Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Bonus Video: Paperless Post Inspired Christmas Cards



Hello! Bonus video and projects this week, woo hoo!  Paperless Post reached out asking me to browse their gallery and show their fans a reinterpretation of "Christmas in Summer".  I was happy to oblige, thanks for inquiring about guest designing, what an honor! Paperless Post is a site where you can purchase beautiful, custom greeting cards and invitations to send, snail mail OR electronically. They really know how to step up the style on an e-vite! It is also a fantastic resource for us cardmakers to supplement our cardmaking and get inspiration for handmade and handstamped designs!  Just sayin'!


In today's video,  I share two clean and simple Christmas cards, inspired by two Paperless Post designs I found, using my recently released bestsellers Gifts from the Sea and Festive Frame, now available in clear! You can finish BOTH these holiday cards in less than 10 minutes, easy peasy! Elegant and easy to mass produce. The sand dollar design is so perfect for those of you who have a summertime Christmas in your part of the world!(The starfish would be adorable, too!) Please enjoy this video and browsing Paperless Post's gallery of Christmas cards! Sure to inspire you!

Here are the cards that caught my eye and immediately brought these two stamp sets of mine to mind*:


My card with Festive Frame 
(No, this design isn't summery, but I like it!):

Really perfect match, I thought!



My card with Gifts from the Sea (bringin' the summer, big time!)



 Here is the supply list for both cards:

Supplies:
Gina K. Designs Gifts from the Sea and Festive Frame stamps sets
Gina K. Designs Black Onyx, Fresh Asparagus, Christmas Pine, Dark Chocolate, Moonlit Fog premium dye and White premium pigment ink pads
Gina K. Pure Luxury White ( 5 ½” x 8 ½”, scored at 4 ¼”), Ivory (4 ¼” x 11”, scored at 5 ½” and scrap) and Kraft (4” x 5 ¼”) cardstock
Gold Pearl Liquid Pearls, red bakers twine and embroidery floss, scissors, adhesive, foam squares



Let me know in the comments below which of these cards is your favorite, or your faves in the Paperless Post gallery

Thanks for visiting today, and checking out Paperless Post !  

If you are new to my site, thanks for stopping by and I hope you will subscribe to my Youtube channel. New cardmaking videos every week!

* I would have loved to create some with my new Christmas set I just finished designing, but not yet!  Coming soon!

Monday, August 22, 2016

New Video: Seed Packet Gift Card Holder, No Template Required!


Oopsie! I see the last few weeks of summer I failed to share my most recent videos here! A good reason to subscribe to the channel, though,  I have still been uploading regularly!  Here is the latest and I will backtrack and add the others, (but YOU probably already saw them, right??)  Anyway, this seed packet holder is sooo easy to make, and certainly you can make a little envelope like this without the stamped label image and decorate it some other way, but it make it so much cuter, you know?  I went ahead and kept with the Stately Flowers 10 set and used the dogwood image with the label. Please enjoy!  Pardon me while I go get some Pop Rocks!!) Supply list on the Youtube page :)


Here is a list of fun stuff you can put in these:

Gift card
Mini card or Artist Trading Card
Cash
Pop Rocks
Drink mix
Sequins
Buttons

Glitter
Small, flat (-ish) jewelry: necklace earrings, bracelet

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Inspiration Hop, Day 2: Bella Elephant, My Island, You're So Cool, Sweet Thing, Petite Patisserie

The Cast and Crew for Gina K Designs welcomes you to another fabulous blog hop celebrating the new stamp sets from the July StampTV Release Party! We hope to inspire you with some beautiful card projects as you hop along to each of the designer’s blogs! Today, we are featuring stamp sets by Beth Silaika and Claire Brennan.  Please enjoy the gorgeous inspiration samples from the team and then comment on each blog for your chance to win a $20 Gina K Designs gift certificate! To see who won, check the Big News Forum at StampTV a few days after the hop.

The first set we are featuring is Bella Elephant by Beth Silaika. Beth has created a super cute set with the sweetest images and matching sentiments to make the perfect card project! 

White elephant, ha! Base is Moonlit Fog. Images are stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black and the Spectrum Noir markers I used are: IG2, GG2, GG3, PP1, and CR4. Love the little mouse!
Scene time! It was so fun coloring these cute animals and adding some accessories! You could make more of a scene to ground them, but sometimes I just really like my animals on a white background, like you are reading a sweet picture book, so I just added shadows. Spectrum Noir markers are: DR1, IB2, CG3, DG3, TN6, TN9, GG2, BGR4, IG3, IG4.





Next, Claire Brennan  released four amazingly beautiful stamp sets this month! My Island is like a tropical get-away, Petite
Patisserie is a sweet shop of goodness, So Cool is packed with yummy ice cream treats and Sweet Thing is a cupcake lovers dream! The two I am featuring today are My Island and Petite Patisserie.
Sun block  (ha, pardon the pun!) is stamped in GKD Tomato Soup, background stamped in Sweet Corn and sea block image in Blue Lagoon. Mahalo and palm trees are stamped in Dark Chocolate. Cardstock is Pure Luxury White, Tomato Soup and Blue Lagoon.  Love this bold, graphic design and colors together!


Sentiment and trees are stamped in GKD Black Onyx.  Cardstock is Tomato Soup, Edible Eggplant and Kraft.  Although the eggplant may look black here, this deep purple looks so cool with the Tomato Soup in real life!  Sizzles like a sunset! I brushed on wiink of Stella glitter pen over the palm branches and sponged on the Tomato Soup and Blue Lagoon at the corners, leaving the Kraft open in the middle for the sandy beach. These design just screams "OP" T-shirts from the 80's to me, and that is a god thing! Ahhh!




For this card I shared at our release, I wanted to show you *don't* have to color every little detail in the shop to make an impact!  I used DR6 and DR7 on the door and curtains, and then IG3 for the sign and shadows, and GG3 for the bistro set. For a little dimension on this single layer card, I popped up the sign and adhered a little pink seed bead for the door knob.  Small details like these really make simple designs extra special!


FINALLY! This shop is just the cutest! So fun to color and SO many fun accessories! Reminds me of all the cute Barbie mansions and Play-doh toy bake shops my friends had that I coveted when I was younger, now I have one!  Can fix it up how ever I please, yes, I can! Cardstock is Pure Luxury White and Innocent Pink.
Petite Patisserie- CLEAR


Ready for more awesome creations?! Just click on the links below for more from Gina and the Cast and Crew:



Don’t forget to pop over to the Gina K Designs Store and check out all of the new products available this month in the “What’s New” section at http://www.ginakdesigns.com.

Thank you for stopping by! :)

Monday, August 1, 2016

Inspiration Hop, Day 1: Stately Flowers 10 and French Flair

The Cast and Crew for Gina K Designs welcomes you to another fabulous blog hop celebrating the new stamp sets from the July StampTV Release Party! We hope to inspire you with some beautiful card projects as you hop along to each of the designer’s blogs! Today, we are featuring two stamp sets by
Theresa Momber and myself! Enjoy the gorgeous inspiration samples from the team and then comment on each blog for your chance to win a $20 Gina K Designs gift certificate! To see who won, check the Big News Forum at StampTV a few days after the hop.

The first set we are featuring is French Flair by Theresa Momber. Theresa illustrated this wonderful set that will leave you feeling like you may be in Paris or strolling around a gorgeous vineyard! Oo la la! You will feel so sophisticated creating with this stamp set, for all your favorite ladies, but has some wonderful imagines and greetings for masculine cards, too.

I thought it would be pretty to stamp the wine glass on Kraft cardstock in White Pigment ink, like light shining on the glass, and stamp the "Cheers" like it was etched onto the side.  You can see the hint of script through the clear glass, no need to mask! The script is really a background stamp, but I inked up just a few portions I especially liked, small though they are! Spectrum Noir DR6 and DR7 for the red wine, plus a little of the pigment pad painted on over the coloring with a water brush. Base is Pure Luxury White. Corner flourish is stamped and stamped off in GKD Kraft ink.


I showed this one at the party and it was big hit (with all you wine lovers out there anyway!) I stamped the grapes in GKD Edible Eggplant onto the Pure Luxury Cherry Red mat and sponged more eggplant on the edges.  I stamped the smaller tower in Black Onyx on Moonlit Fog cardstock and cut it out to make a little charm (get it, wine charm??) to tie on the jute. Spectrum Noir markers I used to color the wine glass and grapes are: DR6, DR7, CG3, DG4, BG3, IG3.



The second set we are featuring is my Stately Flowers 10. Here is a card with the Dogwood which  I will be demonstrating in an upcoming video, using Zig Clean Color markers and watercolor paper. You can make such gorgeous watery backgrounds with these real brush tip markers!  Base is Pure Luxury White. (Although I think I will be using Ivory, which is a better match for the watercolor paper, and so many of you liked the Ivory version better of last week's video design!)



You can make such gorgeous watery backgrounds with these real brush tip markers!  Base is Pure Luxury White. (Although I think I will be using Ivory, which is a better match for the watercolor paper, and so many of you liked the Ivory version better of last week's video design!) Finish with pearls.

I am so happy with how this Oregon Grape card turned out! Love how the orientation of this flower bunch is just perfectly shaped for nestling into corners.  I will  be demonstrating the coloring for this design in an upcoming video also! The Spectrum Noir markers I used are: Cardstock is Pure Luxury Wild Dandelion and Edible Eggplant. I used the Alison's Ribbon die plate for the trim and I think that detail goes perfectly with these little buds.

Finally, here is a scene I made with the sagebrush image, perfect for high desert and mountain scenes!  I also used one of the butterflies, love having some side facing butterflies to perch on all the flowers in this series. Grass and sponging are with GKD Jellybean, Grass Green and Fresh Asparagus. Sky is GKD Powder Blue and Blue Raspberry, and mountains are sponged in Navy.  The butterflies in this set are glasswings, really spectacular butterflies with clear panes in portions of their wings, like a gorgeous illusion showing flowers, leaves and sky peeking through! This one will be a video demo, too! Dream sentiment is from Theresa's French Flair set.

Please let me know in the comment WHICH of these Stately Flowers 10 videos you want to see FIRST!


Ready for more awesome creations?! Just click on the links below for more from Gina and the Cast  and Crew:



Don’t forget to pop over to the Gina K Designs Store and check out all of the new products available this month in the “What’s New” section at http://www.ginakdesigns.com. Thanks for visiting today, and your comments! 

Hugs and blessings,
 Melanie

Inspiration Hop, Day 1: Stately Flowers 10 and French Flair

The Cast and Crew for Gina K Designs welcomes you to another fabulous blog hop celebrating the new stamp sets from the July StampTV Release Party! We hope to inspire you with some beautiful card projects as you hop along to each of the designer’s blogs! Today, we are featuring two stamp sets by
Theresa Momber and myself! Enjoy the gorgeous inspiration samples from the team and then comment on each blog for your chance to win a $20 Gina K Designs gift certificate! To see who won, check the Big News Forum at StampTV a few days after the hop.

The first set we are featuring is French Flair by Theresa Momber. Theresa illustrated this wonderful set that will leave you feeling like you may be in Paris or strolling around a gorgeous vineyard! Oo la la! You will feel so sophisticated creating with this stamp set, for all your favorite ladies, but has some wonderful imagines and greetings for masculine cards, too.

I thought it would be pretty to stamp the wine glass on Kraft cardstock in White Pigment ink, like light shining on the glass, and stamp the "Cheers" like it was etched onto the side.  You can see the hint of script through the clear glass, no need to mask! The script is really a background stamp, but I inked up just a few portions I especially liked, small though they are! Spectrum Noir DR6 and DR7 for the red wine, plus a little of the pigment pad painted on over the coloring with a water brush. Base is Pure Luxury White. Corner flourish is stamped and stamped off in GKD Kraft ink.


I showed this one at the party and it was big hit (with all you wine lovers out there anyway!) I stamped the grapes in GKD Edible Eggplant onto the Pure Luxury Cherry Red mat and sponged more eggplant on the edges.  I stamped the smaller tower in Black Onyx on Moonlit Fog cardstock and cut it out to make a little charm (get it, wine charm??) to tie on the jute. Spectrum Noir markers I used to color the wine glass and grapes are: DR6, DR7, CG3, DG4, BG3, IG3.



The second set we are featuring is my Stately Flowers 10. Here is a card with the Dogwood which  I will be demonstrating in an upcoming video, using Zig Clean Color markers and watercolor paper. You can make such gorgeous watery backgrounds with these real brush tip markers!  Base is Pure Luxury White. (Although I think I will be using Ivory, which is a better match for the watercolor paper, and so many of you liked the Ivory version better of last week's video design!)



You can make such gorgeous watery backgrounds with these real brush tip markers!  Base is Pure Luxury White. (Although I think I will be using Ivory, which is a better match for the watercolor paper, and so many of you liked the Ivory version better of last week's video design!) Finish with pearls.

I am so happy with how this Oregon Grape card turned out! Love how the orientation of this flower bunch is just perfectly shaped for nestling into corners.  I will  be demonstrating the coloring for this design in an upcoming video also! The Spectrum Noir markers I used are: Cardstock is Pure Luxury Wild Dandelion and Edible Eggplant. I used the Alison's Ribbon die plate for the trim and I think that detail goes perfectly with these little buds.

Finally, here is a scene I made with the sagebrush image, perfect for high desert and mountain scenes!  I also used one of the butterflies, love having some side facing butterflies to perch on all the flowers in this series. Grass and sponging are with GKD Jellybean, Grass Green and Fresh Asparagus. Sky is GKD Powder Blue and Blue Raspberry, and mountains are sponged in Navy.  The butterflies in this set are glasswings, really spectacular butterflies with clear panes in portions of their wings, like a gorgeous illusion showing flowers, leaves and sky peeking through! This one will be a video demo, too! Dream sentiment is from Theresa's French Flair set.

Please let me know in the comment WHICH of these Stately Flowers 10 videos you want to see FIRST!


Ready for more awesome creations?! Just click on the links below for more from Gina and the Cast  and Crew:



Don’t forget to pop over to the Gina K Designs Store and check out all of the new products available this month in the “What’s New” section at http://www.ginakdesigns.com. Thanks for visiting today, and your comments! 

Hugs and blessings,
 Melanie

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Video: Introducing Stately Flowers 10



Hello! Today I'm introducing my newest set Stately Flowers 10 and how to make a gorgeous single layer card with ANY of the flowers from the Stately series and this new vintage seed packet image, perfectly sized for focal points on your A2 sized cards, shakers, and more!  I also show you how to reverse mask with it and simple coloring for the dogwood with alcohol markers. Please enjoy! And watch me totally confound myself over a marker!!




Sorry again for the confusion over the color in the video!! After much searching it IS supposed to be PP1, just looks much darker on the Ivory cardstock, versus the white I used for the first sample and photo (doh!) It's all good!

Oh! Two things I forgot, I'll blame it on the marker! One is to stamp the large dogwood inside in green like I did on the sample, see in the photo? The other is the single tiny dogwood flower is perfect for stamping on the back of your card like a little logo when you sign your name! :) Ill have to do that in the next video.

Stately Flowers 10 is available for purchase this Thursday, July 29th , 7PM Central at www.ginakdesigns.com !

Supplies:
Gina K Designs Stately Flowers 10
Gina K. Grass Green,  Fresh Asparagus and Memento Tuxedo Black ink pads
Gina K . Pure Luxury Base Weight White (or Ivory) cardstock (4 ¼” x 11”, scored at 5 1/2”)
Spectrum Noir markers: PP1 (or FS6), BP2, BP7, P6, CG1, DG2, DG3, IG4, EB6
Wink of Stella glitter pen, scissors, paper for masking, adhesive pearl

Which image are you most excited about? 

Monday, July 25, 2016

Bonus Video: Past Favorite Sets Now Available in CLEAR!



Hello!  Yes, you read that title right, we are replating a ton of our past rubber sets to clear, woo hoo!  Watch the video to see these brand spankin' new sets, now for purchase, I haven't inked mine yet!  Will be demonstrating all these sets in upcoming videos, but I did place cards at the top corner of the video to direct you to videos I already made with these before using the rubber versions. Please enjoy!  Be sure to leave a comment on the video and like it for a chance to win one of these cards!

Here is a list on order of all the sets and their links in the store (and all are in stock!):












New video posting the peek of my new Stately Flowers 10 set and a card will be up shortly! Release party Thursday night at StampTV! Get your shopping wishlist ready!

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Video How to Mask & Color Wrapped Branches Card



Good morning! In today’s video, I'll show you how to stamp, mask and color the line art and bold branches along with the tissue wrap container from my Fill it with Flowers stamp set (back in stock!). A beautiful masculine or anytime design, for a nature look without the flowers! I also share some tips for additional elements in the set you might have questions about. Watch to the end for an alternative layout! Please enjoy! Let me know in the comments if you prefer  "A" or "B" layout!



Supplies: 
Gina K. Designs Fill it with Flowers stamp set
Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad
Gina K Pure Luxury Honey Mustard (4 1/4" x 11", scored at 5 1/2"), Black Onyx (5 1/4" x 2 5/8"), White (3 1/2" x 4 3/4" and scrap for tag) cardstock
Spectrum Noir markers: GB6, GB7, GB8, CR2, DR7, LV2, HB2, IG2 (I'd actually recommend IG3, realized after wrapping I used IG3 on the original card!)
Adhesive and foam squares, die cutting machine and Cuttlebug Distressed Branches embossing folder, scissors, sticky notes

Thanks for visiting!

Friday, July 8, 2016

Video: Color Ink Charts and a Giveaway!



Hello! You asked for it, you got it! I created a pdf color chart ALL my viewers/readers that can use to organize both your ink pads and cardstock colors, just print and stamp (or adhere paper scraps). I show you two ways to stamp your chart, plus tips for what order to stamp them in and how to fix if you mess up a square! ( Don't start over! I did fix the ocean mist after filming!)  This is a great way to see all the beautiful colors in Gina's line, and how the inks lighten just a bit upon drying. You will reference this again and again when purchasing, creating a project, choosing a color palette, or finding a coordinating marker. Thanks for watching today and enjoy the free pdf!  


Click this link for the free pdf so you can print!



Supplies:
Color chart pdf
Gina K. ink pads
stamp that fits in the boxes (butterflies are from Triple Play Frame
white cardstock
printer

 GIVEAWAY!!!!  I'll send out a COMPLETED stamped color chart along with one of my handmade cards to the winner! Go to Youtube and  "Like" this video and comment for your chance to win! Please tell me in your comment below if you prefer A, the stamped off chart with three smaller images, or B, the full strength chart with the larger stamp image. Drawn randomly from all comments and announced in an upcoming video. Thanks for playing!

Winner of the cardstock video is announced during video so be sure to watch the whole thing to see who won! :)

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Video: How to Stamp a Banner with Twine Time and Lots of Letters 2



Hello! Today I'll show you how to stamp up a simple pennant banner using the string elements from Twine Time and the bold triangle and letters from my Lots of Letters 2 set!  Both stamp sets (currently in stock, woo hoo!) are so versatile and *together* they open up a lot of fun possibilities! So festive for a birthday or arrival of a little boy, or change up the colors and greeting for a happy “any time” card for anyone. Every day is worth celebrating. Please enjoy! Watch till the end for an alternative layout. I had so much fun making these cards for my friend and her mom (who is also my friend, new mom and new grandmom, don't forget to celebrate with the grandma!) :) You can whip this design up in 10 minutes.




Supplies:
Gina K. Designs Twine Time, Lots of Letters 2 stamp sets
Gina K. Pure Luxury Applemint (5 ½” x 8 1/2”, scored at 4 ¼”), Kraft (3 7/8” x 5 1/8”), White )4’ x 5 ¼”), and Blue Denim (3” x 3”) cardstock
Gina K. Applemint, Blue Denim, Sweet Mango, Kraft dye ink pads and Gina K. White pigment ink pad
Scissors, pop dots, adhesive pearls, Dotted Cuttlebug folder and die cutting machine



Here is the list I mentioned of short words to make:

HELLO
HI
LOVE
BABY
ITS A
OH BOY
HEY GIRL
GET WELL
JUST A NOTE
HOPE
ALL THE BEST
HAPPY
BDAY
MOM
DAD
BIG DAY
BIG 40
BRO 
SIS
BIG
WISH
HAVE
HOPE

And here is Twine Time! 
Check out my other videos with this set, love these images!




Hope you had a wonderful weekend and week is off to a great start! Hugs!

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Video: How to Make Adult Coloring Cards with Fabulous Frame


Hello! Today I'll show you how to use the frame in my Fabulous Frame set to make an adult coloring card, these are all the rage!  You will love masking your favorite images into this frame on a clean heavy weight white base, and then going crazy (or chilling out) with your favorite coloring medium.  Sentiment is from Scripty Sayings 2, the new incentive stamp set, which ships free for a limited time with an order of $75 or more.


Supplies:
Gina K. Designs Fabulous Frame and Scripty Sayings 2 stamp sets
Gina K. Black Onyx ink pad
Gina K. Pure Luxury Heavy Basewight White cardstock
Spectrum Noir markers: IB3, CG2, CG4, CR11, BP6, PL3, GB6


Hope you enjoyed this! Have a great day!  Color yourself happy! :)

PS I have selected a winner randomly form the giveaway!  Announcing it in my next video, just need to add some edits and it will be posted shortly, sharing ink pad colors this time, woo hoo!  AND a new giveaway... :)

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Video and Giveaway!

The giveaway is closed, but it's stilla great resource video.  Please see this video for coordinating ink colors and for winner of the cardstock sampler giveaway.  And, I have a NEW giveaway in that link!


Hey everyone! I hit 6000 subscribers and am celebrating with a fun giveaway for all my viewers!  Check out this video with my favorite colors from Gina K. Designs.  Hope you find it informative and spot some of your faves, too!


You might notice a few changes in this video, although there are more changes to come  (a few things I added display properly in edit mode but not when viewing outside of that, so I have a ticket into Youtube to figure out the problem. Nothing major, just a little music and outro!  You can see it below, had to share it here, since I worked on it) 


Thanks for bearing with me and my no frills production values up until this point, I like keeping all that simple to spend more time and coming up with creative ideas for the cards, but no more, I learned some simple ways even a not tech savvy gal like me can jazz it up!  I was invited to a Youtube Creator conference here in Austin last week (for channels with over 1K subs),  and it was a great opportunity to learn more about how to improve the videos and channel and build community, so I was really thankful to attend. Here I am running in to Lydia Fielder, who also lives here and has a crafty channel like I do! In a sea of gamers and beauty vloggers, we were definitely representing! Stampers in da house!

Anyway, I will announce the winner of the cardstock package in my next video. I hope you all leave your comment *on the video* (not here) and like it and subscribe to make sure you are entered!

Happy day!

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Video: Stuff I Like: How to Apply Metallic Tats




Hey, everybody! Do you know how many emails I got about my "chain"? Wow!  So here's a little video, since I make videos. ;)


I also found a link for these on Amazon, click below. As you can see on that linked page, they are very well reviewed, 4.5 star average, and are from Hot Jewels (but fulfilled by Amazon), not a knock off. (To address the negative review, no, you do not need a heavy duty scrubber to remove.  Baby oil is great, just rub off with your poof in the shower. Promise. Just sayin'!)




Mmmkay, so right after I posted the video, they sold out, just like the stamp sets do! (but I'm sure they'll add more.) Here is another link I found for you, haven't tried this brand, but the designs look awesome, and the reviews are terrific. (I might need to add these to the cart, too. Feathers.....!)


Super cool for summer! And great for vacations, so you don't have to mess with jewelry, but still look great! Please enjoy this first "Stuff I Like" video! Yep, I like a few things other than stamps! ;)

UPDATE:  Gina just told me SHE sells them at Village Paper & Ink!  Not in the online store, though, retail location only.  But there's another endorsement! Fun times...

Monday, June 13, 2016

Video: Canvas Hydrangea


Hello! Today I will show you how to make gorgeous canvas collage texture on your mats, which is perfect for this Spectrum Noir colored hydrangea from my Fill it With Flowers set!


 Tiny Textures and a sponge dauber are all you need to create this look. one thing, I forgot to add the pearl you see on one flower in the finished sample before I cut!  This one small detail adds so much!


So...Fill It with Flowers is now SOLD OUT, (more on order don't worry!) but it will be out for a few weeks while we await the shipment, but you can recreate this design with any of my other Stately Flowers sets, making your flower of choice the focal point as well as on the stamped background. Here is one I did with Stately Flowers 8, jessamine and greeting on the mat, and iris stamped on the pink background.



Which do you prefer? (Layout slightly different as well, options, baby!)

Please enjoy! I hate to tease you with this video if you hadn't bought it yet, but wanted to share anyway for those who just bought or are awaiting it's arrival. Again, it will be back in stock soon, StampTV will send an update when it's back to subscribers!

Supplies:
Gina K. Designs Fill It with Flowers, Tiny Textures stamp sets
Gina K. Pure Luxury Sweet Corn, White, Innocent Pink cardstock
Gina K. Honey Mustard, Innocent Pink, Sweet Corn, Applemint ink pads
Spectrum Noir markers- CR2, CR4, CG1, DG3,
Spectrum Aqua marker-Moss (essentials)
Sponge dauber, adhesive, acrylic blocks, white gel pen




Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Cup of Hydrangeas


More Fill it With Flowers inspiration! I made several cards when my set first arrived and photographed them lying on my desk to how Gina what I had so far. This one never got staged for the blog, I sold it at the craft fair (and realized as I was selling it, "um...shoot, I never.. oh well...please enjoy!" The first part, just in my head, of course!)

Card is colored with Spectrum Noir markers: TB3, TB5, TB6, CR3, CR1, DR1, LG5, JG1, IG1, IG2. I added a stamped tag, greeting, and the bow to the handle, and used a white gel pen to add the teeniest highlight ot the base to show the curve. Love how this turned out! Base is GKD Pure Luxury Applemint.


Hope you are having a great week so far, halfway to Friday!

Thanks for visiting!