Monday, September 28, 2009

Autumn Fun with Kitchen Sink Stamps


Had fun today playing mix and match with my Kitchen Sink Stamps! I started by stamping the tree from Multi Step Owl & Autumn Moon in Rich Cocoa on Bashful Blue card stock by Stampin' Up. After stamping the first layer of leaves in Dandelion Memento and the second layer in Tangelo, I added some Yellow and Orange Peel Stickles for a little bling.

Just had to throw in my wood plank and wrought iron fence for all our Georgia stampers!! I thought it would look great as a backdrop for these delightful KSS jack-o-lanterns. Thank you, ladies, for the wonderful experience of stamping with you! It was a remarkable day that I will never forget! You can read all about it on Maria's blog.

The fence was created using my EK Success punch and the third layer of the baseball bat from 3 Step Baseball stamped in Rich Cocoa Memento ink on Close to Cocoa card stock from Stampin' Up. The punched top was inked with Versafine Onyx Black.

The jack-o-lanterns are from Multi Step Pumpkins stamped in this order on white Georgia Pacific card stock:

Layer 2: Tangelo stamped off once
Layer 3: Tangelo
Layer 1: Cantaloupe
Layer 4: Potter's Clay stamped off once
Layer 5: Potter's Clay

Face Layer 1: Paris Dusk
Face Layer 2: Versafine Onyx Black

I then added the stems and cut out the pumpkins mounting them on dimensionals to the front of the fence.

I printed the Beware of Ghosts sign on my computer, punched it out, and sponged the edges with Desert Sand.

Stamps: Multi Step Owl & Autumn Moon, Multi Step Pumpkin, and 3 Step Baseball by Kitchen Sink Stamps

Papers: Bashful Blue, Pumpkin Pie, Close to Cocoa, and Basic Black by Stampin' Up, white Georgia Pacific card stock

Inks: Cantaloupe, Tangelo, Potter's Clay, Desert Sand, Rich Cocoa, Paris Dusk, Dandelion, Bamboo Leaves, and Cottage Ivy by Memento, Versafine Onyx Black

Embellishment: Gold pearls, Yellow and Orange Peel Stickles, Dimensionals

Tools: EK Success and Stampin' Up Punches

And this little card was created for the EjoyVC4 Challenge on Trish's Encourage Joy Blog. The rules were use 3 circular embellishments, two different designer papers, one ribbon, and no sentiment.

Stamps: Multi Step Pumpkins
Papers: Certainly Celery, Wild Wasabi, Pumpkin Pie, and Whisper White by Stampin' Up, designer papers from the Lime Rickey series by BasicGrey
Inks: Cantelope, Tangelo, Potter's Clay, New Sprout, Banboo Leaves and Cottage Ivy by Memento
Embellishments: Rhinestones and Ribbon

Check out the rest of the delightful samples from the Kitchen Sink Crew.

Lisa**Makiko**Connie**Dee

Angela**
Maria**Lori**Julie

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22 comments:

  1. I'm marveling over how you created the fence with the bat stamp!!! What a fantastic idea and incredible look!! The pumpkins are fantastic and your card is awesome!!

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  2. Love that fence you created with the Bat stamp. The tree looks wonderul peeking above the fence.

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  3. This is fabulous Lynn! I was working with this set and thought about that cool fence you showed at the KSS event. This is exactly what I had thought to do on my card:) I'm glad I didn't try it cause this would have blown my card out of the water!! :) I love this!!

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  4. Oh my goodness!! How clever are you, Lynn!!! Your wooden fence is just AMAZING GF!!! I would have never thought of that! I don't have that set, but if I did you better believe I would case this!!

    Love your scene and pumpkins too!! Very fun!!

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  5. This is a gorgeous layout and design Lynn!! Just love the wood look you used that reminds me so much of a fence!! Gorgeous coloring!! What an awesome fall card!!

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  6. This card is so cool! That fence made from that punch is awesome and the pumpkins are unbelieveable! I thought they were stickers, but then I read your post...They are that perfect...Just crazy great Lynn!

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  7. I love your fence!! Putting the punches on top is clever!! Great card!

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  8. So cool Lynn!! The bats for the fence is pure genius!! LOVE it!! :)

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  9. This so creative, fun and beautiful, Lynn!! Love the look of the pumpkins and the fence!!

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  10. What a stunning card. I am in awe. You have included so many different elements, but made them all work together perfectly. I love it!

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  11. Beautiful work, Lynn! You are awesome with details on your projects! Blessings to you!

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  12. your pumpkins are adorable! very creative fence!

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  13. Thud.... amazing work. You created a fabulous scene. This card is perfection!

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  14. Wow--the fence you made using the bat stamp is fabulous! Way to think out of the box!

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  15. Your fence is really AWESOME, Lynn, and I love how you stamped the branch on the blue!!! The punpkins are sooo gorgeous, too!!!! You really do fabulous things with those KS stamps, gf!!!!

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  16. Such warm and inviting pumpkins you have created! I love that it looks like they're sittin' in front of the fence ready for the trick-or-treaters. Wow!

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  17. Lynn, your pumpkin cards are wonderful! I am still just in awe the way you use the baseball bat to make your fence! So creative! Love your color combo for both cards! Fabulous job! :)

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  18. Wondeful work Lynn, really enjoyed looking round.

    B x

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  19. Great card. Thanks so much for playing my challenge!!!

    I love the embellishments. Great cute colors and corners. I like all the clean empty space too.

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