Hi everyone! How are you all doing today?
I’m very sad to be writing this post, because… this is my final post as a member of the Gel-à-Tins DT.
I’ve had the most amazing time being a member of this Design Team. Jessica and Bonnie have been a dream to work with and have supported me every step of the way, and I truly feel that I have grown as a designer during my term as a direct result of my opportunity there. Unfortunately life just sometimes throws up circumstances where you have to say goodbye, and that time has sadly come here. I want to publicly thank Bonnie and Jessica for taking a chance on me and selecting my for the DT, and the to thank the DT girls themselves – they are a lovely, talented bunch and I hope to cross paths with them all again.
I thought I would finish up my term by posting some of my favourite Gel-à-Tins creations, some old, some new:
First up, my first ever DT project – a super-fun tag featuring Chevron-Tastic. I named this set you know!
Next, an I Love You card featuring the Laugh Out Loud alphas:
Up next, my ombre card featuring Flutterby:
A couple of Polaroid-style photo frames featuring my most favourite set, Love Knots:
A fun and funky good luck card using the Zebra Print Background:
A fun Robin Hood-like card, using the Crackle Paint stamp as tree bark:
A yummy cupcake using the Sweet Hearts set:
A super-blinged out card using the Gelly Gems Roll-ups:
The SWAK mini set helped me pull off this awesome Pop Art-inspired piece:
And finally, my last card, using the Leopard Background stamp to create a moonscape:
I would finally like to thank all of the readers who have read my posts and posted comments on my creations on the Gel-à-Tins blog, as well as on here of course! It means more to me than you will ever know. I am truly grateful for all things Gel-à-Tins and hope it won’t be the last time we meet.
Thanks for the memories!!
2 thoughts on “Thank You Gel-à-Tins!”
What a lot of gorgeous eye candy! You have done an amazing job designing for them!
Such awesome cards, Taheerah! I specially love the polaroid ones 🙂