Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Gina K April release inspiration blog hop: Day 3

Hi everyone!  Today the Design Team for Gina K. Designs welcomes you to another fabulous Inspiration Blog Hop were we hope to inspire you with many beautiful ideas! And as you hop through their blogs, make sure to leave a comment on each because we will choose a few random commenters and they will win a grab bag of deeply etched, pre-cut Gina K. Designs stamps! To see the full list of winners check the Big News forum at Stamp TV a couple of days after the hops!!
 
Today we are spotlighting the One Free with Three set, One in a Million.  This set is FREE when you buy 3 or more stamp sets!
 My card uses a piece of the GKD paper from the Petals and Wings pack.  I lightly stamped the flower image in the background.  It's hard to see in the picture, but I added stickles to the flower centers. 
Check out all the amazing designs and inspiration:
 
Card Deets (One in a Million):
Stamps - One in a Million
Ink - grey and kraft ink
Cardstock - Pure Luxury cardstock in White, other dark grey and light pink cardstock
Pattern Paper - GKD Petals and Wings
Accessories - Spellbinders S5-086 Bitty Blossoms, E8-008 Classic Edges Two Edgeabilities and E8-004 Classic Ric Rac insert; satin ribbon, decorative stick pins, rhinestones, burlap string, stickles in Stardust
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58 comments:

  1. Gorgeous, Michelle! What an elegant look!

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  2. How pretty! The delicate stamping really makes you look and is such a special look.

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  3. Stunning, classy card, love how you stamped on the DP, and the ribbon/flower/pin detail is beautiful :-)

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  4. This is fabulous. I love how the image blends into the background and lets your embellishments stand out.

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  5. Love this stamped on the delicate pattern and beautiful trims you've chosen!

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  6. Such a lovely, girly card. Love the delicately stamped flower on printed background.

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  7. Love the subtle way you used the stamp! Great idea.

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  8. That is really pretty. I love the subtle effects with the flowers.

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  9. I just love these hops...getting to see all the creative things you all have done with the same set! So inspiring.

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  10. Love this colour combo and the soft look you achieved.

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  11. Very elegant card. I could see the stickles just fine when I enlarged the card. I really like the idea of using the stamp subtly in the background.

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  12. Very elegant. I really like the stamped flower on the printed background.

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  13. soft and sweet. thanks for sharing

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  14. Beautifully done, Michelle. Love the subtle flower image you stamped behind the pins and how you layered the punched, horizontal strip with the pink behind the punched pattern.

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  15. Great design - very elegant and classy!

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  16. Really pretty and subtle lacy design. I Love all of the accents and embellishments.

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  17. Fab card,just love everything about it. Not overdone, just perfect.

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  18. wow! Now this is really a different style card from all the others on the HOP! Good for you.

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  19. This set is really beautiful! I love how you subtly stamped it!

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  20. Don't you worry! I can spot Stickles almost every time. I love the soft colour of stamping on the pretty patterned paper. I can't say I have ever done this technique. Pretty embellishments! :)

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  21. Beautiful ! I love how the stamped image fades into the background and the embellishments are gorgeous !

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  22. Beautiful ! I love how the stamped image fades into the background and the embellishments are gorgeous !

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  23. YOWZA! That is absolutely GORGEOUS!!!

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  24. beautiful card. love the sulteness and your trim is great

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  25. This is so stunning. Gives your embellishments, ribbon and sentiment the limelite. This is beautiful. Thanks

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  26. Such a versatile stamp and I just love the card you made with it Michelle.

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  27. wow how gorgeous is this. Love the papers and the border is great the added flowers and stick pins is perfect. thanks for sharing

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  28. Beautiful, love the subtle flowers!

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  29. What an elegant card! Another great example of how versatile this stamp is.

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  30. Very pretty stamped on the dp.

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  31. Different and ekegant, really like it.

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  32. Lovely card....like the shadow look of the flower stamp!
    Jan

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  33. Love Gina k stamps. Thanks for sharing

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  34. This is so pretty! I love that gorgeous background!

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  35. Such a soft card. Very beautiful.

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  36. Wow I had to actually check the stamp set again to see which part you used lol...what a great showcase of how to maximize a stamp, wonderful!

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  37. What a beautiful elegant card. I love it.

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  38. Beautiful cards! Elegant and soft. Love the stick pins!

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  39. This card is absolutely stunning! Great colour combo and I love the pins.

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  40. Gorgeous card! Again, I'm thrilled to see so many great ideas from one stamp set!

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  41. Lovely, simply lovely! Thanks for sharing!

    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

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  42. Such an elegant card Michelle! Just beautiful!

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  43. Such a pretty card! I really need this set, all those sentiments are perfect and i dont have any of them.

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  44. Interesting effect to stamp over PP. Thanks

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  45. Very pretty. Soft and sweet!

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  46. Beautiful card, love the background. Simply elegant!!!

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  47. So subtle and elegant. Great card.

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  48. Very pretty and elegant, Michelle :)

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  49. Oh, it's so very delicate and feminine, quiet and pretty! I never think to stamp right onto pp - but it works great!

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