Monday, March 23, 2015

Gina K Designs March 2015 Illustrator Blog Hop

Today I am showing off a card which I made with my latest stamp release from Gina K Designs called Delicate Damask.  It features mix and match damask images with some elegant sentiments. More samples will be revealed tonight at the release party and even more on Thursday when the set will be featured by the design team!



This card features a pink base with the damask images stamped in versamark. I used the Happy Birthday sentiment with black ink and some beautiful ivory organza ribbon with some pearls on it. I love the soft look of the organza and the versamark together.

Keep on hopping with the rest of the illustrators:


Melanie MuenchingerIllustrator of Triple Play Frame
Theresa MomberElegant Florals 2

   then come by tonight at 7PM Central on StampTV for the Release Party - which is sure to be full of enough eye candy to give you diabetes!

Delicate Damask is now on sale at Gina K. Designs



all items from Gina K. Designs unless otherwise noted

Pearls, ribbon




139 comments:

  1. So sweet! I am really enjoying this set!

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  2. Beautiful card! I love this set. I love the ability to use this set for focal images or fabulous background images! :)

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  3. Love the beautiful backgrounds you can create with this set! Fabulous!

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  4. Hi Beth, I love how you used the damask as tone on tone for the background. It's so soft and pretty! Can't wait to see more!

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  5. Love the simpleness yet elegant look of this card...TFS!

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  6. Hi Beth, Looking forward to tonight's release party. Love all of Stamp TV's products.

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  7. What an elegant card. I really like this. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Lovely card. Looking forward to tonight's release!!

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  9. Beautiful card! Love this damask stamp as a background image.

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  10. Very pretty card.....love that elegant stamp!

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  12. Love the damask stamp! It is really beautiful

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  13. Love the damask stamp! It is really beautiful

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  14. Damask is do exciting, goes with so many designs.

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  15. I absolutely love this card. I never quite know what to do with stamps like this. I love them, I hoard them, but I rarely use them. I cannot wait until Wednesday Club Day to try out this technique with some of those never used stamps! Thank you so much

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  16. Absolutely gorgeous design. Perfect for background or as the main image.

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  17. I like your card, I cannot wait to see the rest of this set!!

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  18. I love pink, the damask, and the clean and simple look of this card!

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  19. Oh! Love your card. Love your stamps, too! Can't wait for this one!

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  20. Your card is lovely! So elegant. I can't wait to see the whole set - I'm so excited!!

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  21. Such beautiful background you created. Anxious to see the rest of the set.

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  22. Love the possibilities with his very elegant stamp.

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  23. This is a very elegant stamp! Also like the pearls on the ribbon. Thank you for sharing



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  24. Damask is such an elegant look! I 'm looking forward to seeing the whole set.

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  25. What a simple but beautiful card. Thanks for sharing it.

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  26. What a simple but beautiful card. Thanks for sharing it.

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  27. The simplicity of this card is fabulous! Love it!

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  28. Very elegant looking. I'm anxious to see the rest of the set.

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  29. Your card is beautiful! I'm excited to see the rest of the set; what I see so far is fabulous!!

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  30. It's awesome when a stamp is versatile enough to stand on it's own AND be used as a background! Love the design!

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  31. I wonder how it will look if it were heat embossed?

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  32. Oh this card is stunning love the way you used it as a background, can't wait to see the rest of the set!

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  33. What a fabulous background this stamp makes. I am sure it has many wonderful uses.

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  34. Very pretty and tone on tone is always a winner!

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  35. Lovely card! Beautiful damask image!

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  36. Love the colors used on this CAS card - Very elegant. Can't wait to see the rest of the stamp set:)

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  37. Beautiful sneak peak. Am excited to see the rest the the set with the ideas you have.

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  38. I find Damask to be the way to make an elegant card- and the greetings fit so well. (By the way, thanks for the instant hop down to the comment line instead of having to scroll through all of the comments. )

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  39. I just love this!! I'll be in my fungeon this afternoon giving it a go with the stamps I have! Love, love this!!!!

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  40. Love the card. It's simple, but elegant. Thanks.

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  41. Love the card. It's simple, but elegant. Thanks.

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  42. Beautiful card, simple and elegant!

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  43. Damask is one of my most favorite designs!! I love it!!

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  44. The tone on tone card is simply elegant!

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  45. Wonderful card. Can't wait to see the rest!

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  46. What an elegant and beautiful card.

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  47. Beautiful and elegant card for any occasion...
    Looking forward in seeing more....well done

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  48. Fabulous, Simple, and SO Sweet! Love this ♥

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  49. I love the card you made. Very elegant! Thanks for sharing.

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  50. wow, this is beautiful and gracious

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  51. wow, this is beautiful and gracious

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  52. Love, love, love this image! The card is so simple yet so elegant. Can't wait to see how it is used in the coming blog hops!

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  53. Beautiful and elegant tone on tone in pink, Love it! Lovely damask stamp

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  54. Beautiful. Looking forward to seeing the others.

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  55. Love the way you used the Damask stamp to make a lovely background. It's an elegant CAS card.

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  56. My goodness Beth ... what a great way to show off this image. A really nice background. :-)

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  57. The card is very elegant and quick to produce!

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  58. I can see several different uses for this stamp. Can't wait to order it.

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  59. I love this. I would also use it as a background stamp. Makes me think of wallpaper. I just love it!
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  60. Love this card! Can't wait to see what's new tonight!

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  61. Thanks for sharing a great way to use this set. Can't wait to see all the ideas you and the rest of the designers have to show us.

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  62. Wonderfully simple and elegant card. The Versamark damask is wonderful, but I can also see it being beautiful embsossed or stamped in color. Just lovely!

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  63. What an elegant card and such a versatile stamp!

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  64. Very elegant yet simple. Love it

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  65. What a lovely way to showcase a beautiful background! I'll really have to try this technique stamping with Versamark.

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  66. This Versamark and damask stamped card is very beautiful! I love the look! Thank you for creating this card. I am looking forward to seeing more wonderful cards!

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  67. the Versamark gives it such an elegant look, great idea!

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  68. Nice card, love it !

    Hugs

    Cristina

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  69. Oh, wow, what a beautiful use of that stamp! I keep forgetting to use Versamark in this way and seeing your card reminds me that I really, really like it!

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  70. Such a pretty card, can not wait for tonight

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  71. I am not very familiar with your designs, but it looks like I need to change that.

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  72. Third time's a charm (my comments aren't posting)! I love the damask stamp. Using it with versamark ink gives a very soft yet elegant look. Thanks for sharing.

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  73. Wonderful job using the damask stamp as your background stamp, looks wonderful, love your card.
    Hugs
    Donna

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  74. Nice ghosting. I really want to try this. Love your new stamp.

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  75. Love that tone-on-tone, very elegant

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  76. The tone-on-tone look is very elegant. What a beautiful wedding card it would make!

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  77. So very elegant, just the right touch for a birthday card !

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  78. Love the tone-on-tone - very elegant.

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  79. Love the tone-on-tone - very elegant.

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  80. Very nice stamp, especially for a background! Looking forward to tonight!

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  81. Very nice card! Looking forward to seeing the rest of the set tonight. I'm sure it will be a must have set so adding it to my list now!

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  82. Love it! Can't wait to see the rest.

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  83. Love how you created the background with the damask. This would be a pretty anniversary card too! Thanks for sharing and for the inspiration.

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  84. I just love this regal stamp. I can see the possibilities as a background stamp. Can't wait to see what other visions you have for it.

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  85. Beautiful card, so elegant and the organza ribbon is a perfect touch!

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  86. Simple but elegant card! Beautiful!!

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  87. So anxious to see the full reveals this evening. Nice card.

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  88. Love the simplicity yet elegant look of this card!

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  89. What an inspiration you are to me, Thanks so very much for sharing your talent and your great designs!!!!

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  90. Love your CAS style as well as your stamps..very anxious to see the rest of the set.

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  91. Simple but elegant! Love that in a card.

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  92. I love this damask stamp. It is so beautiful especially used as the background!

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  93. This damask stamp is so elegant. I can see many uses for this set.

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  94. I see lots of possibilities with this stamp set. Can't wait!

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  95. Can't wait to try this set out!

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  96. Looking forward to the new release! Love the single layer card!

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  97. Being somewhat new to stamping, I have not seen this before. Now, can't wait to try it!

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  98. I love Damask and you have done a fabulous job of creating a beautiful and versatile stamp!

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  99. Very pretty card. The Damask always creates such an elegant look.

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  100. pretty new stamps for making my own background papers

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  101. Love the Damask stamp. Sometimes, we need a little something on our base card. This fills the bill. Thank You.

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  102. Those damask stamps are beautiful.

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  103. I really love the elegance of this card. Jeannie Brown Hjeannie1@aol.com

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  104. I really love the elegance of this card. Jeannie Brown Hjeannie1@aol.com

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  105. The watermark damask gives an unusually soft look.

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  106. Very nice! I'm starting to more and more fall in Luv with damask. You've made a gorgeous card!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  107. Yummy, Beth! Can't wait to emboss this design!

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  108. What a beautiful card! Clean and simple but very elegant!

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  109. What a beautiful card! Clean and simple but very elegant!

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  110. I love your card. Very elegant but simple. You do beautiful work.

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  111. So pretty. I love to stamp with the watermarking inks. Such a beautiful tone on tone background for the Happy Birthday. Beautiful job.
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  112. I love this background technique. Nice card.

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