Sunday, June 5, 2016

10+10 Monday - Lily of the Valley

I have worked out a color recipe that I really love for the lilies-of-the-valley I used for this week's 10 Minutes and 10 Minutes More designs sponsored by Kitchen Sink Stamps. These flowers are a part of A Year of Thanks II. There are 5 layers for this image and listed here are the colors I used and the order in which I stamped them.


Layer 5 - Memento Olive Grove stamped twice
Layer 4 - Memento Pistachio stamped twice
Layer 3 - Memento Bamboo Leaves stamped 3 times
Layer 2 - Memento Pear Tart stamped twice
Layer 1 - Memento New Sprout stamped twice

I do stamp with a MISTI which makes repeat stamping easy and precise.

10 Minute Card


Stamps: A Year of Thanks II, 3 Step Hearts & Roses, Other Important People
Papers: Recollections White and Black
Tools: Cuttlebug Embossing Folder

20 Minute Card

I am entering this card in the Lawnscaping Challenge - Off Kilter as well as Challenge 10 - Anything Goes at Where the HeART is...


Stamps: A Year of Thanks II, Multi Step Baskets, Multi Step Texas Longhorn
Papers: Recollections White and SU Pistachio Pudding
Tools: Cuttlebug Tag Die, Martha Stewart Edge Punch, Gold Cord

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8 comments:

  1. Wow! These are both absolutely gorgeous Lynn!! I love the flower and I'm sure that your MISTI really comes in handy for multiple layers of stamping!! Beautiful designs! :)

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  2. Both of these cards are beautiful, Lynn!

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  3. Wow Lynn what lovely lilies and card designs.

    Hugs Diane

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  4. Love your pretty embossing around the lily of the valley, and that basket of lily of the valley is pretty awesome too. That sweet eyelet cover is a great addition.

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  5. What lovely cards Lynn! You know I have only seen Lily of the Valley once - In Germany!

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  6. Just gorgeous, Lynn - both are so soft and serene and bring such a warmth. Lovely detailing :) These are always such hard cards to make for me, but you've captured the beauty of a sympathy card spot on.

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  7. These are both very beautiful! Thanks for playing with us at Lawnscaping! Hugs, Karin

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  8. That first card is beautiful in it's simplicity! The second card has such a homespun feel to it!

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