What Would Kelly Make: 6th in the series!

What Would Kelly Make

Hi friends! Happy last Wednesday of the month! Welcome to the 6th edition of What Would Kelly Make! If you missed the first 5, be sure to click HERE to see them! Today, Kelly Latevola went with a very cute and whimsical stamp and die set, Llama Tell You, from Gerda Steiner! She created this fun scene to highlight the concept of perspective when creating a card. Be sure to watch the video and enjoy!

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Thanks for reading today, and thanks to Kelly for being our guest!

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  1. Wow……fabulous perspective on this card!! It is absolutely 3D!! Such cute llamas, too. So much fun.
    <3 J

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  2. Thanks for sharing your video. The perspective technique video was especially helpful. I have a daughter who loves llamas and puns. That stamp set is perfect for her.

  3. Thanks for the perspective videos. The big guy is so silly:) Adding the white “sticks” for the cactus needles really made them lifelike.

  4. When I saw this card I just laughed out loud. It is so delightful. Thanks for sharing the card as well as the videos!

  5. Really cute! And, thank you for the lesson on perspective. I have so much to learn about drawing and coloring!

  6. Oh my gosh! Genius!! Thank you for the wonderful video showing how you came up with perspective on this card. Your coloring and details are amazing as well. Love it!!

  7. Kelly, this is such a great card! Your videos were very beneficial. I have never seen Gerda Steiner stamps but will certainly be on the outlook for them now. Those faces are adorable! Thanks for sharing.

  8. Absolutely fantastic video, Kelly. I’ve tried stipling in past, but was never happy with the way it turned out. I must try again. Your videos are always full of tips & advice- extremely helpful. And a very cute stamp set!

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