Monday, January 18, 2016

New from the Kitchen

In today's post sponsored by Kitchen Sink Stamps, I am taking a break from my usual 10 Minutes and 10 Minutes More designs to share with you the latest new sets available to order or pre-order from Kitchen Sink Stamps now. So much wintery fun! What a great blend of images to mix and match with each other as well as KSS images you may already own. I have not even begun to use all the fun mini silhouettes included in Icy Pond and Snowy Cabin. They are awesome!

The new sets are:

Multi Step Icy Pond
Multi Step Rolling Hills
Multi Step Snowy Cabin
Multi Step Snowmen
Multi Step Love 4 Ducky & Teddy
Make a Big Statement


All the images in this first card are from Multi Step Icy Pond which is a mini set. It also includes silhouettes of skaters, kids on a sled, and an ice fisherman. I only used three inks on this card: Stampin' Up's Bashful Blue, Memento's Northern Pine, and Versafine Onyx Black.


The images except for the sentiment on the card below are from Multi Step Snowy Cabin. This cabin is smaller than the cabin in Cabin by the Lake and has a snowy covered roof with dangling icicles. The sentiment is from Greetings from the Woods. The inks used for this card were SU Bashful Blue, Papertrey Ink Classic Craft, Fine Linen, and Dark Chocolate, and Memento Espresso Truffle.



For this monochromatic anniversary card, I used only two inks: Stampin' Up's Going Grey and Versafine Onyx Black. The snowy hillside was created using Multi Step Rolling Hills while the trees are a part of the Multi Step Snowy Cabin set. The sentiment is from Make a Big Statement and the pond and skaters are from Multi Step Icy Pond.



I do not have a white ink that is worth a darn so here is how I created the three step snowmen from the new Multi Step Snowmen set ( which contains three snowman sizes by the way. Used here are the large and medium). I stamped layer one of the snowman on a pink sticky note and stuck it on top of my white cardstock to cut out layer one. That gave me the bright white layer. I then stamped layer 2 on the pre-cut snowman with Papertrey Ink's Soft Stone. I next stamped layer 3 with Stampin' Up's Bashful Blue. The features were added last, of course.



Today's final card uses a new companion set for Teddy and Ducky called, what else, Love 4 Ducky & Teddy. It includes the tiara and top hat as well a a sweet box of chocolates. There are sentiments included that would work well for Valentine's Day or an anniversary.



When ordering from Kitchen Sink Stamps, remember to take advantage of a 15% discount by entering the store through the link in my right side bar and using the coupon provided there!

I'll be back on schedule with a Let's Make a Scene design next Monday! I bet it is something cold and frosty!

Look in on Lisa and Maria to see what they have to share today with the new stamps!


14 comments:

  1. Lynn, You have made these new stamps come alive in your beautifu scenes, and thanks for the peek at all the new sets. I love silhouettes so even though I have never done any of these snow activities myself, I would love to get that stamp. I will put that on my stamping budget for this month.

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  2. Wow Lynn!! You have been so busy creating and having fun!! :) I just LOVE your creative use of these images!! Can I pick a fave?! Nope...they are all so stunning in different ways! I have always loved the wintry scenes that you makes...so they're all wonderful!! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Fabulous use of the new KSS sets, Lynn!

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  4. WOW!!! So many gorgeous cards! GREAT designs, every one!!!

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  5. All your snowy designs are fabulous Lynn.

    Hugs diane

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  6. What lovely cards Lynn. I cannot for a heartbeat imagine living in a land so cold but then I'm sure there are delights there too!

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  7. Wonderful new release, something special for everyone! I especially love the teddys, too cute and perfect for Valentine's Day!

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  8. Gorgeous cards Lynn! I love all of the snowy scenes you've create and the teddy bears are so cute!
    Hugs, Tammy

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  9. Such cool stamps... I love the use of the glitter on the Warmest Wishes card. For some reason glitter makes me think of sparkling sun and that truly does warm me up!

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  10. Oh Lynn, what a smorgasboard of absolute beauty! Each card is so unique and beautifully designed - so detailed it's as if I'm looking out a window at those winter scenes. You are truly a master crafter at creating a soft look that just feels so real, very 'storybook' look to your work! Love the trip from winter to the lovely Valentines! Blessings, friend! ♥

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  11. wow girl, you sure have been busy...Wonderful cards.

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  12. Your cards are always amazing and these are no exception. I really do think you are the queen of landscapes.

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  13. Wow! You have a whole table set for us today! And they're all fantastic! Loved how you banded that first image and the cabin is always a fav and you always showcase it beautifully.That black mat really sets off your black, white and gray image perfectly. And your snowman is so cute, tipping his hat. And the bears...well, they could just melt your heart!

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  14. My goodness! those scenes are ridiculously amazing. And the bear couple!

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