Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Brown Paper Packages Video!



Hello! Today I am sharing how to take ordinary lunch sacks and make them into extraordinary gift packaging with elements from my new FabulousHoliday Labels stamp set and the coordinating Fabulous Labels die set!  This is custom gift wrap for just pennies, and always looks so festive, classic and classy! Who doesn’t get excited about a brown paper package tied up with string?  Pattern possibilities are endless with the two step elements.  And of course you can use these same pattern making tips and stamps on your mats and single layer cards. Please enjoy!  
The diamond pattern looks pre-printed, so professional looking I can't stand it!! And, wish you could see this dotted pattern in person!  It's so fun that some of the little dots have stripes etc, instead of just solid dots. I love it!!  Be sure to watch to the end as I also show using labels on jars and bottles.  Happy stamping!



Supplies:
Gina K. Designs Fabulous Holiday Labels stamp set
Gina K. Christmas Pine, Cherry Red, Dark Chocolate premium dye pads and Gina K. White pigment pad
Gina K. Kraft and White or ivory cardstock scraps for cutting labels and ovals
Gina K. Designs Fabulous Labels die set and die cutting machine
Tape adhesive and adhesive foam
Grid line acrylic blocks, lined craft mat or lined paper for guide
Lunch sacks or brown paper, ribbon or twine is optional

I forgot to say if your gift is too big for a lunch sack, you can use a roll of brown paper for your stamping and then wrap a box of any size, or break down a large grocery bag and trim to wrap your box if you don't have a roll.  Have fun, get creative!


Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Inspiration Hop Day 2: Noelle Mouse and Purrfect Christmas

Welcome back to Day 2 of our Gina K. Inspiration hops! Today we are showcasing Noelle Mouse  and Purrfect Christmas .  Please enjoy our ideas and stamping inspiration for the newest sets, created with you in mind by our talented team, and as you visit each blog, please leave a comment with some love for each designer, which will also enter you for a chance at winning  a $50 Gina K Designs gift certificate!  To find out who won, check back the Big News Forum on StampTV a few days after our hops.

First up we have Noelle Mouse by Beth Silaika!
 This little mouse is so funny!  I looked over all the images and the greetings and decided I wanted to put this "Deck the halls" greeting with some fun stocking stuffers on a clean white wall (er, base)! Stamp the stockings first, and then mask in the mouse (right side up and bottoms up!) and the candy cane in the open stocking tops.  After coloring and adding shadows with Spectrum Noir markers, I dropped on some tiny Nuvo Crystal Drops in Ebony Black for little hangers.

I shared this card at our release, this cookie is just so cute! I always love stacking stamped characters and this is no exception for a cute holiday tree!  Clear stamps make lining it up easy. I started at the bottom and worked my way  up, then finished with the hohoho for a trunk and topped it off with the star.  Embossed background is works great with fun the white piped cookie accents, and cardstock is GKD Pure Luxury White and Red Velvet.
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 Noelle Mouse 

Next up, we have Purrfect Christmas from Chris Dayton.  This adorable set is purrfect for me, as I have NO memories of celebrating ANY Christmas withOUT a curious cat in the house...


I really like how you can paper piece the presents with patterned paper, or, make your own simple ones with markers like I did here with the polka dots and stripes. I hung up the stocking again with the same Nuvo Crystal Drops I used on the mouse card above. That tiny detail adds so much! I colored this one like an orange tabby my roommate and I had back in college. Lots of catty patterns you can create on these open line art images! TIP: I didn't even have to mask the climbing cat, just stamped his tail right over the package, and then went over the intersecting lines with a white gel pen before coloring, easy peasy!

Well, this happened!  A LOT over the years! Until we got smart enough to start screwing the tree base into the hardwood floor (yes, we do!) I used Nuvo Crystal Drops in Dandelion Yellow as lights for extra color, color and shine. Tip: Tracing some dramatic shadows under your tree, cat and fallen ornaments really make this single layer scene come to life. Peace on earth, indeed!  Sometimes it just doesn't feel like Christmas until the tree falls over..!

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Purrfect Christmas

Finally we want to remind you about the lovely little Incentive set Scripty Holidays, free for a limited time with a $75 purchase!  This is a set you can pull out for your Christmas designs every year!
Incentive Stamp Set- Scripty Holiday
Here are two cards I made with one of these greetings and elements my Fabulous Holiday Labels stamp set. 







Red and green design also uses the Fabulous Labels die set.








Ready for more inspiration?  Please enjoy seeing what the rest of the Gina K. Designs team has created for you today:
Beth Silaika- Illustrator of Noelle Mouse
Chris Dayton- Illustrator of Purrfect Christmas


Don't forget to comment along the way for chance to win a gift certificate to Gina K. Designs.  Be sure to come back next week when we hop for the amazing Merry & Bright StampTV kit!  Thank you for visiting today!

Monday, October 16, 2017

Inspiration Hop Day 1: Fabulous Holiday Labels and Peaceful Holiday

 Good morning! Welcome to another Gina K. Designs inspiration hop! Today we are showcasing new stamp sets from Theresa and myself.  Please enjoy the gorgeous inspiration samples from the team and then comment on each blog for your chance to win a $50 Gina K Designs gift certificate! To see who won, check the Big News Forum at StampTV a few days after the hop.

First I am sharing Fabulous Holiday Labels.  There are about a gazillion combinations you can create with the 47 images and sentiments pieces in this set! Cards, gift tags and more!

For this box I used the Fabulous Labels die set to stamp my tag on the  GKD Pure Luxury Ivory die cut in GKD Christmas Pine, Cherry Red, and Grass Green.  I die cut a second label from GKD Cherry Red cardstock and cut it in two halves to create the reveal of red on top and bottom to frame it.  TIP: If your label is wider than your box or bag, just make a light score on either side and fold so it overlaps the sides.  This is a box from a necklace I bought that I am repurposing as a gift box. Easy peasy! You can switch up the belly bands, stamp the end caps left or right and you've got a to-from tag in no time to make a plain package FABULOUS! I love how the diamond motifs in these image just create virtual *sparkle*!
Here is a simple card I made using Gina's Ornamental Holiday Foil Mates striped background and Radiant Red Fancy Foil, cutting out the center of the mat with one Gina's Decorative Labels die, and popping up my stamped oval die cut over it, stacking some different words to create my senitment, love these different fonts with a bit of my own cursive! It is SO pretty to layer the die cuts from Fabulous Labels over this larger curvy label also!  I'm excited to mix and match these die sets, and how well the images and sentiments work her Foil Mates line, great for quick but fancy cards! I used that same holly end cap as in the gift box above, but swapped out the diamond berries for stripey berries to match the foiled striped.  Love this!  I'm also having too much fun swapping out the "O" in HOLIDAY for snowflakes, bells and more from this set! The round small elements in all my coordinating sets fit here, too. :) Card base is GKD Pure Luxury Grass Green.

Next, I had to share how you can use these new pieces with my Fabulous Frame stamp! Here is a 2 layer card with a Kraft base. The Fabulous Frame is stamped in Dark Chocolate on white and cut out.  (Fill the belly band and oval window with the 2 step bold image from Fabulous Rose Frame for added color if you choose, but here I left it open.) I did my stamping with GKD Ocean Mist, Kraft and Dark Chocolate. The new diamond border that curves around the oval is so versatile, with its spacing you have room to customize with all sorts of other accents, here I added the jingle bells in 2 sizes with Kraft ink. I'm also crazy about the chevron belly band fillers for "any time" faux paper piecing and the tiny reindeer as a little winter embellishment!  Last, I used the little row of dots (same piece I used to accent the tag on the foiled card above) to create a longer border in the Ocean Mist, masking the frame's sides with sticky notes.
Finally, here is a single layer card, this time no "label"! I embossed some stripes with a folder on one side of the Pure Luxury base and stamped the circle belly band filler to frame the top and bottom of the section on the right. Add lots of JOY lol! Ink is GKD Red Hot, Grass Green and Fresh Asparagus. I cut out the holly for a little accent and popped it up with foam.  I hope this gives you ideas for how you can use these different elements beyond the label shape when the mood strikes and you want to give your hardworking label a little rest! ;)

Be sure to check out my videos in the coming weeks! I'm always excited for Christmas, but this year *especially* excited about how to step up all my decor and cards and gifts for friends with this set!

(coordinates with 7 other sets!)

Next up we have Theresa's Peaceful Holidays. What a gorgeous set!

 For this card, I sponged Salty Ocean Distress Oxide ink all over my white mat, leaving white space in the middle for a glowing spotlight. I love how nicely these Oxide inks blend! Next I spritzed on just a little water to create a spotty, sparkly, snowy look!  I sponged GKD Navy ink around the edges and stamped on some of Theresa's gorgeous snowflake images in Navy and GKD White pigment ink.  Dove and sentiment are also stamped in Navy. Last I embellished with some silver adhesive sequins and adhered it to a GKD Pure Luxury Heavy Weight White base.
I shared this one at the party but wanted to tell you how I made it. 
I stamped the bird image on my white mat and then sponged with Abandoned Coral Distress Oxide ink, and GKD Faded Brick over that at the edges.  Bold leaf image stamped in Faded Brick.  I colored the branch and needles with Spectrum Noir markers and then stamped the bird again on white, adding just a few shadows and color to the beak and feet, then cut it out to pop up over the first image.  I love how this greeting is split so you can line it up like I did on the previous sample or stack or offset it to fit your layout like I did here! :) Base is GKD Pure Luxury Heavy Base Weight White.


Ready for more inspiration? Let's go see what surprises our Gina K. Designs team created with these sets!
Thanks so much for hopping with us today! Don’t forget to pop over to the Gina K Designs Store and check out the all of the new stamp sets by the illustrators from this month in the “What’s New” section at http://www.ginakdesigns.com.  See you back here TOMORROW for more inspiration with sets from Beth Silaika and Chris Dayton!

Saturday, October 14, 2017

New Stamp Sets Now Available! And a Video...

Hello everyone! This week was crazy busy and I realized I had not yet posted my first video with Fabulous Holiday Labels, now available at Gina K. Designs! Our release party was so fun!

Please enjoy if you have not yet seen!

Inspiration hops start on Monday! I will have some special tips for you, see you back here soon!

Here is a gift bag and coordinating card I shared at the party!

Thanks for visiting, hope you are having a terrific weekend!

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Video: Adding Flowers to Fabulous Rose Frame and Shaped Cards



Hello! Today I will show you how you can add SO many other flowers to my new Fabulous Rose Frame to change the look or season. Whether you choose to replace all 4 or mix in different blooms, you’ll find all these detailed flowers play well together and make gorgeous, easy to create designs on your cards!  Here I used the sunflower and rose stamps and dies from the coordinating A Year of Flowers sets.  The dies do all the work and the layers look fabulous! Try this with images from my Stately Flowers series, too! I also share how to make a shaped card with the Fabulous Rose Frame die. Please enjoy!  


Supplies:
Gina K. Pure Luxury Heavy Base Weight white cardstock
Gina K. Fabulous Rose Frame and A Year of Flowers stamp sets
Gina K. Black Onyx ink pad
Coloring medium of choice (here: Prismacolors, blending stumps and Gamsol)
Gina K. Fabulous Rose Frame die set and A Year of Flowers die set
Dice cutting machine, scoring board and tool
Adhesive foam and tape runner, acrylic blocks

Friday, September 15, 2017

Gina K. Stitched Leaves Mini Kit Back in Stock Hop!

Good morning and happy Friday! The Cast and Crew for Gina K Designs welcomes you to another fabulous blog hop celebrating the new stamp sets by Gina K and the illustrator team from Gina K. Designs!  We hope to inspire you with some beautiful card projects as you hop along to each of the designer’s blogs! Today we are featuring the new Stitched Leaves mini kit!

You will have so much fun creating with these images and sentiments. Here is everything that comes in the kit:

Stitched Leaves Mini Kit
Enjoy the gorgeous inspiration samples from the team and then comment on each blog for your chance to win a $50 Gina K Designs gift certificate! To see who won, check the Big News Forum at StampTV a few days after the hop. Ready for some inspiration? Here are a few of the projects I have created for today’s hop:

I whipped this one up this morning for our Friday Funday at Stamp TV in our StampTV Kit Addicts forum!  You can see how I created this card with step out photos here, but finish the hop first!) Remember, a leaf can *always* be a petal and vice versa! Cardstock is GKD Pure Luxury White and Wild Dandelion and ink is GKD Black Onyx, Tomato Soup, Red Velvet and Fresh Asparagus. Because this kit comes with the beautiful dies, you could also die cut all the petals leaves and that thankful instead of stamping, would be super pretty!


On this card I two step stamped the leaves in GKD Grass Green, Tomato Soup and Wild dandelion, for the bold layers, and Charcoal Brown for the top stitched layer.  Love how solid and detailed these look, almost like I die cut colored cardstock (you can, I just didn't) The word dies that coordinate with the stamp sets in this kit are so gorgeous! I stamped one on white and popped it up over the images then layered on to a heavy white card base.
For this next card, I used Tomato Soup again, but Honey Mustard and Fresh Asparagus this time for the other leaves.  I just love these fall-ish colors from Gina K. year round, and I adore making fall designs!  The curling stitch image is wonderful and you can use them for creating movement on your cards for the falling leaves for build them up in areas  or borders like the cardstock has been embroidered or quilted. Love it!
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Ready for more awesome creations?! Just click on the links below for more from Gina and the Cast & Crew:

Melanie Muenchinger (you are here!)

Don’t forget to pop over to the Gina K Designs Store and check out all of the new products available this month in the “What’s New” section at http://www.ginakdesigns.com.


Thank you for stopping by!

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Video: Create New Embellished Layouts with this Fabulous Label and Fillers



Hello! Today I'll show you how the label image in my Fabulous Rose Frame not only layers over the rose frame and fills the original Fabulous Frame, but allows you to create all new sketches and faux layers on your cards! Use this versatile label image with any of my other coordinating filler sets for the Fabulous Frame.  Today I am using elements from the Fabulous Frame Fillers set to create borders, fill the label and accent the oval. Please enjoy this single layer design!  Let me know in the comments which version you like best.  

Want to step up this single layer design?  Try the Fabulous Labels dies!  

Supplies: 
Gina K. Designs Fabulous Rose Frame, Fabulous Frame Fillers stamp sets
Gina K. Designs Red Velvet, Peach Bellini, Grass Green, and Black Onyx ink pads
Gina K. Designs Pure Luxury Heavy Base Weight White cardstock (5 1/2" x 8 1/2") scored at 4 1/4")
acrylic blocks

Thanks for stopping by!  

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Gina K. Celebrates Stamptember!


Hello! We are hopping today with the new set Gina K has designed exclusively for Simon Says Stamp, Warmer With You,  in celebration of their month long event STAMPtember!  Please enjoy this collaboration with Gina K design team and Simon Says Stamp! The set you see below is now available at Simon Says Stamp, as well as with a coordinating set of dies.  Once they're gone, they're gone, so get them while you can!
 Warmer with You

Let me show you now what this winter set inspired me to make! 

#snelfie

How cute are these snowpeople?  I got kind of excited that they were all slightly different sizes and could totally work as the four people in my family, especially with these from all of us greetings! (Don't know about you, but I can't help seeing the little line art images representing each person that people put on their rear windows lol!) Although their arms aren't quite long enough, stamping them at angles instead of straight up and down along with a strategic crop and you have a snelfie on your hands! Cardstock is Pure Luxury White and Black Onyx.

These trees in this set are as elegant and as the snowmen are adorable! For this design, I masked off three sides of my GKD Pure Luxury Heavy White card base with sticky notes and a cut a gentle wave of snow banks from scratch paper for the bottom.  Then I sponged GKD Edible Eggplant, Navy and Blue Denim, removed the mask, stamped the trees in Versamark and then embossed with detail white powder.  I used a white gel pen to make stars/falling snow, and finished with the sentiment.

Finally with all these gorgeous snowflakes in the set, I had to get them inky on a clean and simple white single layer card.  the different flakes are stamped in GKD Turquoise Sea, Ocean Mist, Dusty Rose and Black Onyx.  From this angle they look darker, but I added some teal adhesive sequins to a few flakes for texture and shine.

Are you in love with this or what?  It will be a great holiday go to for sure, pick up your set today!

Ready for more inspiration? Let's go!


Melanie Muenchinger (you are here!)

Thanks for visiting!

Gina K. Inspiration Hop, Day 2: Todd Turtle and Perfect Poinsettia

The Cast and Crew for Gina K Designs welcomes you to another fabulous blog hop celebrating the new stamp sets by Gina K! We hope to inspire you with some beautiful card projects as you hop along to each of the designer’s blogs! Today, we are featuring Beth Silaika's Todd Turtle and Claire Brennan's Perfect Poinsettia.
Please enjoy the gorgeous inspiration samples from the team and then comment on each blog for your chance to win a $50 Gina K Designs gift certificate! To see who won, check the Big News Forum at StampTV a few days after the hop. Ready for some inspiration? Here are a few of the projects I have created for today’s hop:

For my first card I had to get all these layers inky to create, yep, a perfect poinsettia! For the leaves GKD Applemint, Jellybean Green and Grass Green for the two and 3 step bold leaf and flower images, GKD Fresh Asparagus for the outlines, and GKD Innocent Pink, Red Velvet and Cherry Red, in that order for the leaves inside. Tracing the underside with a BG2 marker to create a drop shadow makes it look even more dimensional.  I stamped the "joy" in these same colors as the "flower" part, and then gave my coordinating Spectrum Noir markers a few good whacks to create a a speckled background on the GKD Pure Luxury Weight.  Love this single layer card! 


This next one I shared at our party. I love white and green together, and love white poinsettias, so I had to try that!  Here I used GKD Applemint, Jellybean Green and Grass Green for the two and 3 step bold leaf and flower images, and GKD Fresh Asparagus for the outlines.  Grab the BG2 marker again to create drop shadows on both.  I covered them with Wink of Stella glitter to really sparkle, and a couple silver adhesive sequins I picked up while at Village Paper & Ink to bling it up. Cardstock is GKD Pure Luxury Heavy Base Weight White.
  Another gorgeous layered set, Claire!! :)



This next set "Todd Turtle" from Beth is named after her husband, is that sweet or what?! Love these little critters, and fun puns (What the shell?? Oh my goodness.  Know who I'm sending that to!)

I thought the "super star" sentiment would be really sweet with the starfish holding up this crab.  He looks so celebratory  and victorious holding up his claws!  I colored with Spectrum Noir markers and stamped the Tomato Soup card base with more starfish in Versamark.

This next one I used the new embossing folder Ben Day Dots Gina is carrying from Darice which is amazing, and I have a LOT of dotted folders in my collection!  It's great as just a pattern or when you evoke a bubbly or scaly feels, perfect for this sea turtle!  


I cut out the circles for the sentiment and turtle image with the circle die from my Fabulous Rose Frame set, and decided to also use the negative pieces from the cut circles to make the layout more interesting. Cardstock is GKD White, Jellybean Green and Kraft.

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To conclude our hops, I have one more card with Nurturing Blooms, our newest Incentive set, free with purchase of $75 or more.  I made a really simple design using Pure Luxury Ivory and Moonlit Fog.  Images and sentiment are stamped in GKD Black Onyx. 

I always love torn edges on cards with nature silhouettes, the added texture and mimicry of imperfectly perfect nature is so elegant!
Incentive Stamp Set- Nurturing Blooms

Ready for more awesome creations?! Just click on the links below for more from Gina and the Cast & Crew:

Beth Silaika (Illustrator of Todd Turtle)
Claire Brennan (Illustrator of Perfect Poinsettia)
Melanie Muenchinger (you are here!)

Don’t forget to pop over to the Gina K Designs Store and check out all of the new products available this month in the “What’s New” section at http://www.ginakdesigns.com.

Thank you for stopping by!


Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Gina K. Inspiration Hop Day 1: Fabulous Rose Frame and The Wetlands 2

The Cast and Crew for Gina K Designs welcomes you to another fabulous blog hop celebrating the new stamp sets by Gina K and the illustrator team from Gina K. Designs!  We hope to inspire you with some beautiful card projects as you hop along to each of the designer’s blogs! Today we are featuring my new Fabulous Rose Frame and Theresa Momber's The Wetlands 2 , and I have a video for you below! Please enjoy the gorgeous inspiration samples from the team and then comment on each blog for your chance to win a $50 Gina K Designs gift certificate! To see who won, check the Big News Forum at StampTV a few days after the hop. 


 In today's video, I show you how to create a really special gate fold design with my Fabulous Rose Frame and its coordinating dies. The overlapping flowers in the illustration lend themselves to this type of design and the fancy dies save time in cutting as well as helping keep the gate closed! 



Supplies:
Gina K. Designs Fabulous Rose Frame stamp set
Gina K.  Jellybean and Black Onyx Ink pads
Gina K. Pure Luxury Jellybean (5 1/2" x 8 1/2", scored at 2 1/8" on both sides, and scraps for the die cut circles) and White cardstock (4 1/4" x 5 1/2")
Acrylic blocks or MISTI, sponge dauber
Fabulous Rose Frame label dies and die cutting machine, scissors
Spectrum Noir markers: DR2, DR3, GG2, and LY1




I am also showing this set's label, small flower and centers paired with the beautiful silhouettes and a greeting from Nurturing Blooms, the new incentive set, free for a limited time with your purchase $75 or more.
On this sample, I stamped the flower silhouettes in GKD Dark Sage, Chocolate Brown, and Honey Mustard inks on a GKD Pure Luxury Ivory base.  Next I stamped the label from Fabulous Rose Frame in Chocolate Brown on Pure Luxury White (love mixing these two neutrals! So elegant!), die cut with the Fabulous Label die, then die cut the center out with the smaller oval in this die set. I stamped my tiny flower centers from Fabulous Rose Frame on each side of the belly band in the same colors, and then a greeting from Nurturing Blooms inside the open space. I filled it with more solid images from my set. Love how these florals work together! 
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Finally, here is a simple card where I snipped up a frame to use two for the roses as a border, and then the little corner pieces to create a tiny frame or my greeting.  It's so nice to stamp one and have several flowers to use on multiple projects, and to make whatever customer smaller frames you need for sentiments, when you want to change it up and not use the label! Cardstock is GKD Pure Luxury White and Black Onyx. Embossing folder is the new Charles folder that Gina sells.  Love mixing something really graphic like this with flowers! I used Zig Clean color with no blenidng becuase I was in super hurry on this card!
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I can't express how much I adore this set and the dies that go with it!  I'm making some of the most ornate, fancy cards ever and they take so little time, it's ridiculous!  You are going to love all the layering possibilities that will change up the look.  And, that bold label that fills my bestselling Fabulous Frame is such a bonus, coordinates with a zillion sets! (Okay 3, to be exact! 3 SO FAR.)! :) I have so much more I want to share but I need to save some surprised and I know our team is going to rock this set! Lots more videos to come, plus my tip sheet here later this week for lots of ideas, so please check back! :)










Next up, The Wetlands 2 is perfect for scene stamping, as well as the men in your life!  I love these simple trees and knew I wanted to do a clean masked scene, with the birds rising out of it.  Start with a clean white base and stamp your trees and birds and greeting in GKD Black Onyx.  Next, mask off an area with tape or sticky notes above and below.  I think it's more interesting to have the treetops extending out a bit, that's just me!  I sponged the top and bottom with GKD Tomato Soup, then switched to GKD Sweet Corn towards the middle.  Last I placed a sheet of paper over the middle to create the horizon and added more Sweet Corn, then removed the mask.  That last part really makes the scene! This is one of my favorite designs I made for this release. :)


This next card I had to try one of Theresa's images with the label from my Fabulous Rose Frame set.  This label really showcases all these gorgeous illustrations so nicely!  I stamped the cattail image right over it, then repeated again on the die cut oval from the Fabulous Labels die set to mount over the label with some foam squares.  I sponged a little GKD Turquoise Sea around the edges and then used Zig Clean Color markers to dab in dots of purple, turquoise, pink, green and blue to make the little panes of the wings look iridescent. Last I added a swipe of Wink of Stella glitter.  Cardstock is GKD Pure Luxury White and Ocean Mist.

Amazing set, Theresa!
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Please enjoy the gorgeous inspiration samples from the team and then comment on each blog for your chance to win a $50 Gina K Designs gift certificate! To see who won, check the Big News Forum at StampTV a few days after the hop. 


Ready for more awesome creations?! Just click on the links below for more from Gina and the Cast & Crew:

Gina K
Melanie Muenchinger (Illustrator of Fabulous Rose Frame)
Theresa Momber (Illustrator of The Wetlands 2)


Be sure to pop over to the Gina K Designs Store and check out all of the new products available this month in the “What’s New” section at http://www.ginakdesigns.com.


Thank you for stopping by!