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October 26, 2009

Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday

Happy Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday! Hope you all had a wonderful weekend. Hey, did you know that Kitchen Sink Stamps is now on Facebook? How cool is that!

For my card (click to enlarge) I used the Vase from Kitchen Sink Stamps 3 Step Itty Bitty Tulip Bouquet, and a single Sunflower from the Multi Step Sunflowers. Don't forget you can save 10% on all your Kitchen Sink Stamps purchase - just use code LISA10KSS when checking out. The Vase was stamped on White card stock then using a two tiny slivers of Eclipse Tape I masked the waterline and the top of the vase. I stamped the Sunflower as follows:

  • Stem: #3 Memento Cottage Ivy, #2 Memento Cottage Ivy - stamp off, #1 Memento Bamboo Leaves - stamp off 2 x's, #4 Imperial Purple
  • Sunflower: #3A Memento Potters Clay, #2A Memento Rhubarb - stamp off, #1A Memento Dandelion - dab edges with Rhubarb before stamping, #5A Imperial Purple, #4A Potters Clay - 2 x's
  • Vase: #3 Memento London Fog ,#2 London Fog stamp off 1x and repeat again, #1 London Fog stamp off
I used the Spellbinders Rectangle Die to cut/emboss my White Stamped panel, then used Spellbinders Labels 4 and debossed around my image. I sponged the edges with Soft Suede Ink thank layered on Chocolate Chip and Garden Green panels. I debossed my Mustard panel using Spellbinders Impressabilities Flowers, then added used the CuttleBug Highlights Technique adding Chocolate Chip ink to my panel. I added a piece of Sable Swiss Satin Ribbon under my focal image.

Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps 3 Step Itty Bitty Tulips, Multi Step Sunflowers
Ink - Memento Cottage Ivy, Bamboo Leaves, Potters Clay, Rhubarb, Dandelion, Imperial Purple; Stampin' Up! Soft Suede
Card Stock - White, Chocolate Chip, More Mustard, Garden Green
Other - Spellbinders Deckled Rectangle Die, Spellbinders Labels Four, Big Shot, Sponge Dauber, Spellbinders Impressabilities Flowers, Sable Swiss Satin Ribbon, Eclipse Tape

For more Kitchen Sink Stamps inspiration, check out the other Kitchen Sink Stamps DT members blogs: Angela, Dee, Connie, Julie, Lori, Lynn , Makiko, Maria (KSS Owner).


Leigh said...

Lisa, this card is so beautiful. You do absolute wonders with those stamps.

Lynn McAuley said...

What a gorgeous card, Lisa!! I love the mixing of these two images framed so perfectly with your Nestabilities! Beautiful, beautiful work!!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Just beautiful, I am loving how the flower sits in the vase. The card design is just perfect!

Chrissy D said...

I am loving these stamps - they are gorgeous!!! I may have to invest in some of them. Thanks for sharing them with us, Lisa!

Unknown said...

Oh Lisa! This is gorgeous!! I love how you mixed the different sets!! What a great idea! Thanks for reminding me to use the glass bowl stams, heehee ;)

Unknown said...

Lovely card!! I love that little bowl - had pulled it out last week and never got around to using it! :) Beautiful sunflower!!

Connie M. said...

So fun, Lisa!! Love how you paired this bowl with this beautiful flower!! Wonderful!

Dee Jackson said...

beautiful Lisa! I love how you combined these sets. The sunflower looks fabulous in there!!

Lori said...

Beautiful, Lisa! Love the embossed frame around the image--so elegant!

Kerry D-C said...

oh my GOSH! Lisa, this is breathtaking! What you do with KSS is AWE INSPIRING!

Billie Dee said...

Incredible! It's amazing how fantastic something so simple can be.

You have an enviable imagination!

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