Monday, April 15, 2013

Scraps and Daisies

Today I pulled out my designer paper scraps to create some scrap cards featuring the gerbera daisy found in Kitchen Sink Stamps' 3 Step Honey Bunny. I am seeing these beautiful flowers at Walmart and Lowe's this week and they sure are tempting me to snap some up and plant them in my front yard garden.


Stamps: 3 Step Honey Bunny and Never a Loss 4 Words by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Barely Banana and Groovy Guava by Stampin' Up, assorted DP scraps
Inks: Groovy Guava and Calypso Coral by Stampin' Up
Tools: Circle Nestabilities



Stamps: 3 Step Honey Bunny, 3 Step Daisy, and Never a Loss 4 Words 
by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Pale Plum by Stampin' Up, BasicGrey DP scraps
Inks: Pale Plum, Orchid Opulence, Perfect Plum, Pear Pizzazz, and 
Old Olive by Stampin' Up
Tools: Corner Rounder Punch




Stamps: 3 Step Honey Bunny, 3 Step Daisy, and Simple Sentiments by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Pure Luxury White by Gina K. Designs, graphic 45 DP scraps
Inks: Daffodil Delight, Crushed Curry, Pear Pizzazz, and Old Olive by Stampin' Up
Tools: Circle Nestabilities



Stamps: 3 Step Honey Bunny, 3 Step Daisy, and Never a Loss 4 Words 
by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Barely Banana by Stampin' Up, BasicGrey DP scraps
Inks: Real Red, Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso, and Gumball Green by Stampin' Up

Other Kitchen Sink inspiration to check out today:

* Connie * Lisa * Julie  Maria



16 comments:

  1. wow, what stunning creations with scrap :)

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  2. OH my friend, I'm sorry I'm behind in visits - it's been one of those weeks and shaping up to be another one ..... have miss you. and WOW on these beauties, what a gorgeous way to use up scraps, each one is so unique. I love the rounded corners all placed in a little row - very inspiring! Blessings!

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  3. Great use of those scraps and beautiful cards! All are so very pretty.
    Lynn

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  4. What a wonderful job you've done with your scraps. Now while you are inspired by your lovely flowers go and get the real - so you will see their smiling faces for months!

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  5. Beautiful cards and great use of scraps! Love the mosaic! paper especially! Gerbers are great and easy to grow but if you cut them, place each one in a straw to help support their beautiful blooms!

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  6. These are all great, but I love the pink on best.

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  7. These are beautiful, but I have to say that my favorite is #3 -- love the gorgeous design, colors, beautiful yellow daisy, and the arrangement of the DSP -- what a gorgeous card!

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  8. Awesome use of your scraps. These cards are great!

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  9. I think you need to teach the next patterned paper online class, these are such great cards. What a great way to use up scraps. Always the inspiration.

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  10. What a great use of scraps. I like the birthday wishes the best but they are all fab!

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  11. Wow Lynn I may have to case some of these wonderful designs for my mission to use up my scraps, they are all wonderful. xx

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  12. Hi Lynn! Just wanted to let you know that I posted some blog candy and hope you stop by.

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  13. Lynn, your daisies are beautiful and what a wonderful way to use up scraps. Who wouldn't want these beauties in their garden

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  14. Oooh, I love that cubic purple paper. I don't know why I say I don't like the color purple. haha. It always surprises me for some reason!

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  15. Lynn, I don't know how many more ways to say that your cards always are amazing! You have such a huge talent and I know every time I come to your blog I'm going to be mega-impressed with your creations!!!

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