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Apr 9, 2012

KSS Blessings

Happy Monday! I hope you all had a blessed Easter weekend.  It's time for another Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday and this time I used the Sketch Challenge from Splitcoaststampers for my card.

I played around with some color this time wanting it to have almost a "spotlight" effect without being an exact spotlight (make sense??).  I used Multi-Step Giant Sunflower for my card.



In the background I stamped:
Step3 - (Going Gray) SU!, Step 2 - (Going Gray stamped off), Step 3 (Going Gray stamped off 2x), Step 4 - (Going Gray), Step 5 - (Black) Memento

For the yellow flower I used:
Step 3 - (Summer Sunrise) Papertrey Ink, Step 2 - (Dandelion) Memento, Step 1 - (Dandelion), Step 4 - (Going Gray) SU!, Step 5 - (Black) Memento


Stay tuned for some exciting news from KSS - any guesses??  In the meantime, I hope you have a chance to visit the rest of the KSS Crew today and that you are enjoying a great day!  

Connie • Lisa • Lynn • Makiko • Maria

ETA: Ok, Ok, I'll post the BIG NEWS now instead of making you wait! :)  Kitchen Sink Stamps is releasing 4 new sets - YEA!!!  Exciting right?! It's been a little while, but you are going to love these new sets, just amazing!  Release Day is set for April 23rd with sneak peeks the week before, stay tuned!


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Cardstock: (Yoyo Yellow) SU!, (White) Neenah), (Black) Papertrey Ink, Stamps: (Multi-Step Giant Sunflower, sentiment from Seed Packet) Kitchen Sink Stamps, Ink: See above, Accessories: (Ribbon) Papertrey Ink, (Rhinestones) Zva Creative, Tools: (Circle Nestabilities) Spellbinders

5 comments:

  1. Lovely card! I've seen several like this of late -- black and white with a "pop" of color -- really like how they turn out!

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  2. I love the gray background you have created with the giant sunflower! It really makes your yellow sunflower pop!! That tiny sentiment is perfect for this sweet design! Awesome work, Julie!

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  3. Wow! I don't think I have never seen the sunflowers with b/w colors! This is so beautiful Julie!

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  4. How pretty! Love the sunflowers in the shades of grey!

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  5. Wonderful B&W conversion Julie... really makes you pop of color sunflower - shine! Great job on the sketch too!

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