Kris Lauren Meets Big & Bold Reveal | August Colorado Craft Company

I’m excited to be a part of the Colorado Craft Company – Kris Lauren Meets Big & Bold Reveal for August 2022!  You should have arrived here from Adam Karle’s, if not, start at the Colorado Craft Company Blog.

Leave a comment on all participating designer posts for a chance to win!  Each designer below will be doing a GIVEAWAY of one stamp set of your choice. If you leave a comment at each designers blog or Instagram post that would be 29 chances to win! Commenting will close on August 18th at midnight mountain time.  They will also be giving away a COMPLETE BUNDLE to ONE winner who uses affiliate links. Every purchase using an affiliate link goes into the drawing, so fun, right?! More details on the Colorado Craft Company blog!

Today I’m featuring the adorable Honey Jar set:

I have a TON of patterned paper so I decided to incorporate a couple panels in my design. Typically my style is clean and simple but I thought that the patterns would make the images pop.

All the images have been stamped in black and colored with copic markers. I added some black embroidery thread thread to the honey jar.

The sentiment has been heat embossed in white on black cardstock.

Next up is Bibi Cameron! For the full listing, please scroll down to the bottom of this post.

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Here’s the complete hop listing:

Adrienne Kennedy CCC

Adam Karle

Amy Tsuruta 

Bibi Cameron

Caly Person

Daniel West

Emily Midgett

Jasleen Kaur

Jenn Gross

Jennifer Kotas

Joe Sysavath

Kassi Hulet

Kelly Griglione

Kelly Taylor

Nancy Sheads

Amy Young

Sandi MacIver

Traci Jenkins

Nichol Spohr

66 thoughts on “Kris Lauren Meets Big & Bold Reveal | August Colorado Craft Company”

  1. I absolutely love how you used the paper to make the image pop and how you coloured your images; but my favourite part is the thread you used on the lid! It reminded me of the small country stores I went to as a child.

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  2. I am learning to color with copic markers but not even close to your talent. The embroidery thread is a great addition. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. Great take on this bee-you-tiful stamp set Amy! 😃 I like the cardstock pattern you choose for the background, never would’ve thought of that myself! Just a great card!

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  4. What a lovely card. The string around the cloth top, that and your coloring, really makes it look real. I love that.

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