Gina K. Designs + InkOn3: Vibrant Blooms

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I am so happy to be a part of this fantastic blog hop collaboration between Gina K. Designs and Ink On 3! Both companies are generously giving away a $50 gift certificate to their stores to a random commenter!

Here is the stamp set by Ink On 3- “Bad and Boujee”. This set is so much fun to color and even has giant word dies! This set coordinates really well with the new Gina K. Designs set, “Timeless Beauty” by Alicia Krupskaya.



For my card, I combined images from both sets to create a fun card with a slightly vintage feel. I sprayed Liquid Pixie Dust mixed with water all over a piece of white cardstock to get that gorgeous shimmer behind my images.


The gorgeous greeting is from Hannah Schroepfer’s newest set, “Whimsical Wildflower Frame”. There is a large grouping of greetings for all occasions in this beautiful scripty font. ?


Glitter is crazy hard to capture on camera! This photo gives you a tiny idea of how glittery this liquid pixie dust is. I didn’t use watercolor paper, so it did warp a tad. It wasn’t the end of the world, though, because I dried it out with my heat tool and set it under a heavy box for a while. The combo of that and a lot of tape runner adhesive kept it down!

The next set we featured is the “Vibrant Blooms” set by Gina K. Designs. I love how realistic these images are- perfect for no-line coloring! I stamped the images in Whisper Amalgam ink on Artist’s Choice cardstock.


I used a variety of Prismacolor pencils to color these flowers, keeping track of what I used by scribbling on the back of my cardstock. I totally forgot to take a photo of the back of the card before die-cutting my images, but I put it back together like a puzzle for the photo. Success! (kinda)


Here is a list of the Prismacolors I used-

1011 Deco Yellow
916 Canary Yellow
1003 Spanish Orange
1033 Mineral Orange
1032 Pumpkin Orange
924 Crimson Red
1078 Black Cherry
911 Olive Green
1005 Lime Peel




I kept my final card pretty simple with an embossed diagonal stripe using my Scor-Buddy. Don’t look too closely on that scoring- there are some issues I am choosing to ignore…


Thank you so much for stopping by and seeing how I used these amazing products! Keep hopping along to see even more inspiration.

You came from Hannah’s blog, and now you can head over to Ilda’s blog! Don’t forget to comment on everyone’s blogs to be entered in the $50 giveaways.

Thanks for stopping by!

Emily ❤️

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  1. Love your coloring…and it reminded me to go back to a piece I’m currently working on and add some really thin lines with a super sharp pencil. Thank you!

  2. Always excited to see creations I have the stamps to try!! Thank you also for the list of prisma pencil colors!! Craft on!!

  3. Those are some really pretty flowers. You and your sister, and nephew, are so talented!!! Congratulations on your baby–I hope that all goes well 🙂

  4. These are gorgeous! I am very impressed that you are crafting and not just huddled in front of the a/c vent! 🙂
    Blessings to you!

  5. Oh yes, you are right – glitter is crazy hard to capture on camera but your floral card is like WOW! I love that you listed the prismacolor pencil colors because your vibrant blooms card is crazy beautiful!

  6. I love both cards! The diagonal background and beautiful coloring on the first one, and the artsy design of the second. Nice work!

  7. Fantastic work and gorgeous cards. I love all the pretty designs and colors. I am finding enjoyment with my Prismacolors too of late so this is very inspiring to me.

  8. What a gorgeous card! I love how you did it in fall colors – it’s so beautiful! Thanks for the great inspiration!

  9. Ohh my goodness your Vibrant Blooms card is spectacular! Thank you for listing the prisma colored pencil colors, I’ve been trying to master the many techniques of colored pencils and your card is a inspiration! Thank you for sharing

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