Sorry for the break in posts again. I had to go to Chicago for a funeral so I wasn't online for a few days. Then once I got back I had to try and get caught up so the blog postings suffered. I ended up driving to Chicago for the service so on the way home I made a little detour and stopped at Gina K's store and meet her in person. What a sweetie! And I just love her store (Gina K Design's). It would be great to be able to spend a day there stamping away.
One of the sets I bought while I was in the store was her latest "stamps for a cause" set How Sweet it is! It's perfect for so many occasions and $7.00 of every set sold is divided evenly between The American Diabetes Association and the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.
When I returned home my new scor-pal was waiting for me so I had to make some gate fold cards with my new scor-pal and Gina K stamps! Here are the first couple of cards I made with the set.
I stamped the sundae with timber brown stazon and colored it with my copics. I used my nestabilities for the "how sweet" tag and some May Arts ribbon. The designer paper is from My Mind's Eye Wild Asparagus collection.
Here's another view using a paperclip to hold the card closed.
This card uses the same supplies except instead of any embellishments I just sewed around the brown mat.
I'm sure this set with get a lot of use. As always, thanks for stopping!