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Same Set Syndrome Hop with Kat Scrappiness!

Welcome to the #SeptemberSameSetSyndrome hop! If this is your first time here, I’m Karen and our hop group showcases a small independent stamp company each month to help promote them and hopefully introduce you to new-to-you products and companies! You should have come here from the talented and sweet Lisa Cmay. Your next stop after me is the one and only LeeAnn McKinney! I’ll be sure to link to her again at the bottom of the post.

This month we are showcasing Kat Scrappiness, who is not only a stamp and die designer in their own right, but also a phenomenal store where you can purchase products from many companies in addition to their Kat Scrappiness exclusives. And wait until you see their embellishment selection! Wowzers! We’re all using the same set, called Christmas Gnomes and as you can see I felt inspired and made 3 cards for you today!!! All the images were colored with Prismacolor pencils and Gamsol, and Spectrum Noir sparkle pen was added to all the white fuzzy parts of the outfits.

First up is this slimline card using not just the Christmas Gnomes, but also the Double Stitched Nesting Slimline Dies by Kat Scrappiness. I used the largest die to create the frame and layered the negative piece inside as a background. I added acetate to the frame, used Darice thin foam strips to pop the front up and added these cool Confetti Tubes from the Dollar Tree! They’re lightweight, squishy, and springy… and they get Everywhere… but they look so cool in real life that its worth it! I dressed up the shaker with some paper strips to mimic a present. The focal and sentiment are both popped up on top for dimension. Here is a closeup of all that shimmer of the confetti tubes, sequins, and sparkle pen:

Next up is the candy cane gnome:

This one was inspired by the current sketch at Inspire.Create.Challenge (not to be confused with last month’s spotlight Create and Inkspire). I found the perfect candy cane paper in my stash from Doodlebug but a whole cardfront was too busy. Sketch to the rescue, I found this simple sketch (below) and with the benefit of double sided papers I was good to go! I wanted a little differentiation between the patterns so I added a strip of silver mirror cardstock to mirror the silver buckle on this gnomies outfit. The rounded rectangle dies are from Pink and Main. Here is candy cane gnomies closeup:

Last up is Christmas lights gnomie:

These dudes were too cute not to use them ALL! This background is a 6×6 cling stamp from Hero Arts and its aptly called Christmas Lights. It too is colored with Prismacolors and Gamsol. The circle dies are a combination of Simon Says Stamp and Spellbinders (gotta use what you have sometimes). So much fun to color!!! And here is this dude’s glamour shot:

All three cards have spectrum noir sparkle pen accents (super hard to photograph), red sequins as embellishments, and silver gel pen details. I was tempted to add Nuvo Glaze to all the Christmas lights but then I came to my senses!!! LOL

OK, so be sure to head on over to LeeAnn for the next stop on the hop! The hop is spread over blogs, YT, and IG. If you get lost along the way, our fearless leader Ally K will have the full hop lineup. Also, you can search #SameSetSyndromeSeptember on YT and IG to find participants there. Thanks for taking the time to drop by. If you don’t already, please consider following my blog and/or my IG account @misplacedmojo and I’ll see you again next month!

MisplacedMojo

I am submitting one of these cards to the following challenges:

22 comments on “Same Set Syndrome Hop with Kat Scrappiness!

  1. Such an adorable stamp set your cards are so amazing tyfs.

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  2. Absolutely love the cards you created. Beautiful!

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  3. Those three cards are really awesome ! They are so cute AND pretty !

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  4. Adorable cards Karen. I love the shaker and the bright colors!

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  5. Omg, just adorable! So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas in our Holidays challenge. Arlene at Die Cut Divas.

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  6. Super cute cards!!

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  7. All three cards are super adorable, Karen! That slim line shaker is so much fun – if I had it in my hands, I wouldn’t stop playing with it! My fave though is that gnome tangled with Christmas Lights! Reminds me of myself when I’m decorating my tree every Christmas! 😂

    We are so glad you could join us & we hope to see you again in the next Papercraft Business Challenge!.

    Anna – Design Team member at Papercraft Business

    Visit my blog – Crafty Anna Studio.

    You can also find me on Instagram – CraftyAnna Studio

    Thank you!

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  8. That shaker card is amazing! This is the first full slimline shaker I’ve seen. I love how it looks like a long gift. Great cards!!!

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  9. Love those Christmas gnomes! All your cards as so cute! Thanks for joining us at Merry Little Christmas challenges

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  10. Really brilliant cards! You made great use of those gnomes. I adore that shaker card – so fun! – Charlotte/Lady Joyful

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  11. This candy cane gnome is really sweet. Love your beautifull colouring. Many thnaks for joining us at Colour Crazy.
    Silke

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  12. These are adorable
    Thank you for joining us at Digi Choosday
    Sharon ~ DT member for Digi Choosday Challenge!

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  13. Super adorable! Lovely colours and details. Thanks for sharing with us over at Colour Crazy Challenge.

    – Hanna, DT

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  14. Karen, your slimline shaker is amazing! Great use of traditional colors and who can go wrong using Gnomes! Thanks so much for accepting the challenge this fortnight at Shopping Our Stash!
    Hugz,
    Chana, DT

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  15. oh my gosh how cuuute are those gnomes?! thanks for SHOPPING YOUR (slimline!) STASH with us! ♥

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