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Kat Scrappiness April Release – Day 1 – Koala-ty Time

Hello Kat Scrappiness fans!  Welcome to Day 1 of the April release!    We have a very cute stamp set that we are revealing today and the design team got super busy creating their wonderful  projects to share with you today.  Don’t forget that we also have a giveaway everyday during the reveals so PLEASE SCROLL THROUGH AT THE END OF THE POST TO FIND OUT HOW TO WIN.


For todays reveal, we are showcasing the Koala-ty Time stamp set.



Are you ready to see the samples?



I am totally in-love with this first card by Adam.  He layered a bunch of eucalyptus in gray and mint for his background and foam-mounted the koalas in the middle of the card.  He finished his design by also foam-mounting the sentiment that he embossed on black card stock using some white embossing powder.


I absolutely ADORE this card.  Adam die-cut some colorful strips to create his rainbow background and added a big cloud to ground his koala image. So cute!





I LOVE this dreamy, pastel-themed card by Caren.  She used the Wonky stitched and scallop circle dies from the shop and foam-mounted the Koalas.  To finish her design, she added the sentiment that she embossed on black card stock.






Amazing slimline card by YouTube DT member, Jo!   She also has a process video of this card on the KS channel.






Such a beautiful card design by Kathy.  She used our new Stitched Scalloped Slimline Nesting dies with the Embossed Edge Slimline nesting dies and layered them on her card.  She stamped the eucalyptus image three times on her background and foam-mounted the koalas.  She finished her design by adding the sentiment in the middle of her card.





What a cute shaker card design by Lisa.  She used the Bamboo backdrop die for her background and adhered the Koala image on the corner with liquid glue.  She also added the word “friend” that she die-cut using the Scripty “hello my crafty friend” die.



Loving the beautiful patterned paper that Lisa used for her background.  This card is really perfect for Mother’s Day.






I colored my image on Neenah solar white card stock with Spectrum Noir Tri-Blend markers.   I used the Clouds stencil by Newton’s Nook Designs and dye inks by Lawn Fawn to create the clouds.    I die-cut the heart window using the double-stitched heart nesting dies.  To add more texture to the background I used an embossing folder from my stash.  The sentiment I used is called “Your Heart Skips a Beat by riley & Co.” that I heat-embossed on black card stock that was die-cut using the Venetian Label dies by Gina Marie Designs.



I used another stencil by Newton’s Nook to create my colorful background.  I used the Stitched Scalloped Border die to die-cut the white panel and ink blended this panel with some Tumbled glass distress oxide ink.  I foam-mounted my image and added the sentiment that was heat-embossed on black card stock.  To finish my design I added some crystal jewels.





Super adorable card by Martha.  The background was created by stamping the eucalyptus images a couple of times with some green dye ink.  She colored her images in with some light gray markers and they really popped against the watercolor background.






Meghan’s cards are ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!  She used the Stitched Scalloped Nesting Slimline die and ink-blended this panel with distress oxide inks.  She stamped and colored the images from Koala-ty-Time, Hoppy For You and Stewart The Sloth.


Meghan used some embossing paste and stencil to create her background.  The heart frames were die-cut using the Stitched Scalloped Heart dies and the sentiment was stamped on Stitched Fishtail Banner dies.




I really LOVE that Priscilla colored the Koalas using Tri-Blend markers in gold yellow mixed with the blender, instead of the typical gray.   Her image really stood out!  The sentiment was die-cut using the Happy Mother’s Day sentiment die.


Another card that is completely unique!  Priscilla colored the Koala image using Stampin’ Up pens and the leaves were colored using distress ink.  She also added some Brown Confetti sprinkles to finish her design.




Oh my goodness!  I love, love, love Tina’s “minty” card!  She used the new Stitched Scalloped Nesting Slimline dies and created the window frame using the Double Stitched rectangle dies.  The images were colored using alcohol makers and foam mounted on the card.  To finish her design, the added the mint-green hearts.





Waleska ink-blended her background with distress oxide inks and stamped the eucalyptus a couple of times and also added the tree branch to ground her koala images. She used the new Stitched Scalloped slimline die to mat her card.




Our guest designer, Sandra created this card using the new Koala-ty Time stamp set.  She also has a video below.



Would you like to win the new Koala-ty stamp set we showcased today?   We will pick one lucky winner!
Here’s how to win:
Leave a comment on this blog post and tell us what project/s inspired you to the most today.  You have until April 30 to leave a comment.  Winners will be announced on Friday,May 1stAll winners should send an email to: to claim their prize within 48 hours.


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  • Reply Phyllis Zimmerman

    So many beautiful cards! Each so different and beautiful. Love all the samples and will probably have to case a few of them. Great design team.

    04/24/2020 at 2:12 AM
  • Reply Tiffani D Hawkins

    The one that inspired me the most is the last one in the email by Sandra. I usually stay away from cards with scenes. But this one looks simple enough that I could do with things I have!

    04/24/2020 at 4:50 AM
  • Reply Yvette Novak

    I liked all of the cards showcased. However, my absolute favorite one was Adam Karle’s Koalas with the gray and mint green eucalyptus leaves. I never realized how well those two colors compliment each other. Thank you for the color inspiration!

    04/24/2020 at 7:22 AM
  • Reply Yvette Novak

    I loved all the cards showcased, but the one that caught my eye, was Adam Karle’s
    koalas with the mint and gray eucalyptus leaves. I never realized how well those two
    colors compliment each other. Thank you for the new color inspiration!

    04/24/2020 at 7:34 AM
  • Reply Jean Marmo

    Such cuties! Love the inspiration!

    04/24/2020 at 7:59 AM

    These are all gorgeous creations and the koalas
    are darling. I am most intrigued with the slimline
    creations as I’m so happy to see they’ve made a

    04/24/2020 at 11:23 AM
  • Reply melanie tirey

    I love the Khola bears especially since of the tragedy of what happened in Australia to all the animals. It is particularly nice on the Mother’s Day card. I loved all the cards due with the Kholas.

    04/24/2020 at 3:01 PM
  • Reply Denise Bryant

    Great cards! The koalas are just adorable! Really catching my eye… all the slimline cards, and Adam’s eucalyptus background!

    04/24/2020 at 3:12 PM
  • Reply Sue D

    Cute koalas and wonderful examples. My favorite is one of Meghan’s–I like the hearts and the sparkly leaves.

    04/24/2020 at 4:05 PM
  • Reply Carla Hundley

    Lovely cards and I
    love the one by Jo
    Carla from Utah

    04/24/2020 at 8:58 PM
  • Reply Andre M.

    Great designs with this lovely set!

    04/25/2020 at 11:59 AM
  • Reply Scraporcraft

    So many wonderful examples for use of the set. Inspired by Jo’s card most for a different color look to the koalas.

    04/27/2020 at 12:28 AM
  • Reply Janis in ID

    Just adorable!!! I am in love with all these cards. Maria’s lovely heart cut out and colorful clouds really gives that little koala card a sweet look.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

    04/27/2020 at 8:35 PM
  • Reply Sharon Gullikson

    The card that inspired me the most today was the one that has a triangular part that looks like an envelope flap. I would like to make a card like that. It is very cute with the koalas, too!!!!!!

    04/28/2020 at 7:56 PM
  • Reply Mary-Anne V

    Wow this koala stamp set is so cute! I adore the big eyes on the image. I have to say I love the slim line cards the best.

    04/29/2020 at 9:32 AM
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