12.05.2011

KS Monday–Trees for Holiday

 

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Hello and happy Monday everyone~

I think it’s about time for us to finish all holiday cards and send them to people we care…but I just had to make a couple more for Kitchen Sink Monday!!

 

I used Multi Step Pine Trees for both cards.

The big pine trees are stamped as following these steps:  4th – SU early espresso,  3rd – always artichoke, 2nd – always artichoke (1 x stamp off), 1st – SU pear pizzazz.

The smaller trees on the scenery card were used the same recipe with the big tree but I also stamped off each step.

 

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This card was designed with the sketch from Clean & Simple Stamping (FTL169). The greeting is from 3 Step Poinsettia.

I added the liquid pearls on the tree.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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For this card, I used masked with the torn sticky sheets to create the snow bunks. The bunks and sky were sponged with ink. Then I stamped the trees on the back first and big tree on the front. I stamped the greeting from Ready 4 Any Holiday set. To finish off, I simply paper pierced the both side of the greeting horizontally.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

[Happy Holiday card]

Stamps: Multi Step Pine Trees, 3 Step Poinsettia (KSS) 
Paper: early espresso (SU), heavenly white (PaperTemptress), designer paper (EP)  
Ink:  early espresso, always artichoke, pear pizzazz (SU), Memento tuxedo black (Tsukineko), Distress Ink old paper, tea dye (Ranger) 
Accessories: liquid pearl 
Tools: circle Nestabilities

 

[Holiday Greeting card]

Stamps: Multi Step Pine Trees, Ready 4 Any Holiday (KSS) 
Paper: wild wasabi, early espresso (SU), heavenly white (PaperTemptress)  
Ink:  early espresso, always artichoke, pear pizzazz (SU), Memento tuxedo black (Tsukineko), Distress Ink weathered wood, broken china (Ranger)  
Accessories: none 
Tools: paper piercing tools

 

 

Thank you for stopping by. Have a wonderful week!

Maki

9 comments:

Erin Smetak said...

WOW!!! Your cards look like they came right off the Hallmark shelf! Absolutely STUNNING!!!

Lynn McAuley said...

What beautiful work with this Christmas pines, Makiko!! These two holiday cards are absolutely gorgeous!!

Julie Masse said...

Oh my I love that snow scene card- it's amazing!! You sure know how to work a sponge girl!! LOVE them both! :)

Paula Fuller said...

These cards are so gorgeous and elegant.

Charlene Merrick (LilLuvsStampin) said...

I saw your beautiful cards on SCS and had to check out the details. Your trees in the snow scene look so real! Thanks for sharing the details!

Lisa Somerville said...

Beautiful holiday cards, love the snowy tree scene!

Auntie Em said...

Your cards are so beautiful and rich looking. I love the way you created the scenery and the depth in the layers.
Thank you for sharing! :)

Pati said...

Beautiful trees! Love the scenic look, they're so real! I could stare at them, so peaceful, serene.

Debbie said...

These are both beautiful!!! I really like the CAS one!!

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