Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Gina K. Designs June Inspirational Blog Hop! Day 2 "The Wetlands"


Hi everyone, 
 The Cast and Crew for Gina K Designs welcomes you to another
 fabulous Inspiration Blog Hop! Gina, along with the Cast and Crew, 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  
random comment and that stamper will 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. 

Today we are featuring the new Stamp Set 
"The Wetlands" By: Theresa Momber

First up:
On this card I used Spectrum Noir Aqua Markers
for the Image panel & for the Greeting!
Card Stock: White Heavy Base Weight, Black Onyx, & Jelly Bean Green
Stamped Image & Greeting in Black Onyx Ink
Added Black Onyx Gingham Ribbon
Burlap Layer & Bling from my stash!
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Next one:
On this one I used Dk. Chocolate, Kraft, & White layering weight Card Stock
Inks - Dk. Choc., Kraft,  & Blue Denim
Patterned Paper from the Casual Friday 6x6 Paper Pack
Spectrum Noir Markers & Pencils, Versa Mark
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Third one:
Made with Card Stocks - Kraft, Black Onyx, White Layering Weight,
Jelly Bean Green, & Wild Wisteria
Colored with Spectrum Noir Markers & Pencils.
I also used the canvas circles that were an incentive.
Black Onyx Gingham Ribbon
and black bling from stash.
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Last One:
This card is 3 1/2 x 5 1/2
 Card Stocks in Black Onyx, White Layering Weight
& the New Peach Bellini 
Inks: Black Onyx, Peach Bellini, Lemon Drop, & Tomato Soup
On this one I used the inks (Peach Bellini & Tomato Soup) & an
 little tiny bit of water to color the dragon fly.
And kinda Triple Stamp Technique.
Sponged all three layers in Peach Bellini. 
 The the bottom Layer I sponged Tomato Soup & Lemon Drop inks.
 Then I used repositionable tape to hold the layers together &
 stamped the images. Pulled it apart & colored the dragonfly.
 Added a piece of Black Onyx behind each layer. 
 Popped up the two top layers & attached it all to a Peach Bellini Card Base!
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Here is a look at "The Wetlands" stamp set
By: Theresa Momber
This Stamp Set along with other Fabulous supplies are
 available at Gina K. Designs

Don't forget to leave a message for your chance to win!!!
Thanks so much for hopping by! 
Have a Great Day & Happy Stamping!    :)

Are You Ready for more awesome creations?!
Just click on the links below for more from the

 Illustrators and Design Team!!!

Theresa Momber - Illustrator of "The Wetlands" Stamp Set
Karen Hightower - You are Here!  :)

50 comments:

Theresa Momber said...

Karen, these are all so stunning! I love each one.

Melanie said...

Love love that brown card best!!

Karen (TLgirl353) said...

Karen, These are amazing creations and you did a marvelous job on them!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Awesome cards you created and what a great set of images. I am so enthused about it. Hurry mail!

Sherry said...

Wow all your cards are stunning. I love the use of burlap on the cards Thanks for sharing your ideas!

Lisa K said...

Awesome cards! I really like the burlap you have added. I can't pick a favorite but your water under the duck really looks like moving water.

terrie said...

These cards are just awesome...each one is fantastic...
thanks you for sharing your cards....well done

Debbie Lou said...

Love those blues and greens you used together.
Makes for such lovely cards.

Caroline Pollard said...

WOW! You outdid yourself here! These are amazing cards.
Love all of them! (#burlap #string #torn #circles #layers and #nature # beautiful).

Macimbalo said...

Thanks for the canvas inspiration. You've given great inspiration! My fav is your first one, but I love them all!

Bonnie said...

OHHHHH AHHHHHH, got to love the orange shades of dragonfly. It rocks!

Jill said...

Oh wow---love all your cards!!!!

Becky said...

Wow! I love the burlap, and the masculine cards. These are all great! Thanks for sharing.

annieb said...

Love the cards. Cat tails are my all time favorite.

Nana Griffin said...

All are lovely!

Sharon Kent said...

Love your cards. Great guy cards.

Joyce Erb said...

WOW (been saying that a lot this release)stunning cards. Where do I start? Love the burlap!The ombre is gorgeous and the coloring on the duck is awesome as well as the water!

Carol Hodgkins said...

These are all great, but if I had to pick a favorite, I would have to say the one with the Wild Wisteria cardstock. I love that color!!!!!

Gayle Lungle said...

WOW!! Beautiful 'coloring' on all of these and your backgrounds are so appropriate. Well done.

jeb said...

Really nice cards. Thank you for some masculin ideas.

kittykat3308 said...

All of your cards are wonderful. Thank you for sharing them

Kathleen

Gloria Magdaleno said...

All of them are very nice, but so far my favorite one is the second one, I love the earth tone colors.

Julie M Kowalski said...

These are very Nice! Good Job! I love all the vibrant colors and mixture of natural looking elements!

cardscookiecarrotcake said...

You sure had a great time making these cards, they are full of texture and loaded with creativity. Thanks for the inspiration Karen!

Diana-Chuck Scott said...

Wow! Awesome cards - can't wait for my Happy Mail! Thanks for sharing!

Sandy said...

Great cards. Hard to pick a favorite.

Brandi R said...

LOVE these! Great designs and love the textures ♥

Terri (blindstamper) said...

Your samples are so lovely...thinking I need this set. :)

Pat Jandacek said...

Love everyone of them.....The background papers on the first two are ideal; the 3rd one is vibrant and cheery; and the fourth one is beautiful (they're all beautiful!). I didn't recognize it as a triple-stamp technique, so am glad I had time to read how you created it. Gorgeous sunset/sunrise backgroind. TFS

ckeller219 said...

Love these cards. Especially the first one. Thanks for sharing

Joni said...

WOW! I love all the cards. I like your use of burlap and corrugated papers for the backgrounds. Great job with the coloring - all are beautiful.

Dawn S. said...

These are all gorgeous. My favourite it the last one - great colours and sponging.

Judy Woodland said...

Oh my gosh, your cards are always so stunning!!!! Awesome use of the stamp set!!! Thanks for the great inspiration once again!

Ann De Valk said...

Very creative. I like the textured layers and the colors.

Monica Depung said...

Wow I love the dragonfly on the peach card stock. Beautiful

Carla said...

Your use of color and texture is fabulous!!

Carol said...

Great projects! Thanks for sharing this inspiration!

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

Sue D said...

Fabulous cards. I like your use of canvas and burlap too.

Loretta Rush said...

Love your cards. Love the colors and textures. Thanks for sharing.

Shelley Bennett-Shoreland said...

My favorite, the card with the duck and also the dragonfly, the added touches and the color

Laurie Schmidlin said...

Oh my gosh! Karen, you have outdone yourself! All of them are just beautiful, but that sunset scene on your last card is breathtaking!!

Ruth Sperling said...

Love the colors!

Linda S said...

You all are so very creative!!! I can't imagine myself coming up with anything anywhere close to even the simplest thing that any of you all do.

Cheryl Depler said...

REALLY nice. Love all your bling and embellishments. Really makes your cards special! Thanks.

m fountain said...

Karen your cards are stunning as usual. Your bling pieces are an especially touch.

MbF

Linda said...

These cards are absolutely stunning. Love all the bling, burlap, your coloring and choice of colors. Thanks for sharing.

Linda D.

Donna Phelan said...

Okay Karen, all of your cards are wonderful, but man oh man, that first one the colors are AMAZING! Well done, girl! xo~

Talitha Wright said...

Love each of these cards. May have to try my hand on then.

Dee Earnshaw said...

OMG Karen, these cards are gorgeous. LOVE the layout and the sponged backgrounds and the DUCK card is exceptional. Thanks for the inspiration.

Marlene said...

Your cards are awesome.