Lovely Shelf Blog Hop!

Today I bring you a few cards made with Nina Brackett’s Lovely Shelf.   If you were at the Release Party, you’ve seen these before, but with it being so close to Christmas – stamping time just doesn’t always come into the mix!

Be sure to stop by the other Design Team blogs linked at the bottom of this post – there is also a chance to win this set (or any other set by Nina Brackett)!

This first card is a simple one.  I laughed when I saw the one on Carolyn King’s blog during the release week – we had the exact same idea!

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And I do so love ivory and black together – such an elegant look….those pearls were a total pain to put on individually, but I love how it turned out!

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For even more inspiration with the Lovely Shelf stamp set, please visit these designer’s blogs:

Nina Brackett {illustrator}

Jessica Fick

Donna Baker

Theresa Momber

Emily Giovanni

Melanie Muenchinger

Lee Murphy

Peggy Wainman {CSS designer}

Cheri Weston {CSS Designer}

Vanessa Menhorn {Nina’s Guest Designer}

The StampTV Idea Center is also a valuable resource for tips, samples, and tutorials on how to use all of GinaK’s stamp sets. Check out the Lovely Shelf stamp set discussion HERE. The Lovely Shelf Card Kit information can be found there as well.

And, finally remember to check in on GinaK’s blog tonight to leave your comment on her Lovely Shelf post so that you can be entered to win Nina’s stamp set or any stamp set valued at $23.95 or less!

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