Gina K Designs + CZ Design = True Love always (a bouquet card project)

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I’m loving the card I’m sharing today so much because it involves something I truly adore: anything by Gina K. Designs!

Simple cards at cathyzielske.com

Gina recently release a new stamp and die bundle called Anemone Wishes and when I saw what people were making with it, I had to pop that sucker right into my cart and hit “Buy”.

Simple cards at cathyzielske.com

I knew I wanted to do some simple ink blending with an emboss resist technique to build this graphic, delightful bouquet, and then combine that with my brand new Love You word and shadow die set. [NOTE: This die set is presently on reserve and will be back in stock on June 8! It apparently sold pretty well!]

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This combo of Distress Oxides (Worn Lipstick, Spiced Marmalade, Squeezed Lemonade and Twisted Citron) is just perfection.

Check out the steps here in my video tutorial! (Click on the title to watch over on YouTube!)

Thanks so much for watching today!

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13 Comments on “Gina K Designs + CZ Design = True Love always (a bouquet card project)”

  1. #1
    Kathryn Baker

    Beautiful card Cathy, at first glance I thought you had stamped the flowers on Vellum… now there’s an idea for you! Love it, so pretty for a one layer card. Plenty going on there!

  2. #2
    peppermintpenguin

    no pain! I liked it.

    you (and others) use that post-it tape a lot. profligate I thought, cos it’s hard to get and Not Cheap. Β£7.85 ($10ish) til I clicked on your share-a-sale link and saw it’s only $5 to you. Ok, that makes more sense. Less profligate.

    so could you use the same double post it tape, on the flat end of a pencil as a picker? Blu-tack is always the go to, (on the end of a pen/pencil) it’s just it’s really quite sticky so having put down the wee piece of paper (I was using it to put in the missing bits of a negative word die) you do have to hold it down with something else (eg tip of tweezers) to get the blu-tack to let go and not just lift it right back up again.

    I’m assuming the jewel picker is silicone, and yes, washing it can restore stick, but not always, eventually it’s just says no and sulks in the corner. (sticky slide mat for sewing machine and numerous screen cleaner doodads)

  3. #5
    Leanne in Cali

    Beautiful! I love the colors you chose and the white heat embossing resist–lovely! Thanks for sharing your wonderful video!!

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