Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Never Trust a Skinny Cook!

"Never Trust a Skinny Cook"! Don't you just love that sentiment? It just cracks me up!

Today I'm reviewing the new April release from Paper Makeup Stamps called Tina's Kitchen.
The apron is from Tina's Kitchen and is actually two stamps. You can mix and match the different apron pieces to get different styles of apron. I stamped it (using a stamp-a-ma-jig) right onto the dp called Nana's Kitchen from DCWV. I cut it out and glued it onto a piece of groovy guava cut and embossed with a nestie. This sketch screamed to be stitched, but the dp was too thick for my machine, and the needle kept coming unthreaded!

I used the sketch from Taylored Expressions for my layout, but turned it on its side.

Katie and Christi have some great creations for you to see on the PMS blog using Tina's Kitchen and another great set called Guilty Pleasures, so hop over there to take a peek. Thanks for stopping in today!

Recipe
Stamps: Tina's Kitchen and Guilty Pleasures (PMS)
Paper: Neenah white, groovy guava, Nana's kitchen (DCWV)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black
Accessories: Nesties, stamp-a-ma-jig, buttons, thread, groovy guava stitched ribbon, dimensionas

8 comments:

dictionar german said...

Hahaha "Never Trust a Skinny Cook" it is sooo funny. Thank you Lisa >:D<

Cheryl said...

Great card! Love the Paperpeiced apron and the bright, pretty colors of the dp!
The buttons add the homey touch and the sentiment (as always) is perfect!

Crystal said...

OOOOOOWEEEEEE this is awesome love these fab colors and layout girl!!! AWESOME card!

Tina said...

OMGosh girl, this is just fabulous! I am loving the piecing and those fun papers.

Silke Ledlow said...

The sentiment is fun...and so true..LOL!!! Super cute card Lisa!!! Hugs ~S~

Shaela said...

love the floral paper you pieced the apron with!

Dawn B. said...

Lisa this is such a great apron.. I was looking around last week for a stamp like that.. Great colors and combination of paper...

Stampin' Pam said...

What a Great card Lisa - love love the sentiment for sure! ANd your colors are "da bomb" - Way to go!

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