Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Gina K Preview - Holiday Cheer StampTV Kit

Hello! Today we are previewing the gorgeous new StampTV Kit, Holiday Cheer! You are going to love the wonderful collection of fun holiday images and sentiments in this kit and, of course, all the fabulous yummies that are included!

Head over to
GinaK's blog to add your comment to her blog entry for a chance to win the new StampTV kit being previewed tonight on our blogs! Then, check into StampTV for a new video technique showing shimmering background paper with an image from the new StampTV kit!
Here's the links to the Design Team Members participating in the hop tonight:

Carolyn King
Cathy Tidwell
Cindy Lawrence
Donna Baker
Emily Giovanni
Erika Martin
Jessica Fick
Kurtis Amundson
Lee Murphy
Lynn Mercurio
Melanie Muenchinger
Tami Mayberry

Here are the details on my card..

I stamped the gingerbread house with Memento Tuxedo Black ink, then used Copic markers to color, starting with E57.

Filled in with E31.

Used E33 to blend.

On the roof tiles, I used N3 and C1.

R22 and R24 on the chimney.

On all the little candies, I used two shades of each color, a light and a dark. I went around the outside edges with the dark color and filled in with the light. I didn't worry about blending in such small areas.

Tip: If you only have a dark of a particular color, you could fill in the whole candy and then touch your blender pen to the centers to add some highlights. You might have to touch it two or three times depending on how much lighter you want it. If you only have a light of a particular color, you can fill it all in and then go around the outside a few times to add some lowlights.

I used the same colors on the door as on the house front and the same on the curtains and windows as the blue and yellow candies.

After coloring, I used a Quickie Glue and glittered it all up with my Doodlebug Glitter.

For the background I stamped and embossed these whimsical trees.

I tore post-it notes to mask off the bottom and then sponged Bashful Blue ink.

Sponged Ballet Blue ink.

Sponged Vivid Purple (new color available Thursday from Gina K).

Used N5, C3, C1 and my blender pen to add some shadows to the snow.

Quickie Glue pen and more glitter to add some sparkle to the snow.

I stamped the medalion from the second stamp set included in the kit, Holiday Greetings, then punched it out with a 1 1/4 inch circle punch, then added a Rocket Red layer cut using scallop circle Nestabilities. The card is layered with Pure Luxury Black Onyx, Rocket Red and Vibrant Violet (the Vibrant Violet is not part of the kit, but will be available Thursday as a single color pack or in the Autumn Assortment Pack).

Thanks for stopping by. I'll be back tomorrow with our final day of previews. Have a great day!

31 comments:

Janice M said...

Love the little scene you created for the ginger bread house! That sparkly snow is great.

Giovana said...

Wonderful card Theresa!! Awesome coloring as always, please give a private lesson, LOL.
God bless
Giovana

Carolyn King said...

BEAUTIFUL! love the charming scene and all the glitter accents. That house looks good enough to eat!

Jennie said...

This is gorgeous Theresa! Love the scene you created...you are the Queen of the Scene! :oP

Maria Levine said...

Beautiful scene! Love that house and the glitter rocks!

Deebi27 said...

Oh, so pretty, I mean cute! Your rendering reminds me of the Hansel and Gretel story. But you are NO witch!!!!

Payne Holler Cards said...

so cute! can't wait for that purple cardstock!!!

Tina Gilliland said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhh Theresa... I love this!!! That gingerbread house is wonderful and I love the trees. GREAT job!!!!

joy said...

I love that little house!! Thanks for the tutorial on how to color it! I love everyone of your cards! I enjoy your talent!

NinaB said...

I love the scene you created here, Theresa. This is full packed of inspiration. You're making me try new things.

Melanie said...

I had a feeling you'd create a fabulous litle scene with the gingerbread house1 :) love the sky too and glittery snowbanks!

Lee (LuvLee on SCS) said...

Ohhhhh I LOVE that gingerbread house in the glittery snow!!! Well of course I do! LOL I used the same sentiment with my gingerbread house....I'm so in love with this kit!!

asela said...

Love your scence! Cute

Charlene D said...

I love this card.Pretty and cute mixed together.

catdidit said...

Ooooh what an awesome scene you created Theresa! AND all that glitter, omg! you go girl! LOL! LOVE it!!

Lynn Mercurio said...

Oh Theresa...this is just the cutest little scene with that "yummy" house and that glistening snow. Fantastic!

Carla (cmsuto) said...

Super cute scene, Theresa! Amazing coloring and sparkle! Love it!

Marimer said...

Maravilloso trabajo, super bien explicado y las fotos lo dicen todo, felicidades.
Saludos.

Sharri Seffens said...

Theresa, Gorgeous! I love the scene you created and all the sparkle!

Kay S said...

Love it, love it, love it! That little house is so cute. I had fun playing with it on a card I made last night for the release party but yours is SO much cuter! Thanks for the great tutorial!

Julia Aston said...

What a great little winter scene, Theresa! love all the glitter - the sponging and the cute gingerbread house!

redwasher1 said...

Theresa I love it!! You know I will have to have this!!

deconstructing jen said...

I just love it! I swear I learn something new everyday when I come here! I love this card. I'm going to have to try that torn edge technique. Thanks so much for sharing all your ideas!

Christi said...

Oh, your gingerbread house card is too cute! I love the beautiful scene you created around it! What a wonderful card!

Lori said...

Wonderful! Love all of the colors in your card. I can't wait to order my kit on Friday! (can't stay up for the party ;-{

Mary said...

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas....oops...I should be commenting not singing...Very sweet card. I love the new stamps and who could go wrong when you add color and glitter. Very nice.

lisa808 said...

Your gingerbread house and scenery are just too cute!

Yifatiii said...

Wonderful card!!!! as always :)
I love the way you do the backgrounds in every card you make.
Which type of ink do you use for it? Dye? Pigment?

Jessica said...

I KNEW you would do something amazing with these sets - and see, you DID! I LOVE your scene and your coloring... can I be you when I grow up?!?! And look - you used glitter!! Whoohoo!!!!

Betty M said...

Wow - what a great card and such fantastic colouring. I really like that you show us visually how you colour the card. It helps to understand how to use the Copics better. This is going to be another great stamp set.

Kimmiek said...

Breathtaking! You break this up int oeasy to follow parts and I think I love you for that!!
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