Happy New Year to all!
Gina's Designs would like to thank everyone for a great year in 2013, and welcome you to some changes in 2014.
As of today our site has grown. We now have a gallery, where we encourage you to post your projects using Gina's Designs products. We love to see what you have done with the products.
New for 2014, and beginning on January 6 we will be starting our monthly sketch challenge. Each month on the first Monday, Nancy Smith will post a new sketch. Use the sketch for a layout, card, or other project and post your project in the gallery set up for that purpose. Each month one qualifying entry will win a $10.00 gift certificate to Gina's Designs store. The challenge will run from the first Monday of the month through the first Monday of the following month, and winners will be announced the second Tuesday of each month. For this section of our gallery you do not have to include Gina's Designs products to be eligible to upload your project or to win the prize.
Gina's Designs is featuring a new release today in the store. There are over 100 new items, including chipboard pieces as well as home décor and storage items. Be sure to check out the What's New section to see the latest releases.
We hope you like our new look and plan to spend some time with us this year. Now here is Marfa to share our first DT project of 2014.
Today I have a fantastically fabulous vintage camera box for your viewing delight. I am an amateur photographer looking to break into the world of professionals, so this box IMMEDIATELY caught my eye when I saw it at the Gina's Designs shop. My goal was to use it to store the photos that are waiting to be scrapped. I have to look at this box everyday, so I chose to decorate it in a very pretty, romantic style. It has lots of layers of paint that helped me come up with a color that I love. I also couldn't help myself and I used some of my favorite eyelet lace around the lid. The gold touches were done with a gold paint pen that is absolutely awesome. This box fits photos that are 5 x 7 and with a little room left over. This isn't one of those tiny boxes, this baby is really good for storage. It can also be used for a jewelry box, or to hold some photography supplies, like cleaning stuff or your filters and other small items. Its a great gift for any photographer in your life ;-)
Scroll down for short video and a list of supplies!
Paper, flowers and rhinestones by Webster's Pages
Pentouch Gold Paint Pen
Eyelet lace ribbon