Monday, March 14, 2011

10 Minute Monday - Kitchen Sink Stamps

The recipe for this week's 10 minute card is to stamp your Kitchen Sink images directly on the card front. Then cut a small panel , punch the top edge, and stamp a sentiment on it before affixing it to the card front.

I hope you will play along and add your 10 minute creations to the Kitchen Sink Gallery. Be sure to use keyword 10MC11.

Stamps: Multi Step Cowboy Boots by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Kraft, Soft Suede, and Early Espresso by Stampin' Up
Ink: Boots - 4 SU Soft Suede, 3 SU Soft Suede stamped off once
2 SU Soft Suede stamped off once, 1 SU Soft Suede stamped off twice
5 SU Early Espresso; Sentiment - SU Early Espresso
Tool: EK Success Star Punch

Stamps: Multi Step Bluebonnets and Words of Love by Kitchen Sink Samps
Papers: Snowstorm by Mark's Finest Papers, Basic Black by Stampin' Up
Inks: Bluebonnets - 4 SU Pacific Point, 3 SU Marina Mist, 2 SU Bashful Blue
1 SU Daffodil Delight on tip of blossoms only and stamped off once
Sentiment - Brilliance Platinum Planet
Tool: EK Success Edge Punch

Stamps: Multi Step Giant Sunflower and Simple Sentiments by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Barely Banana and Certainly Celery by Stampin' Up
Inks: Sunflower - 3 SU Peach Parfait, 2 SU Delightful Daffodil, 1 SU Delightful Daffodil,
4 SU Soft Suede, 5 SU Early Espresso
Tool: EK Success Edge Punch

Stamps: 3 Step Get Well Teddy by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Paper: Pink Pirouette and Rose Red by Stampin' Up
Ink: Carnation - 2 SU Melon Mambo, 1 SU Pixie Pink, 3 SU Rich Razzleberry
Stems - 1 SU Old Olive, 2 SU Always Artichoke
Sentiment - SU Rich Razzleberry
Tool - EK Success Edge Punch

The entire Kitchen Sink Crew has been busy preparing beautiful new samples to share with you today. Be sure you drop in on them to be inspired!

17 comments:

  1. HI Lynn. These are all terrific cards.
    I like the last one with the flowers that look so real I want to reach out and touch them.

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  2. Lynn, your cards are just so beautiful and think my credit card is convinced after seeing these, that I need to order again from Kitchen Sink. Love these! Have a great Monday.

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  3. Fabulous cards Lynn. I love how the "thinking of you" card looks like the flowers are in a planter. Really lovely.

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  4. obbviously, I do not have enough stamp time in my week! but I will reallllllly try to get thsi 10 min challenge accomplished...as soon as I get my exercsing in!

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  5. I love every single one of these cards! I really do! You are so good with these stamps and making them so beautiful!

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  6. These are beautiful Lynn!! What a great technique for a card - you make it look so easy!! :)

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  7. Beautiful cards Lynn. Love how you used the punches.

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  8. Oh Lynn!! You do clean and simple perfectly!! These are all so amazing! WOW!!

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  9. All are just great! Of course, I love the boots and bluebonnets the very best-est! Awesome cards.
    Lynn

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  10. Wonderful CAS design, lovely cards!

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  11. Wow Lynn, you've been busy!! Those CAS cards are absolutely fabulous! Love the layout and each border accent!

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  12. I echo Maki's opening comment...YOU SURELY HAVE BEEN BUSY.....and with such lovely results

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  13. These are all gorgeous Lynn, I can see I am going to have to invest in some of these gorgeous border punches.

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  14. Your 10 minute cards are lovely...I must give it a try sometime!

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  15. WOW you are getting so creative with these 10 minute cards! Great job!

    Jenn

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  16. Beautiful cards Lynn! I love your flower cards. The boots one remind me of my boys... they love to put on mommy and daddy's boots. lol

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  17. your flowers are darling, and the first card is my fav of the bunch--just love that one esp.!

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