Good morning! The Design Team for Gina K. Designs welcomes you to another fabulous Inspiration Blog Hop! Gina and the Design Team will inspire you with many beautiful ideas, and as you hop through our blogs, make sure to leave a comment on each of them because we will choose a few random comments and those stampers will each win a grab bag of Gina K. Designs products! To see the full list of winners check the Big News Forum at StampTV a few days after the hops.
So excited to share more inspiration with you today for my new Stately Flowers 7!Stately Flower 7 Mats and Masks cut file (meaning it is the exact size of the image), cut it with the Silhouette and then stamped my image in Gina K. Fresh Asparagus ink. Don't the leaves look gorgeous in that color? (If you don't have a silhouette just cut with scissors.) Then just add a bit of green to the leaves and red flicks of color to the flower. Isn't this flower beautiful with the Watercolor Garden patterned paper? This set also contains some of my favorite greetings in the whole stately series. Best friend ever. Wouldn't you love getting a card saying that, any old day? :) Cardstock is Pure Luxury Red Hot, Black Onyx and White. Punched circles are 1 1/4 and 1 3/8".
Stately Flowers 7 Frames cut file. That is the patterned paper showing through the middle, but doesn't it look like several layers, instead of just the one piece of DP and the white frame? Stamp the image onto the cut frame and color. (I accidentally dropped the stamp so that's why I you see a bit of a double image on the leaves and stem, it's not your eyes! I just went with it!!) Cardstock is Pure Luxury White, Black Onyx and Lemon Drop. I used a black brad and stitched ribbon from one of the StampTV kits, but you can also purchase these embellishments separately, from Gina K. Designs of course!
Here is a card incorporating one of this month's new incentive stamps for a greeting (this one is free with a $75 purchase). Cardstock is Pure Luxury White, Dark Chocolate, and Little Boy Blue. I added adhesive pearls to the flourishes and corner.
I added some highlights to the roses centers with a marker. See how using clear stamps makes it so easy to stamp the rose stems together as though they are attached?
Which image from this new set is YOUR favorite? Tell me below! Please see this post if you missed video for how to color the Lady's Slipper!!
Next up we have Tami Mayberry Simple Numbers. My older son is starting middle school next month, so I made him an encouragement card commemorating "the big day" (oh, boo hoo!!!) I like using the circle image to separate the month, day and year this way. His school colors are purple, white and yellow (with a black Scottie dog mascot) which determined my color palette, and I added the CB Diamond Plate embossing to make it more of a "dude" card.
Cardstock is Pure Luxury Black Onyx, White, and Wild Dandelion.
Please enjoy more fabulous designs and inspiration from our team:
- Gina K
- Melanie Muenchinger-Illustrator of Stately Flowers 7 (you are here!)
- Tami Mayberry-Illustrator of Simple Numbers
- Beth Silaika
- Carolina Buchting
- Cathy Tidwell
- Debbie Corbari
- Laurie Schmidlin
- Lee Murphy
- Sean Fetterman
- Valerie Stangle
Thank you for visiting today!! See you back here tomorrow for another hop!