Monday, May 21, 2012

10 Minutes + 1 Layer + Fruit = KSS 10MC73

Take 10 minutes, one sheet of card stock, and some Kitchen Sink fruit images to create a card for this week's Fruits of Summer challenge. I stamped the banner from Seed Packet, added a sentiment, masked it, and added some depth by sponging on some color around it. I ended up with a cute little set of summer note cards.


Stamps: Multi Step Tomato (cherries), Multi Step Shamrocks and Clover (stems), 
Multi Step Berries (sentiment), Multi Step Pear (leaves)
and Seed Packet (banner) by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Paper: Naturals Ivory by Stampin' Up
Inks: Poppy Parade, Cherry Cobbler, Wild Wasabi, and Soft Suede by Stampin' Up

Stamps:  Multi Step Pear, Multi Step Berries (sentiment),
 and Seed Packet (banner) by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Paper: Naturals Ivory by Stampin' Up
Inks: More Mustard, Lucky Limeade, Always Artichoke, and Soft Suede by Stampin' Up



Stamps:  Multi Step Peach, Multi Step Berries (sentiment),
 and Seed Packet (banner) by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Paper: Naturals Ivory by Stampin' Up
Inks: Marigold Morning, Peach Parfait, Calypso Coral, 
Wild Wasabi, Always Artichoke, and Soft Suede by Stampin' Up



Stamps:  Multi Step Berries and Seed Packet (banner) by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Paper: Naturals Ivory by Stampin' Up
Inks: Poppy Parade, Cherry Cobbler, Rich Razzleberry, 
Wild Wasabi, and Soft Suede by Stampin' Up

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12 comments:

  1. Very cute note cards. The sponging really does add great depth. I love those banners on each card.

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  2. Oh....love it!!!!! These don't even look like one layers with so much dimension with the sentiment. My book is sure growing :)

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  3. Oh my goodness!! I love these one layer cardLynn!! I am totally stunned about the cherries! How clever!

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  4. I love these Lynn! Awesome cas cards.

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  5. Oh my, love the fruit and amazing banner with sentiment on these wonderful creations. You really knock this design out of the ballpark!

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  6. Awesome work with the sponging. It really makes the sentiments pop.

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  7. WOW! ALL of these look good enough to eat! LOVE The sponging around them and the way you did the sentiment too.
    Lynn

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  8. How useful these would be Lynn and they really signify summer so well.

    Some cherries, a little sunshine and a good beek - that's a summer pleasure.

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  9. So pretty and so soft! I love the homespun feel to your cards, I tell you it's like taking a trip back in memory's lane to my grannies country kitchen :) Beautiful!! x0x0

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  10. Just gorgeous Lynn! Love how you sponged the backgrounds of each card and the fruit looks good enough to eat!

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  11. I love the fruits of your labor with these cards. The banner sentiments are just gorgeous. Beautifully Done!

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