Monday, September 10, 2012

KSS 10 Minute Monday #89

This week I had fun shuffling embossed panels around on the card front to create more 10 minute cards. The combinations are endless. With additional time, these cards would be super cute with mats and ribbons as well. I stamped my Kitchen Sink images in the 1 3/4 inch by 2 1/4 inch blank panel, but it would be interesting to stamp on the other sizes as well to create a pretty card set.

I obviously wasn't paying very close attention as I did my shuffling! Please just laugh out loud and ignore the sideways script!


Stamps: Multi Step Lilac, 3 Step Butterflies, and Ready 4 Any Holiday by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Bashful Blue by Stampin' Up, Georgia Pacific White
Inks: Stampin' Up Bashful Blue, Marina Mist, Early Espresso, Pumpkin Pie, Peach Parfait, 
and Lucky Limeade
Tools: Cuttlebug and Sizzix Embossing Folders



Stamps: Multi Step Pansies and Ready 4 Any Holiday by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Pale Plum by Stampin' Up, Georgia Pacific White
Inks: Memento Sweet Plum and Elderberry
Stampin' Up Old Olive
Tools: Cuttlebug and Sizzix Embossing Folders




 Stamps: Multi Step Sunflowers and Ready 4 Any Holiday by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Barely Banana by Stampin' Up, Georgia Pacific White
Inks: Stampin' Up Peach Parfait, Crushed Curry, Daffodil Delight, Soft Suede,
Early Espresso, and Lucky Limeade
Tools: Cuttlebug and Sizzix Embossing Folders


Stamps: Multi Step Iris and Ready 4 Any Holiday by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Pure Luxury Lovely Lavender by Gina K Designs, Georgia Pacific White
Inks: Memento Elderberry, Grape Jelly, and Lulu Lavender,
Stampin' Up So Saffron, Pear Pizzazz, and Old Olive
Tools: Cuttlebug and Sizzix Embossing Folders

Visit the girls:

* Connie * Lisa * Julie  Maria

12 comments:

  1. Love Mondays and getting to see your fabulous new challenges for the week. I love this embossing blocking.

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  2. Oh, I really love the butterfly one. Great textures on the cards, great way to make up a batch of cards from the embossed panels. Giving me some inspiration for a Christmas themed group!

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  3. What pretty cards and wonderful textures and beautiful images. Clever use of embossing folders.

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  4. I wouldn't have noticed the side-ways script if you hadn't mentioned it, silly!

    Your cards came out so pretty! Such a simple idea. I just love the Kitchen Sink stamps you use. So pretty!!

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  5. Love the layout and wonderful white textured panels -- draws the eye to the lovely floral images!

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  6. How pretty! Love all the added texture from the embossing folders, fab design!

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  7. Gorgeous cards! The embossed panels are such a neat idea!

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  8. I am queen of backwards, upside down, sideways script! I love these cards. Did they really take you 10 mins?

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  9. Your 10 minute cards always inspire me. They look like they took much longer. I love the idea of using different panels of embosing in the same color.

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  10. The texture adds eye appeal in such a quiet but consistent way Lynn. Your 10 minuter's are terrific.

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  11. These are wonderful! I am so glad I took a peet at your blog to see these!

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  12. DId you see that I posted a challenge! Thank you for inspiring me. I should have asked first, but got in a rush - I copied your card to my blog. If you prefer not to have it there, please let me know.

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