Kindred Stamps November Release - Born To Be Brave

It's release week for Kindred Stamps and I am so excited to share what I made with the Born to Be Brave stamp set. I made 4 card projects with awesome images and sentiments on this set. Kindred Stamps also released a coordinating paper pack which can be purchased here.

First Project
For my first project I made a pull-tab top-folding card in which the helicopter flies up and reveals the sentiment. I stamped the first part of the sentiment in a charcoal gray and the word "brave" in new england ivy green. I used the MFT clouds stencil and broken glass distress oxide ink blending to make the card background. 
On the inside of the card I created the same sky-themed background but I put an army airborne soldier on the inside. Below the fold I stamped the "Thank you for your service" sentiment. 
Second Project
For the second card I made a simple army tank card. I used the tank stamp to create the background on plain green cardstock and to create the colored image above the sentiment "Tanks A Lot." Who doesn't love a punny sentiment?
Third Project
For my third project I wanted to focus on the different camouflage patterns of the military branches. I kept these cards fairly simple as I wanted the coloring to be the focus of the card. With these cards I tried to represent the Army (top left), Air Force (top right), Navy (bottom left) and Marines (bottom right). I have listed the copic markers I used to create these patterns in the coloring guide at the end of this post. 
Fourth Project
For my last card project I decided to feature the female factory worker character. I used pattern paper from the Pebbles Family Ties paper pack for the card front as well as for the envelope insert. I think it dresses up the card so much more when the it has a coordinating envelope. I think this card would be great to give to any female friend. You could even change the hair color to match the recipient to make the card feel even more personalized!
Thank you so much for taking the time to visit my blog today! Come back later this week to see my creations with another stamp set from the November release! Feel free to leave a comment below to let me know which project was your favorite. I will randomly draw a name to win a $10 Kindred Stamps store credit. Be sure to add your email address so I can contact you!

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Coloring Guide

Soldiers:
Skin: E04, E11, E21, E00, E000, E0000
Blonde Hair: E55, E53, E51, E50
Brown Hair: E49, E47, E44
Black Hair: T7, T5, T3, T1
Red Hair: E29, E99, YR14, YR12
Army Camo: YG61, YG63, YG67, G28, E81, E84, E87
Army Shirt: E81, E84
Navy Camo: BG70, BG72, BG75, BG78
Navy Shirt: C10, C8, C6
Marine Camo: E41, E43, E44, E47
Marine Shirt: E43, E44
Air Force Camo: BG93, BG96, BG99, E40
Air Force Shirt: BG90, BG93

Factory Worker Female:
Skin: E04, E11, E21, E00, E000, E0000, R20
Hair: E55, E53, E51, E50
Bandanna: R29, R27, R24, White Gel Pen
Overalls: B99, B97, B95, B93
Boots: C8, C6

Machines:
Body: YG61, YG63, YG67, White Gel Pen
Window: BG01, BG000, BG0000, Liquid Glass


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Comments

  1. Fantastic cards! I love your coloring of the different military branches. I want this set. mkndigger@gmail.com

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  2. These are INCREDIBLE! I love the ones where you stamped and then colored one of them!

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    1. Hi Meghan! You have won the KS gift certificate! I will email Audra and let her know. Please continue to check out my blog for future monthly releases!

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  3. Very clever cards--love the first one with the interactive feature. Thanks for the coloring guide too.

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  4. How did you do the Army Airborne figure ? Is it a Digi or did you free hand the parachute ? My Uncle was in Airborne during Vietnam, and he very ill right now, so would love to make him a special card similar to yours.

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    1. He is a digi that should also be available on Friday!

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  5. Love your interactive card with the helicopter!
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  6. I love every one of these cards! 17nikki2007@gmail.com

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