Monday, February 23, 2009

Kitchen Sink Monday: Refrigerator Art

For this week's Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday, Lynn challenged us to take a favorite quote and make it into "refrigerator art" by printing it out, putting it on a magnet, and embelllishing it with KSS images.

I spent a little while thinking before deciding on this quote about teaching: "It is not so much what is poured into the student, but what is planted by the teacher that really counts."

I cut the scalloped rectangle panel first and used that as a guide to cut my magnet sheet down to fit the panel. I cut another rectangle to use for the quote. I printed the sentiment on a piece of plain white copy paper to check for size, then used temporary adhesive to place my cardstock rectangle over the printed sentiment on the copy paper. I ran the copy paper with the cardstock through my printer again to get the placement as I wanted it to be.

I used the smaller carnation image from the 3 Step Get Well Teddy set to decorate my quote panel. I went with a mostly monochromatic color scheme with just a pop of green in the stems. Since I don't want the panel to be too heavy for the magnet, the only embellishment I added was a piece of white satin ribbon.

For more refrigerator art samples, you can visit the rest of the talented KSS Crew Members. Here's where you can find them:


Materials Used:
3 Step Get Well Teddy stamp set, Pearlescent Orchid Brilliance ink (Kitchen Sink Stamps); rectangle and scalloped rectangle dies (Nestabilities); Regal Rose, Rose Red, Certainly Celery, and Old Olive Classic inks, Pretty in Pink and Pink Pirouette cardstock (Stampin' Up!); white satin ribbon (Target); magnet sheet

7 comments:

  1. Oh I LOVE this Lori! What a fabulous teacher gift this would make! That quote is perfect! Love your flowers and your scalloped edges!

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  2. I love this monochromatic magnet! (I almost used the carnations today too.) What a great saying you chose too. What a fabulous card Lori!

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  3. Very pretty Lori!! What a great quote!! :)

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  4. I love this, Lori! What a fabulous quote!

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  5. I love these gorgeous pink carnations!! Beautiful work on today's challenge!!

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  6. Beautiful Lori! Great colors and I love your quote!

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  7. Fabulous quote Lori!!! love the way the carnations are growing to go with your quote. :D

    Fabulous!!

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