Aren’t these little guys cute (Kitchen Sink Stamps)? Love at first sight perhaps? Either way, I love how you can create scenes with the chicks and egg. Makes for cute cards and projects. Thanks for looking!
This card is a spin off of the Sketch Challenge 195 (SC195) over at SCS. I used Holy Triptych for the image, Playful Christmas for the background stars, and Mona Lisa Moments for the sentiment. I colored the three wise men with Copics and then cut them out. I thought it matched well with the specialty paper, which is slightly embossed. Thanks for looking!
Stamps – Holy Triptych (Stampin’ Up!), Playful Christmas (Kitchen Sink Stamps), Mona Lisa Moments (Cornish Heritage Farms)
Accessories – Oregon Rain Drops, Copics, satin ribbon, specialty paper
I just had to try a card with this sweet little bear. It’s another one of the 3-Step stamps from Kitchen Sink and it’s the same ingenious method as the other 3-Step stamps. I used Kraft card stock as my background paper and stamped a few flowers and stems, sewed the border, and distressed the edges. The bear was stamped using Creamy Caramel, Close to Cocoa & Chocolate Chip (SU ink). I colored the bandages in with a Copic marker, Cool Gray 1 (C1) to make them stand out a little. I had no one in mind when I made this, so if some poor soul should come along and need it, I’m ready!
Stamps – 3-Step Teddy (Kitchen Sink Stamps)
Accessories – Janome Sew Mini, Copic marker
I love these stamps by Kodomo! I haven’t tried their stamps before and while I’m sure the rubber stamps are good, the clear ones are poor quality. I knew I was taking a chance with these, but they were so pretty I just had to give them a try. Also, not all clear stamps are the same…there are high quality clear stamps (quality photopolymer), like PaperTrey, Kitchen Sink Stamps, Verve, and the list goes on. These, however, are cheap and don’t ink well. That being said, they do emboss okay and so that’s what I did with this card. If you click the second photo it shows the gold iridescent sparkle it has. It’s really pretty in person.
I needed a get well card for my mother who just had minor surgery. Problem is she healed so quickly that I didn’t even mail it to her! How you like those beans? I used some thick mulberry paper, the kind you use for tear bears and then paper pierced the outline of it. The background lanterns are from Far East (Lizzie Anne Designs) and the sentiment is Get Well Teddy (Kitchen Sink Stamps). I will probably give it to her anyway since I doubt I would need another Asian themed get well card! LOL!
Stamps – Chinese Fashion (Kodomo), Far East (LAD), Get Well Teddy (Kitchen Sink)
Accessories – Gold EP, Mulberry paper, Cream card base & Aqua Mist (PaperTrey), River Rock (SU), K&Co Specialty Pack, gold embroidery thread, versamark (for the lanterns)
Who doesn’t love hot fudge with their ice cream? I had this idea for awhile and finally was able to give it a try. It took me a few tries before I was able to get it to come together. I used 3 different stamp sets from Kitchen Sink Stamps to create this look. The cone is from Playful Christmas, the ice cream is from 3 Step Hydrangeas, and the large circle background is from Pretty Petals. I added micro beads and Dazzling Diamonds to the fudge, which you can see if you click the close up. I know the idea of green ice cream is kind of crazy, but I liked it!
Stamps – Playful Christmas, 3 Step Hydrangeas, Pretty Petals (all Kitchen Sink Stamps)
Accessories – DCWV Baby Girl Nursery DP, satin ribbon, Oregon Rain Drops, micro beads, dazzling diamonds, Wild Wasbi & Chocolate Chip ink & Copics
Here is another card using Kitchen Sink Stamps called Pretty Petals. I stamped the petals into a flower shape and then stamped another set and cut them out. I overlapped the petals and curled the edges. I also used the leaf stamp to make the border on the card base. From there I added a few layers (cut with Nestabilites) to the flower. I used Cool Carribean, Close to Cocoa and Chocolate Chip (all Stampin Up).
Another card using these gorgeous stamps by Kitchen Sink. I used Soft Sky, Blue Bayou and Gray ink for the flowers. This is a pretty simple card with several layers of card stock and white organza ribbon. I did add some pieces with a foam dimensional to give it some interest. Thanks for looking!