Monday, March 15, 2010

The Hunt Continues.......


As we continue the Paper Temptress/Kitchen Sink Treasure Hunt for the Pot of Gold Giveaway, today the members of the Kitchen Sink Crew are all creating cards and projects for you using beautiful papers from the Paper Temptress St. Patty's KSS Package as well as images from Multi Step Shamrocks & Clover by Kitchen Sink Stamps. At some of the stops, you will find the clues you are looking for to solve the puzzle, at some you will not.

I hope you just happen to have your note pad handy because you will want to add to it "a wish" which is one of today's clues.

My card was created using Paper Temptress' Neenah Green as my card base, and I used my heart Nestabilities to cut 4 hearts from Spring Green Classic Columns(also from Paper Temptress) to create the 4-leaf-clover.

I used a mix of Kitchen Sink images to create the background design. The 4-leaf-clovers are from Kitchen Sink's newly released Multi Step Shamrocks & Clover which is part of the Treasure Hunt prize! All the words both on the cardfront and the clover leaf are from Multi Step Hanukkah by Kitchen Sink. The tiny dotted heart is from Kitchen Sink's Mix It Up!

Stamps: Multi Step Shamrocks & Clover, Multi Step Hanukkah, and Mix It Up! by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Neenah Green and Spring Green Classic Columns from Paper Temptress
Inks: Shamrocks - Layer 1 - Memento Cottage Ivy, Layer 3 - SU Handsome Hunter, love & laughter in the background - Memento New Sprout, tiny hearts - SU Certainly Celery, Sentiment on Clover - Memento Tuxedo Black
Tools: heart Nestabilities
Embellishments: Ribbon, dimensionals, and rhinestone

Remember, you will be searching for clues to a puzzle at each blog along the way. Not all the stops will have a clue, but by March 19, if you have searched carefully, you will have collected all the pieces to the puzzle.

To enter for a chance to win a Special St. Patty's KSS Green Package from Paper Temptress as well as Kitchen Sink Stamps' newly released Multi Step Shamrocks & Clover and two Memento Dew Drops, just assemble the pieces into a St. Patrick's phrase and email it to Patricia at patricia@papertemptress.com before midnight, March 24th.

For additional details, drop by Patricia's Paper Temptress Blog!

There are more clues to be found today so be sure you visit the entire Kitchen Sink Crew!!


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16 comments:

  1. This is so pretty, Lynn! I love how you stamped the background and the shamrock with the words! Beautifully done!

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  2. Very pretty card Lynn! That background you created is a wonderful mix of stamps! And the clover is just the perfect touch!! :)

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  3. Love how you stamped on the leaves of your shamrock. This is a really cute card. Love the background you created.

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  4. This is so cute and I just love how you stamped the sentiment on the four leaf clover. So creative.

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  5. I love how you made the clover with the heart nesties - beautiful card!

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  6. I love how you created your own background paper.

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  7. Wow Lynn.....this is so pretty....I love it.....thank you for sharing with us this awesome creation...

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  8. Love how you used the sentiments on the larger clover you created! Thanks so much for the wonderful Lilac Birthday card you sent, that was very thoughtful of you and much appreciated!

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  9. I love your card .. I "cased" it ... hope you don't mind.

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  10. great job! Love it!! I was so happy to hear that paper temptress and kitchen sink stamps have paired up with each other!!

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  11. Lynn, this is fantastic! Love the heart clover! Love your stamped dp! Great looking card!

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  12. Nice, Lynn! I love how you used the petals of the shamrock to stamp your words.
    Evette Rice

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  13. Wonderful card, love how you made your shamrock from hearts!

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  14. I love all your ST. Patrick's Day cards!

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  15. Very pretty. Love how you did the shamrock.

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