This is Kristina Gwinett's Typepad Profile.
Join Typepad and start following Kristina Gwinett's activity
Join Now!
Already a member? Sign In
Kristina Gwinett
Recent Activity
Oh, those Copics. I still don't have it down well, but I'm sure trying! Great cards and blending! I like the circles in the banner, also. Very neat.
1 reply
Toggle Commented May 9, 2010 on Giveaways galore... at Jennifer McGuire, ink.
1 reply
I love the big scallops on the first card, I think it's my favorite element! I've been card making for about 5 or 6 months. It started off when my sister wanted me to make her baby shower invitations and my love for it just grew.
1 reply
I LOVE the tip with the foam pad for the ink blending tool being attached to the bottom of the Distress Ink. I never would have thought of that! I always look forward to new videos of yours!
1 reply
Your cards are nothing less than amazing. On the brown scallops, did you use felt? It looks a little fuzzy and thicker than paper. Thanks for sharing!
1 reply
This is my first time to your blog! Glad I stopped by, this is a beautiful card. I really like how the main part of the card isn't really bright yellow and the middle is gray, so it isn't too bright, but very nice.
Toggle Commented May 4, 2010 on bonjour blog hoppers! at confetti by lexi
I never thought about using curled ribbon on cards, but it looks great. And the black border around the butterfly REALLY makes it pop! Great touch to the cards.
Toggle Commented May 4, 2010 on Birthday Blog Hop! at A Muse News
Here's a card, AND a coffee mug to match. Not only that, but they're all beautiful. I'd say that's the perfect combination.
1 reply
I. Love. This. Card. Everything down to the thin subtle border around the edge of the white paper. Very nice card.
I absolutely LOVE the layered flower on the first card. Did you use little foam dots to pop them up? And how did you get the tips of the flowers a little darker then the part more towards the middle? Sorry for so many questions!
1 reply
Do you use your Tombo Adhesive on these as well? I just bought one yesterday (and a pack of refills, which I LOVE)and so far it's been pretty awesome. I really love the cards-especially the cutout of the butterflies. It seems like it does such precise cutting!
Toggle Commented Apr 29, 2010 on Silhouette Blog Hop! at Jennifer McGuire, ink.
1 reply
Where do you get your inspiration?! No two cards of yours are similar-but all so amazingly creative. I love how bright the Copics are and how they stand out. I'm still working on my Copic collection!
Toggle Commented Apr 26, 2010 on Giveaway and share at Jennifer McGuire, ink.
1 reply
Ah! These are absolutely awesome. Crazyyy ton of varieties, for sure. On the fabric one in the red section, did you use a Cuttlebug or something similar to cut the fabric? I saw a video where they can cut chipboard, foam, and a lot of other things but I haven't tried it out myself yet with mine.
1 reply
Kristina Gwinett is now following The Typepad Team
Apr 19, 2010