Monday, October 22, 2012

KSS 10 Minute Window Card

This week's Kitchen Sink Stamps 10 minute design incorporates a clear acetate window in the card front and the image was stamped on the inside of the card. I did this so that these cards can be included in Splitcoaststampers' Hope You Can Cling To card making event for the Clearly Hopeful challenge and be bundled up for shipment to M.D. Anderson in Houston.

It is hard to see the windows in the card photos, so I have included a couple  of shots with the card open on my desk so you can see the simple construction. First the outside.



Then the inside!



Stamps: Multi Step Harvest by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Ruby Red and Early Espresso by Stampin' Up
Pure Luxury White by Gina K. Designs, Clear Acetate
Inks: Memento Espresso Truffle, Rich Cocoa, Love Letter, 
Cantaloupe, and Rhubarb Stalk
Tools: Circle Nestablities


Stamps: Multi Step Harvest by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Really Rust and Early Espresso by Stampin' Up
Pure Luxury White by Gina K. Designs, Clear Acetate
Inks: Memento Espresso Truffle, Rich Cocoa, Peanut Brittle,
and Cantaloupe
Tools: Circle Nestablities



Stamps: Multi Step Harvest by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Pumpkin Pie and Crumb Cake by Stampin' Up
Pure Luxury White by Gina K. Designs, Clear Acetate
Inks: Memento Espresso Truffle, Rich Cocoa, Rhubarb Stalk and Pistachio
Tools: Circle Nestablities




Stamps: Multi Step Harvest by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Pumpkin Pie and Crumb Cake by Stampin' Up
Pure Luxury White by Gina K. Designs, Clear Acetate
Inks: Memento Espresso Truffle, Rich Cocoa, Morocco, Tangelo, and Cantaloupe
Tools: Circle Nestablities

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12 comments:

  1. Hi Lynn, And yet again I am saying I love the effects you achieve each and eavery time with your Kitchen Sink Stamps :)I do so enjpy your lovely posts.

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  2. Wonderful window cards! I never think to make them but you've inspired me to make more! Love the stamps you used!

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  3. A gorgeous set of window cards!

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  4. Beautiful cards! Such a great idea to make windows.

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  5. Wow, I love these windows of wonders. So beautiful for this time of year.

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  6. Great window cards! I don't think I've ever even attempted one of these and now I guess I'll just have to! Very nice!
    Lynn

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  7. Very nice cards. If I ever venture away from SU I'm getting some of your stamps. They look so realistic. Every week you tempt me more. :)

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  8. Wonderful card and fantastic tutorial!! Xoxo

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  9. Lovely cards! I love how the clean and simple layout showcases your gorgeous stamping!

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  10. Gorgeous window cards! I love the images!

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  11. These are awesome! I love making these because it's like there's a surprise on the inside of the card!!

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  12. may be I need to change my motto...lately it has been "My mojo has been a no go." And that's not helping. I think I can, I think I can...and I Love that window card!

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