The Design Team for Gina K. Designs welcomes you to another fabulous Inspiration Blog Hop! Gina and the Design Team 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 Stamp TV a few days after the hops.
Well good morning! My first project today is featuring the new set , “Spoon Me” that I designed. I have to say this is one of my favorites sets ever that I have designed and I am super proud to have been able to make it and can’t WAIT until I see what YOU all do with it! Here is the full set of images:
Spoon Me is a sweet way to ask your love for a little snuggle, and it is a little sweet and a little sassy. I took a different approach to this sweet little idiomatic expression by making this little M&M gift bag. Super simple and SO easy to recreate for your special Valentine
Using a wooden demitasse spoon:
from HERE, I stamped a little heart and filled a glassine bag with M&Ms. With a simple Spellbinders tag, I stamped the Spoon Me sentiment.
I finished it off with some GKD white card stock and the red gingham patterned paper from the Smitten line and some GKD Red Hot gingham ribbon, (which I think I am completely addicted to). Some well place glue dots and you are good to go for this gift! Have fun if you give it a try!
A simple white base and some Kraft lends itself to showcasing the little bits of pink, blue, brown and green. Subtle and pretty. I topped off the die cut image with a Tickled Pink button from the GKD Color Companion line. I decided to then stamp inside of my card for the sentiment.
I really like how this turned out. Don’t forget about the insides of your cards as well!
My final project of the day is for Tami Mayberry’s new set, Simple Hearts. I have to say, when I had this idea for her set, I didn’t know it would come out this well, but I LOVE this card. REALLY love.
Using the small x’s and ‘s and heart stamps, I made a keyboard for this Silhouette cut file typewriter. Now, when I bought this cut file in the Silhouette store it was much smaller than this. I made it bigger and cut out the center so I could fit my keys inside. I just am so tickled about how it came out. Using Tami’s other set, Take Note, I was able to make the paper for the typewriter.
I sure hope you were inspired today! Let me know what you think! Make sure to stop by the other girls blogs to see what they have in store for you this morning!
- Gina K
- Theresa Momber – Illustrator Birds and Blossoms
- Becky Oehlers – Illustrator Spoon Me
- Tami Mayberry – Illustrator Simple Hearts
- AJ Otto
- Beth Silaika
- Carolina Buchting
- Carolyn King
- Cathy Tidwell
- Debbie Corbari
- Latisha Yoast
- Laurie Schmidlin
- Lee Murphy
- Melanie Muenchinger
- Michelle Woerner
- Sean Fetterman
- Sharon Harnist
- Valerie Stangle