March 8, 2010

Kitchen Sink Stamps - Color Throwdown

Happy Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday!  Thanks for stopping by, I hope you had a great weekend!  The weather was in the upper 40's this weekend, Spring is just around the corner and I can't wait!  I'm still playing catch up in my studio, after having to take some time off for my foot to heal.  I'm hoping I can get my shoe back on this week, as it was pretty funny to see me in the Grocery Store with DH's hiking boots on.


This week Kitchen Sink Stamps is the Sponsor for the Color Throwdown Challenge Blog!  Be sure to stop by their blog on Wednesday to read more details on how you can enter this weeks challenge for a chance to win a prize from Kitchen Sink Stamps!

I used the color challenge as an opportunity to create a card for my mom's birthday using the beautiful Multi Step Lilacs from Kitchen Sink Stamps.  Mom's an artsy type of person, so I thought the colors would work pefectly as a background instead of incorporating them into card stock panels.  I used the Reinker Splash Technique from a past TJNL using Melon Mambo, Marigold Morning and Bermuda Bay colors from this weeks challenge.

Melon Mambo was a great color choice for the Lilac (click photo to enlarge). The last color in the Color Throwdown Challenge is Wild Wasabi, I used that for the stem and leaves.  Wanting to fill in a bit of the white space, I stamped the sentiment from Ready 4 Any Holiday in Black Memento, and added the Butterfly from the 3 Step Hydrangea.

Be sure to stop back later this week, as I'll be posting samples with the new Multi Step Horseshoes and Shamrocks & Clovers sets.

Details:
Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi Step Lilacs, Ready 4 Any Holiday, 3 Step Hydrangea
Ink - Stampin' Up! Melon Mambo, Wild Wasabi, Morning Marigold, Memento Black Tuxedo, Reinkers Marigold Morning, Bermuda Bay, Melon Mambo
Card Stock - Black, White, Glossy, Melon Mambo
Other - Dimensionals, Clear EP, Heat Gun, Clear Envelope

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Stamp Recipe:
Lilac:  #3 Melon Mambo, #2 Melon Mambo stamp off 1x, #1 Melon Mambo stamp off 2x's, #4 Melon Mambo
Leaves: #1B Wild Wasabi stamp off 2x's, #2B Wild Wasabi stamp off 1x, #3B Wild Wasabi
Stem: #2 Wild Wasabi, #1 Wild Wasabi stamp off 1x
Butterfly:  #3 Memento Black (right on card); #3 Memento Black on scrap, #2 Marigold Morning, #1 Marigold Morning stamp off)

Thanks so much for stopping by, for more Kitchen Sink Stamps inspiration, be sure to visit the other Design Team Members

AngelaConnieJulieLynnMakikoMariaTammy Hershberger March Guest Designer

Have a creative week!

14 comments :

LindaCCC said...

I love the hydrangea. If I wasn't in so much trouble for all of the stamps in my house :). Beautiful!

Julie Masse said...

Beautiful card Lisa! The lilac in those colors is so pretty! I'm sure your mom will love this!! :)

Connie M. said...

This is just stunning, Lisa! The background you created is just perfect!! Love how you used just a touch of these colors...beautiful!!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Oh la lilacs! I just love it, the bg is perfecto!

Diana said...

I have to agree with all of the above - these Lilac is beautiful - looks like you could reach out an pick it and put in a vase........Your mom is very lucky :)

Darsana said...

If I were your mother, I would have a very happy birthday after receiving this card. I LOVE the background what a neat idea! I love the overall look of the card as well.

Makiko Jones said...

Wow!! I love the background you created!! It's so pretty with your stamped lilac image. I know your mom will love it :)

Lynn said...

Love your gorgeous background, Lisa! How perfect for showcasing this stunning lilac!!

Liz Williams said...

So beautiful card and love that pretty background.

Leigh said...

The background is fantastic Lisa. Beautiful card.

Shelly Schmidt said...

Gorgeous- I love that stamp- your colors are so pretty! I am trying to have will power.....I am trying to have will power.......!

Kathryn B said...

Such a pretty card Lisa! Love the splashes of color it's really neat! TFS

Tammy Hershberger said...

Beautiful card, Lisa! I LOVE how you added the butterfly!

pezadoodle said...

GORGEOUS! reinker splash was the first TJ technique i ever did and has always been one of my faves!

 
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