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July 25, 2011

Heirloom Tomato Seed Packet

Happy Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday, thanks for stopping by today, I hope you had a great weekend!How's your garden growing?  Thanks to our DS we have already had fresh tomatoes from the garden, and I can't wait until they start coming in by the bushel basket full!  I'm looking forward to making some homemade salsa and BLT sandwiches! 

Taking inspiration from an old seed packet  - I created my own (here's a rough draft of my pattern) from Olive Card Stock, stamping images from the Kitchen Sink Stamps Seed Packet in Black, sponging the edges in Ranger Walnut Stain Distress Ink.  To finish off my seed packet, I added images from the Multi Step Tomato set.
Card Stock - 7" x 5-1/2" - on the 7" side score at 3-1/4" and 6-1/2"; on the 5-1/2" side score a 1/2" at the top and a 1/2" at the bottom.  You'll trim off the excess parts, then adhere with Scor-Tape.


Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi Step Seed Packet, Multi Step Tomato
Ink - Ranger Black Archival, Ranger Walnut Distress Ink, Momento Lady Bug, Rhubarb, Bamboo Leaves, Pear Tart, Cottage Ivy
Card Stock - Olive, White, Black
Other - Scor-Pal, Ink Blending Tool, SAMJ, The Sticky Thumb Tape

Color Recipe:
Tomato - #3 Lady Bug, #2 Lady Bug stamp off, #1 Rhubarb stamp off, #4 Lady Bug
Stem - #2 Bamboo Leaves, #1 Pear Tart, #3 Cottage Ivy

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Have a creative week!


Gerrie Johnnic said...

Yummy seed pkt, and you designed it! How cool is that....do you say tomato or tomatoe...

1CardCreator said...

Love your seed packet, envy your tomatoes! This is the 1st year we have not planted a garden in 28 years, I already miss it!

Lynn McAuley said...

How awesome is that!! I love your fabulous tomato seed packet, Lisa!! What remarkable work!

Wish I had the skill and patience to grow a garden!!

Terry said...

Now how brilliant is this! Love the seed packet and that delicious tomatoe would go so nicely with my cucumber! Wonderful design!

Anonymous said...

Very neat! I LOVE the seed packet!! It looks so official and vintagey. (Is that a word?) I just might have to try it out for myself. :D Thanks for sharing!

Gez Butterworth said...

Wow! Very clever.xx

Connie M. said...

Oh how fun, Lisa! Love the seed packet, and the colors on your tomato are just wonderful!!

Suzanne C said...

So detailed and realistic tomato! Love your seed packet.

Unknown said...

What a great looking packet! Your tomatoes look delish too!! :)

Unknown said...

Fantastic job on the seed packet Lisa! I love how you designed using those images! Tomato looks so juicy!!

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