August 29, 2011

Thanks Berry Much

Happy Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday, thanks for stopping by today!  I hope those of you on the East Coast  are doing well after Hurricane Irene passed through and that you have no damage to your houses.  This week I went for more of a CAS (well for me anyway) design, trying to keep my card to 10 minutes.  Well lets just say it felt more like 10 hours!  I ended up stamping the strawberry panel several times, either I'd end up with ink on my fingers or ink on the acrylic block that ended up where it wasn't supposed to be!


Details:
Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi Step Berries
Ink - Red, Ruby Red, Red Riding Hood, Olive, Garden Green, Black
Card Stock - Black, Vanilla, Red
Other - October Afternoon Pattern Paper, Prima Gems, SAMJ, Dimensionals

Color Recipe:
Strawberries - #3 Ruby, #2 Red, #1 Red stamp off, #4 Red Riding Hood
Stem - #2 Olive, #1 Olive stamp off, #3 Garden Green
Leaves #2 Olive, #1 Olive Stamp off, #3 Garden Green

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Have a creative week!

10 comments :

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Worth the effort, berry beautiful, as always!

TenSGal said...

Very pretty, Lisa! The CAS approach almost always takes me more time than those with tons of layers and stuff! LOL!!!

Lynn McAuley said...

Beautiful masking with these gorgeous berries, Lisa! Love these delicate papers for your wonderful design!

I'm with you on the smudges! I had to trim a few with the paper cutter myself today.

Basement Stamper said...

10 minute card in 10 hours huh? LOL
Love these strawberries, really remind me of summer time. BTW-caved and bought some new paper pads ;-)

Julie Masse said...

So pretty! I love the gingham with the berries - perfect pair!! :)

Linda Carson said...

Every 10 minute card takes 10 hours! Been there, done that! This card turned out lucious though!

Suzanne C said...

Beautiful delicious looking berries and perfect papers to showcase them!

Rose said...

Love the gingham and those luscious looking strawberries, beautiful work.

Connie M. said...

Oh Lisa! Your strawberries look sooo yummy! What a fun card!

Makiko Jones said...

What a pleasant and fresh looking card Lisa!! Your strawberries are always so *berry* pretty!

 
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