Another tree in the Kitchen for Monday

snowflake-treeIt is Monday, which means the Kitchen is FULL of inspiration!

I had so much fun with my gold emboss tree [HERE], that I wanted to make a silver one! 😀 With a little masking and the largest stamp from the Snow Flurry set, I had a quick tree. 😀

The first photo is a bit deceiving (it was taken last night-yucky lighting). The snowflake tree is not white embossed, but silver. The falling snow is embossing powder Iridescent Ice with a drop shadow stamped again on top using VersaMark only for added dimension. The second photo was taken this morning, and the tree looks a little more like silver… NOTE: I just had to change the side sentiment… I think it works a bit better. 😀revsnowflake-tree

This Monday has an added BONUS! Are you looking for a gift to make? Then you will want to check out what Lori Tecler, has to share with us for December’s Project of the Month! A gift for ALL ages! 😀 More on Lori’s project later today.

For more Monday inspiration for the Holidays from Kitchen Sink Stamps, please check out what the talented KS Crew has created.

Kitchen Sink Crew:
Nicole Cooke
Tammy Hershberger
Dee Jackson
Angela Knopf
Julie Masse
Lynn McAuley
Lori Tecler – December’s Project of the Month


revsnowflake-tree-close-upMaterials – Stamps: Snow Flurry from Kitchen Sink Stamps. Paper: Silver Metallic, White Whisper, Night Navy and Pacific Point from SU! Ink: VersaMark with Fine Detail Silver EP from Ranger. Iridescent Ice EP from SU! Pacific Point and Baja Breeze from SU! Embellishments: Silver buckle from We R Memory Keepers. Navy velvet ribbon from Michael’s. Rhinestones, pearl and snowflake brad from my stash.