03 October 2012

Gina K. Designs Inspiration Blog Hop Day 3: "Primitive Blessings" , "Seasonal Labels"


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 Gina K. Designs Grab Bag that could have anything from stamps to paper to embellishments! To see the list of winners check the Big News forum at Stamp TV a couple of days after the hops!!

Primitive Blessings My project is very cute and simple, no sewing machine required, LOL, not even coloring :)

Directions:
  • Make card base from Cherry Red Cardstock. A2 size.
  • Cut a panel from Patterned Paper. Round all corners and distress all edges.
  • Stamp sentiment on Patterned Paper in Black Ink.
  • Die-cut and emboss 2 borders in Kraft and Innocent Pink. Adhere them to card.
  • Die-cut, emboss and stencil a piece of Patterned Paper using Wonky Rectangles. Stamp image in black Ink. Adhere it to card.
  • Die cut and emboss a heart. Add a button and adhere it to card.

Card Recipe:
  • Cardstock: Ivory, Cherry Red, Innocent Pink, Kraft (GKD)
  • Patterned Paper: Be Happy (MME)
  • Stamps: Primitive Blessings (GKD)
  • Ink: Vintage Photo Distress (For sponging), Archival Black (Ranger).
  • Embellishments: Pearls, Red Button, Hemp.
  • Accessories: Wonky Rectangles, Floral Doily Accent Shapeabilities (Spellbinders), Heart die (SNSS), Embossing folder.

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Seasonal Labels:  I decided to create another simple card, here I just die-cut and emboss a poinsettia to make it more festive :)

Directions:
  • Make card base from Ivory Cardstock.
  • Mat Kraft CS and "Blizzard" Patterned Paper, add zig-zag stitches. Add piece to card.
  • Stamp label border in Red Ink and saying Black Ink. Die-cut and emboss piece with Fancy Tags Two Dies. Add label to card
  • Die-cut and emboss poinsettia. Layer all pieces and adhere it to card. Add a gold nailhead to flower.
  • Add swirl bling.

Card Recipe:
  • Cardstock: Ivory, Kraft, Cherry Red, Grass Green (GKD)
  • Patterned Paper: Blizzard (GKD)
  • Stamps: Seasonal Labels (GKD)
  • Ink: Black Archival (Ranger), Real Red (SU).
  • Embellishments: Gold nail head (GKD), Swirl Bling (Want2Scrap)
  • Accessories: Pop dots, Fancy Tags Two, Layered Poinsettia (Spellbinders)

All the items in bold can be found at Gina K. Designs Store
Wednesday, Oct 3 - Primitive Blessings & Seasonal Labels

Gina K  - Illustrator Primitive Blessings & Seasonal Labels
Hope you like my projects!
Have a great day!! 

57 comments:

  1. Oh I love the rustic look of the first one! And gorgeous poinsettia on the 2nd one!

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  2. Very primitive and then a gorgeous holiday card. Lots to think about before finally placing my order.

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  3. WOW! The details of your cards are so inspiring!

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  4. Great tags. So many details to look at.

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  5. Love the Seasonal Labels card!! Great design.

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  6. I love your cards! Such original ways to use the stamps!

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  7. The cards are super and bright!

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  8. Lovely ideas! Such a beautiful poinsettia.

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  9. Love your Poinsettia card. Beautifully done.

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  10. Love the sentiment on the angel card! Gorgeous poinsettia card!

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  11. Gorgeous Christmas card! Love the angel and sentiment on your first card.

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  12. Beautiful samples -- I just love your perfect sewing

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  13. Both cards are just lovely. My favorite is your christmas card so pretty.

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  14. ahh the scrappy card is just perfect with that image, and the Xmas design is gorgeous!

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  15. love these cards! Really love how beautiful the Christmas Card is - even being simple.

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  16. gorgeous poinsetta card. Thanks

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  17. Wow! That poinsettia card is fabulous!

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  18. simply in love with the cardsssss!!!

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  19. Great primitive look to the first card and the sentiment is perfect on it. Love the poinsettia card (I tried to get that die recently and couldn't :-( ) Really a lovely holiday card.

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  20. Beautiful cards! Such nice details on each!

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  21. both cards are very lovely- the primitive style is very primitive and the holiday card is very merry!
    thanks
    Holly

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  22. What a dear card is the one with the angel. It's very rustic looking! I also love your Christmas card!

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  23. Wow! That poinsettia card is fabulous!

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  24. Oh, super fantastic designs. I especially like the poinsettia one. Puts me in the holiday mood.

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  25. Cute cards Giovanna...especially like the heart accent on your first card!
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

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  26. Great cards-- they are so bright and classy. Love that angel.

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  27. from rustic to lovely, great examples! TFS

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  28. What a fancy Christmas card. The colors are so unusual, striking!

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  29. Love the rustic Angel card, and love you christmas card as well. Beautiful.

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  30. Love the Seasonal Labels card

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  31. Great cards - I never think of distressing the edges of the paper but every time I see that technique I like it. I'll have to remember next time:)

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  32. Love both cards! My fab is The Seasonal Labels card.

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  33. Really wonderful creations. Gorgeous poinsettia!

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  34. The first card is adorable. Love the look of the second, too.

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  35. The primitive card is perfect with the distressed paper background, and the sentiment is so fitting. The Christmas card is absolutely stunning! Love everything about it!

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  36. Lovely cards. Thanks for always inspiring.

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  37. Great cards--I really like the poinsettia on the second.

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  38. Love your cards and use of bling! On The friends are like angels almost looks like wallpaper the way you did it! Love it!

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  39. Gorgeous cards! I love the Christmas card and the label you used.

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  40. Just gorgeous, Giovana! Beautiful details - as always!

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  41. Wow two very different cards and both so awesome. Great details.

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  42. Wow your cards a gorgeous, especially the second one

    Blessings,
    Kat

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  43. love the Merry and Bright card it is lovely.

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  44. Great ideas! The Christmas card is my favorite.

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  45. Nice rustic look on first one. I really like the Christmas card, love that tag die but it always gets stuck for me:-)

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  46. I love your Christmas card. Beautiful poinsettias.

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  47. Totally love both of these, the little angel is so rustic artsy. Love all the attention to detail

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  48. Both cards are so well done, so artistic.

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  49. I know just the person I want to send your angel card to. It's exactly what I've been looking for. Love the Christmas one.

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  50. Oh, my! That second card's frame for the sentiment is to die for!

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  51. Layered borders - what a great angel card! And the holiday card is just beautiful. Love the layered poinsettia, it is gorgeous.

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