5.31.2010

KS Monday – May 31st, 2010

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Hello and happy Kitchen Sink Monday everyone~

I can’t believe it’s already the last day of May and we are starting June whether we like or not, lol. I decided to create today’s card with using another fruit set…Multi Step Peach.

The peach set is mini set ($8.50) with including Maria’s wonderful color recipe. I absolutely recommend to everyone who wants to try out Kitchen Sink’s step stamps :)

 

Peach_2-2_editedI stamped the image 3 times in the oval mat and designed with Basic Gray designer paper and coordinated cardstock. Then I embellished with scalloped edge ribbon, pearls & Tsumami Kanzashi flower (made my own) with die cut leaves.

 

These are the steps I did for each image (all inks are Memento inks):
(Peaches) I did the same steps from Maria’s recipe that linked above)…3rd – rhubarb stalk (1 x stamp off), 2nd – tangelo (1 x stamp off), 1st – dandelion (1 x stamp off), 1st – tangelo (1 x stamp off), 4th – rhubarb stalk (1 x stamp off), repeat 4th, 5th – sweet plum

(Leaves) 3rd – cottage ivy, 2nd – bamboo leaves, 1st – pear tart

 

 

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Be sure to check out what the rest of KS Crew square projects!!

Angela * Julie * Lisa * Lynn * Maria

 

Thank you for stopping by.

Maki

8 comments:

Sasya said...

ohh Maki-san, this is soo sweet!!

Lisa Somerville said...

Pretty! The peach grouping looks wonderful, love the homemade flower embellishment you created!

NinaB said...

I've been loving those Kanzashi flower, even tried to make some but the didn't turn out as pretty as yours. Now you've inspired me to try again. Beautiful card, as always, Maki.

Lynette said...

Another beauty, Maki! You did an awesome job on the peaches, and the flower is perfection!

Lynn McAuley said...

Beautiful work on this luscious peaches, Makiko! Love the plaid paper backing them and the amazing hand-made blossom!! What a gorgeous card!!!

Angela Knopf said...

Those peaches look good enough to eat! Such a great color combo and OF COURSE I love the flower. How ever did you do that? All the dimension you added was beautiful.

Julie Masse said...

Maki this is just gorgeous!! Of course, we all want to know how you made that flower???!!! LOVE it!

Ayana Posadas said...

Love those peaches!
And the flower too!
So pretty and feminine!

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