Yee Haw! New stamps are in the Kitchen!

Today 4 New Stamps are available, along with free shipping has dropped to $45. on all orders (for two days only).

See What’s New – HERE

Plus, I finally get to show what was cooking in Houston at our Kitchen Sink Stamps workshop!  Cowboys and Bluebonnet Wildflowers! Yee-Haw!!!

Multi Step Cowboy Hat

Cowboy-Hat-sample-wtrmk

Multi Step Cowboy Boots

Cowboy-Boots-sample-wtrmk

Multi Step Bluebonnets

Bluebonnets-sample-wtrmk

Multi Step Texas Long Horn

Texas-Longhorn-sample-wtrmk


I apologize for being so rushed… we had some rain today which has caused a brown out and I am racing the little signal that tells me how much battery life I have left! (geeze!) Will be back with more info and color recipes for the Cowboy Boots when I have full power.

See what the KS Crew has created today

AngelaConnie Julie LisaLynnMakiko

Happy Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday!

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Materials – Stamps: Multi Step Cowboy Boots from Kitchen Sink Stamps.
Paper: Color Connect Stripe Ivory from The Paper Co. Chocolate Chip and Close to Cocoa – Su! Kraft and Vintage Cream – Papertrey.
Ink: Boots: Step #4 Pearl. Chocolate – Brilliance, Step #3 London Fog – Memento, Step #2 Pearl. Beige – Brilliance, Step #1 Pearl. Beige stamp off 1x – Brilliance, Step #5 Onyx Black – VersaFine.
Sentiment: VersaMark with White embossing powder – then with duaber and Pearl. Beige – Brilliance, rub over embossed type. Edges sponged with Jumbo Java – VersMagic.
Embellishments: Stars & Label Eleven – Nestabilities. Hardware – from We R Memory Keepers. Twine.

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7 thoughts on “Yee Haw! New stamps are in the Kitchen!

  1. Fabulous card, Maria!! Perfect in every way from the torn edging to the copper corner!!

    I sure hope the Texas girls leave a few stamps for the rest of the planet!

    Congratulations on a sensational release!

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  2. Looks like you girls had tons of fun in Texas. So when pray tell will you be bringing a workshop to Colorful Colorado? Specifically the Denver area? I would love to be able to attend a workshop, but travel for me is usually out of the question. i’m sure if we all put our heads together we could come up with some fantastic stamps for this area like yall did with the Texas ones. Those are great by the way. I think they are perfect for so many applications. I’m glad you had a good time and I can’t wait to get some of these stamps inky.

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