By Angie Hunt
Posted in Inspiration, on April 27, 2016
Welcome to Day 3 of LDRS Creative week long blog Hop! What an exciting week of inspiration we have in store for you!
There will be so much inspiration on the LDRS Blog and we have guest designers joining us this week.
And of course prizes!
At the end of the week LDRS Creative will be choosing two lucky winners to receive a $25 gift vouchers to the LDRS Creative Store.
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Let´s get started!
I've used the following LDRS Creative dies on my card:
Basic Stitched Flags The stamp was colored using Copic markers:
Skin: E04, E11, E00, E000, E000
Hair: E11, E5, E18 (the girl on the left)
W6, W4, W2 (the girl on the right)
Clothes of the girl on the left: R22, R21, R20
BG49, BG15, BG45, BG000
Clothes of the girl on the right: R22, R21, R20
E77, E71, E70
W5, W3, W1
Tammy Louise here with a card, featuring a huge assortment of LDRS Creative Dies and loads of beautiful ribbon, lace and colored String/Burlap on a Shape EZ dress template.
The stamp used was a wonderful little stamp from the Best Friends Collection
And now we are pleased to have Guest Designer - Tracy McLennon
I have been fortunate to be asked to create and hop along with some other VERY talented craft bloggers with Little Darlings Rubber Stamps. We were each given different stamps to work with, and we got inky!
Little Darling Rubber Stamps- Sweatshirt Saturday Stamp, Embossing Folders: Gilded Ovals, Black Ink, Colored Pencil, and Card Stock. I used the LDRS Embossing Folder on the white cardstock I used as the front of my card. I wanted to keep it a subtle accent of texture so that the ribbon and stamped image would be the focal point.
Wait...We are pleased once again to have another Guest Designer: Karen Hanson
I love to colour!!! So when the darling new stamp called Abby Lynne arrive at my door, I knew that she would be friends with my Copics in no time at all! I decided to team her up with some Doodlebug paper that was die cut with one of the Basic Stitched Flags (designed by one of my crafty friends Rhea) – these flags are perfect for any size card! I happen to create A2s most of the time, and this set of dies is perfect! I think it’s a fun combination of products that will definitely be part of a regular rotation here on my crafty table! For more details about this project, come on over and visit me at ScrappyCanuck Studios!
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