Monday, June 6, 2011

Spotlighting with Kitchen Sink Stamps

For this week's Kitchen Sink Stamps 10 Minute Card Challenge, I thought it would be fun to play with spotlighting. I am loving how these cards turned out! I hope you will give this technique a try with your Kitchen Sink Stamps. If you load some into the KSS gallery, please include keyword 10MC23.

 Here is the shortcut method I use for spotlighting which allows you to create this type card so quickly.

 Step 1 - Using a tiny bit of repositionable tape, attach a 2.5 inch square of white cardstock to your white card front.


Step 2 - Place a piece of fun foam under your card for cushion, and stamp your image as you normally would.

Step 3 - Remove the 2.5 inch image.


Step 4 - Add the sentiment and attach to a black mat just slightly larger than the stamped image panel.


Step 5 - Reattach to the front of your card lining up the images carefully. I promised you it would be quick and easy!!

This can be done with any size or shape panel you would like to use for your spotlight. Just have fun!!


Stamps: Father's Pocket Watch Multi Step Clear Stamps by Kitchen Sink Stamps

Papers: Snowstorm by Mark's Finest Papers and SU Basic Black
Inks: Watch - 3 SU Early Espresso, 2 SU Soft Suede, 1 SU More Mustard






Papers: Snowstorm by Mark's Finest Papers and SU Basic Black
Inks: Tree - 4 Memento Cottage Ivy, 3 Memento Bamboo Leaves,
2 Memento Bamboo Leaves, 1 Memento New Sprout, Trunk - Memento Rich Cocoa
Sentiment - Memento Tuxedo Black

Papers: Snowstorm by Mark's Finest Papers and SU Basic Black
Inks: Butterfly - 2 Memento Cantaloupe, 1 Memento Dandelion, 3 Memento Tuxedo Black
Sentiment - Memento Tuxedo Black


Stamps: Giant Sunflower Multi Step Clear Stamps,
  Lilacs Multi Step Clear Stamps,
and Simple Sentiments Clear Stamps 
by Kitchen Sink Stamps


Papers: Snowstorm by Mark's Finest Papers and SU Basic Black
Inks: Sunflower - 2 SU Daffodil Delight, 1 SU Apricot Appeal stamped off once, 3 SU Crushed Curry, 4 SU Soft Suede, 5 SU Early Espresso
Leaves and Stem - 1 SU Old Olive stamped off once, 2 SU Old Olive, 3 SU Always Artichoke
Sentiment -Memento Tuxedo Black


Stamps: Hydrangea Multi Step Clear Stamps,
 Lilacs Multi Step Clear Stamps,
and Simple Sentiments Clear Stamps
by Kitchen Sink Stamps


Papers: Snowstorm by Mark's Finest Papers and SU Basic Black
Inks: Hydrangea - 4 Memento Grape Jelly, 3 Memento Grape Jelly stamped off once, 2 Memento Lulu Lavender, 1 Memento Lulu Lavender stamped off once
Leaves and Stem - 1 SU Pear Pizzazz stamped off once, 2 SU Pear Pizzazz, 3 SU Old Olive
Sentiment - Memento Tuxedo Black


 Stamps: Lil' Elephant Multi Step Clear Stamps by Kitchen Sink Stamps

Papers: Snowstorm by Mark's Finest Papers and SU Basic Black
Inks: Elephant - 2 SU Going Grey, 3 SU Basic Gray, 4 Memento Tuxedo Black
1 SU Going Grey stamped off once
Sentiment - Memento Tuxedo Black

Check in on the Crew!! Each has something to share with you today!!

15 comments:

  1. Awesome technique and beautiful cards! I am going to have to try this!

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  2. These are absolutely fantastic, Lynn!!! Hmmmm....wonder if anyone would mind if I called in sick on the first of three final exam days to play with this technique? Well, it will have to wait, but what fun!!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  3. Oh love this!!!! Now that I have my new KSS stamps, may just give this one a try. Your cards are wonderful. TFS

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  4. Awesome tip today Lynn!! All your cards are just fabulous - the technique give perfect results!! :)

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  5. Fabulous cards Lynn. Love the technique! The butterfly is gorgeous and I love the sentiment and elephant.

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  6. These are fabulous Lynn.. Thanks for the tutorial on this technique..

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  7. LOVE THIS!!! Thanks for showing how you do that technique and I'll try it for sure. Love all the cards...each one is so pretty in it's own way.
    Lynn

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  8. Fab cards - love your "cheaters" spotlighting tip!

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  9. What a brilliant idea Lynn!! Those cards are super fabulous! Thank you so much for sharing this trick!

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  10. Beautiful! Thanks for the tutorial, I'm going to try it. I just love your cards.

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  11. Lynn! These are all so amazing! What another fun challenge! You keep knocking them out of the park!

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  12. you are so clever! these ALL look fabulous! i have to try this--tfs:)

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  13. Lynn, I can't wait to try this! Love all of the samples.

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  14. Great technique! I'm going to try this!!! Thanks

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  15. Fabulous technique Lynn .... all your cards are BRILLIANT!

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