November 8, 2010

Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday - Tis the Season

Happy Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday, thanks for stopping by, I hope you had a great weekend!  I don't know about you, but the time change had me really wanting to take a nap yesterday!  I'm going to have to be sure to have my cards created early, so that I can take pictures while it's still light out, now that it gets dark around 5PM.  I had assembled my background with the Basic Grey Papers and had something totally different in mind, but when I went to stamp the images I wanted to use to complete a sketch, they didn't work.  So I pulled out a few other Kitchen Sink Stamps sets and ended up with this lovely holiday card.



Here I combined images from Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi Step Gift and Multi Step Garland.  If you missed my previous post on how to stamp the images using the Multi Step Gift - see this post

Details:
Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi Step Gift, Multi Step Build a Garland
Ink - Bermuda Bay, Ruby Red, Hunter, Olive, Artichoke, Chocolate
Card Stock - Vanilla, Bermuda Bay, Chocolate
Other - Basic Grey Pattern Paper, Silver Gems, Scallop Border Punch

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Color Recipe:
Gift - #3 Bermuda Bay, #2 Bermuda Bay stamp off, #1 Bermuda Bay stamp off, #4 Bermuda Bay; Ribbon - #2 Ruby Red, #1 Ruby Red stamp off, #3 Ruby Red, #4 Ruby Red
Pine Branch - #3 Hunter, #2 Artichoke, #1 Olive, #4 Chocolate

Have a creative week!

13 comments :

Ingunn said...

I like this, it's nostalgic (the images) and modern (the background) at the same time!

Suzanne C said...

Beautiful snapshot of Christmas with the branches and present framed out with the lovely paper!

Julie Masse said...

Beautiful card Lisa! The images work so well together!! :)

Connie M. said...

Lisa! Your present under the tree is just wonderful! I so LOVE the colors you used on the present, and the papers are just perfect! Hugs!

Lynn McAuley said...

Beautiful work with this cheerful package under the Christmas tree branches!! What a sensational holiday card, Lisa!

Fabulous background with the wonderful jovial papers!! I am using them on most of my Christmas cards this year!!

Sarah Anderson said...

Love all the warm colours you've used, makes me think of staying in nice and cosy

Terry said...

The gift box makes me want to pull the ribbon! Beautiful card and I love that ornament background paper, which is so fitting for a present under the tree! Love this card!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

How beautious!!! Luv those colors and the papers match purrfect! xxo

Traci S. said...

Hi Lisa~

You really did a super pro job ob this card! Wow! It really looks as if the branch was real, and so is the gift! Wonderful!

He IS Able,
Traci S.

Basement Stamper said...

Gorgeous holiday card, love the colors on it-the teal in that paper makes me want to create with teal every time.

Linda Carson said...

Quite lovely & festive! I did take a nap yesterday.....!

Makiko Jones said...

What a beautiful Christmas card! I love the colors you used for the present image! Pretty DPs too!

Inky Button said...

You matched the gift colors to your DP perfectly. I love how it looks like it's tucked under the tree. Beautiful choices of DP too. Wow!

 
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