Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Thank You Cards!

This week over at StampTv 
I am hosting our Mix It Up Monday ( MIUM ) Challenge!
So since I needed to create a few Thank You Cards, 
I thought that would be a great challenge!
Oh, but the card can only be a 4x4 card!
Once I started making them I couldn't stop… LOL 
and I'm making more today! :)
Here are the ones I made so far. 
The Gina K Designs Products I used for this card was
Heavy Base Weight White Card Stock, Fresh Asparagus & Vibrant Violet, Patterned Paper for the 6x6 patterned paper pack Wisteria Lane. Wild Lilac Ink and gingham ribbon along with the Gold Twine. I also used a little piece of the pp on the inside.
I used Gina K Designs:
Pure Luxury Cared Stock in White - Heavy Base Weight &
Black Onyx. Inks: Black, Powder Blue, & Fresh Asparagus
Stamp SEts: Vertical Greetings & Things, Vogue Vases 2 - Both by: Theresa Momber, and Fabulous Frame Fillers by: Melanie Muenchinger for the sentiment. Innocent Pink & Bubble Gum Pink Gingham ribbon. Passionate Pink Twine.
Colored the flowers with Spectrum Noir Markers. Added Wink Of Stella to the flowers & the Dragonflies. Added bling to the gate, and finished it off with a Dragonfly on the inside.

I decided to play with some sprays that I have. So I stamped this beautiful butterfly from Gina K's "Take Flight" then masked it off, sprayed the background then removed the mask & colored it with Spectrum Noir Markers & Pencils. I stamped the sentiment from Beth's "Lots Of Lines" stamp set in Gina K. Design Black Ink. 
This is another sprayed background. It was a black & a mustard color. 
I used the following Gina K Design Product for this card:
Pure Luxury Card Stock in Heavy Base White,
Ink for image & sentiment are Black. and the stamp set "Spring Time Silhouettes"
Twine - Black/White
Then I added some black dots. 
You can find all the Gina K Designs Products at 
Thanks so much for stoping & looking. 
Have a Wonderful Day!  :)


Juliana T said...

I love your cards!

Nancy Carroll said...

Love your thank you cards, been trying to decide what to do with mine. TFS