Monday, September 20, 2010

KSS Sponsors CPS Sketch 185


This week Kitchen Sink is sponsoring Card Positioning System Sketch 185 which means someone will be winning some fabulous Kitchen Sink merchandise! If you join in on the fun, it could be you!!


I chose to use Kitchen Sink's new release, Multi Step Ivy. Hope you like my take on the challenge!
Stamps: Multi Step Ivy and 3 Step Daisy by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: SU Pear Pizzazz, SU Whisper White, SU Always Artichoke
Inks: Ivy Layers: 3 SU Old Olive, 2 SU Old Olive stamped off once, 
1 SU Pear Pizzazz stamped off once, 4 SU Always Artichoke,
Sentiment: Memento Bamboo Leaves
Tools: Cuttlebug Embossing Folder, SU Edge Punch, Dimensionals
Embellishments: Rhinestones, Ribbon, Crystal Dragonfly

Head on over and see what the rest of the crew has created with this fun sketch!!

There is still time to register for Kitchen Sink Multi Step Stamping Texas Style in Houston, Texas on October 8 & 9. The owner and creator of Kitchen Sink Stamps, Maria Colosimo, will be leading the instruction!! What a treat to learn at the hand of the master!! Don't miss this once in a lifetime opportunity!

Remember, too, that you have until Friday, September 24 to enter the Kitchen Sink Crew Challenge #27!! Three lucky winners who use their Kitchen Sink Stamps to create a fall card, will win Kitchen Sink stamps!

19 comments:

  1. Beautiful card. The ivy looks positively real.

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  2. Gorgeous! I love the rhinestones on the ribbon...nice touch!

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  3. Beautiful use of the ivy, the embossing folder looks wonderful behind the ivy, as well as the punch you used.

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  4. This is just oh so beautiful, Lynn!! I just LOVE the ivy panels...wow!!

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  5. I love all the refreshing green colors on your beautiful card today! All those leaves look wonderful and I love the punched borders! I may have to order that punch next :)

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  6. That crystal butterfly is adorable!! I love this card....that ivy is magnificent!!

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  7. Beautiful card, the ivy is amazing and bling is always in :) Love it.

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  8. Beautiful greens and beautiful ivy.

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  9. This is so beautiful, Lynn! I love you designed the borders with the ivy...look fantastic!!

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  10. Beautiful and serene Lynn! Beautiful green combination and lovely detail ... love the tiny dragon fly! Awesome job on the sketch!

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  11. a natural beauty....lovin the greens

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  12. Lynn this is just a beautiful card! The rows of ivy with the beautiful border and the cut-out leaves - just gorgeous!! :)

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  13. You did an awesome job with this card!

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  14. What a gorgeous card, Lynn...the ivy looks positively STUNNING!!!! This is a great sketch, too...hope to play later in the week!!!

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  15. Just gorgeous! The ivy looks so realistic and I love the embossed background for added texture. That itty bitty dragonfly is the perfect touch! :)

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  16. This is very pretty! I just love all the ivy leaves...they look so real! Great job with CPS 185!!

    ♥♥♥Lea

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  17. Great sketch! Love the vinca vines!

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  18. You will be glad to know that I used my gift certificate yesterday...I got the squirrel set and the christmas light set. I was hesitant on the squirrel since now I have the MFP squirrel. But it's such a darling set with really fun leaves!!

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  19. Thank you for your comment on my blog on my Royal Leaves for the stripes challenge. It's fun looking at your site. Lots of great cards on here.

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