Thank you for visiting today!! I have 2 post today both containing BRAND new stamps so be sure catch them both! Click here for a Paper Pretties sneak peek!
It's here, it's here!! Today is the first release of 2010 for Kitchen Sink Stamps! As if that wasn't enough, it's also the big reveal for the newly remodeled Kitchen Sink Stamps website! Check out the beautiful new store which has been very nicely organized. There are even more big things planned for the new website so watch for those in the coming months!
Now before I show you my card, I have a new link for you to use when ordering. Click on this link to go to the new store and for today only when you are checking out, use code JULIE15KSS to receive 15% off your order - just a little treat for my loyal blog readers! :)
Multi-Step Cup of Warm Comfort. I've seen quite a few people asking for a KSS coffee/hot cocoa set and had to giggle since I knew this was coming! It's just delightful! The sketch is CPS149 (last week's sketch). Once I stamped the cup, I added Glossy Accents to the mug so it really looks like a glass! Looks good enough to drink - (mmmmm, I've been loving General Foods International Coffees Mocha Latte lately - it actually foams when you add it to the hot water!)
Here's the recipe and the order I stamped my mug: Step 4: Soft Suede (SU!), Step 3: Latte (Adirondack), Step 2: Desert Sand (2x), Step 1: Desert Sand.
I stuck with my Valentine's/Love theme here too but using some fun red Valentine paper from Making Memories and a sentiment, from the new set of course, that would be great for almost anyone!
link above to do some shopping!
ETA: Come back later today for another new release sample!!
Cardstock: Dark Chocolate, Pure Poppy, White (Papertrey Ink), Patterned Paper: Love Notes Battenburg (Making Memories), Stamps: Multi-Step Cup of Warm Comfort (Kitchen Sink Stamps), Ink: Desert Sand (Memento), Latte (Adirondack), Soft Suede (SU!), Ladybug Red, Rhubarb Stalk (Memento), Accessories: Glossy Accents (Ranger), Nestabilities (Spellbinders), Ribbon (Papertrey Ink), foam adhesive, antique brass brads