Surprise Lupins

… it’s KSS Monday!

(sort of … in my house it is) 😉

For my family, the chaotic first week back to school is now behind us. I survived! 😉  Today, I am trying to catch up on last Friday’s color recipe + a little surprise … HA! – only the surprise was on me!

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Bluebonnets are wildflowers

and a sweet pint size version to their bigger cousin, the Lupin.

My surprise is to share a bouquet of Lupins using the mini set,

Multi Step Bluebonnets.

While writing this post,  I was shocked to discover that I have never posted a card or project using Multi Step Bluebonnets … NOTHING, NADA, NOT EVER!

How can this be??? This set was created in 2010 for a KSS Workshop held in Texas (Texas’ state flower is the Bluebonnet). After the workshop, I showed a stamped sample of Bluebonnets with Multi Step Cowboy Boots, but that was it!!!  Poor sweet Bluebonnets! 😦

Multi Step Bluebonnets color recipe can be found HERE.

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blue-bonnet-lupins

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Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful week!

Don’t forget to check out what the KS Crew has cooked up for you yesterday!

Connie  • Julie  • Lisa  • Lynn  • Tammy

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Stamps: Multi Step Bluebonnets from Kitchen Sink Stamps. 
Paper: Solar White Classic Crest from Neenah. Olive Ruche from Paper Temptress. Kiwi Kiss, Elegant Eggplant and Marigold Morning from SU!
Inks: (all Memento Inks) – Please see Multi Step Bluebonnets Color Recipe for the 4 different color variations used.
Embellishments: Petite & Petite Scalloped Ovals Nestabilities from Spellbinders. Barely Banana grosgrain ribbon from SU!
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