Monday, December 3, 2012

Christmas Kitchen Windows

I had such fun with this week's Kitchen Sink Stamps 10 minute design. I used Poppy Stamps' Grand Madison Window die to create each of these cards. The designer paper I used as my kitchen wallpaper is from the Paper Studio. Here are 4 different views I imagined that you might see outside your kitchen window this holiday season.



Stamps: Owl & Autumn Moon and Ready for Any Holiday by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Whisper White, Crumb Cake, and Poppy Parade by Stampin' Up
DP by the Paper Studio
Inks: Memento Rich Cocoa and Love Letter, SU Bashful Blue
Tools: Grand Madison Window die, Fence die by MFT, SU punch


Stamps: Owl & Autumn Moon and Never a Loss 4 Words by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Whisper White, Crushed Curry, and Basic Gray by Stampin' Up
DP by the Paper Studio
Inks: Memento RTuxedo Black, SU Peach Parfait, Crushed Curry, and Blue Bayou
Tools: Grand Madison Window die,  SU punches




Stamps: Multi Step Winter Cardinals and Ready 4 Any Holiday by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Whisper White and Night of Navy by Stampin' Up
DP by the Paper Studio
Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black, Olive Grove, Rhubarb Stalk, and Love Letter,
 SU Bashful Blue and Wild Wasabi
Tools: Grand Madison Window die, SU punch




Stamps: Multi Step Pines and 3 Step Bells by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Whisper White and Chocolate Chip by Stampin' Up
DP by the Paper Studio
Inks: Memento Bamboo Leaves and Olive Grove, SU Bashful Blue
Tools: Grand Madison Window die, SU punches

For more Kitchen Sink goodies, check in on the crew!

* Connie * Lisa * Julie  Maria

12 comments:

  1. Wow Lynn, each card is terrific! Love the pretty wallpaper you used and coordinated "painted" window frames! I'm hoping we do see, as much snow! Beautiful cards!

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  2. These are such wonderful cards, Lynn! I love the window concept! It's hard to choose a favorite!

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  3. I love the views through the window...so many times inspired by your cards...I'm thinking a four seasons little sampler right now for a wall hanging...but also thinking about what I Christmassy things I have to put behind a window scene to go play with!
    I love your little trees and the santa silhouette best.
    lovely.

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  4. Awesome Lynn! I'm always looking for inspiration on using this die!!!

    I absolutely LOVE the one with santa flying in front of that gorgeous moon!

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  5. Lynn,
    You always come up with the best designs. These are all terrific scenes that work beautifully with the window die!

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  6. Lynn, you have another set of terrific cards. The window die just adds so much pizzazz.

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  7. Such a lovely idea Lynn - the view through the window. Your cardinal card is my favourite. Do you get cardinals where you are?

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  8. Absoluletly stunning! I know I repeat it, but there is no way to ever pick a fave of the quad cards you make - they are all so unique and lovely!! I like how you give us different views/papers to pair with and it gives me a great view (as a visual learner!) on how it can be! You are a master crafter! x0x0

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  9. Such lovely cards and great "views" out the windows of each.

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  10. Cute cute cute! Very cute window scenes. You are a master of this style of card.

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  11. Love each of your cards Lynn. They all look so real, you could just imagine yourself sitting at the window and looking out.

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  12. I love these, especially Santa flying past the moon. Gorgeous work!

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