Gina K Designs September Release Part 3

Welcome back everyone! Today I’m sharing more inspiration from the Gina K Designs September Release.

I’m starting with the gorgeous Majestic Peony stamp set. This large flower takes up almost the entire front of an A2 size card and is so fun to color!

I stamped my image onto Arches Coldpress Watercolor paper using Gina K Designs Embossing Ink. Then I sprinkled on Silver Embossing Powder and heat set.

After my image was cool, I started to color using my Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers and a paint brush. I used the colors, No. 050 Yellow, No.024 Wine Red, No.004 Fl. Green, No.041 Light Green, No.036 Light Blue, No.031 Cobalt Blue and No.034 Dull Blue.

Once my panel was dry, I trimmed down to 3 3/4″ x 5″ and attached to a piece of craft foam to help flatten my panel. I attached my colored panel to an A2 size card base made from white card stock. My sentiment, which comes from the Happy Fall stamp set, is stamped on white card stock with Obsidian Ink

For my next couple of cards I’ll be using stamp sets from the Autumn Splendor card kit. This kit is currently sold out but if you ordered it, I hope this brings you some inspiration. If you missed out, the stamp sets will be sold individually in October.

On a piece of white card stock, I started by stamping my sentiment from the Layered Leaf Prints stamp set. I thought it was best to have that stamped first so I knew how far to go in with my leaf images.

Using the comfort blocks, I went around the entire edge of the card adding my leaf prints. I used a variety of non-traditional Fall colors including, Lovely Lavender, Edible Eggplant, Key Lime, Fresh Asparagus, Innocent Pink, Tomato Soup, Sea Glass, and Tranquil Teal.

Very clean and simple card yet so much fun especially when changing up colors.

My last card is featuring the Colossal Cone Flower stamp set from the Autumn Splendor kit. On a piece of Turquoise Sea card stock, I randomly stamped my flower image with a comfort block and Embossing Ink. Then I sprinkled on Clear Embossing Powder and heat set.

It’s fun creating your own backgrounds especially subtle ones like this.

I trimmed the panel down to 3 3/4″ x 5″ and attached to a piece of craft foam for dimension. Then I added the panel to an A2 size notecard made from white card stock.

The sentiment is from the Mini Sunshine stamp set. I stamped this tiny greeting in Embossing Ink onto Black Onyx card stock, sprinkled on Champagne Embossing Powder and heat set.

I trimmed the sentiment down to a thin strip and attached to my card front with foam squares.

I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration. I have all my supplies listed down below

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Gina K Designs September 2019 Release Blog Hop + Giveaway! Day 2

Welcome everyone ! It’s time to celebrate the September 2019 release from Gina K Designs with a blog hop filled with inspiration! In case you missed it, I shared some cards and a video on release night. You can check that blog post out (CLICK HERE).

PRIZES

Be sure to leave comments along the way to be entered into a chance to win a $50 gift certificate to Gina K Designs. The more you comment, the better chances of winning!

CARD DETAILS

My first card is sharing an image from the Colossal Cone Flowers stamp set. I stamped image in Warm Glow Ink and colored with copic markers. I used RV69, RV66,RV63 and RV52 for the petals and E27, E25, E23, and E21 for the center. For the leaves I used YG97, YG07, YG05, and YG03.

After I was done coloring, I fussy cut my images out.

For my background, I ink blended the Art Deco Stencil with Sea Glass Ink onto Sea Glass card stock. I trimmed the panel down to 4″ x 5 1/2″ and added to a white card base.

I finished off my card by stamping the sentiment in Obsidian Ink and attaching my flower with foam squares.

My next card is also featuring the Colossal Cone Flower set. This time I stamped the image onto Arches Cold Press Water color paper with Obsidian Ink. Then I stamped again in Embossing Ink and heat embossed with Clear Embossing Powder.

I colored my image with Zig markers and a water brush. Once dry, I fussy cut my images out.

For my background, I ink blended the Mandala Burst stencil onto Chocolate Truffle card stock with Chocolate Truffle ink. I trimmed the panel down to 3 3/4″ x 5″ and attached to a white card base.

I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration!

BLOG HOP DETAILS

If you came from Melanie’s blog you are in the right spot! In case you missed the hop you can start at the beginning on the Gina K Designs Blog. Your next stop will be the talented Hannah!

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Gina K Designs September 2019 Release Blog Hop Day 1 + Giveaway!

Welcome everyone ! It’s time to celebrate the September 2019 release from Gina K Designs with a blog hop filled with inspiration! In case you missed it, I shared some cards and a video on release night. You can check that blog post out (CLICK HERE).

PRIZES

Be sure to leave comments along the way to be entered into a chance to win a $50 gift certificate to Gina K Designs. The more you comment, the better chances of winning!

CARD DETAILS

The first card I’m sharing is starring the Majestic Peony stamp set. This image is stunning! I stamped my image in embossing ink on Arches Cold Press Watercolor paper and heat embossed with Champagne Embossing Powder. To stamp the image, I used my Misti Stamping Tool and the Misti Corners.

I colored in my image using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers. I really enjoyed coloring this image and love how well the colors blended on this card stock. The colors I used are Violet, Deep Blue, Light Green, and Green.

I heat embossed a sentiment from the Happy Fall set onto Black Onyx card stock with white embossing powder and trimmed to a thin strip. Then added to my card front with black foam squares.

The Happy Fall stamp set has many large sentiments on it but I fell in love with the skinny sentiments. For my next card, I ink blended a piece of white card stock using Walnut Stain, Rusty Hinge, and Mustard Seed Distress Oxide Ink. After it was dry, I heat embossed a leaf from the Layered Leaf Prints in Gold Embossing Powder.

I attached my small ink blended panel to a white note card with craft foam for dimension. The small sentiment is from the Happy Fall stamp set. I stamped in embossing ink onto Black Onyx card stock and heat embossed with Gold Embossing Powder.


Super clean and simple but very striking!

I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration! I’ll have more for you tomorrow!

If you want to check out my video using the Layered Leaf Prints you can view that over on my Youtube channel (CLICK HERE).

BLOG HOP DETAILS

If you came from Susie Moore’s blog you are in the right spot! You can always start at the beginning on the Gina K Designs Blog. Your next stop in the hop will be Beth Silaika.

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Gina K Designs September 2019 Release + Video

It’s that time again! We have a new Gina K Designs Release for you. It’s a bit smaller then last time but packs a huge punch!

VIDEO DETAILS

I have a super quick card tutorial to share with you today. This is a very clean and simple card but it is one of my favorites that I made from this release and wanted to also show you how I stamped the layering leaves. You can view the view down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

CARD DETAILS

If you follow me, clean and simple is not normally my thing but I do love them! I’m getting a little better at leaving white space on my cards. Maybe that’s why this is one of my favorites.

This card features one of the Layered Leaf Prints stamp set from the Autumn Splendor card kit. I love the look of these leaves! I think one of the things I like best is you could stamp it crooked and it will still look good!

On a piece of white card stock, I stamped the first layer of the large leaf using Skeleton Leaves ink. I did one towards the bottom and one towards the top. You can tell which layer is the base because it will have the stem of the leaf.

Next, I stamped my layering images with the comfort blocks using Sea Glass, Tranquil Teal, Keylime, Fresh Asparagus, Sweet Corn and Honey Mustard. While I trusted myself to layer the images with comfort blocks, I dug out my Misti to do the sentiment in Obsidian Black Ink.

I also heat embossed the tiny Grateful sentiment onto Black card stock using Champagne embossing powder. Then added to my card front with black foam squares.

My next card is featuring the Colossal Cone Flowers set from the Autumn Wishes kit. I embossed my three separate images onto Arches Coldpress Watercolor paper with Champagne Embossing Powder.

I colored in my image with my Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers and a water brush. I used Bright Yellow, Orange, Light Green, Marine Green, Mid Brown and Beige for my zig colors.

After my image was dry, I ink blended the edges with Twisted Citron and Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide ink. Using my Misti tool, I stamped the sentiment onto the front of the card with Gina K Designs Obsidian Black ink.

The card shown below is using the new Mandala Burst stencil included in the Autumn Splendor kit. This stencil is going to be a go-to for me, I just know it!

I ink blended the stencil towards the top of my card with Picked Raspberry, Dried Marigold and Mustard Seed Distress Oxide Ink using a Life Changing Blender Brush. The sentiment is from the Layered Leaf Prints stamp set. I heat embossed it onto Passionate Pink card stock with white embossing powder.

After I trimmed it down to a thin strip, I added to the front of my card with white foams.

Another new set being released is the Happy Fall stamp set. This stamp set is filled with beautiful sentiments and some small images.

I started by stamping my sentiment in the center of a piece of Fresh Asparagus card stock and heat embossed with Champagne Embossing Powder.

Then I randomly stamped the small leaf images around the sentiment in the same Champagne Embossing Powder. After the panel was cool and trimmed down, I ink blended the top portion of the card with Fresh Asparagus and Dark Sage ink.

I attached my card front to a white note card using craft foam for dimension.

We have a gorgeous new image stamp set! This one is called Majestic Peony. I am such a fan of Peonies stamp sets ! Be sure to stop back tomorrow to see how I colored it up!

For today’s card, I ink blended a white piece of card stock using the Sassy Stripes stencil. I used Candied Apple, Dried Marigold, Mustard Seed, Twisted Citron, Peacock Feathers and Wilted Violet Distress Oxide Inks.

Next, I stamped the gorgeous Peony to the center of the card front using Obsidian black ink. I added flicks of Liquid Stardust for some sparkle.

My last card I’m sharing is using the new incentive stamp set.

I heat embossed my image onto Arches Cold Press Watercolor paper with White embossing powder.

Then colored with my zig markers and a water brush.

This is the Santana Rose – isn’t it a beauty!

Be sure to stop by tomorrow for when we kick off the festivities with a blog hop and more inspiration!

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Thermoweb & Gina K Designs Instagram Mix n Mingle Hop

Welcome back everyone! Today I’m featuring more cards using the new collection from Gina K Designs and Thermoweb Stamp n Stencil sets. We are actually doing an Instagram Hop and there will be prizes to give away so if you are interested please head over to my Instagram account HERE.

VIDEO DETAILS

I have a video showing how I created these cards that you can view down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

CARD DETAILS

My first card shown is featuring the Wishing You Joy stamp n stencil set. I stamped the flowers in Raging Red Electro Pop ink and the centers of the flowers using Red Velvet. I also stamped the leaves in Fresh Asparagus ink. Then used the coordinating die to cut them out.

Using the coordinating stencil, I added the centers to the flowers using Gold Glitz Glitter Gel. For the leaves, I used the stencil to add the berries. You can either use Red Glitz Glitter or like I did, use the White Glitz Glitter Gel.

I added the design to my background by ink blending the Foliage Stencil onto Jelly Bean Green card stock with Jelly Bean Green Ink. After I trimmed the panel down to 3 3/4″ x 5″ I lightly ink blended the edges. I then added this panel to a piece of white card stock measuring 4″ x 5 1/4″ and attached to an A2 size card base made from Jelly Bean Green card stock.

I layered the flowers around the bottom corner using Connect glue. For the sentiment, I heat embossed it in Gold Embossing Powder and fussy cut around it. Then added to my card front with black foam squares.

My next set of cards is featuring the Autumn Wishes stamp set. I stamped my leaves in various colors including Jelly Bean Green, Prickly Pear and Tomato Soup. Using a small dauber, I ink the edges Chocolate Truffle. Funny story, I actually took a picture of the wrong card so the ones pictured below don’t show the Chocolate Truffle edges but the video they do.

I used the coordinating die to cut out my leaves and then stamped the stems in the Chocolate Truffle ink. The coordinating stencil has the stems where you can add your choice of Glitz Glitter Gel but I wanted to show how you could also stamp the stems in with an acrylic block.

This next card is quite simple where I just lined the leaves up in a square on my card front making one of the spaces a place for a sentiment. I attached the panel to a card base created from Honey Mustard card stock.

I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration!

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