Meet our new Design Team Members for Gel-A-Tins Stamps. March was the first month of their Design Team term and here are a few of their creations. The rest of their projects for this month will be posted on March 31.
Angela made the most adorable baby cards using the Rock-a-Bye-Baby Stamp Set by Gel-A-Tins. This set is one of our new Winter 2011 Releases.
Cassie also used the Honey Bear Stamp Set. I love how Cassie utilizes all the stamps so creatively in her projects.
Cherie has so wonderfully combined three stamp sets of Gel-A-Tins to create some elements for this cute baby page. The bear is from the Honey Bear Stamp Set, the alpha used in the title for "Oma" is the Pretty Fancy Letters Set and the green grass behind that little guy is from the Easter Bunnies Stamp Set.
Gladys really thought out of the box with using the You're So Tweet Set. She ever so creatively used the body of the bird stamps as her petals on that gorgeous handmade flower as the focal point of her card! WOW!
What can I say about Karin's cards? Simply elegant is what comes to mind when I see her style. Karin used the Easter Bunnies Stamp Set for her projects.
Natalie really showcased the Admission is Free Stamp Set very well in her project below.
I love how Natalie used the ticket stamps and created a nice cluster for the card front. The scattered ticket stub background is genius and adds so much dimension to the card. It is very eyecatching with her choice of ink colors against the Kraft paper too. Well done!
Nicole shows off her altered craft side with making a little box for a gift using the Oodles of Doodles II Stamp Set. She created a nice background with the word stamps of this set and embossed a few layers of flower stamps on top. What a creative way to package up a gift.
I was given the Easter Bunnies Stamp Set to work with this month and truly loved working with this set. I am very eager for the 9 inches of snow to melt and see the green grass. When creating this card, I was thinking of Spring only, Winter go away!
For a stamp set named Wild Things, this creation is very reserved and so delicate looking! It is a wonderful composition with the texture of the trim and ribbon on the bottom of the card.
Sheree's layout consists of stamps from the Oodles of Doodles II Stamp Set. It is interesting to see how each DT member has used these stamps so differently. I like how Sheree used a stamped image as the center of her flowers, it really draws you into the page.
~Renee (DT Coordinator)