Gina K Blast From the Past – Day 5

Today I have two move artists to share with you.  One is fairly new to Gina K Designs – Tami Mayberry.  The other is more than an artist – she is one of the most amazing women I have had the pleasure to work with, Gina K herself!  And for the icing on the cake of this wonderful Blast From the Past week – Gina has offered a coupon for you all!  So if you have spotted a set this week that you may have missed over the last few years – you can snag it with this coupon!

I only have a few sets by Tami Mayberry, but I knew right away which one I wanted to show tonight.  When I first saw this set, the star with damask jumped right out at me.  I had to make something else for my son during that release so I wasn’t able to use it then.  But I am a sucker for damask patterns so I went right for it this time!  I also adore the sentiment that was in this set as well.  So here is something using Stars…..

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Now for Gina K – this was much harder!  I have so many wonderful stamps drawn by Gina…..but honestly – those of you have followed my blog for any amount of time know that I adore flowers.  And this was one of the first Gina K stamps I ever owned – and one of my absolute favorite stamps EVER!  If you haven’t seen me use it before (I’m not sure where you’ve been because I have many many times!), I bring you the flower trio from Simple Pleasures…..(and yes, I used that October Afternoon Fly A Kite paper AGAIN!)

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For even more samples of some of our favorite ‘Blast from the Past’ GinaK Designs stamp sets, check out these participating designer’s blogs:

The entire GinaK Designs team would like to invite you to the virtual Release party we’ll be having tonight (Thursday, August 5th) on StampTV.  It will be a bit different than our usual release party, but we’ll still have challenges, contest questions, and designer samples that you won’t want to miss out on!  See you there for all the fun!

Enjoy!

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