February 22, 2010

Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday - a Flower for You

Happy Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday, thanks for stopping by, I hope you had a great weekend!  Guess what I have to share today...Another card using the Wisped Frames Techinque - can you tell I really like this one! 

For my focal image I used Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi Step Sunflower.  I stamped the stem first (#3 Artichoke, #2 Old Olive #1 Distress Ink Crushed Olive, #4 Imperial Purple), then added the flower (#3 Distress Ink Wild Honey, #2 Memento Dandelion, #1 Memento Dandelion #5 Imperial Purple, #4 Wild Honey).  The vase if from  Kitchen Sink Stamps 3 Step Itty Bitty Tulip Bouquet (#3 Memento London Fog, #2 Memento London Fog, #1 Memento London Fog).  The Wisped Frames Technique was done in Chocolate Chip.

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Details:
Stamps Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi Step Sunflowers; 3 Step Itty Bitty Tulip Bouquet
Ink - Stampin' Up! Chocolate Chip, Artichoke, Old Olive, Memento Dandelion, London Fog, Distress Ink Crushed Olive, Wild Honey
Other - Spellbinders Rectangle Die, Stipple Brush, Big Shot, 1/4" Circle Punch, Double Circle Punch, Basic Grey Origins Pattern Paper, Dimensionals

 I used TESC101 as my layout inspiration.

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11 comments :

Liz Williams said...

Lisa, this looks like the real thing sitting here on your beautiful card.

Leigh said...

Love this card Lisa. Looking forward to receiving my sets in the mail soon.

Lynn said...

Gorgeous work with your fabulous sunflower and glass bowl!! Your rich, dark background papers really let this image shine!! Such an exceptional beauty, Lisa!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Yep, I agree totally with Liz, it has such great dimentsion, beautiful colors, and great tech!

Connie M. said...

So very pretty, Lisa!! Love the sunflower in the bowl!! Love the Origins paper mix too!

Julie Masse said...

Beautiful sunflower! I've always loved that bowl and it works perfectly here!! :)

Makiko Jones said...

Lisa, I love the sunflower in the glass bowl!! Beautiful papers and colors and details!!

Erin Smetak said...

This is gorgeous!!!!! It looks like you painted that sunflower and bowl!

Kitchen Sink Stamps said...

Beautiful card Lisa! Love your colors, so rich and elegant. Handsome DP... and striking technique! :)

Basement Stamper said...

gorgeous card, I love this image in the vase. And of course my new favorite papers!

rozie640 said...

Beautiful card Lisa, love that realistic sunflower and it does pop off that background paper, excellent.

 
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