Monday, December 22, 2008

Ready or Not, Here I Come!

Today's Kitchen Sink Crew Challenge comes to us from Crew Chief Dee Jackson who invites us to "Ring in the New Year!" I think we are all looking forward to better times to come in 2009. May it be a year of health, happiness, and prosperity for each and every one of you!

Nothing could be more perfect for "ringing" than the Kitchen Sink 3 Step Bells. To create this card, I stamped and cut out 4 bells. The bottom bell was glued to the BasicGrey panel and the remaining bells layered over it with dimensionals.

The pattern used on the Pink Pirouette card front was created using a stamp from Playful Ovals. The sentiment and year were created with Mix It Up!

Stamps: Bells Multi Step Clear Stamps  and Mix It Up! Clear Stamps by Kitchen Sink Stamps

Papers: Pink Pirouette and US White by Stampin' Up, Two Scoops by BasicGrey

Inks: Apricot Appeal, More Mustard, Close to Cocoa, Chocolate Chip, and Pink Pirouette by Stampin' Up, Metallic Gold from Colorbox, Versafine Onyx Black

Embellishments: Ribbon and Dimensionals

Be sure to check out the fabulous ways our Crew Members are "Ringing in the New Year" and then come play along with us!! Post a link to your creation on the Kitchen Sink Page at Paper Craft Planet!


  1. I love how you added the year to the bells and made them look like they're ring-a-ling-ing! Fabulous job Lynn.

  2. Beautiful card Lynn!! Those bells look so real and are great with the new year! Wonderful!! Have a good week Lynn and a very Merry Christmas! :)

  3. Lynn I love the ringing bells!! How fun to add the year. You get the most fabulous looking bells. The color is so life like.
    Have a Wonderful Christmas!

  4. Fabulous design, Lynn! I love how you numbered and layered the bells!

  5. Beautiful Lynn! Loving the gold!

  6. Perfect new year card, Lynn! Have a wonderful holiday.

  7. Your card is just too fun! One step away from really moving!!!! Fabulous design! :D


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