Monday, March 12, 2012

KSS 10 Minute Card Challenge - Dog-eared Design

As quite often happens, this CAS dog-eared design came to me in my sleep. I started with a 3 x 3 inch square of double-sided designer paper. I then turned down one corner and secured it with my favorite glue, Tombow Mono Multi. I clipped a clothespin on it and set it aside to dry. I then stamped my Kitchen Sink images on the card front and a tiny sentiment on a one inch circle. I sponged ink on the edge of the circle. After removing the clothespin, I added the sentiment with a pop dot and the card was complete.

If you are keeping track and/or playing along with the 10 Minute Challenge, this is #63 and the keyword for loading to the KSS Gallery is 10MC63.


Stamps: Multi Step Bluebonnets and Never a Loss 4 Words by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Paper: Gina K Designs Pure Luxury White and Pattern Packs III by Stampin' Up
Inks: Night of Navy, Pacific Point, So Saffron, and Old Olive by Stampin' Up


Stamps: Multi Step Ivy and Never a Loss 4 Words by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Paper: Gina K Designs Pure Luxury White and Pattern Packs III by Stampin' Up
Inks: Sage Shadow and Old Olive by Stampin' Up


Stamps: Multi Step Berries and Never a Loss 4 Words by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Paper: Gina K Designs Pure Luxury White and Pattern Packs III by Stampin' Up
Inks: Riding Hood Red, Cherry Cobbler, and Old Olive by Stampin' Up


Stamps: Multi Step Texas Longhorn by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Paper: Gina K Designs Pure Luxury White and Pattern Packs III by Stampin' Up
Inks: Really Rust by Stampin' Up

I created this final one to include in SCS's Clean and Simple Challenge #161 - White with Shades of Blue


Stamps: Multi Step Bluebonnets and Never a Loss 4 Words by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Paper: Gina K Designs Pure Luxury White and Pattern Packs III by Stampin' Up
Inks: Night of Navy and Pacific Point by Stampin' Up


Thanks for checking in on the challenge today!

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14 comments:

  1. Absolutely wonderful Lynn! I love, the design and the images and papers you used are fabulous combos. I might have to give this design a try!

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  2. So glad to see Lynn that someone else dreams waxky things in their sleep. What a beaut idea you produced this time. Funny, I have been cutting envelpoes up to get a similar look for one of my projects.
    I love the first one of your cards bluebonnets are from Texas, aren't they?

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  3. wow, what gorgeous cards and awesome design.

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  4. WOW! LOVE the dog ear design! Thoughts like this also come to me when I'm asleep! LOL!
    WONDERFUL cards - love the one with the bluebonnets - and we're starting to see some of those around here now!
    All are so pretty.
    Lynn

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  5. Lovely cards! I really like that dog-ear technique. The images really look like they are hiding behind that little square!

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  6. Lynn, this is a brilliant design! Sure wish I had your dreams -- definitely am going to have to case this one!

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  7. Oh LYnn, each one is just gorgeous!! I love your work! HOw neat to see it in different forms - and love the Texas one :)

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  8. This 10 minutes card design is so fun! Each of the cards are so beautiful! Love the folded corner!

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  9. What fabulous cards, Lynn!!!! I just love the dog-eared design with all those beautiful stamps...I loooove the bluebonnet set!!!! In fact, I saw a bunch of them in a friends yard the other day...ya know it's spring in Texas when you see a few of those blue beauties!!!

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  10. Wonderful cards Lynn. I like how you show cased both sides of the papers. Sometimes it hard to decide which side to use.

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  11. What a cute design! These are all great!

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  12. Another wonderful 10 min Card idea Lynn, it looks fabulous with those floral images.

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  13. How delightful!! You come up with grand ideas!

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  14. fabulous CAS and yet dramatic and beautiful crations....kudos, Lynn

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