Monday, May 18, 2009

Kitchen Sink Monday!


Kitchen Sink Monday has rolled around again, and I had fun mixing a few of my favorite KSS sets together to create today's card.

I thought the glass bowl from 3 Step Bitty Tulip Bouquet would look great holding lilies as well.

In order to create this look, I stamped the lilies first. I then laid a post-it note over the top part of the flowers to sponge on a table top to show through the glass bowl. Then I was ready to add the bowl. To get the glassy surface, I created a reverse mask of the bowl and covered the area with Versamark. Clear embossing powder was added, and I turned on the heat gun! I then dipped it back into my tub of embossing powder for another coat and another and another. I think I ended up with five coats to get this thick glossy finish heating thoroughly and redipping after each layer before it could dry.

Hope you like the look!!

Stamps: 3 Step Bitty Tulip Bouquet, Multi Step Lilies, Never a Loss 4 Words by Kitchen Sink Stamps

Papers: Basic Gray, Pumpkin Pie, Tangerine Tango, and US White by Stampin' Up, Ambrosia by BasicGrey

Inks: Marigold Morning, Tangerine Tango, Purely Pomegranate, Bravo Burgundy, Wild Wasabi, Sahara Sand, Going Grey, and Basic Gray by Stampin' Up, Versamark

Embellishments: Ribbon, Dew Drops, Clear Embossing Powder

Tools: Dimple Corner Punch by Marvy, Sponge

Don't forget when you are ordering Kitchen Sink Stamps, be sure to use discount code LYNN10KSS for a 10% discount on your order.

Also be sure to drop in on the rest of the Kitchen Sink Crew today to see the wonderful projects they have to share with you!!

**Julie**Lori**Connie**Angela**

**Makiko**Lisa**Maria**Tammy**

Time has not run out on your chance to win some fabulous prizes in Kitchen Sink Crew Challenge #13, but it will soon! Friday, May 22 is the deadline. Three talented and lucky stampers will win.

1st Prize - $50 KSS Shopping Spree
2nd Prize - Large KSS set of your choice
3rd Prize - Small KSS set of your choice

All winners are chosen by a random number generator.




20 comments:

  1. thanks for stopping by my blog......I luv this card it really looks like water in the bowl, fabulous! *~*

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  2. Beautiful colors Lynn - love the embossing to resemble water!

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  3. So beautiful, Lynn! I love how you did the water bowl and made the table with masking technique!!
    The papers are just perfect with the colors of the lilies. TFS~

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  4. This is stunning, Lynn!! Love how you combined this bowl from the tulip set with these lilies!! Love the "water" too!!

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  5. This is beautiful, I love the rich colors of this card, love the dp. and the water effect is a nice touch.

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  6. love that it actually looks like water!

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  7. This is just beautiful! I love the vase. Thanks for the kind words on my blog. :)

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  8. Lynn, I love how you created the look of glass, and the tabletop too. I was never much of an orange person, but I recenly made a couple of cards using bright orange. I love the vibrant color you chose, so pretty.

    Thanks too, Lynn, for the really glowing comments you left on my blog, made my heart sing. Thanks so much.

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  9. Truly a beautiful card Lynn! I love that bowl - it's perfect with the lilies and the CE makes is pop!! :)

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  10. What's not to love? The DP is fabulous and you're totally right...the lilies DO look amazing in that vase. Beautiful!

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  11. Beautiful Tiger Lilies Lynn! .... BUT, the look of the table top and glass bowl is absolutely amazing!!!! Thank you for sharing your technique! The DP makes the perfect back drop for a beautiful masterpiece!!!

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  12. The lilies look fabulous in the glass bowl, Lynn! And thanks for sharing how you got the glossy look for the bowl--I'll have to give that a try.

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  13. Beautiful card, Lynn! The colors of your lilies match the Ambrosia paper perfectly, and I love the shine on your vase!

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  14. Beautiful! I love the sunny colours

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  15. I love this, your flowers are beautiful and I love your shiny vase.

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  16. Beautiful card, love the crystal effects for the water bowl. Nicely done!

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  17. love your card.

    M.E. aka CMCMaryD@SCS

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  18. This is so lovely. Everything from the color to the water bowl. Awesome.

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