No matter where your travels take you this holiday, I hope you are gearing up for a
Today’s card, stamped using 3 Step Turkey Trot and Multi-Step Classic Old Truck, was inspired by playing along with a couple of challenges: Freshly Made Sketches (FMS113) & Color Throwdown (CTD269). I rarely get my act together in time to play along, so this was a fun treat!
Thanks for stopping by and have a Happy (and inky) KSS Monday!
Don’t forget to check out what the KS Crew has cooked up for you today.
PLUS: you’ll find additional items on sale for additional savings.
Monday, Oct. 21st, five new stamp sets will be available in the KSS store.
I needed a masculine birthday card for my 15-year-old (YIKES! I can’t believe 15!).
I knew Multi Step Grizzly Wishes, would be perfect for a fun card but not … too juvenile (YKWIM).
I am so thrilled that I could cut Mr. Grizzly out in a few minutes. (Die Cut digital down load now available online). To stamp him with party hat and noise maker … with no masking! Yahoo! Being able to shift his party hat around to exactly the right spot … Double Yahoo! 🙂
Thanks for stopping by and stay tuned for more sneak peeks … 3 more to go!
Wow, what a crazy week…
… but I still got some stamping in… thanks to the
Crew Challenge Cupboard, has been changed to KSS Crew Card Cupboard.
Today’s card was created for two challenges…
Connie’s Sketch Carte – FSCC02 and Julie’s Word of the Week – WoW2.
Hope you will join us play along. It is a great way to stock up on all the cards one needs through the year. 😉
Please remember to check what the rest of the KS Crew has cooked up for you this KSS Monday.
Paper: Bazzill Basics Brown and Striped Glazed Red. Solar White Classic Crest from Neenah. Metallic Cappuccino and Khaki Ruche from the Paper Temptress.
Embellishments: Deckled Rectangles from Nestabilities. A Starry Night edger Punch from EK Success. Gingham ribbon from Michael’s.
Happy Kitchen Sink Monday… and happy is an understatement!
This weekend was KSS’ first workshop, which was held in Warner Robins, GA. My dear friend Traci (who joined me to add a helping hand) and I, had the time of our lives!!!! It was a thrill & joy getting to meet and work with KSS Crew Members: Dee (who made all the arrangements), Lisa & Lynn (who both traveled many miles to help and share their projects at the workshop) …. along with the pleasure of getting to know and spend a full day stamping with an amazing and charming group of ladies who came to learn all they could about multi-step stamping! Thank you ALL for an incredible weekend ladies! And heartfelt thanks to Dee, Lisa, Lynn & Traci… this event couldn’t have happened without you all!:)
I promise to share photos and more details from the workshop as soon as I get home (I am probably still flying home by the time this post is published) and can download my photos (yup, left my camera USB cable at home! I knew I had forgotten something at home!).
While I was gone enjoying Georgia’s sweet southern hospitality … my 3 men (DH & 2 DS) were home having a great time too, which included an awesome Dodger game! Since it was also a Father & Sons weekend at my house, here is a belated post with a Father’s Day card that had slipped by me and I never got to share.
Materials – Stamps: 3 Step Baseball from Kitchen Sink Stamps. Paper: Barely Banana, Buckaroo Blue, Chocolate Chip and Close to Cocoa from SU! Kraft from Papertrey. Ink: (all SU!) Baseball – Step #2 Sahara Sand, Step #1 Sahara Sand stamp off 1x, Step #3 Chocolate Chip. Sentiment: Chocolate Chip. Embellishments: QuicKutzs mini stars. Stars & Deckled, Long Rectangle – Nestabilities. Silver hardware from We R Memory Keepers. Linen thread from SU! Baseball glove charm from my stash.