Love Multi Step Stamping with Misti

… is just a few of my favorite things!

But before I break into song …  which I could easily start singing because TODAY is a BIG DAY at Kitchen Sink Stamps … but, you will have to keep reading to find out why.

First, it is true, there are few stamping tools I have grown to truly LOVE and would never want to part with … one is my Silhouette electronic cutting machine and the other is the MISTI!

The MISTI makes it so much easier lining up each step when multi-step stamping and a dream when stamping multiples of the same card! I would have to work really hard to get 3 sunflowers precisely in a row without using the MISTI, and no way could I stamp an exact duplicate of the same card as I did here!

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And what could I love more than multi-step stamping with the MISTI… but have a super FUN 
BLOG HOP together with My Sweet Petunia (the creator of the MISTI)!

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Everyone who comments on every stop on the hop will be entered to win one of two prizes – winner’s choice of an original or mini MISTI, and a $50 gift certificate from Kitchen Sink Stamps.

Winners will be announced on October 3rd on My Sweet Petunia blog and on my blog here.

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Raita Maria Sabina
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That isn’t all … Today, Kitchen Sink Stamps is celebrating their 10th Birthday with a Big Anniversary Sale!

35% off all items in stock

Free Shipping at $65 (US Only)
(Sale Excludes Out of Stock and Special Order/Retired Items)
Sale Dates: Sept. 25th – 29th (midnight PDT)

Coupon Code:  KSSDECADE

Thanks for stopping by and remember to visit each stop on the hop to be entered to win either the prize from My Sweet Petunia or from Kitchen Sink Stamps.

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Stamps: Multi Step Sunflowers, and  3 Step Get Well Teddy (sentiment) from Kitchen Sink Stamps.

Paper: Classic Crest (Kraft) Environment Desert Storm from Neenah and Soft Sky from SU!

Inks: (Memento Inks unless noted): Sunflower: (petals) Step #3a – Potter’s Clay, Step #2a – Tangelo, Step #1a – Dandelion, (center) Step #5a – Espresso Truffle, Step #4a – Olive Grove. Stem with Leaf: Step #4 – Grape Jelly, Step #3 – Olive Grove, Step #2 – Pistachio, Step #1 – Desert Sand. Single Leaf: Step #3 – Grape Jelly, Step #2 – Olive Grove, Step #1 – Pistachio. Lady Bug: Step #3 – Grape Jelly, Step #2 – Rhubarb Stalk, Step #1 Lady Bug. Sentiment: Espresso Truffle.

Embellishments: Ribbon from my stash.

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60 thoughts on “Love Multi Step Stamping with Misti

  1. Congratulations, Maria, on your 10th anniversary with Kitchen Sink Stamps. Your creative sets are like no others out there. They picture the images with photographic perfection making them look so absoltely real. I agree completely how a MISTI is the number one tool to use with multilayering stamping. You two companies complement each other perfectly.

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  2. Congrats on 10 years! I love these stamps and I’m glad to see other companies trying to copy them. However, they’ve got a long way to go before they match the quality and detail of KSS stamps. Maria, your images are truly the gold standard in multi-step stamping!

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  3. Hello and congrats on your achievement! How awesome, 10 years! I am just learning about your product so I will have to visit your website and see what’s in store. Good time to try you out as well, as you are having a SALE.. Who doesnt like a SALE. Thank you so much..

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  4. Wow, my dear sweet friend, what a journey this has been. We have had so many fabulous times together, but none so fabulous as our trip to Georgia and Texas. Looking forward to many more trips with tons of laughter and fun. Congratulations on a decade of fabulous stamping.

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  5. Happy anniversary and congratulations ! I think my Misti is the best match with your fabulous stamps, multi-layered stamping is so easy with it…..

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  6. 10! How did I not know this, have I been under a ROCK! CONGRATULATIONS! However, I am excited to have found you today! Maria, your card is amazing and I agree, without a MISTI there a a LOT of things I would not be able to achieve.
    I took a moment from the hop to quickly browse through your floral’s in your store and I am loving the multi step flowers. I will def. be back for a closer look at everything there.
    Thanks for the chance to win, I would love to have a chance to try your products!

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  7. Congrats on 10 years! I just found your blog and store. Such lovely images unlike any other. I’ll be adding my address to your emailing list so I can drool over your products. Best of luck to you in the future😊

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  8. So first of all obviously, happy birthday ! Second, that’s a gorgeous card ! Sunflowers are one of my favorites flowers to stamp and the color combo you choose is perfect. Thanks for this hop and your generosity.

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  9. Happy 10th anniversary to KSS!! I sometimes think I’m the only stamper left who hasn’t tried a Misti, and I can see how the combination of Misti and layered stamps would be perfect. These sunflowers are gorgeous and perfect for fall!

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  10. Sunflowers are such a wonderful fall flower and always bring a smile to my face. Maria your card showcases these three images so beautifully! Love this card with its whimsical sentiment and CAS style. Thanks for sharing and congrats on your 10 years…..awesome!

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  11. Love your card – the colors are so realistic.
    Congrats on your 10th Anniversary – Thanks for the chance of winning some of your amazing stamps:)

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  12. Congratulations on 10 years of wonderment and cheer that you bring to the stamping family! Your stamps are so delightful, crisp and detailed ~ and this card is a shining example of the versatile beauty! And I love how well loved your stamps are 🙂 Beautiful post – Blessings and TFS! ♥

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  13. Congratulations on 10 years! Your stamps are amazing and they were the first layered stamps I used several years ago, way before the Misti came along. I do not have a Misti yet, so still doing things the old way. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  14. Today I’m learning of the Kitchen Sink Stamps, in one word- Gorgeous! They say the first 10 years are the hardest, hope this is true for you, wish your company well.
    I love the idea of the MISTI, just can’t afford one. But I have to agree, your Stamps and the MISTI = Lovely products!
    XO April

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  15. I just discovered your site (I know…what rock have I been hiding under!) through Ceal, my teammate at Addicted to Stamps and More…and WOW! What a treasure trove of amazing products! Your sunflowers….swoon-inducing! Congratulations on your 10th Anniversary and thank you for the amazing give-away opportunity! I’m off to hop; afterwards, I’m going to stroll your shop very, very slowly! So much to admire!
    ~carol

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  16. I too, love multi-step stamping! It makes it easier for those of us that don’t quite have the talent to shade and create depth on our own. Thanks for your share and post! Happy stampin”

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  17. Wow…10 years…congratulations. I love the card you created, and you’re right, it would be nearly impossible without the MISTI. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  18. The first set I used was Trees, I could not believe how beautiful my cards turned out. Since then I have purchased several more, and I love them all. Also Happy Anniversary.

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  19. Congrats and Happy 10th Anniversary! I missed out on the sale, so I would love to WIN! LOL and so would everyone else : ) Your sunflower stamp is gorgeous- love the idea to stamp 3 in a row!

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  20. I’m from Kansas so naturally I love our state flower, the sunflower. I live on a farm so have a lot if them. You did a totally awesome job! Fantastic!

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