September 13, 2010

Kitchen Sink Stamps - New Releases, Ribbons with a Cause Program and a Special!

Happy Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday, thanks for much for stopping by today!  I've got a lot to share with you today, as there's been a lot of wonderful things going on in the Kitchen!  There's THREE new sets being released today; a special Ribbons with a Cause Giving Back Program; and  Free Shipping on all US orders of $45.00 or more.  (note shipping offer is only valid today 9/13/10)  Don't forget, you can save 10% on all your Kitchen Sink Stamps purchases when you  click here then enter code LISA10KSS. (code not good on Multi Step Stamping Workshops)

The new sets are:
Multi Step Ivy
Multi Step Lil' Elephant
Multi Step Ribbons with a Cause

Before I share the details on  the cards I created for this release,  I wanted to share with you a new program at Kitchen Sink Stamps called Ribbons with a Cause.  With the purchase of every Multi Step Ribbons with a Cause stamp set, 15% of the proceeds will be donated to a different noteworthy charity every month. For more information about "Ribbons with a Cause Giving Back" program, please click HERE.  How cool is that!  List of Monthly Awareness Causes and Charities


This card uses images from the Multi Step Ribbons with a Cause Set and Multi Step Christmas Lights.  I used the small flower from the Ribbon Causes set to create my own pattern paper.

Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps Ribbons with a Cause, Multi Step Christmas Lights
Card Stock - White, Black, Pixie Pink
Ink - Pixie Pink, Pretty in Pink, Black, Pink Pirouette
Other - Cuttlebug Folder, Sponge Dauber

Color Recipe:
Flower - #2 Pixie Pink, #1 Pretty in Pink
Small Ribbon - #3 Pixie Pink, #2 Pretty in Pink, #1 Pirouette Pink

The above card uses images from the Multi Step Ribbons with a Cause Set.  I used the small puzzle pieces to create my own background. I cut two of the puzzle pieces and placed one on the ribbon and the other on the panel as shown using dimensionals.

Details:
Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps Ribbons with a Cause
Ink - Lilac, Eggplant, Black
Card Stock - Lilac, White, Black
Other - Sponge Dauber, Dimensionals, Spellbinders Oval Die, Big Shot

Color Recipe:
Puzzle - #1 Lilac stamp off, #2 Lilac
Large Ribbon - #3 Eggplant, #2 Lilac, #1 Lilac stamp off



For this card I used the Multi Step Lil' Elephant, and Multi Step Big Leaves, along with the fun Card Patterns Sketch 81.  The panel behind the elephant is embossed with a Texture Fades folder, then lightly inked with Pumice Stone Distress Ink.

Details:
Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi Step Lil' Elephant, Multi Step Big Leaves
Ink - Sahara Sand, Going Grey, Black, Celery, Olive
Card Stock - White, Black, Sky Blue, BG Pattern Paper
Other - Texture Fades Folder, Big Shot, Spellbinders Circle Dies, Half Pearls, Sponge Dauber

Color Recipe:
Lil' Elephant - #2 Sahara Sand, #1 Sahara Sand, #3 Going Grey, #4 Black
Leaves - #2 Celery, #1 Celery, #3 Old Olive



Thanks so much for stopping by, for more Kitchen Sink Stamps inspiration, be sure to visit the other Design Team Members.
AngelaConnieJulieLynnMakikoMaria
Have a creative week!

10 comments :

Julie Masse said...

Great cards! I love the dp you made with the stamps - great idea! The puzzle pieces are especially nice! :)

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Wow, have you been bz! FAB cards, that ribbon looks like it's so real, shines like satin! The detail in the efelant (joke) is amazing, very cre8tive GF!

Suzanne C said...

Beautiful cards. Love the elephant card! Great use if the sketch! Love the ribbon set.

Traci S. said...

Hi Lisa~

These are wonderful cards, and I am sure the ribbon cards will be especially popular!

Thank you for the tutorials! I love how you showed how you made your dp! I really like the dp for the Autism card.

That little elephant is adorable! I really like it!

Thank you for sharing so much, Lisa!

He IS Able,
Traci S.

Lynn McAuley said...

What sensational work with these amazing images, Lisa!!

I love what you have created with the Ribbons with a Cause!! I know this set will be popular!!

Wonderful work with that lil' elephant, too! He is the cutest thing!!

Connie M. said...

Oh Lisa! These are all so wonderful!! Your cause cards are great...show the versatility of this set, and your elephant is perfect!

Shelly Schmidt said...

Wow- gorgeous cards- I love the elephant card- beautiful! TFS

Makiko Jones said...

All cards are so fantastic, Lisa! Each of them has a beautiful details but I especially love your Autism ribbon card. Fabulous work as always!

NinaB said...

Wow, your elephant is beautiful. Thanks for playing with us at Card Patterns this week.

Michelle Gotoh Bertuzzi said...

Lisa these are beautiful cards! Love your take on the CP sketch and glad you could join us this week!

 
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