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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Life is Good Blog Hop!

Hello! Tonight we are sharing projects using Theresa Momber's beautiful new set "Life is Good" from Gina K. Designs.
This is a fantastic set and I love it!




For this card I used two of the images from "Life is Good" and the mountain image from "Happy Camper" another set by Theresa Momber. I sponged the sky and used copic's. All card stock is Gina K.




On this card I used that wonderful train, from "Life is Good" The train is fantastic as a stand alone image or you don't have to color it at all. I also used Nina Brackets set " Vintage Borders" as the back drop for the train. The holly and senitment is " Very Merry Christmas" by Theresa Momber.



On my last project I made a shade for my Luminary from Febreze. I just took apart the shade that came with it to use as a template. Very easy! I stamped the elk on some vellum , used nestabilities for the ovals. The snowflakes are from Theresa's " Very Merry Christmas" I stamped them using versa mark, sponged on SU bashful blue . This can be put over a flameless candle and if anyone wants the measurements just let me know. I used the scor-pal and scor-pal tape.


For even more inspiration tonight with the Life is Good stamp set, check out these links:


Theresa Momber {Illustrator}
Jessica Fick
Nina Brackett
Melanie Muenchinger
Lee Murphy
Erika Martin
Emily Giovanni
Colleen Schaan


Cheri Weston {CSS designer}
Melissa Shultz {CSS designer}
Peggy Wainman {CSS designer}


Brenda Turner {guest designer}
Linda Payne {guest designer}


The Life is Good discussion on the StampTV Idea Center is also a valuable resource for tips, samples, and tutorials. Theresa's tip sheet and the Card Kit is available in the discussion as well.


And, finally stop by GinaK's blog today to leave your comment on her blog for your chance to win today's featured stamp set or another stamp set valued at $23.95 of your choice!

Thanks for hopping by:)

30 comments:

Theresa Momber said...

Mom, these all rock! I love them all, but I have to say that snowy lake scene takes my breath! Gorgeous!

joy said...

AMAZING!!!!!! The train on the sentiment is beautiful! The sky/mountain card takes my breath away. What a talented lady you are.

Selma said...

I've run out of words for your gorgeous creations Geri. You are amazing as are all your cards/projects. The snowy lake scene is breathtakingly gorgeous. WOW!!!!!!!!!! I love this new set by Theresa.

Tina Gilliland said...

WOW Geri!!!! GORGEOUS... all of them!!!

Patti J said...

Holy cow, Geri! You are amazing! These are fabulous! Pat yourself on the back mama, you did DD proud!!!! Love them all!

Sue said...

Geri, your first card with the lake scene is just beautiful - I've never seen such a great scene put together with stamps - fantastic! The second card is clever too and oh your Luminary is gorgeous...... Whoneeds ornaments on trees if you've something like this on the coffee table!!!
Have a Very Happy Christmas.

Sandy Knecht said...

Your mountain and frozen lake card is beautiful!

Lagene said...

WOW!!! Beautiful! Gorgeous! You are truely talented!

vdutchr said...

Very creative with the fabreeze! Love the moose! Your lake scene is pretty terrific also! Great job!

JessicaK said...

Wow, the cards are awesome but that candle shade just rocks it!

Lee (LuvLee on SCS) said...

Ummm.........can I come live with you until I get some of that family talent thru Osmosis???? Pleeeeeeeeeeeeze????? OMGosh these are fantastic!!!! That mountain scene....I'm speechless!!!! Okay, okay, I'm not because I never am..........but if I ever WAS to be speechless.......this card would do it!!!! Pure gorgeousness!!!

Betty N said...

Wonderfully realistic! Great job!

Natalie said...

Love your mountain scene, absolutely a work of art, now I know where your daughters get their talent!! It's in the genes! Absolutely gorgeous and very creative!!

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craftieodamae said...

OH WOWZERS! These are all fantastic, I love the scene, you have done an amazing job!!

Sue VanDeVusse said...

These are amazing! I am at a total loss of words to describe how beautiful these are. It's easy to see why you were chosen as a guest designer.

Jessica said...

Geri! Your cards are breath-taking! I adore them all... you're such an artist! I wonder where Theresa gets her talent from! *wink*

Thanks for hopping with us today!

Deb said...

Geri, these are all beautiful, but I must admit that the snowy mountain scene left me with my mouth hanging open! AWE, girl! Amazing!

Patti said...

These are amazing Geri! Love your luminary!

Carla (cmsuto) said...

All of your projects are awesome, Geri! Love the cards and the beautiful luminary!

Cheri said...

Your cards leave me speechless! They are all sooooo beatufiul.

Melissa Cash said...

Oh la la gorgeous! I love your cards Geri and your luminary is awesome too!

tlgirl353 said...

Geri- Great job on all three! Love the shade- great idea!

Jessica said...

Geri, these are lovely. And thanks for the idea about the luminary cover! Thanks for Sharing!
Merry Christmas

Colleen said...

My jaw dropped when I saw this first card... I can't describe how beautiful it is. I love the scene you've created. Thanks for the inspiration with these samples... wonderful!

NinaB said...

I would like to see how you did your clouds. Wow you did an amazing job with both, Geri. What a treat it must be for Theresa to see her mom's masterpiece with her set!

Jennie said...

These cards are beautiful Geri! Love the sky scene in the first one, pure perfection! Each of your cards is just a delight and a feast for the eyes! Congrats to you for being your daughter's designer....it is obvious where she got her talent from!!!!! :o)

buggin2stamp said...

Wow, Geri, I love them all. The candle holder is super cool!

Payne Holler Cards said...

just finally home from work and can hop! started from bottom up ...love love love your scene - how in the world did you get your water to look like that?? love it...and the train just pops - will be casing...and your luminary! awesome!!!!I would love to try one of these...so yep GF, hitting you up for the dimensions!!!

Brenda said...

Wowza Mom! What great cards, and a fabulous idea for the luminary. Your first card is out of this world. Totally awesome!