Monday, June 17, 2019

Pulling in the Bass - KSS

I have been having the best time this past week stockpiling fun scene cards in my masculine card basket. This card, sponsored by Kitchen Sink Stamps, was created mixing this fabulous fish image from their newly released Fishing 4 Bass Multi Step Clear Stamps with images from Cabin by the Lake Multi Step Clear Stamps.

I am trying out a new feature on my blog today with the main color recipes I used to create today's card. Instead of just listing the colors, I am going to stamp and photograph the progression of the image and the color used as I stamp it. The order in which I stamped the image will start on the left and read to the right. I usually stamp darkest to lightest, but not always. So sometimes the layers will be out of order, but by reading left to right you will be able to see how I stamped it.

I am starting first with the bass today. My photography on this is not the best on my first try, but I think you get the idea. Be sure to let me know it this is helps you better understand layered stamping.

Color Recipe for the Bass

Color Recipe for the Log Cabin

The bass and the cabin were the only things that needed masking to create this scene.

The trees are images used at last year's Junkie Fest Workshops and are no longer available for purchase.

Find more beautiful creations with Kitchen Sink Stamps images created by the Kitchen Crew and linked below:

This card as been entered in the following challenges:

Crafty Calendar - June - Masculine

Crafty Catz - Challenge 466 - Anythings Goes with Optional Twist: Male/Fathers

Creative Fingers Challenge Blog - Challenge #166 - Anything Goes

Craft Rocket Challenges - Challenge #60 - June 2019 - Summer is Coming


  1. Hi, sweet Lynn! I just saw this on SCS and wanted to check out the photos you mentioned. Thanks so much for sharing the process of creating the beautiful cabin and bass. Great scene on your beautiful card! How all is well for you! Hugs!

  2. Oh Lynn, this is just dazzling! I love your step by step color map tutorials and how this comes together so beautifully. You are the queen of scene!

  3. Lynn, your peaceful scene looks fabulous! Great card!

  4. What a stunning card and scene Lynn, I love your step-by-step color recipes!!

  5. LOVE the progression you went through to get the images so perfect! Thanks for showing that. Also love this fantastic card. Really brings back wonderful memories on Jim and I fishing. Thank you for that.

  6. I am such a visual learner- and how awesome to see the steps in your creating! I am in awe of your card!!!


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