Friday, November 6, 2009

Kitchen Sink Crew Challenge #19


I loved all these Christmas goodies in the new Multi Step Build a Garland by Kitchen Sink. Lisa had a great sketch to use. I decided to go with riding hood red and soft suede for the card stock colors because of the gingerbread men and the peppermint. The candy striped paper from Basic Grey help repeat the striped pattern for the card.
Ink colors used were all Memento inks: ladybug, rich cocoa, dessert sand. I used my new Martha Stewart punch for the edge of the red panel. Frosted lace Stickles add the little touch of icing trim for the gingerbread men, and the little reddish beads make great buttons and eyes. The rhinestone squares give it a finishing touch. Check out those new Kitchen Sink Christmas stamps. They will bring merriment to your season!!!

8 comments:

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

So cute, great colors and layout.

Lynn said...

Love these sweet Christmas treats you have used to complete the sketch challenge!! What a delightful holiday card!!

Thanks for being such a faithful fan and joining us in the challenges!! We love seeing your work!!

TexasGrammy said...

What a yummy creation! Sooooo sweet, Liz!

~Bev

Lisa Somerville said...

Great take on the sketch Liz, what a beautiful Holiday card. Love the use of the Stickles on the Gingerbread men. Thanks for playing along with us at Kitchen Sink Stamps.

Connie M. said...

This is just adorable, Liz!! Love your little guys and the yummy looking candy!!! Great use of the sketch!

Shelley said...

Hey Liz!
What a great card! I like the brown backdrop to the red and white conrasting colors. And those gingrbread men are cute, cute, cute! Thanks for the inspiration to get baking--right after I finish stamping....

Deb said...

So cute, Liz! Sparkly sweet! ;)

Kitchen Sink Stamps said...

What a yummy card Liz... so cute too! Always a joy to see what you've cooked up for the crew challenges... so glad you play along with us!!! Awesome job! :)