Monday, August 24, 2015

4th Monday - KSS Let's Make a Scene

Fourth Monday brings with it another scenic design using images from Kitchen Sink Stamps. I really love the new Multi Step Birch Trees. They look sensational with spring leaves, summer leaves, autumn leaves, or no leaves at all. I have featured them without leaves and bows on the trunks for today's holiday card. Today's post is sponsored by Kitchen Sink Stamps.


Stamps: Multi Step Birch Trees, Multi Step Pine Trees, Multi Step Tree Friends
and Greetings from the Woods by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Designer Paper: Figgy Pudding by BasicGrey
Inks: Toffee Crunch, Rich Cocoa, Norther Pine, Olive Grove, and Cottage Ivy
Embellishment: Ribbon

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13 comments:

  1. I'm trying to catch up and I see I've missed such fabulous creations of yours! Each one is so creative and inspirational! Kudos to you!

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  2. Oh these are the scenes that are good to make :) and what a scene indeed! You are truly a master at having a vision and making it come to life! Your cards Always look so lifelike, like stepping into the pages of a book <3 gorgeous coloring, love those sweet deer :)

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  3. WOW!! What a stunning Christmas scene Lynn!! Love your papers that you've chosen to go with it and I love the details of the ribbons around the trees!! BEAUTIFUL!!! Thanks for sharing! HUGS

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  4. I absolutely love your Christmas scene. That is the plan I have for some of the pine tree images I purchased from KSS too!

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  5. That design paper is absolutely perfect for this beautiful Christmas card! LOVE IT!
    Lynn

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  6. The birch trees are gorgeous. Heck, the whole scene is stunning, and the background paper is perfect with it.

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  7. What a stunning card! Great job!

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  8. This scene is just gorgeous- I LOVE the birch trees stamp. WOW!!!

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  9. Your stamped scenes are always so gorgeous Lynn!! And I didn't need to read your supply list to know that i spy some yummy gorgeous Basic Grey. It's my all time favorite paper line. Your birch trees will always get me sticking my face so far into the screen to see all the detail and how realistic they look.

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  10. Lynn, this scene and that design paper just seem to be made for each other. Love the little bows on the trees for the extra festiveness. Beautiful color combos on this.

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  11. Absolutely stunning, Lynn. Your scene is perfection.

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  12. OOH, I love this card. For some reason I'm really drawn to cards this size and love to make them myself.

    Kim from KatydidCards.com

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