Monday, March 18, 2013

10 Minute Hibiscus

I continue my spring stroll through the beautiful Kitchen Sink flowers by focusing my attention this week on the 3 Step Hibiscus. Hibiscus plants are showing up in all the garden centers here reminding me I need to purchase and plant a new one to replace the one I lost to a freeze year before last. I miss these happy, colorful blossoms in the corner of my yard.


Stamps: 3 Step Hibiscus and Simple Sentiments by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Pure Luxury Ivory by Gina K Designs
Hibiscus Haven by graphic 45
Inks: Groovy Guava, Calypso Coral, Lucky Limeade, and Old Olive by Stampin' Up
Tools: Sizzix Framelits


Stamps: 3 Step Hibiscus by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Pure Luxury White by Gina K Designs
Baja Breeze by Stampin' Up, Designer Paper by BasicGrey
Inks: Lulu Lavender, Grape Jelly, and Elderberry by Memento
 Lucky Limeade, Old Olive, and Always Artichoke by Stampin' Up
Tools: EK Succes Punch
Embellishment: Ribbon



Stamps: 3 Step Hibiscus  by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Pure Luxury White by Gina K Designs
Green Bazzill, Pink Passion by Stampin' Up
Inks: Lucky Limeade, Pink Passion and Melon Mambo by Stampin' Up
Tools: Circle Nestabilities, Cuttlebug Embossing Folder



Stamps: 3 Step Hibiscus by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Pure Luxury White by Gina K Designs
Real Red and So Saffron by Stampin' Up
Inks: Real Red, Cherry Cobbler, Crushed Curry, So Saffron,
 Lucky Limeade, and Always Artichoke by Stampin' Up
Tools: Cuttlebug Embossing Folder, Oval Nestabilities

And, of course, each member of the Kitchen Crew has a beautiful sample for you as well!

* Connie * Lisa * Julie  Maria

8 comments:

  1. Lynn, these cards are so pretty! I love flowers and you have made these cards all so different and gorgeous! Just shows what you can do with just one set of stamps!

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  2. Absolutely brilliant cards! The colors are so beautiful and the backgrounds are perfect! Love, love their colors!

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  3. wow, these are just stunning Lynn, Gorgeous colors.

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  4. You are a master at showing the versitility of KSS stamps. Love how these look with the embossed backgrounds or the designed paper backgrounds.

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  5. Beautiful as always!!!!! I love the last one the best!!!! Hoping I get to see my fill of hibiscus in St Thomas where we are headed tomorrow!!!!!!

    BRING ON THE HEAT!!!!!!!!

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  6. I like the colors you used in that second one but they're all so gorgeous it's hard to pick a favorite!
    Lynn

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  7. Oh my, Lynn...your hibiscus cards are all gorgeous...I just love all the different colored inks you used...there is no way I could pick a favorite!!!

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  8. I love these flowers in orange! Such a cheerful, happy color!!

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