Tuesday, August 30, 2016

August 2016 Painted Autumn StampTV Kit Inspiration Blog Hop - Day Two


The Cast and Crew for Gina K Designs welcomes you to another fabulous blog hop celebrating the new Painted Autumn StampTV Kit! We hope to inspire you with some beautiful card projects as you hop along to each of the designer’s blogs! Today, we are featuring the second set in the Painted Autumn StampTV Kit.  

Today’s set, we are featuring Give Thanks. In this set, you will find fun and cuddly critters, acorn, leaves and fun sentiments to make the most adorable card projects!  There are so many possibilities with these sets! 


Enjoy the gorgeous inspiration samples from the team and then comment on each blog for your chance to win a $20 Gina K Designs gift certificate! To see who won, check the Big News Forum at StampTV a few days after the hop.

Yesterday, I shared one sample - today I have several! I did a ton of therapeutic stamping this past week getting my first born ready for college! There was a steady stream of best friends coming over to say goodbye! I spent some time stamping for the kids to get snail mail these first few weeks away from home! Nothing like a card from home knowing you are missed! Karen filled out some for friends which I am mailing this week!


I love this pink/white/black combo with the leaf pattern. As you can see in the samples, it was one of my favorite stamps in the kit! Ha ha! The sentiment is from the incentive stamp this month, which I think is now available for purchase. If you have a kid off in college for the first time, you need this stamp set. I am actually having moms come over this week (non-stampers) to make cards for their kids!

Here is another card Karen filled out for her friend away at school!  



The leaf background makes an appearance again! HA HA!  This one with the incentive set for the kit - the black ink pops! This one I made for our swim coach who took the girls out on a team building activity! 



Same leaf set, but made it a wreath in a circular pattern!

 Here is the card I made for Karen to sneak on her desk before I left her dorm room.  I put the 8 page hand-written letter inside the envelope too! You can never tell them enough times how proud you are of them!



I finally did some therapeutic coloring with spectrum noir markers. I will send this card in a few weeks (trying to hold on to the last of the warm weather before everything in the world is pumpkin spice flavored). 





Ready for more awesome creations?! Just click on the links below for more from Gina and the Cast & Crew:


Don’t forget to pop over to the Gina K Designs Store and check out all of the new products available this month in the “What’s New” section at http://www.ginakdesigns.com.



Thank you for stopping by!



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50 comments:

  1. Fun to see how versatile that leaf stamp can be.

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  2. Wonderful display of cards Beth! I love those pumpkins on the white on white! :) <3

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  3. beautiful cards! I love how you took just 1 stamp and ran with it!!

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  4. Wow! Love all you did with those leaves!

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  5. Hi Beth, I love your sample cards and the use of them to encourage our children. I especially like the white leaves on pink and using them in the green card like a wreath. My kids are all grown and moved on to their own families now. But, I plan to send each of them a card reminding them again that I am still proud of them.

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  6. I love how you make clean and simple look FAB, thanks for inspiring!

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  7. Very creative way to use the leaves Beth!! Thanks!

    -Irene
    mrsirenegarcia@yahoo.com

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  8. What a nice thing to do for one going away to college! They do love snail mail.

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  9. Beautiful cards, Beth! Love the CAS designs!

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  10. Great ideas, and inspiration. Your cards are beautiful.

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  11. Love the designs. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Fabulous cards and great ways to use the leaf stamp.

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  13. Love the way you used the leaf stamp

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  14. I love the pumpkins as the main image!

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  15. Love the use of the stamp as a background on your card!

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  16. Nice cards! I like the pumpkins. Your daughter will love receiving the mail. Great job, Mama.

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  17. Oh love the pink, so bright and cheerful. Great CAS cards.

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  18. Beautiful cards and I love hearing what you're going to do with each. (Pumpkin spice, bring it on!)

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  19. Great cards and I love the pink with the black. so many ways to create it is mind boggling.

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  20. Oh dear, you and Gina and other moms can color up a storm after you watch the kids leave! Leaves - you did great using these leaves!! Must have a deeper meaning. 🍂

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  21. Fabulous use of the leaves in different ways and colors!

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  22. Love this leaf stamp. So pretty. And your cards are lovely!

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  23. Beth, these are awesome CAS designs!

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  24. Wow, all the cards are so pretty! I do like the leaf spray stamp.

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  25. Wonderful CAS cards. Cute idea with the doily. I have some an never seem to find a way to use them.

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  26. Love all your cards! Very nice. Thanks for sharing!

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  27. I love the leaf pattern. It makes up
    into so many pretty designs.
    The pumpkins are really nice. Great
    coloring.
    thanks for sharing.
    Remember that after college is
    grandkids - so much more fun.

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  28. Great uses for the leaf stamp! Thanks for sharing

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  29. Nice job on all of these lovely cards - I remember when my son went off to college - seems like yesterday sometimes as if he was just born - life goes too fast - TFS your art work

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  30. More beautiful cards sometimes I like it when things are not so cluttered. Very pretty!
    Ladyjs711@yahoo.com

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  31. Awesome cards and designs. thanks

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  32. Hi Beth
    I absolutely agree with you about the snail mail. There is nothing more precious than a hand written note from and to someone special and loved. Sometimes those tangible cards are the one thing we hold onto for comfort on a bad day, turn to for a laugh or just display "because my mom made it". Blessings to Karen at school.
    These cards are just beautiful. So simple and pretty. I think the therapeutic coloring is wonderful. Blessings

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  33. Beth, thanks for the beautiful cards and the inspiration with the leaf stamp!

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  34. Love the background leaf stamping. Very versatile stamp! Thank you for sharing your talent with us!

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  35. Love the leaf background used in all different ways. Beautiful...Good Luck to you daughter at College.

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  36. Beth, I love the beautiful simple cards that you have made. They are beautiful. I would be would be proud to receive one of these cards.

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  37. Oh I LOVE what you did with just the leaves! Thanks for the ideas!!

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  38. wow! all of your cards are just gorgeous!

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  39. Love your cards. Lots of inspiration here.

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  40. Love the different ways the leaf set was used! Beautiful cards!

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  41. What super cards. Love all the ways you've used the leaves.

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  42. LOVE the simplicity of your card designs and how you created the cool backgrounds;)

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  43. Gosh you have been busy - I'm sure your daughter will love getting these! TFS a great range of cards.

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  44. Really pretty cards. Lots of different designs.

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