01 May 2012

Gina K. Inspiration April Blog Hop Day 3: "One in a Million"


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 their 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 deeply etched, pre-cut Gina K. Designs stamps! To see the full list of winners check the Big News forum at Stamp TV a couple of days after the hops!!

One in a Million: I love the way my card turned out :) I used the image to create borders and it looks so elegant IRL. Hope you like it.

Directions:
  • Make card base from Ivory Cardstock.
  • Cut a panel from Soft Sand Cardstock (3.25" x 5.5"). Stamp floral image in Versamark Ink, add White embossing powder and heat it up.
  • Ink all edges with Crushed Olive Distress Ink. Adhere piece to card.
  • Stamp sentiment on Ivory Cardstock in Vintage Photo Distress Ink. Die-cut, emboss and stencil it with Fancy Tags Two.
  • Adhre sentiment to card with Large Pop Dots.
  • Add a strip of Green Lace Tape and Mini Pearls to every flower.
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54 comments:

  1. So creative, Giovana! Love how you made the background.

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  2. So creative, Giovana! Love how you made the background.

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  3. Beautiful, love the BG, really inspired idea, thank you for sharing :-)

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  4. Wow! I wouldn't have thought to use a stamp like that. TFS!

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  5. Beautiful. I love how you used the flowers stamp to make a background border.

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  6. Love what you've done here, Giovana!

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  7. You took a completely different approach and it is stunning!

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  8. So beautiful!!! I would so live to receive this card!

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  9. How amazingly different this looks when used as a border! Lovely card.

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  10. Oh, like the way you used the stamp for background. Very clever.

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  11. Beautiful. I really like how you used the stamp as a border.

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  12. really like the lace feel of the floral background and the sentiment.

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  13. What a great idea - and it makes such a beautiful card! Very elegant.

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  14. So so pretty! Your heat embossed flowers almost look like they are on a sheet of acetate, they just float on the CS underneath. What color did you ink the background of your sentiment in? I don't think that was listed.

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  15. Fun take on this stamp set with the white embossing !

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  16. Beautiful, lacey looking card! Elegant too!

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  17. Love how you used this stamp with white embossing

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  18. my goodness. If I could make something like this. Do you really think I could? It is gorgeous

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  19. I love the white embossing on the deep background. The image makes such a pretty border.
    Great design! :)

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  20. Very elegant. Love the sentiment.

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  21. Very beautiful & elegant ! I love the white embossing on the dark cardstock.

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  22. Oooh love how you used the stamp.....this is beautiful!

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  23. wonderful use for a background, great card

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  24. Wow! Giovana, you really dressed it up. We have seen so many cards in the hop. All of them are so pretty, but this is the first one that is dressed up. Thanks

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  25. wow how elegant the die you used is perfect. love the way you have added the drew the flowers and all in white it adds that Special Touch thanks for sharing

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  26. Absolutely stunning card Giovana I love it

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  27. love how you made a frame out of it!

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  28. FANTASTIC! The way you strategically stamped, it looks like a totally different stamp!!!

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  29. So pretty! Love the delicate and elegant stamped look.

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  30. This is such a pretty card. Love how you used the flowers around the card.

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  31. Simply elegant. Love the pearl detail.

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  32. Totally different use of the stamp, and beautiful. Great work.

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  33. Lovely--I like the embossing.

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  34. Seriously my jaw dropped, LOVE your card!

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  35. Oh my goodness, this is beautiful. What a fantastic use of the stamp. You did an awesome job on this card.

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  36. Thanks for sharing. Love Gina k stamps

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  37. I love this card. The label die cut you used for the sentiment is perfect. I really like how you stamped the little flowers in the corners. That just added to the beauty of this card

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  38. Wow oh wow! Love it! I can't believe it's the same stamp. Gorgeous and so creative

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  39. Your card is such a unique take on how to use this stamp set. It's beautiful.

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  40. love the white embossing of the delicate flowers - great great great idea!

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  41. Such a simple design, and such high impact!

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  42. So very creative and different from everything else we've seen! It's stunning!

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  43. Lovely idea! You made the set even more versatile! Thanks for sharing!

    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

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  44. What a beautiful and creative way to use this set!

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  45. This is beautiful!
    I love how you used the flowers to make a pretty frame :)

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  46. Thanks for showing us a different way to use this set.

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  47. Awesome with the white outline!

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  48. so delicate with the monochromatic look and the embossed white. I love it.

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  49. Gorgeous! Great job on this!

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  50. Woo the beautiful white embossing, sand cs and olive ink - it's gorgeous!

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  51. Love all the white against the Kraft...just stunning!

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