While I am not officially hopping today, I figured I would show you bonus cards which I created using my stamp set Happy Hearts
This clean and simple card features the sentiment from Have Faith and the open heart from Happy Hearts! The heart was colored in with a copic marker to deepen the image. I whipped up this card in less than a minute.
This card uses the bubble heart on kraft paper. The images were then colored in with a variety of pink copics. Super simple card to replicate!
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Welcome to Day One of the Gina K. Designs Card Kit & Illustrator blog hop! Today I am featuring the new set I designed called Happy Hearts. This set also comes with a coordinating die! The release also features a great new set by Melanie called Embroidered Flowers.
When I envisioned this set, I thought of all the times when the kids were young when I had to make multiple valentine designs for their class lists. I also thought how nice it would be to have this set for anniversaries, weddings or even thinking of you cards! I try to make my sets so versatile and multi-functional! I want you to get the most bang for your buck!
The triple swirl circle with the micro-heart is so fun. I love to color in the tiny heart with a glitter pen or a marker! I tried to make it large enough for mix and match sentiments, while keeping it petite and delicate!
This card uses a moonlit fog base. I love the way the red heart pops off the card! I used a stencil and heat embossed the background with white embossing powder! Sentiment is also heat embossed!
I stamped the heart image and colored with copic markers! Such a clean design, but easy to replicate or switch out sentiments!
The red card stock just pops off the Ocean Breeze. I stamped the die cut hard with obsidian ink and loved the look with a few black micro-hearts.
I used the triple circle and added a few white gel pen dots and colored in the micro-heart. Sentiment from Layered Eucalyptus. Heart stamped on white and colored with copics.
These open hearts are easily colored with copics, watercolors or other markers!
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Welcome to day two of the Gina K. Designs New Release Blog Hop. Today I will be showing you some of the samples I created with my latest stamp set. I am showing Emily’s stamp set, but do not have any samples because we did not get it in time! It is super cute and perfect for Valentine’s Day! There is also a super cute incentive set which if free with a $75 purchase! Who doesn’t like free?
Here is Emily’s lovely set – which is now available at Gina K. Designs!
This is my latest set! All Staris available for purchase now at Gina K. Designs!
Sometimes when I create a stamp set, I just know it is going to be fun to stamp with it! This set is so versatile – you can use it for everything from The 4th of July to Baby Cards. The set can be used for Holidays and for backgrounds, for teacher and coach cards and birthday celebrations!
Here are some of the samples:
This first clean and simple card uses Wild Dandelion and Jelly Bean Green. I added a few sparkly gems and used the sentiment from the set Sweet Friendship.
This card uses innocent pink and amalgam black inks on the background and white pigment ink on the black sentiment block.
I love experimenting with kraft paper and different color inks. I used the white pigment ink right on the kraft with the open star. I colored in the stars with spectrum noir markers in a variety of colors. The sentiment is stamped in white pigment ink on Gina K. black card stock. There is a small gem attached to the sentiment strip.
This was Bella’s favorite card of the bunch. I used the open star and stamped it in black amgalam ink and colored them in with spectrum noir markers. Sentiment stamped in white pigment ink on black card stock strip
Another Kraft creation with white pigment ink! This was done using the speckled strip from Lisa’s Today And Always set followed by adding some of the solid stars from the All Star set. Make A Wish stamped in black amalgam ink.
Wild Dandelion, Ocean Mist and Black Amalgam ink were used in the creation of this super cute, 2 minute card.
This card uses a jelly bean A2 base. The stars are stamped in Jelly Bean, In The Navy and Ocean Mist.
Now if you missed the the Facebook Live with Gina K. last week, here is a Here is a LINK to replay it! I shared three cards:
This first one is so simple – just randomly stamping the stars in amalgam black ink and then adding the sentiment. This sentiment is from Sweet Friendship. I used a pale turquoise spectrum noir marker to color in the larger stars.
This card features a square innocent pink base with a mix of stars from All Starstamped in moonlit fog and innocent pink inks. The sentiment from Sweet Friendship is stamped in black amalgam ink.
This last All Star sample features a bubblgum pink A2 base. The stars are stamped in sweet mango, bubblegum pink, jelly bean green and ocean mist. The sentiment is stamped in black amalgam ink. I used some cute bakers twine to finish off the card.
Did I overload you with samples?
This is such a great set, it is sure to sit on my desk for many months!
Now on to the nitty gritty:
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