October 21, 2009

Clear Calendars and Gift Card Holders - Kitchen Sink Stamps POM

Happy Wednesday! I'm happy to share with you my creations for Kitchen Sink Stamps October Project of the Month. My projects use a variety of Kitchen Sink Stamps, Memento Inks and the Clear Business Card and Calendar Cases now carried at Kitchen Sink Stamps. Just a reminder, when ordering at Kitchen Sink Stamps you can save 10% on your orders when you use code LISA10KSS. Happy Savings!

I just love the Business Card size case - it's perfect for Gift Cards! On this case, I used the Multi Step Sunflowers and Vintage Words. Can't you just see these done up for Holidays, Baby Showers or Birthdays!



I stamped the Multi Step Sunflowers as follows:

  • Stem: #3 Memento Cottage Ivy, #1 Memento Cottage Ivy – stamp off, #4 Imperial Purple, #2 Memento Cottage Ivy, #1 Memento Cottage Ivy – stamp off, #3 Imperial Purple
  • Sunflowers: #3 Memento Desert Sand, #2 Memento Dandelion, #1 Memento Dandelion, #5 Imperial Purple, #4 Memento Potters Clay.
  • Lady Bug: #1 Memento Rhubarb – stamp off, #2 Memento Rhubarb, #3 Imperial Purple
Download directions for Business Card/Gift Card Case here

Looking for more gift ideas? The Clear Calendar Cases make perfect gifts for the holidays!

Below I've used the Multi Step Trees, Multi Step Pumpkins and Multi Step Owl &Autumn Moon to create a few calendar pages













I Stamped the Multi Step Trees as follows:
  • #1 Memento Rose Red stamped off, #2 Memento Rose Red, #3 Memento Cocoa. Branch: #1 Memento Cocoa, #2 Memento Cocoa, #3 Memento Cocoa.
To create the grass hill, I simply tore a piece of copy paper, placed it over my stamped image, and then sponged on Mellow Moss Ink.













Images used – Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi Step Owl & Autumn Moon, Multi Step Pumpkins

The Tree from the Multi Step Owl & Autumn Moon was stamped as follows:
  • #1 Memento Cocoa, #2 Memento Cocoa, #3 Memento Cocoa. The leaves were randomly stamped using Pumpkin Patch Spectrum Pad. The Bats stamped in Memento Black.
The Brown Hills are actually just two pieces of torn Chocolate card stock, layered to resemble dirt.
The Pumpkin from the Multi Step Pumpkins is stamped as follows:
  • #1 Memento Potters Clay stamped off, #2 Memento Potters Clay stamp off, repeat, #3 Memento Cocoa stamp off, #4 Memento Potters Clay, #5 Memento Potters Clay, repeat. Stem - #2 Memento Cottage Ivy, #1 Memento Potters Clay.
  • Face - #2 Memento Black, #1 Memento Potters Clay.
The Pumpkin is cut and placed on a dimensional on the dirt hill.

Download directions here for the Calendar Case
Download Printable Calendars
here

Thanks so much for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed my projects and I inspired you to get a jump start on your gift giving!

12 comments :

Gerrie Johnnic said...

How exciting, what great projects! Thanks Lisa.

Julie Masse said...

Very cool idea Lisa! Love the calendars! :)

Yoli said...

Love the the calendars . . . especially the multi-step technique that you used to create shading & depth to the tree branches. Way cool!

Basement Stamper said...

Fantastic project Lisa! Love that little business card holder!

Ellis said...

Great calender that you have made! =)
Hugs, Elenor

Expressions of a Creative Mind said...

These are adorable!! Much better than what we did... wait not that I didn't like that but I really like this!!

Elaine said...

Great projects! I love those calendar pages; great colors. And, thanks for the calendar download!

Our Little Inspirations said...

What beautiful and wonderful gifts these make! TFS the tutorial and template!!! I just LOVE how you stamped that gorgeous tree!!!

Connie M. said...

WOW! What a fun project, Lisa!! Perfect for gifts this Christmas!!

Dee Jackson said...

Wow! That calendar ROCKS Lisa!!

Makiko Jones said...

Wow!! I LOVE them, Lisa!! This is such cool projects! The calenders are a wonderful Christmas gift, too!! You ROCK!

Lori said...

What a great gift idea, Lisa! Thanks for sharing these.

 
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