Monday, March 28, 2011

Thank you

Hello my friends! Today,  the Gina K. Designs Team wants to say Thanks one more time to Spellbinders for the fantastic Grand Calibur Machine! It's so easy to work with and you can get as many die-cut pieces you can imagine.
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Thank you card: I used Label 8 and Fancy Tags Nestabilities. The sets I used are Spring Basket and Inside & Out.

Directions:
  • Make card from Innocent Pink Cardtsock.
  • Mat White Cardstock and Patterned Paper (ink all edges), add a strip of different PP and add stitches. Tie ribbon around. Adhere to card.
  • Stamp image from Spring Basket set, color it with Copic Markers, die-cut, emboss and stencil it with Label 8 Nestabilities.
  • Stamp sentiment and die-cut, emboss and stencil it with Fancy Tag Dies.
  • Adhere Label to card using Pop Dots.
  • Add sentiment with Pop dots.
  • Add a couple of pearls.
  • Cover leaves and flowers with Crystal Lacquer and set to dry.


Card recipe:
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55 comments:

  1. whoa!! These flowers are so eye catching with your coloring in this layout! Love it with the soft pink, it really pops!

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  2. Love that watercolor effect on the flowers!

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  3. Such a very pretty card!! Great colors!!!!

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  4. Your card is absolutely gorgeous!! Perfect for Spring and your coloring is fantastic!

    I also now own the new Grand Calibur and LOVE LOVE LOVE it. I use it everyday and am slowing buying all the new grand die sets!!

    They are so fun and it's joy to make cards with the big sets!!!

    Thanks for sharing and my best wishes to you for continued success!!

    Lis

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  5. Very nice coloring on the tulips and the colored background goes very well with the composition....

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  6. It's a really nice card! Love your coloring ! Hugs,Yone

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  7. That is beautiful...so spring looking and colored to perfection. Nice music too.

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  8. Just love this card with the flowers. Beautiful!

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  9. Stunning! I love the colors you used and the stitching!

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  10. Very pretty...love the springy colors! Dawn

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  11. WOW! What a gorgeous card. Everything is perfect. You are very talented and it shows in your work.

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  12. WOW! What a gorgeous card. Everything is perfect. You are very talented and it shows in your work.

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  13. Your card is so soft and delicate! Love the image and the colours.
    Thank-you for sharing! :)

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  14. Fabulous stitching! This is gorgeous, Giovana!

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  15. SOOO pretty in pink! Really beautiful!

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  16. lovely card. The stitching adds so much more demention.

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  17. Beautiful card. Love stitching. TFS

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  18. Such an elegant card!!!!! Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!!!!

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  19. Your color combo, layout and the diecutting is quite gorgeous. I'm looking forward to beginning a collection of Spellbinder items now. Thank you for sharing

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  20. I love the Gina K stamp and your coloring techniques. The Grand Calibur is awesome too!

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  21. I really like the stitching on this card. You have done such a neat job. And by the way, your English is great - at least in the written form! lol

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  22. Very pretty card. I like how you integrated all the different design elements.

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  23. That's really gorgeous! Those tulips are colored beautifully!

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  24. Wow! How long did the stitching take?

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  25. My favorite color, pink. I love everything about your card. Very nice!! Iris, Saved by Grace

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  26. Very pretty card.. love the dies and you did a fabulous job with the flowers.... very springlike!

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  27. What a pretty card , so elegent!!

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  28. Your card is simply gorgeous.

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  29. Gorgeous as always, Giovana. Love the floral stamp used and the gorgeous pink.
    Marcie

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  30. Beautiful card. I love the flowers!!! Thanks for sharing.

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  31. Your card has the "WOW" effect for sure. Very beautiful. Seems like the Spellbinders Grand Calibur is the machine to get now. Gotta put it on my wish list.

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  32. Giovana, love the soft pink of your card and the watercolor of the flowers. Definitely a card for Spring!

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  33. Just lovely and so delicate--the stitching really finishes it off beautifully!

    hugz,
    Suzanne

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  34. Gorgeous card, your tulip and lily card is awesome. Coloring job is so nicely done, and the stitching!!
    Great card.
    Donna P.

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  35. I love your beautiful card- pretty in pink!

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  36. Beautiful card. The flowers just pop off the page. Love it

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  37. Gorgeous, love your coloring & stitching!

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  38. Beautiful colors in the flowers. They just pop right off the paper!

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  39. Very pretty--I like the stitching.

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  40. I love it. I have to start using my sewing machine and learn to stamp the edges better. You are an inspiration to me.

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  41. Love the delicate colors you used on this beautiful card!

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  42. Oh, I like the tulip image even without the basket! Beautiful coloring.

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  43. Beautiful. I love the card design and the stitching just tops it off.

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  44. Giovana, Your card is breathtaking. It is gorgeous. Thank you for sharing it with us. You did a beautiful job. Mahalo! Aloha from Hawaii!
    Carol

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  45. Beautiful card - love your flowers!

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  46. Thanks so much for sharing the lovely card! What a beautiful tribute to Spellbinders and everything you can do with their dies!

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  47. Great use of Spellbinders dies! Great card!

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  48. Such a pretty and feminine card!

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  49. How pretty Giovana. Love the soft pinks and your coloring of the tulips. =D

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