I hope you had a wonderful weekend. Kitchen Sink Stamps just released one new set, A Year of Thanks II!!! The set comes with a nice circle tin and I think it's going to be such a wonderful gift to give someone who loves to stamp :):) Oh, of course you can keep for yourself to use, lol. Go check it out the entire images in the set HERE!!
So, today is the first Monday of December -- that means it's a time for Kitchen Sink Crew Challenge!!!
This month's KS Crew challenge (KSCC#20) is hosted by Maria and she is challenging us to "Wrap it, Bag it or Tag it!!" The challenge is a perfect timing for the holiday gifts you are going to give. The deadline for the challenge is New Year's Eve eve, December 31st and 3 winners will get a gift certificate to use at Kitchen Sink online store! We hope you will play it with us.
For my project, I started from cutting two 6" circle tags with My Mind's Eye Holiday paper pack using Cricut machine. The bottom of the tags was trimmed slightly so that they could be stood up. I created the box with the same paper pack and sandwiched it with the circle tags. After attaching the silver grommets to the circle holes, I looped the red ribbon and tied the bow. The circle tags are 5 3/4" across and the box is 3" wide, 3" tall and 1 1/2" deep.
All images were stamped with Multi Step Christmas Lights. Do you know this fun set costs only $7.50 ? It's hard to see but I added Glossy Accents on each large light.
These are the steps I did for each image:
Memento inks were used for all steps
(red light) 5th - tuxedo black, 4th - london fog, 3rd - rhubarb stalk, 2nd lady bug, 1st - lady bug (1 x stamp off)
(green light) 5th tuxedo black, 4th - london fog, 3rd - cottage ivy, 2nd bamboo leaves, 1st - bamboo leaves (1 x stamp off)
Stamps: Christmas Lights (KSS)
Paper: holiday designer papers (MME), vintage cream (PTI)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, london fog, rich cocoa, rhubarb stalk, lady bug, cottage ivy, bamboo leaves, dandelion, rose bud (Tsukineko)
Accessories: ribbon, silver grommets, Glossy Accents
Tools: Nestabilities, Cricut Plantin Schoolbook cartridge
Don't forget to check out what the rest of KS Crews are cookin' for you today!!
Thank you for stopping by.