May 3, 2010

Kitchen Sink Stamps - Challenge Monday

Happy Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday, I'm so glad you stopped by today!  It's time for another challenge in the Kitchen, this months Hostess is Julie, an she's provided us with a Sketch (see below) to use along with your KSS images.  After you create your KSS card, head over to the KSS Blog and leave your comment for a chance to win some KSS Gift Certificates.  We'd love to have you play along!  Please note - only those cards that use 100% KSS images will be eligible for the prize drawings.

I took some creative liberties with the provided sketch, and added sentiments from Kitchen Sink Stamps Vintage Words in place of the small circles.  The beautiful flowers are from Kitchen Sink Stamps 3 Step Hydrangea, stamped in various shades of blue - I've created a Video for the visual stamper.  See color recipe below.

The colors fit this weeks Play Date Cafe Challenge (with neutrals added in), as I still had my supplies out on my desk from last weeks challenge.  Of course I just couldn't resist playing with the Distrezz-it-All again, I just love the ragged edges this little machine creates!


This one's for you Jan!


I apologize if the volume is low in this video, I'm not sure why it was off a bit in this one.

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Details:
Stamps- Kitchen Sink Stamps 3 Step Hydrangea, Vintage Words
Ink - Stampin' Up! Brilliant Blue, Bordering Blue, Bashful Blue, Not Quite Navy, Old Olive, Kiwi Kiss, Chocolate Chip
Card Stock - Kiwi, Chocolate Chip, Vanilla
Other - Spellbinders Oval, Spellbinders Scallop Oval, Sponge Dauber, Beautiful Butterfly Embosslit, Glue Dots, Basic Grey Bling It Rhinestones, Big Shot, Distrezz-it-All, Donna Salazar Pattern Paper, SAMJ

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

AngelaConnieJulieLynnMakikoMaria





Color Recipe:
Leaves #2 Olive stamp off, #1 Kiwi stamp off, #3 Olive
Stem #2 Olive, #1 Kiwi
Flowers #3 Brilliant Blue, #2 Bordering Blue, #1 Bashful Blue, #4 Not Quite Navy

Have a creative week!

13 comments :

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Beautiful card, and luv the distressed edges...how artsy! Another FAB video too! Lisa, you ROCK!

Lynn McAuley said...

Love these beautiful blues for your stunning hydrangea! What a gorgeous card!! That lilac stem has brought new life to the set for me as well!!

I watch every minute of every video, Lisa! Thank you so much for including them each week!!

Inky Button said...

Another fabulous card. I love that you put sentiments along side the image...very clever. From the butterflies to the beautiful blue hues...your card is absolutely stunning...

Basement Stamper said...

Gorgeous card and I'm digging the distressing that makes too...need to watch the tutorial still.

Makiko Jones said...

Oh wow!! This is so gorgeous, Lisa!! Beautiful hydrangeas!! The distressed edge is very nice. I love your take on the sketch especially you stamped the words for the circles.

Julie Masse said...

A very pretty card Lisa! Great idea to use the sentiments on the side - very creative!! :)

Connie M. said...

Oh I Love this, Lisa!! I really like how you added the sentiments in place of the circles in the sketch, and fab added butterflies!! Another wonderful video too!

KathyR said...

Love the card AND the video! I learned quite a bit from it.
Thank you,
KathyR

marsha said...

This is simply beautiful! Love the deep blues, the distressing and I'm definitely going to watch the video!
Thanks so much!

Hugs, Marsha

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

LOOOOOVE it! I have to watch the video--love how you do videos;) YOU ROCK!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

LOOOOOVE it! I have to watch the video--love how you do videos;) YOU ROCK!

Suzanne C said...

Gorgeous! Love the hydrangeas and the background is a perfect complement to show off the beauty of the flowers.

Our Little Inspirations said...

Those flowers look so real it's amazing! I love the words on the side of the card too, and the distressed look is gorgeous! Great and helpful video too!

 
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