Monday, April 2, 2012

Clay Pots on the Patio - KSS 10 Minute Challenge

Exciting news in the kitchen this week! Maria is hosting a spring cleaning sale. Head over to the Kitchen Sink Store and use promo code LYNNspringclean at checkout to receive 30% off of all in-stock merchandise. In addition to that, there will be free shipping on orders of $50 or more. The sale lasts from Monday to Friday  April 2 - April 6 at midnight EST. Be on the lookout later in April for new Kitchen Sink images!!

A big shout out goes to the Gulf Coast Paper Crafters after a fabulous day of creating their wonderful cards on Saturday. Thank you for an amazing day, ladies!

The KSS grass and carnations were a big hit on Saturday so I included them in my 10 Minute design.

This week I created "Clay Pots on the Patio" and filled them with some of my favorite Kitchen Sink blossoms for 10 Minute Challenge #66. I had a lot of fun with this design, and I hope you are inspired to create some for yourself. If you do, be sure to share them with Kitchen Sink fans in the KSS Gallery. Don't forget to include keyword 10MC66.


Stamps: 3 Step Get Well Teddy, 3 Step Honey Bunny, and Simple Sentiments by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Groovy Guava, Going Gray, and Whisper White by Stampin' Up
Inks: Real Red, Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, Always Artichoke, and Pear Pizzazz by Stampin' Up
Tuxedo Black by Stampin' Up

Stamps: Multi Step Bluebonnets and Multi Step Cowboy Boots by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Groovy Guava, Going Gray, and Whisper White by Stampin' Up
Inks: Pacific Point, Marina Mist, So Saffron,
Pear Pizzazz, Old Olive, and Always Artichoke by Stampin' Up
Tuxedo Black by Stampin' Up


Stamps: Multi Step Hydrangea and 3 Step Honey Bunny by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Groovy Guava, Going Gray, and Whisper White by Stampin' Up
Inks: Elegant Eggplant, Concord Crush, Pale Plum, Pear Pizzazz,
Old Olive, and Always Artichoke by Stampin' Up
Tuxedo Black by Stampin' Up


Stamps: Multi Step Tulip Garden and 3 Step Honey Bunny by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Groovy Guava, Going Gray, and Whisper White by Stampin' Up
Inks: Calypso Coral, Pear Pizzazz, Old Olive, and Always Artichoke by Stampin' Up
Tuxedo Black by Stampin' Up


Don't overlook the blogs of the rest of the Kitchen Sink Crew today. Great stuff!!!

14 comments:

  1. These are just great Lynn. I too spent the weekend creating clay pots on the patio. Well actually they were large plastic ones - clay would have done my back in and mine were filled with palms. Would have loved to add some beautiful flowers like yours Lynn particulalry the carnations - specifically the perfumed ones.
    So glad you had a good time. It is great to catch up with like minded crafters!

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  2. Regardless how you create with these stamps, the flowers always look so life-like! Super cards, love the clay pots.

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  3. Oh Lynn, these are phenomenal. What a fabulous design, dimension, and gorgeous stamping. The flowers and grass are so perfect they almost look like photographs! I just got a flower pot die and may have to steal this idea. Thanks so much for the inspiration!

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  4. Lynn, gorgeous flower pots!!! I love all of your cards, they just pop off the card, like I should be watering them. Would love to have these on my patio. Glad you had a great time this weekend.

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  5. Pretty cards with the flower pot! Very creative as always!

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  6. A beautiful set of potted plants!!! I could probably even keep these alive! LOL! SO PRETTY, Lynn.....love 'em all!
    Lynn

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  7. The clay pot works fabulously with all these gorgeous KSS Flowers Lynn, and I love your pavers too!

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  8. Such cute little pots of flowers! I just love how you stamp all those beautiful flowers. They always look so real. I like all the grass at the bottom too.

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  9. What fun cards!! Sounds like a great sale! Too bad I'm on a spending freeze at the moment!

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  10. Loving the potted flowers! Fab showcase of the KSS flowers!

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  11. A great way to welcome in spring with lovely potted flowers. Great cards, Lynn.

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  12. I am in love - beautifully done, each one so special yet as a group they are stunning. So much detail - I just love the brightness your blog brings us in the form of cards in different ways, yet similiar.

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  13. I always love your KSS flowers. They make for such beautiful cards, and you use them wonderfully.

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  14. wow....what a beautiful gift set this collection would make....wow

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