The Cast and Crew for Gina K Designs welcomes you to another fabulous blog hop celebrating the new stamp release for December by our illustrator team! 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 stamp sets by Melanie Muenchinger and Theresa Momber.
These stamp sets are so fun and versatile! You will be able to create amazing card projects using each individual set or by combining the images and sentiments from multiple sets from this release. Have fun and be creative!
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. Ready for some inspiration? Here are a few of the projects I have created for today’s hop:
Today I am sharing a few projects made with Theresa Momber's gorgeous set, Framescapes - Winter Trees. This is such a versatile set with a large framed landscaped image and several sentiment and additions.
I have focused on the beautiful framed landscape image today.
I have created winter scenes in these first two cards.
I heat embossed the image on this card in white on In the Navy cardstock. I added white sponged ink and Prismacolor pencil for snow, and added snowflakes in the sky with a white gel pen.
In this example I heat embossed with black, also adding the snow with white pigment ink and Prismacolor pencil.
This scene can be used in all seasons. Below I am sharing a video on how I watercolor painted this summer sunset card.
Melanie Meunchinger has also released a beautiful follow up set to her popular Holiday Frame from the October release. Holiday Frame Fillers allows you to create beautiful cards for any season or occasion.
I have used the Holiday Frame as a base for my faux barn wood door, and the Holiday Frame Fillers to create a congratulations card.
And again, below with a military welcome card.
The Holiday Frame Fillers now allows you to make cards for so many seasons and occasions!
Ready for more awesome creations?! Just click on the links below for more from Gina and the Cast & Crew:
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!
Chris, your cards are so stunning!!!ReplyDelete
LOVE your watercolored Framescape! ANd the scored door! Awesome Chris!ReplyDelete
Awesome, you beat me to scoring the door, I imagined that would look really cool! (and it does! Brava!) All are great but I especially love the snow and shadows you did on the first card. Sharp. I will watch your video later today!ReplyDelete
Such gorgeous work! Those scenes with the trees are stunning!ReplyDelete
Great job Chris! Loved to watch you watercolor!ReplyDelete
Love your watercolored summer sunset card.ReplyDelete
Wow, these are stunning cards. I loved your video on watercoloring. I love the look, but haven't quite mastered it yet. But I keep plodding on. Thanks for sharing and inspiring me to succeed. :-)ReplyDelete
First, thank you so much for the video. Definitely will be watching it again. Thanks so much for your inspiration and willingness to share with us.ReplyDelete
Great ideas! Love the frame stamp.ReplyDelete
Wow! Such beautiful cards! The first scene card is absolutely my favorite. Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
These are all fantastic and I love your video! :) I think I will try heat setting when watercoloring, and then maybe I will do more of it! I don't like the drying time! LOL Beautiful Creations! :) <3ReplyDelete
Your cards are stunning!! Can't wait to try the water color technique!!ReplyDelete
Oh wow your cards are absolutely gorgeous!!! WOW you have some amazing talent!ReplyDelete
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Love the black and gray... so elegant. All of the cards are beautiful.ReplyDelete
Your ability to make so many different scenes from one stamp is exciting and inspiring.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the video. It helps so much to see the creation come to life and learn the techniques.ReplyDelete
Your white trees really grabbed my attention! You are so talented!ReplyDelete
I like the summer sunset scene. I have not used water colors, but am now tempted to try it, after watching your video.ReplyDelete
I love the black, white and grey card - super!ReplyDelete
Chris, love your cards! I especially love the framescape ones. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
LOVED THE BLACK,WHITE ,GREY CARD AND ALL THE REST GREAT JOBReplyDelete
Great cards - inspiring. and it was really fun to watch and learn from the watercolor card. love it.ReplyDelete
I really like the way this turned out. I didn't realize water color had so many layers. It sure makes a difference.ReplyDelete
Love your cards, and really appreciate the video! You made it look so easy!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards Chris!!! :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful. Love your cards.ReplyDelete
Wow, Chris you have given me so many ideas on how to use Teresa's landscape set. Thanks for sharing:)ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for the video! Just beautiful cards!!!!ReplyDelete
Great artwork. All are so beautiful!ReplyDelete
GASP! What amazing cards. Thanks for the great video tutorial. Love the welcome home stars. Perfect for a returning military person. Love the design on the barn door too.ReplyDelete
Absolutely beautiful cards! I need to go back and watch your video and I can hardly wait.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards & excellent video! When I grow up I want to be just like you 'cause you make it all look so easy.ReplyDelete
So many fabulous cards!ReplyDelete
Love all your cards! Especially the summer sunset scene with the water… Just beautiful I want to try and do something like that with the water. You have inspired me again Ldyjs@outlook.comReplyDelete
Beautiful cards and thank you so much for the tutorial.ReplyDelete
I just love the white tree card.It's so elegant. Great card.ReplyDelete
So many fabulous cards! Love the video too!ReplyDelete
All cards are beautiful, but WOW! The first white heat embossed on navy is stunning.ReplyDelete
Love all those frame scape cards they are gorgeous!ReplyDelete
All of these cards are beautiful!ReplyDelete
WOW! Awesome job on all your cards they are adorable!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards! That first snowy scene with the stars...or maybe snow is so pretty, love them all though!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards! My favorite is the first one, on the In the Navy cardstock.ReplyDelete
All 3 of your scenes are my favorites. They are simply all "Wow Factor"!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful scenery cards. The night scene is my absolute favorite. ImpressiveReplyDelete
Beautiful cards Chris!ReplyDelete
Wonderful cards. Thanks for the tutorial!ReplyDelete
Stunning scenery! Thanks for the tutorial.ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards - Thank youReplyDelete
Love you background coloring and your inserts for your cards.Lovr it!ReplyDelete