an additional gift certificate of 150 DKK / 20 € / 21.5 US$

LINK UP YOUR PROJECT FOR CHALLENGE 3 HERE: