8.09.2010

KS Monday – Aug 9th, 2010

 

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Hello and happy Kitchen Sink Monday everyone~

Another new week starts and I can feel it’s going to be one busy week for me…school shopping, cheer & football practices, some deadlines to finish and swimming “To-Do” lists ;)

 

I decided to create a clean & simple card for today’s KS Monday using Multi Step Trees. I don’t think I have used the set as much as I’d like to, but every time I stamp the tree images, I get goose bumps…they are so realistic and amazing! Kudos to Maria!! I stamped the sentiment using Words for Comfort & Joy and embellished with the seam biding ribbon & button.

 

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These are the steps I did for each image:
(Tree) 2nd – SU wild wasabi, 1st – SU pear pizzazz, 3rd – SU old olive / SU creamy caramel for the trunk, 4th – early espresso

 

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Be sure to check out what other KS Crews are cookin’ today!!

Angela * Connie * Julie * Lisa * Lynn * Maria

 

Don’t forget to save the date for Kitchen Sink Stamps Houston, TX workshop in Oct 8th and 9th!! More details to come soon!!

 

 

Stamps: Multi Step Trees, Words for Comfort & Joy (KSS) 
Paper:  wild wasabi, early espresso (SU), heavenly white (PaperTemptress)
Ink: wild wasabi, pear pizzazz, old olive, early espresso, creamy caramel (SU)
Accessories: ribbon, button, vintage twine 

Tools: CB embossing folder

 

 

Thank you for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!!

Maki

13 comments:

jhet said...

Lovely card, Maki! Thanks for sharing!

velta said...

Oh my word Maki...did you use flower soft on this one? it looks to real I want to reach out and touch it...Beautiful work girl...just gorgeous!

Susie said...

This is really beautiful but some time could you do a little photo tutorial of this image - I'm such a visual person and it would help me understand how you got this so gorgeous.

Robin Kirkpatrick said...

Wow - stunning card. Love your ribbon treatment!

Lisa Somerville said...

Stunning use of color! The added ribbon treatment and embossing are wonderful accents!

Connie M. said...

Oh this is such a calming card, Maki! Love the bit of sponged ground, and that bow is AMAZING!!

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz said...

Makiko san, this is stunning!!! Your colors on that tree make it look so real...and that seam binding you've dyed....WOW!!! You go girl!!! Did you use re-inkers? Have a great day my friend!! Hugs, Sabrina

Lynn McAuley said...

I am getting out my stuff to case this beauty today!!! What a sensational design, Makiko!!

Silke Ledlow said...

Maki your tree is WOW..it looks very real!!! Hugs ~S~

Liz Williams said...

Awesome tree and what a wonderful card/

Julie Masse said...

Just beautiful Maki! The tree is so life-like and just wonderful! :)

Angela Knopf said...

Such simple elegance. I love the beautiful colors and the big delicious ribbon is masterfully entwined. WOW!

redstamper7 said...

The tree looks so real. Amazing!! TFS!

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