Monday, October 15, 2012

10 Minute KSS Merry Christmas

My Christmas stash box is practically empty so I decided to get it in gear this week with Christmas cards for this week's Kitchen Sink Stamps 10 minute design. It took a couple of minutes to computer generate the Merry Christmas text and print it in colors I planned to use on my designs. I then added my stamped and matted KSS images over the text and added a matching mat to the panel before gluing it to the white card front. At this rate, I can have my box full in no time!


Stamps: 3 Step Holly & Mistletoe by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Georgia Pacific White and Olive Bazzill
Inks: Memento Olive Grove, Stampin' Up Cherry Cobbler, Real Red, and Poppy Parade
Embellishment: Pearls


Stamps: 3 Step Bells by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Georgia Pacific White and Stampin' Up Basic Black
Inks: Stampin' Up More Mustard and Gumball Green
Tools: Spellbinder Dies
Embellishment: Satin Ribbon



Stamps: Multi Step Winter Cardinals and Multi Step Ornament & Stars
 by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Georgia Pacific White and Pacific Point
Inks:  Stampin' Up Gumball Green, Pacific Point, and Blue Bayou
Tools: Oval Nestabilities



Stamps: Multi Step Build a Garland by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Georgia Pacific White and Stampin' Up Poppy Parade
Inks:  Stampin' Up Cherry Cobbler, Real Red, and Poppy Parade


See what the Kitchen Sink Crew created to share with you today!

* Connie * Lisa * Julie  Maria


9 comments:

  1. You will have your box full of really lovely cards Lynn. I like the depth you achieve with your stamping.

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  2. Beautiful cards for Christmas Lynn! I love the Merry Christmas background, such fun!

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  3. So pretty and just perfect for Christmas.
    Lynn

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  4. I really impressed with the stamp images. At first glance, I thought all the bows were real. Gorgeous cards. Love the "handmade" Merry Christmas background paper... perfect with the images.

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  5. I just love this! Such a brilliant idea to print with the computer the Merry Christmas. I like the ones where the Merry Christmas was in color.

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  6. Oh my how absolutely joyful!! Each one is so classic and elegant! Beautifully created!

    I just saw your email this weekend - woot, woot! Thank you!
    x0x0

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  7. These turned out beautifully! The sentiment border is perfect behind your gorgeous stamped focal points!

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  8. Quick gorgeous cards!!!!! You are just perfection using those KSS stamps!

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  9. Whenever I see your awesome, awesome KSS cards, I start kicking myself for not using my own sets!! I gotta get in on the KSS action! You are great at these!

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