Wednesday, February 3, 2010


I'm trying out for the Kitchen Sinks Crew Challenge #22.  I love their stamps and have wanted to start making myself use them more often.  They are great!  Here's my first:

Makiko has challenge everyone to use plain paper instead of DSP.  I love using the Scor Pal and the new MS Scoring Board to give my cardstock that extra punch so this challenge is right up my alley.  Lots of times I use it on design paper and that is truly pretty.


Card Stock ~ Garden Green, Whisper White

Stamp Sets ~ KS Tulip Garden

Ink ~ SU's Rose Red, Riding Hood Red, Puyrely Pomegranate,
        Bravo Burgandy. Versafine Imperial Purple. Memento's
        Dandelion, Desert Sand, Cottage Ivy.

Accessories ~ MS Scoring Board, Grosgrain Ribbon,
                    Nestabilities Labels Seven


Lisa Somerville said...

Beautiful card Penny - love the scoring you did on your white card stock to add texture!

Kitchen Sink Stamps said...

Beautiful card Penny! beautiful colors for the tulips... love your ribbon treatment to pull your bouquet together! Thanks for playing along with us! :)

Lynn said...

I love your gorgeous tulips and this sensational layout!! Your knotted ribbon looks like a little fence around your beautiful tulip garden!! Awesome work, Penny!!

Thanks for sharing your wonderful card with Kitchen Sink Stamps!!

Angela Knopf said...

What a gorgeous card Penny! Thanks for playing along with us. I love the double ribbons and your scored background. Too cute!

Makiko Jones said...

Those tulips are beautiful, Penny!! I love the scoring detail on the white background and yellow ribbon! Thank you for playing along with us. Clean beautiful card!

Connie said...

So beautiful, Penny!! Love the look of all the white and the stunning tulip colors! Showcases them beautifully!! Thanks for playing this month with KSS!!

Dee Jackson said...

beautiful card and colors Penny!!