Gina K. Desgins New Card Kit & Illustrator Blog Hop Sept. 2020: Day 3

It’s Pumpkin Spice season! Who doesn’t love fall? Here in Upstate NY, the temperatures dropped quick (they went from the 80s to 55 like they saw a State Trooper)! I love cool fall days with those blue skies!! I love the leaves changing color and wearing leggings an sweaters! I have been taking lots of walks with the dogs! I love having routines now that the kids are back in school! They only go in person twice a week, but it is nice to have some type of a routine (that is kind of normal). It allows me some time to craft and clean (without them messing things up immediately).

Percy Jackson found a perfect fall leaf on our walk this week!

Here is the card kit and the other sets we are featuring today: Emily’s Hey Boo and the Thankful Greenery incentive set (free with $75 purchase). I even made a tiktok video creating a card with the incentive set! It was a quick crazy video you can view {here}

Fall Card Kit! Love everything in this kit!

The first card is made with the card kit! I love the trio of pumpkins and the were so fun to color with copic markers. I added some dots to the pumpkin with a white gel pen. I also used the “Hey, Pumpkin” sentiment from the Haunts and Harvest set! This is great to send out to a college student or give to a girlfriend with a Starbucks gift card, you know, so she can buy her Pumpkin Spice Latte!

The sentiments in Emily’s Hey Boo set are so fun! Love this designer paper from Gina’s Grateful Heart collection. It goes PERFECT with the sentiment! Good thing I have multiple kids away at college who need gift certificates!

This card uses a cranberry A2 base and the harvest flourish stencil from the card kit. I used the brushes with cranberry ink to create the awesome background! On the layer of black, I embossed the image from Thankful Greenery with champagne embossing powder! Oh how I love the color of this embossing powder! It just pops on the black! The stamp is free with a $75 purchase! Free is good!

Would you like one more chance to win a $50 Gina K. Designs gift card? Just leave a comment on this blog, then hop on over to Cat’s blog and leave her a comment! You should have come from Arjita’s blog…and if you want to start at the beginning, go to Gina’s Blog! Thanks for stopping by!

Author: freckledandfun

Gina K. Designs Stamp Illustrator Former (Papertrey Ink Stamp Designer, Our Craft Lounge Design Team Member, Craft Critique Reporter, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, Hanna Stamps! Design Team, Scor-Pal Design Team , Kitchen Sink Stamps Design Team) ~SCS Member (Myprecious)~ ~Former Hostess of Featured Stamper Sunday Challenge~ ~SCS Tutorial Writer~ ~Mom to 6 kids Gina K. Design Stamp sets:

75 thoughts on “Gina K. Desgins New Card Kit & Illustrator Blog Hop Sept. 2020: Day 3”

  1. Lovely fall cards! So colorful and fun. This is a wonderful card set. I’m in Washington state, and with the rain we all wanted came temps in the 50’s! But apples will finish ripening and pumpkins will greet us at the doorstep!


  2. Love your cards! What a wonderful touch to add the lines & dots to the pumpkins – I’ll have to try that! Your Thank You card is beautiful. Now I’ll need to put that embossing powder on my GKD wishlist, lol!


  3. Love your cards! The one thing I miss is Gina’s kits is the patterned paper we used to get. I have recently become obsessed with patterned paper for some reason. The only thing that keeps me from using it on every card is my love for making backgrounds. I really like the white dots on the pumpkins. Thank you for sharing!


  4. My comment disappeared 😦
    Was only thinking of having to color the incentive stamp, like it in white! Like the tone on tone stencil too!!


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