Sunday, July 18, 2010

GKD Blog Hop showcasing the new "Seeds of Kindness" stamp set

Blog Hop tonight featuring GKD's Seeds of Kindness...this is such a pleasure to color!

used Copics E08, 11, R27, 39, G 000, 28, 63, 67, W3 and 5, dp and mat cardstock is from stash, GKD's black cardbase,  rickrack from stash and airbrused vellum flowers. punch with small MS flower punch.


used Copics, E11, 13, 17, G63 and G67, dp is from stash, cardstock is GKD's All Spruced Up, Ink is Memento's Black and Bamboo Leaves, flower mat is from Tim Holtz (Tattered Florals), lace, MS small butterfly punch from scrap dp, stash ribbon and white gel pen accenting flowers,
    
hope you like 'em.....

now on to the rest of the hop,

For more details on the card kit that is included with the purchase of the Seeds of Kindness stamp set, please click here.  Then, to see even more samples with this versatile stamp set, visit these designer's blog links who are participating in the hop tonight
Have fun !!



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24 comments:

Giovana said...

Beautiful cards Linda! Great coloring too!

Sankari W. said...

WOW!!! What beauties you have created - the first card is so springtime cheery and the second one is so unique with the alternating background colors - simply stunning!

JaniceAileen said...

Oh my goodness, Linda that second card is just stunning!!! Beautiful creations!

Bev Gerard said...

What beautiful creations, Linda!
I'm entirely taken with that second one ... the black contrast is fabulous!

~Bev

joy said...

Love both your cards and I really, really like the first one with the garden gate - so lovely.

Becky said...

Both of these are just fabulous, love the garden gate..

Suzanne J Dean said...

Beautifully done! I love the scene on the first card, so cheery and the 2nd card is stunning as well!

hugz,
Suzanne

Cynthia said...

Beautiful. Both are lovely paired with the Webster's ?? dp.

Cheryl O said...

Both cards are quite lovely. I really like how you cut out the second one with the flower shape, nice touch......and unique!!!

Lil Daffodil said...

Hi LInda,
These are beautiful. I love flowers (as I think you know) and these are just gorgeous.
Hugs,
Fiona x

Olga said...

Oh WOW, Linda this is beautiful!!! Your coloring is perfect!

Lee (LuvLee on SCS) said...

Gorgeously Gorgeous!!! I love the coloring...and that little wrought iron fence in the first design is awesome!

Carla (cmsuto) said...

Absolutely stunning, Linda! I love the papers you used and the little added details! Gorgeous coloring! Great idea to use the grunge flowers, too! So great to meet you on Saturday! I hope you enjoyed the rest of your visit and had a safe trip home!

Patti said...

OMGosh these are AMAZING! WOW Linda! So pretty!

Cheri said...

What fantastic inspiration you offer, Linda. I love your layouts and the colors you used. Those little punched flowers add that "little something" to your first card and using the die cuts as backgrounds for the second card is stunning. Great cards.

Lori said...

Great little scene on the first card, very nice. Your second is gorgeous as well!

craft_princess said...

Very beautiful!

Sharri said...

Beautiful cards Linda! I love the pattern papers you used and the scene in the first card. Love the diecuts for the second.

Cindy said...

These are awesome flower cards Linda. Your coloring is fantastic!! Wish mine came out like that!!!

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Jessica said...

How adorable!! What a great set of cards, Linda! Love the patterned papers you used too!

Miesje said...

Linda, those are amazing! Your coloring is wonderful!

Betty Neville said...

Fabulous cards Linda! Beautiful dp and love how you've showcased the images!

Annie said...

oh my, these are soooooooo pretty!!!

Brenda said...

Absolutely gorgeous card Linda! Everything about them is perfect. You amaze me how you can work, stamp so many wonderful creations and spend your weekend stamp shopping with the girls! Tell me what is your secret?

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