Hi everyone! The Cast and Crew for Gina K Designs
Welcomes you to Day 2 of our 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 few random comments and those stampers
will each 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 using Theresa Momber's new set:
I made this one using Gina K. Designs
Pure Luxury Card Stock in Kraft and stamped
the open leaf image with versa mark then stamped
the solid image & sentiment with Gina K.'s Black Ink,
added images to the inside & bling.
Last week I was inspired by the video where Melanie
showed the Bokeh technique. I thought this would
be a good image to try it on. I made several panels
until I got one or two that worked.
The base of the card is Grass Green & DP from the 6x6
paper pack Shabby Spring & One of the panels that
has the Bokeh technique on it. I added a piece of acetate
for the front cover and attached the second panel,
and Gina K. Designs Bubble Gum Pink Twine.
The charm was a incentive gift!
Fussy cut the Flower & popped it up!
The Bokeh backgrounds are done in Gina K Designs
Powder Blue, Bubble Gum Pink, Grass Green, & White Inks.
The flower is colored with Spectrum Noir Markers & Pencils!
Using Gina K. Designs Pure Luxury Card Stock in Heavy Base & Layering
Weight -White, Tomato Soup, &Kraft.
Inks are White, Black, Tomato Soup, Sweet Mango, & Sweet Corn, & Fresh Asparagus. Black Onyx Gingham Ribbon.
For the image, I used the Kraft card stock, stamped the flowers in White,
then tapping the ink pad in the lid to get a little color,
I used a small brush and a tiny amount of water and colored
in the flowers & steam. Using the different colors, layering
them as they dried! Went back with white and highlighted
the flowers. Using a sponge dauber I applied white around
the flower panel. I used a embossing folder on the Tomato Soup Layer, & used a punch to cut out the Vellum. Added the bling! :)
Elegant Florals 2
By: Theresa Momber
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Illustrators and Design Team!!
Theresa Momber – Elegant Florals 2
Karen Hightower < You are Here