October 4, 2010

Kitchen Sink Stamps - Haunting Halloween

Happy Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday, I hope you had a great weekend!  This week  brings a new Kitchen Sink Challenge with Makiko as your Hostess, her challenge: Trick or Treat....make a card/project for Halloween, using Kitchen Sink Stamps.  Remember to be eligible for the random prize drawing your projects must use Kitchen Sink Stamps, read the full details here.

I had fun with this challenge and created a "center step" card using the following Kitchen Sink Stamps:
  • Multi Step Ivy
  • Multi Step Pumpkins
  • Friends of the Moon
  • Multi Step Owl & Autumn Moon
The Multi Step Ivy was stamped on White card stock, then cut with the Sizzix Fence Die, I stamped a few more pieces of Ivy and popped them up on the fence.  The pumpkin was also stamped on White, then popped up on the fence.  Behind the fence on the next "step" I added some grass using Basic Grey Eerie Paper, on the "large center step", I Pumpkin Patch Ink and the Spectrum Roll Technique to create the Background, then added images from the Multi Step Owl & Autumn Moon and Friends of the Moon sets.

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Details:
Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps Friends of the Moon, Multi Step Pumpkins, Multi Step Ivy, Multi Step Owl &; Autumn Moon
Ink - Memento Potters Clay, Tuxedo Black, Cottage Ivy, Rich Cocoa, Bamboo Leaves, New Sprout, Pear Tart, Tangelo, Dandelion, Dessert Sand, Spectrum Pad Pumpkin Patch, SU Mustard, Pumpkin
Card Stock - Chocolate Chip, Clay Coated, Pumpkin Patch, White
Other - Basic Grey Eerie, Dimensionals, Brayer, Glimmer Mist, Sizzix Fence Die, Big Shot

Color Recipe:
Pumpkin - #3 Tangelo, #2 Tangelo stamp off, #1 Dessert Sand, #4 Potters Clay, #5 Potters Clay; Stem #1 Dessert Sand, #2 Cottage Ivy; Face #1 Rich Cocoa stamp off, #2 Tuxedo Black
Ivy - #1 New Sprout, #2 Pear Tart, #3 Bamboo Leaves, #4 Cottage Ivy
Tree - #1 Rich Cocoa, #2 Tuxedo Black
Bats/Witch - Tuxedo Black
Moon - #2 Dandelion
Leaves - #1 Mustard, #2 Pumpkin

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!

12 comments :

Netty said...

Oooh I really love your card. Annette x

Lynn McAuley said...

This is such an exquisite piece of art!! You blow me away with your creativity and talent, Lisa!!

Your center step design is perfect for framing this sensational Halloween scene. Love the ivy on the fence forefront and the beautiful spectrum roll background for your flying witch!

Makiko Jones said...

Wowza!!! This is incredible, Lisa!! Beautiful work of art!

Terry said...

Lisa, this is like a little story book! I love this absolutely lavish Halloween display! Have a wonderful day!

Basement Stamper said...

Fantastic card, love the fold of it and the scene-would make a great display!

Inky Button said...

Brilliant idea to stamp the ivy on the paper before diecutting it. Such a great project, it looks like a halloween party in and of itself. Beautiful work! (And as usual...LOVE your DP)

Connie M. said...

Oh my, Lisa!! What a wonderful scene you have created here!! I just love all the deatils...I have never tried this technique...looks like fun!!

Julie Masse said...

Awesome Halloween project Lisa!! All the details are just so fun and spooky!! :)

Danni said...

Amazing creation!

Suzanne C said...

WOW! The layers are wonderful and all the details with the pumpkin, the ivy on the fence and the wonderful scene in the background. Gorgeous!

Linda Carson said...

Truly fine artwork! Wonderful spooky scene!

Anna said...

What an awesome piece. The ivy on the fence is such a creative detail.

 
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