You know those weird, random occasions you need a card for? The ones you never have stamps for to make your own? And you end up spending $6.00 on a card? Not anymore. Gina K. has created a stamp set dedicated to the ALL the occasions. You can even mix and match some of these greetings. This is an add on to the wreath builder line of stamps. You can combine these little images with the foliage of the other wreath builders to create a theme, or you can use this one all by itself to really get the point of the occasion across. (Read more...)
I just can't stop using this gorgeous set that Hannah made! It's just so pretty. This card uses just the single roses from her set. They are so simple to color quickly. Because Hannah drew in the details of the flower, all that really needs to be done is get some color on there! (Read more...)
This blog post was so much fun to prepare! I swatched every Gina K. Designs ink and grouped them by color to better show how the colors coordinate and blend together. It can be so difficult to know which color to use for which project, or which ones have similar undertones for good color blending or layering. (Read more...)
These little tags will spice up your holiday wrapping in a jiffy. The greeting, "I heard you were good this year..." is one of my favorites for using on Christmas gifts. (Read more...)
Today I am featuring a card using the absolutely gorgeous new stamp set by Alicia Krupskya, Snow Birds. I watercolored the darling little bird in the middle for my card, but I cannot wait to try coloring the cardinal in colored pencil! (Read more...)
Today I'll be showcasing a card I created using my brand new set with Gina K. Designs, "A Very Merry Christmas." I had so much fun making this card. There's something satisfying about ink blending, and Distress Oxides are the best for blendy-ness.
Eeek! I am so excited to be releasing another stamp set with Gina K. Designs! Christmas time is my absolute favorite time of year. (I may have mentioned in the past that Autumn is my absolute favorite time of year, and the reason for that is because I can never make up my mind.) (Read more...)