October 21, 2013

Kitchen Sink Stamps New Release and a Sale!

Happy Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday!  The wait is over, there's FIVE new sets available in the Kitchen today!  Before I share the details on the release, I wanted let you know there is a special sale for my blog readers simply click here or enter code LISA15 when shopping at Kitchen Sink Stamps, and you can save 15% on all your purchases, you'll also receive FREE Shipping when your order totals $65 or more! This special 15% off sale is only valid through October 22, 2013 Midnight PDT.  Don't worry, if you are reading this at a later date, you can always save 10% by clicking here.

The new Kitchen Sink Stamps are:
Multi Step Snowy Pine Trees
Multi Step Bicycle
Multi Step Rubber Ducky
Multi Step Tree Friends
Multi Step Things 4 Ducky & Teddy


The Bicycle set was requested by KSS DT Member Tammy, and the Rubber Ducky set was requested by KSS Customer SuperJen, as she was June Forum Giveaway Winner.  Tree Friends is a wonderful companion set to many of the KSS stamps, while the Multi Step Things 4 Ducky and Teddy set is a companion set to the Multi Step Rubber Ducky and Multi Step Teddy Bear Wishes.  And just when you think Multi Step Stamping couldn't get any better, Maria has made "cut files" for some of the stamp sets!

This card features the new Multi Step Bicycle set along with some of the new "cut files".


There's a number of ways to use "cut files" with your stamps, I found this the easiest route to take when using Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi Step Stamps.

Cut an offset of your image from card stock, remove that from your sticky mat, then cut the file from card stock that you want to stamp on.

Remove the excess card stock from your sticky mat, leaving the cut shape in place.

Adhere the offset panel over the panel on your sticky mat - stamp images as shown

Remove your stamped panel and adhere it to the offset panel

I did the same thing with the basket and flowers

I sponged around all the outer edges and popped up the basket and flowers

Details:
Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi Step Bicycle
Ink - Caramel, Chocolate, Artichoke, Olive, Mustard, Rust, Saffron, Mustard
Card Stock - Rust, Espresso, Vanilla
Other - Silhouette Cameo, Bo Bunny pattern paper, Dimensionals, Vintage Brown Seam Binding Kitchen Sink Stamps Bicycle SVG, Ink Blending Tool

Color Recipe:
Bicycle - # 3 Chocolate, #2 Caramel, #1 Caramel, #4 Chocolate
Basket - #3 Chocolate, #2 Caramel, #1 Caramel
Flowers - #2 Mustard, #1 Saffron, #3 Olive, #4 Artichoke, #5 Rust

Inspired by the Mojo Monday Sketch, I created this next card using Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi Step Multi Step Trees, Ready 4 Any Holiday and the new Multi Step Tree Friends stamp set.

Details:
Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi Step Trees, Multi Step Tree Friends
Ink - Olive, Chocolate, Caramel, Rust, Saffron, Pumpkin, Blue, Black
Card Stock - Vanilla, Espresso, Pumpkin
Other - Bo Bunny pattern paper, Dimensionals, Glue Dots, Vintage Brown Seam Binding, Scallop Punch, Ink Blending Tool, Spellbinders Circle Dies, Big Shot, Button, Twine

Color Recipe:
Tree - #3 Rust, #2 Pumpkin stamp off, #1 Saffron stamp off
Trunk - #2 Chocolate, #1 Caramel, #3 Caramel
Tire - Black
Grass - Olive
Bench - Chocolate
Birds - Grey stamp off
Sky - sponge Blue ink around a scallop edge

Thanks so much for stopping by, for more Kitchen Sink Stamps inspiration, be sure to visit the other Design Team Members:
 Connie • Julie (on hiatus) • Lynn • Maria * Tammy

Have a wonderful week!

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7 comments :

Desire Fourie said...

Beautiful creations Lisa. Love the autumn vintage feel to both of them.
Hugs
Desíre
{Doing Life – my personal blog}

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Love these 2 cards....the bike is fab, wanna go for a ride? and the additions to the trees are such a fun idea.

Kitchen Sink Stamps said...

Beautiful cards Lisa! Thanks for sharing how you multi step with die cuts ... great technique!

With your 2nd card: I've got to know... are the clouds pattern paper ... or did you stamp/sponge them? You are already a genius in my book, but if you are stamping on dp ... you're super a genius! Gorgeous!

Lynn McAuley said...

Fabulous designs, Lisa! I got my Silhouette last week but haven't had the chance to get it out of the box yet. Thanks for these sensational directions. I WILL be giving this a try.

Tammy Hershberger said...

Great designs, Lisa! I love how you created a mat for the bicycle, and the tree card is fantastic! I like how you made it a "miss you" with the empty bench, and your clouds in the sky look fabulous!

Basement Stamper said...

gorgeous fall cards, love the pop of yellow flowers in the basket.

Connie M. said...

What beautiful card, Lisa! LOVE your tutorial too! :)

 
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