Gina K. Designs May Blog Hop Day 2


I can’t believe the day finally came! Today I am able to share with you all what I have been working on. I am so excited to be a part of Gina K’s Illustration Team!
Big News!! Gina K. is giving away $25 gift certificates to the Gina K. Designs store. You must comment on all the blogs to be entered! Good luck!


For this card, I am featuring my new “Sending A Llama Love” Stamp Set and the Mirror Stamping and Die Cutting Technique.

I learned this technique from Jennifer McGuire. Here is a link to watch the tutorial. I won’t even try to explain it myself; she will do a much better job LOL.
I stamped both of my llamas on Canson Watercolor Paper in Gina’s new Amalgam Ink. This has become my absolute favorite Ink. It is compatible with watercolors, alcohol markers, and colored pencils with gamsol. It is literally one ink that does it all!
I die cut both of the llamas (see Jennifer’s video on how I die cut the mirror image), and then watercolored them with my Prima Marketing Watercolor Pan Sets. I wanted them to look somewhat fluffy, so I dabbed my brush on the paper multiple times in various colors to get the fluffy, textured look.
I stuck both llamas on Kraft cardstock using some foam squares to give the card dimension. I then die cut a small heart from a set of Lawn Fawn dies and adhered it in between the llamas. It makes them look like they’re kissing! 😍 I stamped some of the jewelry and accessories that I drew in my set, and dressed up the cute little llamas.
I took a ruler and drew some lines in a black Micron pen to add more detail to the card. I added a cutesy greeting and the card was done!


For this next card, I used my “Stuck On You” Stamp Set. I stamped my images in Amalgam Ink on Canson watercolor paper, and colored them with Prima Marketing Watercolors. The pink really makes the green pop! 😍


Go take a look at the other beautiful projects done by other members of the Gina K. team! Don’t forget to comment on each blog so you are in the running to win the $25 gift certificate for the Gina’s online store.

Thank you all so much for stopping by! So excited to keep creating things for y’all!



Gina K.

Hannah Schroepfer – You Are Here

Arjita Singh – Up Next

Cathy Tidwell

Donna Idlet

Karen Hightower

Laurie Schmidlin

Rema DeLeeuw

Sheri Gilson

Susie Moore

Emily Schroepfer

89 thoughts on “Gina K. Designs May Blog Hop Day 2

  1. Love your sets. I went back to read your previous post, love your art work on the ipad. I wish you the best in the art adventures as well as your college adventures. You are a talented young lady. I look forward to future peeks of your art work.

  2. Cute card ideas. Great anniversary card ideas. Your art is lovely and I look forward to seeing you continue to get better!

  3. You have done a fabulous job on the new stamps. I love them. Your cards are awesome. I love the cactus one layer, it is great.

  4. You are very talented! I’m glad that you are able to share your talent through Gina K-you couldn’t have a better platform!

  5. Love your cards and these sets! Congratulations and I am so happy for you and that you are on the Illustrator team! 🙂 <3 Looking forward to future sets!

  6. Fantastic and fun cards! Congratulation on the release of your illustrations in stamp sets – fabulous!

  7. Congratulations on getting your first two sets made and out there! I really love your cactus card with the bright colors.

  8. I love both of these stamp sets and had to have them. I am just waiting for their arrival. Congratulations! I will look forward to more from you in the future. And, your cards are wonderful!

  9. Hannah you knocked it out of the ball park with these new sets. Love, love , love the llama set. It’s my favorite this release!

  10. What a fun set! I appreciate your sharing your amazing creativity with the rest of your paper crafting friends. I need this stamp set!

  11. Loved your cards. They are so playful. Love the colors too. You are right that pick really make the cactus pop.

  12. I love the LLamas and the cactus stamps. Welcome to Gina’s group. Looking forward to more of your works.

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