By Angie Hunt
Posted in Inspiration, on April 29, 2016
Welcome to Day 5 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.
So be sure to subscribe to this blog and leave a comment below to be entered to win!
We are pleased to have Guest Designer ~Michele Kosciolek
Other items: Vintage button, burlap string, wired string, sewing machine, Um Wow Studio turtle doves, dictionary page
And special Guest Designer ~ Jennifer Cowles
I was so excited to receive this lovely stamp "Pattern Love" and Basic Pierced Ovals for my project. This girl is so cute she reminds me of my darling daughter so with her Birthday coming up I thought I would put together a fun card for her.
I haven't really gotten into the coloring craze so I was a little worried about coloring this beautiful girl so I broke out my watercolors and added a little color here and there and I am so pleased with how she turned out. While I had my watercolors out I added a little color to the pink rosettes and I am loving the ombre effect this has.
It's Rosie here sharing my card using the following LDRS Products:
and... Barbara here with a card for this special occasion...
The LDRS product used for this card are:
CandiBean rubber stamp called " Sweet Like Cake"
sentiment from Vintage Affection stamp set Just Because
And now we are please have yet another Guest Designer: Karen B.
For my first card, I started by inking up a soft background of patterned paper, in which I stamped a beautiful greeting from the LDRS Creative Stamp Set, You. I adhered a beautiful paper banner die cut from the LDRS, Basic Cutting Borders 1. Then I wrapped the panel with antique gold ribbon and tied with a bow, along with a second bow made from burlap string. I attached the decorated panel to a card base and finished the card with a handmade bead pic