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Apr 19, 2010

Peachy!

Good morning! Sorry for the late post this morning, I am trying to get back into things after being away this weekend and the busy day yesterday!  Lots of catching up to do! :)

It's Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday and today I have a peach of a card - LOL!  I pulled out the Multi-Step Peach which is one of the great mini sets (only $8.50 and if you use my coupon code JULIE10KSS you get 10% off!!).  Not only is this set so pretty, it even includes 3 sentiments and an ink recipe to stamp your peaches with!  Very cool! 

I took a little inspiration for this from a card we made this weekend designed by Monika Davis.  Her card used the same circle & Blossom Nestabilities combo with the sponging around the edge and I thought it worked very well for this pretty image!  I just love these colors together - almost vintage-y with the great Cosmo paper.  I stamped the rest of the sentiment, "for a peachy day" on the inside of the card.

Here's the recipe for the peach (it's on the inside of the stamp package too!)

Step 3 - Rhubarb Stalk (stamped off), Step 2 - Tangelo (stamped off), Step 1 - Dandelion (stamped off) & Tangelo (stamped off), Step 4 - Rhurbarb Stalk (stamped off, repeat), Stem - Dark Chocolate, Leaves - Step 3 - Olympia Green, Step 2 - Cottage Ivy, Step 1 - Dandelion

Take a few minutes and visit the rest of the KSS Crew today.  I know you'll be inspired!!  Thanks for visiting today!

AngelaConnieLisaLynnMakikoMaria


Cardstock:  Kraft (Papertrey Ink) Ivory (Gina K Designs), Marigold Morning (SU!), Patterned Paper: Rethink (Earth Love collection, Cosmo Cricket), Stamps: Multi-Step Peach (Kitchen Sink Stamps), Ink: Rhubarb Stalk, Dandelion, Tangelo, Cottage Ivy (Memento), Olympia Green (VersaFine), Dark Chocolate (Papertrey Ink), Accessories:  Ribbon (SU!), Brads, Circle & Blossom Nestabilities, foam adhesive, sewing  Finished Size: 4.25 x 4.25

13 comments:

  1. Fabulous card Julie! The peaches look good enough to bit into! Yum!

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  2. Oh your card is just peachy, Julie! LOL!! I love it...such great colors, and love the bit of sponging!

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  3. This is SUCH a beautiful card, those peaches are incredible!!

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  4. Wow! LOVE the peaches!!! So realistic and vibrant! They pop off the card w/ your dp! What a compliment for your peaches!

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  5. What a delightful and pretty card, Julie! The peaches look so yummy :):) I love the color combo, too!!

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  6. Seriously girl....how do you make these peaches look good enough to eat????? It's amazingly fantastic - great card.

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  7. Beautiful, love your choice of colors! Looks like you could just pluck those peaches off the page!

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  8. I'm going to have to jot down this recipe!! Your peaches look luscious!! What a gorgeous card, Julie!!

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  9. love this! that peach looks good enough to eat!

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  10. I must agree with many others when saying those peaches look good enough to eat! Great coloring and I love the card.

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  11. Julie... your card is just too yummy! Awesome color combo and your color recipe for the peaches is genius! You know how to mix your inks! :)

    YIKES! busy weekend??? I am guessing my package got to you too late if this was your stamping weekend! :( .... well, I guess you will be ready for the next one.

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  12. Mmmm, I can almost taste those juicy-looking peaches!! Wonderful card, Julie!!

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  13. That peach looks good enough to eat! Adorable!

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