Monday, September 28, 2009

Gina K Design Preview Day 2!!

Hey ya'll! Welcome back to day 2 of the previews for the release from Gina K Designs for September...last night's previews were soo awesome! I am so honored to work along side my fellow DT! They are always such inspirations to me! Ok, I wont get all mushy on ya, LOL! ON WITH THE SHOW!!

Up first tonight is Melanie Muenchinger's newest set called Hip to be Square (pssttt..I THINK she named this after me, haha!) Here is one of the things I have done with this set:




I have been mass producing Christmas cards! I wanted a card that would quick, easy to mail, and still look fantastic! Well, Mel's set helped me do this! Here is just one by itself:



I used the solid square stamp and the ribbon stamp that fits it perfect...I stamped the ribbon with versamark and embossed it with silver embossing powder, and then just popped them up and mounting tape by scotch that has a bit of dimension, but not too much. I had that little skinny narrow ribbon in my stash from last year and it matched really good to me with this so used it between 2 scored lines and did a bit of paper piercing and all done! I mean, the longest part was embossing the ribbon part and the ink drying on the stamped squares! I am going to make about 3 more of these type to send out...and then I have another idea in mind for more ;)

Next up is the newest set by Nina Brackett called Lord of the Season. Here is my card I did with it:



Since I know you all have seen alot of Christmas card, lol, I decided to do a Fall theme one for my preview. I have stated before how much I love the Fall, and this image is just gorgeous Fall image to me! And the sentiment, one of my favorites! It gives you a hint what else might be in this awesome set! ;)
And the papers and ribbon AND the button... yep from the new Autumn Assortment Companion Pack! I am just soo loving these, and I know you are going to also! Us cardmakers, we like stuff all matchy matchy and these companion Packs make it easy!

OK, now for more awesome eye candy!

Head over to GinaK's blog to add your comment to her blog entry for a chance to win the new stamp sets being previewed tonight our blogs!

Then, check in with the Illustrators of our two stamp sets featured tonight:
Nina Brackett: Lord of the Season
Melanie Muenchinger: Hip to be Square

Design Team Members participating in the hop tonight:
Carolyn King
Cathy Tidwell
Cindy Lawrence
Donna Baker
Emily Giovanni
Erika Martin
Jessica Fick
Kurtis Amundson
Lee Murphy
Lynn Mercurio
Theresa Momber

CenterStage Spotlight Designers:
Giovana Smith
Janice Melton

I hope you enjoyed the previews tonight! Come on back tomorrow for MORE!! And its the new Stamp TV Kit tomorrow! Woohooo!!
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Card #1:
Stamps: Hip to be Square by Melanie Muenchinger from Gina K Designs
Papers: Pure Luxury white 120lb, Soft Sand
Accessories: silver embossing powder, dimensional tape, ribbon, scor-pal, tim holtz ruler for piercing, Vivid dye ink in Olive and Brick Red from Gina K.
Card #2:
Stamps: Lord of the Season by Nina Brackett from Gina K Designs
Papers: Pure Luxury cardstock in white, chocolate Kiss, pumpkin spice, and sweet corn.
Accessories: nesties fancy tags and label four, Vivid Tuscan Tan ink for sponging from Gina K, nail head rhinestones, paper piercer tool, pop dots, copic markers, ribbon.

26 comments:

Lori said...

Your cards are gorgeous Cat!!

JessicaK said...

sweet duo! Love those little presents; they're so cute and you're right - just perfect for production en masse.

JessicaK said...

sweet duo! Love those little presents; they're so cute and you're right - just perfect for production en masse.

Melanie said...

love the embossing, that is a great layout, for mass prodction or not!
beautiful topiary!

joy said...

You are right - the colors of the cardstock and ribbon you used are wonderful. You've done a good job showing these off.

Jennie said...

Love your cards Cat! The present one is just perfect and love the button :o) The new assortment packs look just delightful!

Theresa Momber said...

Ooooh, you rock! Love these!!!

jjindp said...

love the embossed gifts

Payne Holler Cards said...

these are fun and FUN! cant wait to CASE them...tfs...lovin all the matchin stuff woo hoooo LOL

Janice M said...

Beautiful cards!! Love your Christmas cards.

Lee (LuvLee on SCS) said...

Wow what a gorgeous CAS design with Mel's set!! And soooo sweet that topiary is with the button center!!!

Carolina said...

What a fun card with Mel's set and love the button in the middle on the second card...cute, cute, cute!!!

Giovana said...

Beautiful cards Cat!! Love the colors.
God bless
Giovana

NinaB said...

These are lovely, Cat. I love the CAS, yet stunning first card. Those paper peirced corners are a great addition to the 2nd card.

craftieodamae said...

these images are so awesome!! And you showed how cute the cards are, thanks for sharing!

Lynn Mercurio said...

Absolutely beautiful, Cat. I really love your Christmas cards...projects that are fairly quick to make, but really pack a big WOW factor.

asela said...

Gorgeous cards!

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

I may just have to case your card with the little presents! The topiary card is beautiful! Great job, Cat!

mudmaven said...

What wonderful cards you have to share with us today! Love the buttons and ribbon and YES to the loving all the matchy matchy stuff! Yea! ~chris

Donna said...

awesome cards! I love the CAS which you have mastered quite wonderfully I might add.

Crystal said...

WOW Great cards!!! AWESOME images!! TFS!

Lori said...

I say it again, I am so glad you are back! You make me smile. Love the clean look of your Christmas cards. The second card is so Autumn, I love that, and your coloring is beautiful!

Carolyn King said...

Love em Cat! Love how you did the first cards---they are rockin. Love the beautiful topiary too....the yellow button is fun!

Jessica said...

Cathy!! I LOVE both of your cards, Cathy! It's so great having you back this month - we missed you last month SO MUCH!

Deebi27 said...

Simple and to the point, great looking cards.

Kelli said...

Ohhhh, I love it! It's beautiful!!! And, yes, I like all the "matchey" stuff too.

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