Monday, May 24, 2010

KSS New Releases - Wedding Couple and Wedding Rings


Well, it's a great day in the Kitchen as you get a peek at two new wedding sets being released just in time for those upcoming summer weddings and for today only a 20% discount on all Kitchen Sink Stamps purchases with the use of promo code LYNN20KSS.


For my first card I have used Multi Step Wedding Couple which has 6 layers! Now don't let that scare you! I had a lot of fun with this.

The bride and groom stand 3 inches tall so this card is 5 inches by 7 inches.

I actually started with Layer 5 which has the hair, face, tiara, and bouquet details. Here is what I did. Using my blender pen (cleaning it carefully with each color change) and reinkers, I painted Memento Rose Bud on the blossoms, Memento Bamboo Leaves on the stems, Memento Potter's Clay for the groom's hair, Memento Desert Sand for the bride's hair and lips and the groom's lips, Memento Tuxedo Black for all the eyes, and Memento Dandelion for the bride's tiara. I then used my teardrop Memento London Fog pad to ink up the groom's suit. After all that inking, I huffed on the stamp just to be sure all the ink was moist before stamping.

Then the rest was easy peasy! I stamped:

Layer 6 using SU Basic Gray
Layer 4 using Memento Desert Sand
Layer 3 using Memento Desert Sand stamped off once
Layer 2 using Memento Angel Pink stamped off once
Layer 1 using Memento Desert Sand stamped off once just like Layer 3.  

One thing I did differently than usual is that I used a Q-tip to wipe the ink off of the tiara and bouquet before stamping Layers 4, 3, 2, and 1.

The only other ink I used was Stampin' Up Creamy Caramel to sponge the edges of all the layers and to brush the tops of the Cuttlebug embossing. The sentiment was stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black.

Stamps: Multi Step Wedding Couple by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Whisper White, Very Vanilla, Creamy Caramel, and Basic Black by Stampin' Up
Tools: Cuttlebug Victoria Embossing Folder, Nestabilities Labels 4. Creative Memories Oval Cutter
Embellishment: Antique Lace and Organdy Ribbon

 For my next card, I have used Multi Step Wedding Rings to create a wedding card for the son of friends.
This set comes with wedding rings in two sizes and tons of fabulous sentiments!!

Stamps: Multi Step Wedding Rings by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Pure Luxury White by Gina K Designs, Basic Black by Stampin' Up, and Rose Embossed White by the Paper Studio
Inks: Rings - Layer 4 SU Soft Suede stamped off once, Layer 3 SU Marigold Morning, Layer 2 SU Crushed Curry, and Layer 1 Color Box Metallic Gold stamped off once; Sentiment - Memento Tuxedo Black
Tools: Spellbinders Fancy Tags
Embellishment: Ribbon

Remember, if you wish to take advantage of the one day only 20% savings on all Kitchen Sink purchases, enter the store at the top of this post as usual, but enter LYNN20KSS at checkout (instead of the normal 10)!!

Be sure to check out what the rest of the Crew has created for you today using these great new sets!!


23 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards. Love the design paper on the second one.

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  2. oh, my, lynn, the couple stamps is amazing! i love how you framed the weddings rings on your second card--both are beautiful:)

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  3. These are both gorgeous wedding cards!

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  4. Beautiful cards! The antique lace trim accents your wedding card nicely, love the embossing on your second card.

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  5. Lynn this is just beautiful!! I LOVE how you added more color - the hair and flower - just wonderful!!! :)

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  6. Oh my Lynn...your first card is gorgeous. It looks like you stamped all those colors all six times, I was surprised you only did it once. Wow! And your second card is beautiful with the fancy swirls holding the ribbon.

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  7. I have been waiting for this day! I"ll have to finish checking hte ERPOM blogs before I head off to the KSS blogs! CAn't wait! Sorry I have been MIA!

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  8. Both cards are beautiful, Lynn! The added color detail you gave the couple is absolutely amazing!!!! I love your blender pen technique for adding spot color! Beautiful frame intwined with ribbon for the wedding rings.... awesome job! :)

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  9. Wonderful, Lynn! Love the elegant wedding cards.

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  10. What fab cards!! as usual, your images are done beautifully!! TFS!

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  11. Oh Lynn!! Both cards are amazing!! Love the pop of red on the flowers with the wedding couple, and the rings on the fancy tag is just perfect on the second card! WOW, my frend!! :)

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  12. Wow! Both cards are super gorgeous, Lynn!! I love the doily accents for the first card...beautiful detail!
    It's such a wonderful way to use the fancy label die for the second card... fabulous job!

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  13. Wow! They are both stunning!

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  14. OMG, what fabulous new stamps, Lynn and both cards showcase them beautifully!!! Such gorgeous designs and details.....awesome work, gf!!!

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  15. Beautiful! Love them both.

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  16. Beautiful cards! The second one is my favorite with all the textures going on!

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  17. Wow..I have a hard enough time stamping one image, but 6.... oh my!! Wonderful cards.

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  18. Wow, these wedding cards are just beautiful. Love that vintage look of the bride and groom. Wonderful textures and gorgeous details add to the elegance.

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  19. Wow Lynn! 6 layers is amazing!! You worked it out beautifully!!! Your cardmaking inspires me! Great job :)
    Maria

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  20. These are stunning! You did a beautiful job.

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  21. your creations are both fabulous, but I must admit my jaw actually dropped when I saw that rose embossed dp...wow...that is stunning and so perfect for your creation

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  22. Both of these are gorgeous! Great job Lynn

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