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Today, the team is sharing projects using Lots of Letters and Warm Woolen Mittens. Here are my projects-
First a card using Lots of Letters:
Memento tuxedo black ink before embossing the letters in white on top. For the center heart, I stamped the outline and then added the metal heart. Lovin' these letters and all the ways you can mix and match them with their borders.
Next is a card featuring Warm Woolen Mittens. This set is just fantastic for winter greetings. And I love that the patterns in the set can be used for all occasions. (You will see them making an appearance a few times this week:)
Ivory cardstock using my Silhouette and then stamped the patterns on the cut outs using Memento teal zeal ink. This allowed me to create a perfect set of mittens to hang on my card. For the sentiment, I did the same--printed the outline of the sentiment using Becky's cut file and then stamped the sentiment on it.
Next, I have a shaped card using Warm Woolen Mittens. This time I focused on the backgrounds to create the bottom section of the card:
I stamped the sentiment using before adding some wooden trees over the patterns. Finally, I added some rhinestones along the center stamped pattern.
That is it from me today! Check out all the amazing inspiration on these blogs:
- Gina K
- Becky Oehlers – Illustrator Warm Woolen Mittens
- Melanie Muenchinger – Illustrator Lots of Letters
- AJ Otto
- Beth Silaika
- Carolina Buchting
- Carolyn King (You are here!)
- Cathy Tidwell
- Deb Felts
- Emily Giovanni
- Giovana Smith
- Jimmi Mayo
- Lee Murphy
- Lori McAree
- Michelle Woerner
- Sharon Harnist
- Suzanne Dean
- Tami Mayberry
- Theresa Momber
- Tina Gilliland
- Vicki Dutcher
Thanks for stopping by! See you tomorrow with more Gina K projects!