Saturday, February 27, 2010

Card Patterns' First Anniversary Blog Hop

I am so glad you stopped by today for Card Patterns' sketch blog's first anniversary. To celebrate this momentous day, the Card Patterns team is having a blog hop starting today. And what is a party without prizes? There will be lots of cards to see and fun prizes up for grabs. You can find more details in the Card Patterns blog today.

Thank you to so many of you who play along with us every week. You've all been a source of inspiration to me with your creativity. I hope the Card Patterns team have been a blessing to you as you have been to us.

So, now here's the super-easy sketch:

My thank you card uses GinaK Designs Lovely Labels and Inside and Out (sentiment) sets. The patterned papers are Webster's Pages. I die cut a printed old text with a Stampin' Up! sizzlit for the butterfly.

Here is another card using my friend Laura's beautiful stamps, Flutterescent and Nature Walk by her company, Layers of Color. The label and sentiment are from GinaK Designs' Lovely Labels. I stamped the background randomly using LOC stamps.

Both cards qualify for the Moxie Fab Olympics of Stamping challenge. Make sure you stop by our Guest DT this week, a very talented lady from Russia,

And tomorrow, the two stops are YVONNE and MICHELLE. Happy hopping!


Friday, February 26, 2010

Let's Go Hopping and Shopping with Gina K!

This month's Illustrator hop is bigger and better than ever before. For today's hop, anybody can participate and has a chance to win TONS of exciting prizes. Gina issued a challenge on her blog, so make sure you go there and find all the nice, little details. And believe me, you will want to try to win the prize package GKD is offering! It's AMAZING!

GKD is also offering a great SALE in celebration of this hop. Now is the time to stock up. More info on Gina's blog.

Here are my cards...The first two will be entered to Moxie Fab's Olympics of Stamping challenge.

The first one uses my Lovely Labels set. I love my Nesties so much that I just had to design this set. These label stamps have found permanent residence on my craft table. I embossed the label with pearl gold powder. The spring colors are found in the patterned papers by Webster's Pages. All the papers were sponged on the edges with ink. There's a hint of All Spruced up in the lace border and button to add drama to the card :-).

I love Melanie's brand new set, Pressed Flowers, which matches her A Year of Flowers. I used both in this card. These images are so perfect for vintage shabby cards, or stamped on their own for a clean and simple look. I just love stamps like that. I don't know if you can see, but the rose is covered in glitter I stamed the outline rose in soft pink on the lined patterned paper. The sentiment is from the new Card Kit, Spring Florals. The papers are Webster's Pages again. The ribbon is from the Organize It STV kit.

My next card uses Rupa's latest, Oh Baby! set. I decided to make it unisex and use the baby blue houndstooth paper from my Swing into Spring digi paper pack. The rocking horse was colored with Copics. The buttons are from the Spring collection.

And an extra card not for the challenge, but just because...:-) This uses Lovely Labels again and it took no more than 7 minutes to make. The ricracs were glued with Scortape. The button is from the Autumn Button Assortment, the twine is May Arts.

For all the details on this exciting blog hop event, please check out GinaK's blog! We'd love to have you join in the hop by adding your project's direct link to Gina's blog in the Mister Linky box.

Here are all the designers joining in the hop tonight featuring February's new stamp sets:


Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Tuesday Trigger, Card Patterns and Reminders!

Here's a card for Moxie Fab's Tues Trigger and Olympics of Stamping Challenge. This is a quick card to make that can be used for either Birthday or Anniversary. The label and sentiment are from Lovely Labels. The cardstocks used GinaK's Sweet Corn and Ivory. That elegant ribbon is also from GinaK Designs. The DP is by DCWV

This is my card this week for the Card Patterns sketch:

Our sponsor this week is They sent us some adorable images to use for the sketch. I love this little skater. The sentiment is from Gina K Designs Winter Friends, it's just perfect with this darling image. I hope you can join us this week. is giving a very generous prize: A gift certificate value of $39.99to redeem any of PWCO and Little Loud stamps.

Now, some announcements and reminders:
  • Card Patterns is turning one! Woohoo! And the DT has special blog hops with prizes to be won from 27 Feb - 5 March. I hope you can join us.
  • Have you been checking the SRM Stickers Blog? Jenyfur posted a cute, little gift tutorial yesterday. There's inspiration galore using SRM's fabulous stickers. Be a follower, so you don't miss anything and join the monthly challenge for a chance to be Guest DT. And the SRM Online Store is now open.
  • Finally, starting at 10PM CST on Feb 25, Gina K Designs will be hosting a hop that you don't want to miss. In the meantime, make sure you comment in the Moxie Fab GinaK Designs giveaway -->> HERE and the 10K member celebration of Stamp TV -->>HERE. Lots of prices to be had from my favorite stamp company :-)
I hope you are all having a good Thursday, everyone!


Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Another great giveaway from Gina K Designs

In celebration of Stamp It! magazine, Cath is giving away 8 fantastic Gina K. Designs stamp sets today in the Moxie Fab World Blog! Woohoo! Here are the sets up for grabs and all you need to do is leave a comment. You DO NOT need to participate in Moxie Fab's Tues Trigger to win these fabulous sets.
I believe Stamp It! 2010 magazine is Paper Crafts magazine's most popular special issue. I have two cards published is this specific issue! The Gina K Designs crew has some projects to show you featuring the 8 sets that Cath picked for the give away. Make sure you go to Gina's blog to see a list of the participants.

I'm showing you a card using two of my stamp sets, Lovely Labels and Vintage Borders. I stamped the music background with Tuscan Tan ink on the birdcage paper (Postcards from Paris by Webster's Pages). The label is also stamped with tan ink, the sentiment with Olive ink. The card base is Gina K Designs' pure luxury ivory, which was sponged on the edges with Tuscan Tan ink. It's just perfect for vintage cards. The lovely satin ribbon and vintage lace are a local find.

Stop over to the Moxie Fab World Blog for a chance to win 8 Gina K Designs stamp sets!

And make sure you enter the Stamp TV's 10,000 member celebration where you can win a $200 shopping spree at the GinaK Designs store -->> HERE.


Monday, February 22, 2010

HUGE StampTV giveaway...

I know I said I will take a few days off from blogging, but I have to share this wonderful news. Stamp TV now has 10,000 members! And to celebrate, Gina K Designs is giving away a $200 shopping spree to the store. Go --->>>HERE <<<--- to enter. And my international friends, GinaK ships everywhere and they have very reasonable shipping charges.

Just a quick reminder, make sure you are not subscribed to the thread or you will receive an email every time somebody comments. Check this thread for more info.

If you win, what will you spend your money on? I'll be back tomorrow for a very special post and more giveaways!!!


Sunday, February 21, 2010

Birthday Tulips

This is a card that uses Melanie's newest set, Pressed Flowers. It's so easy to make elegant cards with this stamp set. I used Vivid Tea Rose and Memento Spring Sprout, GKD Green Apple, Innocent Pink and Moonlit Fog cardstocks. I admit that Moonlit Fog is not one of my favorite colors, but it looks elegant with this card and that ribbon is a perfect match. I found it at a local flea market. The polka dot paper is from my Swing into Spring digital paper pack and the sentiment is from the Spring Florals set.

I will be taking a few days off from blogging. My husband will be going away this week for a business trip and my middle child is sick (which usually means the others will follow). There will be a big GinaK blog hop on Feb 25th, so make sure you mark your calendar for that. It'll start on Gina's blog. Have a great week, friends!


Saturday, February 20, 2010

Lovely friend card and SRM Stickers Update

I am thrilled to introduce you to another of my designing friends,

She's so full of life and energy, as evidenced by her upbeat and colorful blog. She created this stunning card
using one of my Squigglefly images, A Lovely Friend:

Isn't that clever how she separated the butterfly image from the sentiment? It's a stunning creation! Here's a short interview I did with Savannah so you can get to know her better.

1. How long have you been paper crafting and how did you get started?

I have always been interested in art and crafts--my mother painted and was really good at sewing. I started making cards from scratch (no stamps, ink, etc.) in college. I would paper piece everything with construction paper! When I moved to Florida, I took a break and focused on teaching. My husband has been very supportive and encouraged me to start a business--my passion. I just recently resigned and took up crafting full time. I paper craft and sew--I would like to get into scrapbooking. I love love love it!

2. What are your current favorite:
  • Techniques--I really am so new to this--but I would say that I enjoy using the digital stamps and using the computer.
  • Tools-- Cricut, Embossing powder/gun, sewing machine
  • Embellishments-- Buttons, flocking, glitter, ribbon, EVERYTHING!

3. What makes a "WOW" card, in your opinion?

I know I've made a WOW card if I don't want to use it or give it away! I love both the clean and simple look, as well as the embellished over the top look. I think WOW cards can come in many different styles!

When I look at someone else's cards and think is because they did something that I never would have thought about doing (i.e. using tulle for leaves, stitching and layering the papers, stamping several designs for a background, etc.). It makes me say, "I WISH I would have thought of that! How can I use that idea/paper/stamp in a different way!?"

4. What inspires you to create? Define your crafting style.

I am inspired by photos, magazines, blogs, challenges, design papers, new stamps, dreams-- just about anything! I'm not sure how to describe my crafting style--I would like to say it is shabby chic yet modern and full of love!

5. Tell us something about your family. Where are you from? Other interests besides paper crafting. Or any random fact about you.

My family consist of my husband of three years, Travis, and a Catahoula Leopard dog, Olsen Bebo. I am originally from Star City, Indiana--I grew up on a farm. Loved the country life, but after living in Germany to do my student teaching, I knew I needed to move. That is how I ended up in Florida. I love paper crafting and sewing, but I also enjoy singing. Travis and I are worship leaders at our church--he plays the guitar and sings with me.

One random fact about me is that my nickname is Jelly Bean. I always say, "You know what I mean?" and Trav started saying, "Jelly Bean" afterwards. It just stuck:}

6. Do you have a favorite quote/verse that you live by?

For life- Trav and I try to live by Ecc. 4:12b, "A cord of three is not quickly broken." For my business and other passions, I like to remember that it is all about the customer--I love to make people feel special, and when my cards [or other products] bring them happiness, smiles, and love...then I know that I've done the best I could.

Her card today has certainly brought me happiness, smiles and love. Thanks, Savannah. You will see more from her and I can't wait.


I am so happy to announce that the SRM Stickers store is now open for retail purchase. Check it out HERE. Here is a sample at what they have in the store - awesome stuff! Imagine how many cards you can make from this Sticker Sentiment: Thank You sheet.

And check out my friend Kathy's card using it on the SRM Blog. While there, make sure you follow so you don't miss the happenings in the blog. And SRM is sponsoring the Caardvarks current challenge. Go check out what the Crew made with SRM sticker products.


Friday, February 19, 2010

Two cards, two different styles

Welcome to Unity's FWF! I'm so excited to be able to participate again as I just love my Unity! Have you seen their new blog? AWESOME! Just looking at it makes me happy inside. I like the pics of the beautiful DTs on the side, too. And I can't wait until the "deal of the day" becomes available. :-)

I made two cards, two different styles, today. The first one is cutesy & fun and uses the Believe in Fairytales Store Kit (trees). I just love it and if you don't have a LSS, check out Limelight Papercrafts. I'm not affiliated with them, just a very satisfied customer. The sun is from the A Pocket Full KOTM and the sentiment is from Bevy of Butterflies. The patterned papers are October Afternoon Farm Fresh.

My next card is shabby chic. This was inspired by a sketch on the Papercrafts magazine a few months ago. The big elegant background is Everlasting Romance. I stamped a butterfly from Bevy of Butterflies on the tag and the sentiment is also from the A Pocket Full KOTM. I hand wrote "you."

Have a great weekend, everyone. I'm off to go visiting and maybe some shopping.


Thursday, February 18, 2010

My Designing Friend, Janice, and another multi-challenge card

Before I show my card for today, I want first to introduce you to another one of my very talented designing friends, She is not only an avid cardmaker, but she also scrapbooks and creates the most amazing cakes! You can see some of her cake creations HERE. Look at this beautiful card she made using Lovely Labels. Wow, I love the quilted look and the lace...well you know how much I love lace. :-)

I asked her a few questions and I hope you will enjoy reading about her as much as I did.

1. How long have you been paper crafting and how did you get started?

I've been crafting all my life! I grew up with crafting all around me; my mom was a seamstress (often times making little dresses for my and my sister's Barbie dolls!) and my dad mettled in carpentry, matting and framing, so working with your hands to create something beautiful was just part of life for me growing up. I honed in on paper crafting when I was in college. I made a scrapbooking album encompassing my college years and I had so much fun doing it! It was when stickers and fun edged scissors were all the rage! I look back at that album now and laugh! Some of my pages were just plain hilarious ( I made my own handmade die cuts and colored my own background paper back then--what in the world!) I enjoyed it so much though that I've never looked back. :)

2. What are your current favorite:
  • Techniques: my latest fascination has been with the "shabby chic" look! I can't say I've mastered it yet as I am such a "clean cut look" type of gal but I love the challenge of it and the aspect of stretching my creativity that it gives
  • Tools: I love my BossKut Gazelle! Of course, borders punches, my Nestabilities, and stamps, stamps, stamps!
  • Embellishments: oooooh, yes, I love ribbon and lately I seem to be putting a bow on every card I make!
3. What makes a "WOW" card, in your opinion?

Hmmm, that is such hard question because there are so many beautiful creations out there that look so different and use such different techniques, BUT, in my opinion, they do have to have a well-balanced composition and colors that compliment one another. And for whatever reason, if a card has a bit of texture to it it makes it all the more fun to look at!

4. What inspires you to create? Define your crafting style.

Another hard question. ;) I'm not sure if this would be considered inspiration but I simply have this drive within me to "create" and it is something that I have had all my life. The feeling I get when I have created something beautiful is so satisfying. And what a stress reliever it is to sit down and work with my hands! I must say though, that nature is absolutely inspiring to me!

As far as my style, I guess I'm a bit of a mixed bag. I really do like a nice clean cut look but I also like flowers and flourishes and those don't always lend themselves to clean and crisp looks. I'm not into doodling and such as my handwriting is horrible and I prefer to create something "elegant" as opposed to "cute"--not that cute is bad, its just not my style! ;)

5. Tell us something about your family. Where are you from? Other interests besides paper crafting. Or any random fact about you.

I've been married to a wonderful man named Luke and we have two little sons, Elijah (3yr.) and Judah (19mo,). They are the loves of my life! We are from central Texas but are currently in South Carolina attending language school and studying Russian! My husband will be teaching at an private international school in Russia this coming fall so, we are "in process" of learning the language and getting out the door. We are excited about our upcoming journey overseas!

Apart from paper crafting, I'm into cake decorating, crocheting, mountain biking, jewelry making, floral arranging, sports and the list goes on! What can I say, there are just so many fun things in this world to enjoy so why not enjoy them?! :)

6. Do you have a favorite quote/verse that you live by?

Yes! I have always claimed Proverbs 3:5-6, "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him and he will make your paths straight." as my favorite verse and I still love it and cling to it but recently, Matt. 19:26 "With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible." has been the verse that has been close to my heart.

Here's a card from me today. The frame is cut with
Spellbinders labels 4. The subtle stamp in the background and text are from GinaK Designs' Lovely Labels. The butterfly is from Hope is Faith set; the papers are Theresa's Wings of Hope digipapers. Some of the proceeds from from these stamp set and digipapers will go towards helping the victims of Haiti.

I'm entering this card to the following challenges:

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

New Look, Carnival and a Card

I've been wanting to change my blog look for awhile and finally got some time to make something. I still have some tweaks to do, but for now this will do :-).

My card for today, which follows the sketch over at the EBTKS Challenge:

Stamps: Lovely Labels, Inside & Outside
Lemon Drop, All Spruced Up, Basic Grey Nook and Pantry
Ink: SU Cameo Coral, Vivid Vintage Green

Yesterday was Carnival here in Croatia. It's the last day before Lent. It's tradition that kids dress up. My girls decided they want to be Modest Models (their idea). They went "trick or treating" for the first time and came home with $25 each in their pockets. We know people give money, but we usually just give candy. I guess we're the el-cheapo family in the neighborhood. :-)


Tuesday, February 16, 2010

My first Designing Friend and a multi-challenge card

For my challenge card, please scroll below.

I'm so happy to introduce you to one of my designing friends this month.

I've been a fan of her great blog since I found it while checking out the CPS challenge blog a few months ago, where she is a DT member. She also designs for...get this...Glitz Designs and Provocraft. Lea's a whiz with her Cricut machine.

Her style is eclectic, that's one reason I love her work. She can whip up a stunning CAS card and go vintage shabby the next. That takes talent, my friends. :-) Just look at this beautiful card she made using Lovely Labels without the Spellbinder Labels 4!

I asked her a few questions just so you all can get to know her better:

1. How long have you been paper crafting and how did you get started?

I have done some form of paper crafting from a very young age, as I have always had a love of photographs, stationary, stickers, and writing. I officially began scrapbooking the summer after my senior year of high school because my aunt gave me a scrapbooking kit as my graduation gift. I got into card making in 2005, and haven't looked back since! I don't scrapbook much anymore, but I love to sit in my craft room utilizing all the fun new paper and stamp products to make cards galore!

2. What are your current favorite:
  • Techniques: Lately it has been glittering!
  • Tools: corner rounder, border punches, and my Cricut Expression!
  • Embellishments: Ribbon, buttons, & of course, jewels!
3. What makes a "WOW" card, in your opinion?

I think good color combination, complimentary embellishing, and rounded corners make for a crisp & clean card with lots of "WOW!" factor.

4. What inspires you to create? Define your crafting style.

Colors, patterned papers, and new stamp sets inspire me to create!! And I will go on record saying that my craft style has multiple personalities. Most of the time it is clean and simple...but sometimes other personalities take over and you will see cards covered in product, ultra embellished, and a little bit crazy!

5. Tell us something about your family. Where are you from? Other interests besides paper crafting. Or any random fact about you.

My family consists of my husband of almost 8 years, Josh, and our two dogs; a yorkie named Bailey, and a cocker spaniel named Sadie. I am also super close with my parents, and my 19 year old brother, Casey. We often drive the 2.5 hours just to spend the day together, and vice versa. I love high school and college football, so fall is my favorite time of year!! I finished photography school in October of 2009, and am now working on getting my business going. My focus is senior portraiture and fine art wedding photography...but I really do love to photograph football as well!

6. Do you have a favorite quote/verse that you live by?

"Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true." ~Joseph Cardinal Suenens

There you have it, peeps. Now, go drool over her other beautiful projects on HER BLOG and get inspired.
Multi-Challenge Card

And here's a card I'm entering in Lucy's polka dot challenge, The Pink Elephant #54 to use ribbons, Stamp Something Cute challenge, Spoonful of Sugar springtime challenge. These challenges all speak my language!

Stamps: Oh Baby!
Papers: Creme de Menthe, Swing into Spring digipapers

Monday, February 15, 2010

Exciting News: DT Announcements

I've been dying to share my exciting news with you and the day is finally here...I am now designing for SRM Stickers!

Here's a little bit of info about this awesome company:

SRM Stickers was established by Susan McShirley in 1979 making products for the gift and stationery business. In 1997, seeing an exciting new area in scrapbooking, SRM decided to shift its focus and to create products for the scrapbooking and paper craft industry.

Look at this this list of super talented ladies I will be designing with. I felt like a star-struck kid when I saw the names on the list.

Jenyfur Pohl - SRM Communications Director

You can read the announcement on the SRM blog, where you can also join in the fun on their monthly challenges. I can't wait to share some projects with you using SRM Stickers' fantastic products. In the meantime, go check them out HERE. And they have a line of cute images and sentiments to make quick cards with HERE.

My Guest DT Announcement!

First of all, a BIG thank you to those who applied for my Guest DT spots. I have to say it was agonizing to go through the list of talented ladies who all want to help me out promoting my GinaK Designs and Squigglefly images. I am truly thankful and flattered that so many of you are excited about working with me. I am calling them my Designing Friends or DF team. Because there are so many to choose from, I decided to have a couple of DFs every month for my GinaK Designs stamps. The Squigglefly friends will be designing with me for a few months.

I have a list of ladies already scheduled for my upcoming releases, so even if you don't see your name on the list below, that doesn't mean I won't ask you. I have all your names on file and will contact you when the time comes. I have to match the designer with my images and can only take two designers a month for my GKD stamps.

I am happy to announce the amazing Designing Friends team who have agreed to design with me using my GinaK Designs and Squigglefly images.

Lea Lawson (GKD)
Janice Whiting (GKD)
Savannah O'Gwynn (Squigglefly)
Tami Grandi (Squigglefly)

I can't wait to see what they come up with. I know they will not disappoint. Finally, here's a card for all the amazing friends I've made in the paper crafting community. You all have blessed me more thank you'll ever know.

Stamps: Dream Birds, Hang In There
Paper: Ocean Mist, Rocket Red, Oct Aft Farm Fresh PP


Friday, February 12, 2010

Introducing Lovely Labels and a Caardvarks card

Hi, everyone...what a great GinaK release party last night. I'm pooped :-). Here is my latest set from GinaK Designs, Lovely Labels. It's huge, twice as big as a normal set, but costs only a little bit more. Did you know Gina K Designs also carries the Spellbinder Labels dies that go with this set? In case you want to know, these stamps work with Labels 1, 4, 8 and 9.

And here's my favorite card I made with it. It's a wedding one, perfect for the Caardvarks' challenge. Cards magazine is the sponsor and the prize is an opportunity to get published in their July 2010 issue! Woohoo!

Stamps: Lovely Labels
Paper: Gina K Designs Ivory, Webster's pages Postcards from Paris paper pack
Ink: SU Not Quite Navy, Vivid Tuscan Tan, Coffee Bean
Accents: Mark Richards pearls, ribbon and trim

Here are some of the new digital papers, Swing Into Spring, that I designed to coordinate with the new Gina K Designs Spring cardstock collection, buttons and ribbons. They're available in quarter pages:

And whole sheets:

I also have to announce the friends who have agreed to design with my new stamps in a few days. And I have one more exciting news, but you'll have to wait until Monday. :-) Have a warm and safe weekend!


Thursday, February 11, 2010

Gina K Designs Feb 2010 Previews, Day 4

I am so excited to finally show you my latest set, Lovely Labels, which has been months in the making. I worked on this set more than any other set I've ever designed. I hope you will like it as much as I do. :-)

I knew as soon as I started using my Spellbinders Labels dies that I wanted to design stamps to go with them. When I started to work, I wanted to do two things:
  • Design stamps that are fancy and decorated, not merely outlines of the dies,
  • Include more than one type of the labels in the set. As a stamper myself, I know I can't afford to buy a stamp set for each die set I own. So, I decided to create in one large set, four Labels dies (Labels 1, 4, 8 and 9) designs. The 2 stamps for each of these die sets are the sizes I often find myself using regularly.
By the way, you don't need to have the Labels dies in order to enjoy these lovely labels stamps. They are good stamped as they are or hand cut, as you will see when I introduce my Guest DT next week. Included in this set are some all occasion sentiments that can be used for birthday, anniversary, get well, wedding, etc. as seen below on my cards.

I also designed a new digital paper pack called Swing into Spring that compliments the new Spring Assortment paper pack. I made these papers because I've always loved these simple, classic patterns which I haven't been able to find in Croatia and I'm too impatient to get them from the US (not to mention the expensive international shipping). I can print these as much as and in whatever size pattern I want. These papers will be available as full letter sheets or as quarter sheets (4 designs in one page).

I want to show you 3 different styles using Lovely Labels. The first is my current favorite, vintage shabby. This is easily achieved with Lovely Labels. Stamp and die cut the label and sentiment from Inside & Out. I then cut my double-sided Webster's Pages patterned paper, sponged and distressed the edges, stitched around, adhered the lace, ribbon, buttoned flower and pearls.

I went for clean and simple on my card set below, and these were quick to make as well. It helps that GinaK Designs carries the coordinating papers, inks and ribbons.

And here they are individually. Click on the photos to get a bigger view. This one uses Creme de Menthe cardstock and Memento New Sprout ink. The sentiment is from the new Free with 3 set, Inside & Out, a great set with the greetings on the front and a coordinating sentiment for inside the card.

This one uses the new Lovely Lavender cardstock and Vivid Purple stamped twice to get a more pastel color. The sentiments in my next three cards are included in the Lovely Labels set as well.

This one uses Ocean Mist and Vivid Aqua ink stamped twice.

Finally, this one uses Innocent Pink cardstock and Memento Angel Pink ink.

And finally, a classic and elegant design using Lovely Labels. So, you see how versatile this set is, no matter what you style preference is? :-)

Check out these designers' links for even more samples made with Lovely Labels, set as well as the new Free with Three stamp set called Inside & Out, and the Spring Florals card kit:
Jessica Fick
Theresa Momber
Melanie Muenchinger
Carolyn King
Tami Mayberry
Lee Murphy
Lynn Mercurio
Kurtis Amundson
Donna Baker
Emily Giovanni
Erika Martin
Bev Gerard
Colleen Schaan

We'd love to have each of you make plans to join us tomorrow night for the big Release party over in Gina's Forum on SCS! The virtual party starts at 7pm CST and is filled with contest questions from Gina, challenges from three of our designers, and tons more samples from the entire GKD team! I'm hosting a fun challenge, so I hope to see you there.

For some helpful tips on how Gina's Release parties work on SCS, check out this discussion on StampTV.
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