Monday, February 9, 2009

He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not

The Crew at Kitchen Sink Stamps is excited today to have Connie who is currently Guest Designer present this week's challenge.

Connie's challenge is entitled "He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not" and requires that we use one of the fabulous floral sets from Kitchen Sink Stamps to create a Valentine. The twist is that no red or pink are allowed!

As you can see, I chose to use the 3 Step Pansy. I decided today to add a little dimension and texture to my blossom. I stamped the complete pansy twice. The first pansy I cut out the entire blossom. The second pansy, I cut out only from layer two up. I then distressed and inked the edges before layering them on top of each other.



The card front is 5 1/2 inches square.

Join us in today's challenge and link your card to our Paper Craft Planet group page! Be sure to include the tag KSCC#7. And while you're at it, link it to the What's Cook'n with Your Kitchen Sink Stamps Contest over at Kitchen Sink where prizes are to be had for the lucky winners!

Stamps: 3 Step Pansy and Love Birds by Kitchen Sink Stamps

Papers: White by Papertrey, Almost Amethyst and Lavender Lace by Stampin' Up

Inks: Almost Amethyst, Lovely Lilac, So Saffron, Kiwi Kiss, and True Thyme by Stampin' Up

Embellishments: Rhinestone, Ribbon, and clear atyouSpica

Tools: Nestabilities and Bird and Vine Cuttlebug embossing folder.

Thanks, Connie, for this fun challenge!

Be sure to check on the unique Valentine's created by the entire KSS Crew today:

9 comments:

  1. beautiful Lynn!! I really like the cuttlebug background with the heart and pansy. Fab photo the detail is lovely!!

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  2. Oh Lynn!! This is just sooo amazing! I love the dimension to your flower...WOW!! :)

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  3. great job Lynn, love the pansy in the heart!

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  4. Beautiful Lynn! What a great technique and gorgeous card!

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  5. Wow Lynn - that's such a pretty thing you did to the pansy!! - it looks just beautiful!! :)

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  6. This is fabulous, Lynn! Thanks for sharing how you got that great dimensional look for the pansy image.

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  7. Look at you gettin' all fancy with the close-ups! I love the way you layered the pansy. Purple was a great color for this card too. Great card!

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  8. So pretty Lynn! I think you are right... we both were thinking purple pansies ... BUT I sure do LOVE how you added texture and dimension to your pansies ... the tiny curl of the edges give a great look! I'll have to give that a try! :D

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