Sunday, April 12, 2015

The Iris

Kitchen Sink Monday continues this week with more beautiful spring flowers. (post sponsored by Kitchen Sink Stamps). Today I have used images from Multi Step Iris. This set comes with both a small iris image and a larger one. The 10 minute card is a one layer design with the large iris stamped directly on a pale yellow card front.

10 Minute Card



Stamps: Multi Step Iris and Multi Step Berries (sentiment) by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Barely Banana by Stampin' Up
Inks: Stem and Leaf - Memento Bamboo Leaves and Olive Grove
Iris - 4 Memento Grape Jelly stamped twice, 3 Memento Grape Jelly,
2 Memento Lulu Lavender stamped 3 times, 1 Memento Lulu Lavender
Memento Dandelion sponged in center of petals
Sentiment - Memento Tuxedo Black

20 Minute Card



Stamps: Multi Step Iris and 3 Step Honey Bunny (sentiment) by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Whisper White and So Saffron by Stampin' Up
Unknown Purples
Inks: Stem and Leaf - Memento Bamboo Leaves and Olive Grove
Iris - 4 Memento Grape Jelly stamped twice, 3 Memento Grape Jelly,
2 Memento Lulu Lavender stamped 3 times, 1 Memento Lulu Lavender
Memento Dandelion sponged in center of petals
Sentiment - Memento Grape Jelly
Tools: Nestabilities Decorative Elements and Circle Dies
Embellishment: Ribbon

Also creating for Kitchen Sink Stamps:

Lisa Somerville - designer
Connie McCotter - designer
 Maria Colosimo - owner and creator

Thank you so much for checking out my Kitchen Sink Stamps' creations this week! Next week: the Lilac!

12 comments:

  1. Beautiful iris! Love the colors.

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  2. Oh my that Iris image is stunning and I just LOVE the colors of it!! We should have some popping up in our yard shortly! I can't wait to see them! :)

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  3. Both beautiful cards and such a beautiful image!! I love your ten minute cards.

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  4. Lynne, the multi step iris is a GORGEOUS stamp with beautiful results. The colors you chose are so life like. Stunning card! I'm really enjoying your quickie cards.

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  5. This only took 10 mins!!! Wow-how fabulous. The iris is gorgeous. You did wonderful.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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  6. Beautiful cards & fabulous detail :)

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  7. Two lovely floral cards Lynn! Love the irises. Mine are blooming all over the place right now.
    Lynn

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  8. Such beautiful iris! Love your color choices! I'm hoping mine survive the brutal winter!

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  9. How wonderful- I just love the two cards you post- and always both are wonderful too! I think these are my favorite flowers. We do not have anything blooming here yet, I am so anxious for the flowers : )

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  10. Stunning as always Lynn! For Easter the kids gifted me a beautiful tulip, my favorite flower. Now I'm trying to remember the replanting part! ;) blessings!

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  11. I have always loved your 10 minute cards....and 10 minutes more.....if I could make cards like that in 10 minutes I'd be thrilled! You are certainly one in a million!!!!

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  12. I adore both cards. Gorgeous colors.

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