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Just wanted to say Hi! I'm a newbie (for sure). I first discovered KSS on Lynn McAuley's blog - and just fell in love. I finally ordered some and really am enjoying them. My only problem is that I WANT THEM ALL! I'm going to attempt to load my first photo to the member gallery!
I am so excited to find that you made your way over here today, Lynn!! Welcome to our little Kitchen Sink world!!
I'm sorry that you are having trouble loading your photo to your member's gallery. Hopefully we can find the problem and help you get it fixed.
Welcome to KSS, Lynn H. I'm a new member here as well and I feel your pain. Every time I look through the stamp sets, my shopping list gets longer and longer! I can't wait to see your creations.
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Welcome, Lynn!! Hehehe! You have the same problem as me!! I WANT THEM ALL TOO! So glad to see you started a gallery to...gonna go take a look!
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just wanted to say hi and I am looking forward to learning more about stamping and can't wait to look at all the wonderful creations you all make. I hope to be inspired by all of you
Hi, wanted to say I love your multi step stamps. I agree with Gina, "I hope to be inspired by all of you".
Hello i am Rowan from Canada and just joined this forum to learn many new things here and share some things with you and want to views forum members, I hope all forum members are more friendly and this is my first post just introduce myself and say to hello to all.
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Welcome! So glad you could join us!
I personally think everyone here is friendly!
We love to share our passion for multi step stamping... and all stamping and paper crafts.
Please don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions or share your inky creations.
We look forward to getting to you and creative stamping side!
Just wanted to say hello and introduce myself. I have been stamping and scrapbooking for many years but recently it has become a great stress reliever and I spend much more time getting inky. Found KSS through Lynn McAuley's blog. The multi step stamps look awesome and I can hardly wait for my package to arrive!
Hi Mary …
Thank you for introducing yourself and I am glad you could join us … Welcome! Lynn will be thrilled that you discovered KSS through her (amazing) blog!
I agree with you, stamping is a great stress reliever. I get stressed (and cranky) when I can't stamp … my family will confirm that statement!
I hope you find our forum and gallery as a source of inspiration and support. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask … I'm (we're) here to help.
Have an awesome inky day! - Maria
ps - your package went out to you today.
Thanks for having me! I was so happy to find ya'll yesterday and these wonderful stamps! I'm waiting on the 2 sets I ordered yesterday and excited to try them. I am totally new to 2-4 step stamping and would never have tried them until I got my Misti. I mostly make cards but I also like making and cutting things with my Silhouette Cameo. LOVE that your stamps come with the SVG's!
I just recently got acquainted with the Kitchen Sink Stamps and am loving working with them. I am a diverse type of card maker. Yes, only cards do I make except for a rare occasion when something comes up and I think I can create it with stamps. I am retired and try to get some stamping in every week if I can as I find it so pleasurable and therapeutic for me. I even started a blog after I retired so that means mostly I post about the cards I make.
I have a question for you. What is the best way to store the stamps. I don't want to get the steps mixed up. I try to place them back on the sheet right after I use them. Any ideas would be welcomed.
Good morning, Verna! Thanks so much for posting.
I keep my stamps in DVD cases. I keep the original contact sheets in a folder should I ever need to refer to them.
Here is a picture of my system in another thread:
If you click on the picture, you can get an upclose view of it.
Last edited by Lynn McAuley; 09-17-2015 at 09:53 AM.
I have also been known to actually write with a fine tip sharpie on the layers to number the order in which I want them stamped because I often demonstrate them with stampers new to layered stamping. Click on the link below to see what I mean.
I generally stamp the stamps in reverse order.