Monday, March 21, 2016

GINA K DESIGNS INSPIRATION BLOG HOP - HOMEMADE BOTANICALS




GINA K DESIGNS INSPIRATION BLOG HOP
"HOMEMADE BOTANICALS"

The Cast and Crew for Gina K Designs welcomes you to a special Inspiration Blog Hop featuring our new incentive stamp set called, “Homemade Botanicals”. These stamps would be a beautiful compliment to an existing Gina K Designs stamp set to add the perfect accent or to make a sweet card on its own. Plus, the “Handmade by” stamp is wonderful to add your own personal touch! We hope to inspire you with some beautiful card projects as you hop along to each of the designer’s blogs!

Enjoy the gorgeous inspiration samples from the team and then comment on each blog for your chance to win a $20 Gina K Designs Gift Certificate!!!  To see who won, check the Big News Forum at StampTV a few days after the hop.

HOMEMADE BOTANICALS


MY PROJECTS
The Gina K Designs products used to create this project were:

  • Homemade Botanicals by Gina K Designs
  • Genevieve Giraffe by Beth Silaika 
  • Pure Luxury card stock in Kraft and 80 lb Layering Weight White
  • Gina K Designs Gingham ribbon roll in Dark Chocolate
  • Color Companions ink in Kraft
The Gina K Designs products used to create this project were:
  • Homemade Botanicals by Gina K Designs
  • A Year of Flowers 3 by Melanie Muenchinger
  • Pure Luxury card stock in 120 lb Base Weight White, 80 lb Layering Weight White and Wild Dandelion
  • Gina K Designs Fine Detail White Embossing Powder
  • Color Companions ink in Grass Green
Ready for more awesome creations?! Just click on the links below for more from the Illustrators and Design Team!!


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!


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53 comments

  1. Mr. Clean & Simple, you rocked it again. Love both looks. Using the leaves for 3D flowers is so fun.

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  2. Fabulous cards, Sean! I really love the simplicity of the first and creativity of the second.

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  3. so snazzy - love the stitched look around the three panels in the first card and adore the flowers in the second!

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  4. The fern is the perfect complement to the cut daisies and I love, love that trio design!

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  5. Good Morning Seanie, I Love the first card for its Kraft white & Gingham and the design... Your second card is cheerful and I love the flowers! :) <3

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  6. Beautiful cards as always Sean!

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  7. Both cards are so pretty! I like the panels on the first card, then how you used the greenery with the flowers. Great cards!

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  8. Sean, I love both of your cards, the Thank You is so bright and cheery, just love those flowers and the other card could be used for any sentiment. Really very nice.

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  9. Beautiful, gorgeous cards, as usual. I love the elegance of your cards. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Beautiful cards, Sean! I love the great layout of your first card and hiw it reminded me how much I love craft card stock. The second is such a pretty spring time design! Love the new florals!

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  11. Wow! Awesome cards. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. I love both your cards, Sean, but please share about the flowers on the second card!

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  13. Super lovely cards using this set. Great job Sean!

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  14. Beautiful cards, I love how you used the stamp set!

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  15. Just beautiful!! Love the 3 panels on the first card. This set is so conducive to that layout!

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  16. These are both lovely. I love the clean lines of the first card.

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  17. Very pretty cards. I really the kraft card the best, love the clean and simple design. Thanks for sharing.

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  18. Wowzer! great cards. I love the one with the daisies and the fern background. Gorgeous.

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  19. Oh! These are both so gorgeous! I love the stitched looking background on the first one and the second card is just "Wow!" Thank you for sharing!

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  20. Really like the cards. So classy

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  21. Sean, these are just gorgeous! Love them both!

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  22. Sean, these are outstanding! You always make such beautiful cards.

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  23. Love your clean and simple style. This set looks so fun!

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  24. Love love love! Thanks heaps.

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  25. i love your cards. i'm always intrigued by the male point of view on a stamp set and you once again created a clean and simple design. the ferns work wonnderfully with the daisys too.

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  26. Two wonderful cards...one calming and one cheerful...what more can you ask for from one stamp set! Your cards always inspire me...thank you for sharing your talent with all of us.

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  27. You nailed it! The three panel card is like a museum exhibit. Flawless.

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  28. What a contrast in styles! Great job! Love your cards and this set.

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  29. Both cards are beautiful. So glad we didn't have to comment on our favorite. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.

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  30. Two great cards as usual, really like your color choices. Always enjoy your ideas.

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  31. Nice cards. The yellow flower one is so bright and cheery.

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  32. Sean such an elegant card and then those Daisies you sure brightened my day...I love them tfs :) :) I'll be smiling for the day Liz

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  33. Both cards are stunning. Thanks.

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  34. Both cards are stunning. Thanks.

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  35. Love the cards and your layout and choice of colors are beautiful.

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  36. I love both of these cards, but the first is my favorite. Those stitched panels are wonderful.

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  37. Your cards are beautiful...I love the dimension. Wonderful job using the Botanicals! These new stamps are so pretty.
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  38. Your first card reminds me why I love kraft, the perfect neutral. And your second card, wow! Love it!!! The fern looks beautiful with the daisies. Would love to know what you used as flower centers... are those flocked brads, or just flock? It looks a little like Flower Soft, but I don't think it is.

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  39. Very nice Sean, I had just been thinking that all these botanicals are going to be great with all of our flowers.

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  40. Your first card reminds me of the quiteness of autumn, but the second makes me think of the "explosion of spring" (where are the 3D flowers from???). I want to make both cards.

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  41. I Love both of your cards. Thank you for sharing them.

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  42. Simple but oh so elegant, loving the yellow it really just makes me feel warm!

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  43. Beautiful cards! Love, love, love the stitching...think I am getting just a little obsessed with it! The first card is simple but classy! The second would be great to brings smile to a friends face.... Just happy little daisies! Gorgeous! Thank you for sharing and giving me new ideas to work with!

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  44. Your use of the new stamp is great. Using as a backdrop for your flower embellishments is perfect. I noticed some gingham to go along with this weeks challenge too, very nice!

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  45. Beautiful designs with these botanical stamps.

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  46. Both cards are beautiful. I especially like the look of the tan one. Elegant.

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Sean

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