Monday, July 9, 2018

Tulips and Daffodils - Kitchen Sink Stamps

I love when the second Monday of each month rolls around again so I can share another one of my Let's Make a Scene designs sponsored by Kitchen Sink Stamps. Scenes are so much fun to do and usually require very little masking.

Today I have create a little garden scene with daffodils and tulips under the birch trees.
The colorful and beautiful flowers of spring and summer always bring me such joy!



The secret to successful masking is to start with the front image first. I stamped two bunches of daffodils first of all. Then work back image by image. To stamp the purple tulips, I placed masks over the daffodils and then stamped the tulips. I then masked the tulips so I could stamp the birch trunks behind them. With the masks still on the daffodils, I added the fringe of grass. To finish the composition I brushed on distress ink for the soil and the sky. The sentiment was added last of all.

Another card in which I used this same method can been seen here.

I am entering today's daffodils and tulips card in the following challenges this week:

Lil Patch of Crafty Friends Challenge #85, Anything Goes

Stamping Sensations - July - In my Garden

Allsorts Challenge Blog - Week 475 - In my Garden


Kitchen Sink Stamp Sets used to complete this card include:



Color Recipes used on today's card:

Daffodil Blooms
Layer 3 - Stampin' Up Pineapple Punch
Layer 4 - Stampin' Up Peekaboo Peach
Layer 2 - Memento Dandelion
Layer 1 - Stampin' Up Barely Banana

Daffodil Leaves and Stems
Layer 1 - Memento Pear Tart
Layer 2 - Memento Bamboo Leaves
Layer 3 - Memento Olive Grove

Tulip Blossoms
Layer 1 - Memento Lulu Lavender
Layer 2 - Stampin' Up Lavender Lace
Layer 3 - Stampin' Up Highland Heather
Layer 4 - Stampin' Up Gorgeous Grape


Since so much of the tulip stems and leaves were covered by the daffodils, I only stamped layer 1 and I used Stampin' Up Old Olive to do so.

Birch Trunks
Layer 1 - Stampin' Up Creamy Caramel
Layer 2 - Stampin' Up Soft Suede

Leaves of the Birch Trees
Layer 1 - Stampin' Up Lemon Lime Twist
Layer 2 - Stampin' Up Lucky Limeade
Layer 3 - Stampin' Up Old Olive

The ground was created by brushing on Vintage Photo Distress Ink and then flicking it with speckles of the same.

For the sky, I used Peacock Feathers Distress Ink added with a soft brush.

The sentiment was stamped with Versafine Onyx Black.

The papers used include:
Stampin' Up Daffodil Delight
Stampin' Up Lavender Lace
Recollections 110 White

The embellishments are purple grosgrain ribbon and gold cord.

Before I leave you today, I wanted to let you know that Firecracker Savings
have been extended until midnight Pacific Time on Wednesday, July 11.
You can received 15% off of all in stock Kitchen Sink Stamps merchandise when you use promo code freedom.

To view more wonderful examples of projects using Kitchen Sink Stamps
visit the blogs below:

Kitchensinkstamps' Weblog by Maria Colosimo,
the owner and creator of KSS


Nana loves stamping by Jeanne Frontz

Thank you for dropping by for a visit today! It's always nice to see you and to respond to your sweet comments!




15 comments:

  1. Oh Lynn, this is such a striking card! I love the yellows and purples - and tulips are my among my very favorite flower ♥ Sensational card!

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  2. Lynn, this is such a pretty card with its lovely flowers in bloom!

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  3. Great masking and a beautiful card! Love the springtime look - and wish we were having a little spring type weather instead of this dreaded heat too.
    lynn

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  4. A beautiful card with the lovely Spring blooms, perfect for our 'In my Garden' themes at Allsorts and Stamping Sensations challenges, many thanks for joining in.

    B x

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  5. What a gorgeous card Lynn! I love all of the spring flowers and your yellow and lavender color combo is so beautiful!

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  6. Wow Lynn what a stunning design and colors you have created.

    Hugs Diane

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  7. It's amazing how much work can go into a card but the results are absolutely beautiful Lynn. Your masking is perfection...

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  8. Oh, I love the beautiful daffodils and tulips on your stunning card, Lynn! The design is gorgeous! Hugs!

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  9. Lovely and beautiful card!
    Thank you for sharing at Allsorts, good luck;-))m

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  10. Wow wow wow this sure is stunning Lynn! Your choice of colors make this so happy and colorful! I've seen this in places on FB and finally got a chance to come see it up close on your blog! I just love it! Thanks for sharing my friend! HUGS

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  11. Beautiful floral card. Thanks for joining us at Lil Patch of Crafty Friends, good luck and hope to see you again.
    Denise (Owner of LPOCF)

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  12. Absolutely beautiful, Lynn! I love spring flowers and birch trees, and the purple, yellow and green colour combo, so this ticks all the boxes for me. Thanks for sharing it with us at Stamping Sensations.

    Lynne

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  13. Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at Lil Patch, good luck!!! Amy DT

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  14. Stunner- saw this online and loved it!!! Another beautiful scene!!!

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  15. This card is stunning with the different colored flowers! It's beautiful!! Great job combining the two flowers in a gorgeous background of birch trees! Love it!

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