Sunday, July 13, 2008

CPS #73 Brought to you by Kitchen Sink Stamps

This weeks sketch is brought to you by Kitchen Sink Stamps! Designers will be featuring images from the entire Kitchen Sink Stamps line, you are in for some fun variety! Enjoy!

CPS #73

Designer: Linda Beeson
Rubber stamps courtesy of KITCHEN SINK STAMPS 3 step Hibiscus set
Stamp pads – Ancient Page and Fluid Chalk/Clearsnap
Cuttlebug embossing plate – Provo Craft

Thank you card
Designer: Charity Hassel
stamps: Kitchen Sink 3 Step Daisy
ink: colorbox, close to my heart
patterned paper: We are memory keepers, SEI
jewels: swarovski crystals.

Happy Birthday
Designer Laura Williams
stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps
cardstock, ink, brads - Close To My Heart
sticker - Pebbles Inc.
pen - Sharpie
glitter glue - Stickles


kes said...

wow am I first.
Here is mine

Marie said...

LOVE your cards. This is a great sketch. I just love KSS (Maria is great!) and you are so lucky to get her stamps to make these cards. I didn't really think about how you get the stamps from the companies for each sketch that's sponsored until now. Fun stuff!!!

Tracy Durcan said...

I love this sketch and your cards are GORGEOUS!!! Here's mine :)

Dee Jackson aka StampincuzIluv2 said...

All the cards this week are awesome!! I really like the use of the words as a background. This was a really fun sketch:) Here's mine.

Lisa642 said...

Here's mine!! Great sketch this week, perfect for a simple card, which I am not always very good at.

Tracey said...

Great sketch, different. Great cards from DT.

My card is here:

Tammy Hershberger said...

Woo hoo for Kitchen Sink Stamps! The greatest company to be a designer for!

Here's my card...

Thanks a bunch to CPS!

Sue at StampnDaly said...

I was not sure if I was going to enter this one but here it is.

I made my own clipart background paper for it.

Jenny Mick said...

Super cute sketch! I had fun with this one. Mine is for a 3 year old birthday party, so it is definitely "childish".

meredith said...

I like this one!! I'm one behind, here's mine for #72:

Hoping to do #73 too sometime this week. Thanks for ANOTHER great sketch!!

Ashley said...

Great sketch! I'll have to try this!

shelly said...

fun sketch! what awesome cards!
heres my take on this weeks challenge. thank you for looking :)

Kathy said...

Here's mine

Dee Jackson aka stampincuzIluv2 said...

This sketch is so cool!! I had to make another one:) Thanks so much for the inspiration.

rudlis said...

Wow, beautiful cards, I like this Lindy Beeson

Radiogirl said...

Very cool sketch:

Julie Masse said...

Your cards are beautiful this week! LOVE my Kitchen Sink Stamps!! Thanks for the inspiration! Here's my card:

Holly Card

Linda said...

These stamps are the most fun to work with! SOOOOO glad that Kitchen Sink Stamps decided to sponsor us this week!

Barb said...

here is my card - wish I had some Kitchen Sink stamps to play with - hint hint.


Annie said...

The DT cards are gorgeous, and those stamps are divine!

Here is my take on the sketch:

Jeja said...

Great sketch! Love the cards from the DT. Here´s my take at the sketch:

TesaB said...

LOVE the sketch! Made a simple birthday card. Here it is:

Tobi Crawford said...

here's mine. had a lot of fun with it!!

Looby said...

fab sketch as always!!

Here's my card

Lou x

Annapurna said...

Lovely samples. I guess I turned the sketch a bit.
You can see my weed card here

Carol said...

Used all my new SU stuff that came yesterday!

Juliana Swanson said...

Here is mine:


Maren said...

Love ALL the inspiration this week!!
Here is mine:

Kitchen Sink Stamps said...

What a great sketch and fabulous samples of inspiration all week! What a fun week this has been! :D

Many thanks to Tami and all the kind and talented ladies of CPS! :D - Maria

OK, so... I had to play along too! :D
Here is mine:

Parker and Emma's Mom said...

Just in the knick of time - here is mine!

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