This week Vicki Dutcher and I are hosting the Mod Squad Challenge. Our challenge is RIBBON, RIBBON! WHO'S GOT THE RIBBON? We are asking players to us ribbon somewhere on their card. Easy, peasy, right?
One of our sponsors is the wonderful stamp company
Kitchen Sink Stamps offers us a discount CODE: ModSquad15.
These stamps are amazing. Most have a multi-stamp feature that lets you get great detail in your images using several colors. There is real dimension with a 3-D effect! And one of the best features of this stamp company is that there are color recipes for most of the multi-step stamps, so you don't have to guess what colors to use. There are even alternative colors if you don't have the inks that are suggested. Maria from Kitchen Sink Stamps is a member of our Mod Squad Challenge Facebook Group so feel free to say Hi or ask any questions.
A $25 GIFT CERTIFICATE to the store.
You can pick your own goodies and there are lots of choices!
Here's my card:
I have a lovely little die from Marianne Designs called Christmas Bauble. It's very detailed, and is gorgeous cut with metallic paper. Here I have cut it in gold and then backed it with some watercolored background paper I found in my stash. The Kitchen Sink Stamps are from the set called Build a Garland. Isn't that ribbon multi stamp gorgeous? There are four separate stamps used to create the dimension. I stamped the ribbon and then fussy cut it out and glued it to the bauble. I also used that same stamp set to create the pine bough behind the bauble. And then the final touch was to splatter it with gold watercolor. I love how this turned out.
Here are the Ingredients:
SU Rich Razzleberry Card Stock
GKD Red Hot and White Card Stock
Recollections Mercury Glass Card Stock
Marianne Designs Christmas Bauble Die
Stash Gold Mirror Card Stock
Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi-Step Build a Garland
Kitchen Sink Stamps Never a Loss for Words
Fine Tech Watercolor Paint in Gold
Thanks for stopping by, and don't forget to head on over to The Mod Squad Blog Challenge and play along. I can't wait to see your wonderful creations, and I adore your comments.