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Blooms for Spring & Tea-riffic

By Stephanie Beauchemin
Posted in Inspiration, on March 05, 2018

Hello, all!

Stephanie with you today on the LDRS Creative blog to share more fun inspiration with the new release that is JUST about to be in your hands! Isn't it exciting?! And I have one neat tip to tell you today with the brand new Let Love Grow stamp set from the Cre8tive Cre8tions line. 

When I first received the Let Love Grow stamp set, I didn't know by which element to start. They are all fabulous! But instead of going straight for the character, I decided to create a full panel with different flowers and leaves, stamping them randomly, but keeping in mind that the tulip was the focal point of the entire project. There is something quite promising with tulips on a card done at the end of February :-P


When the stamping part was done, I coloured them all with my favorite medium and die-cut the panel with the amazing Heart Felt Build-A-Card die set by using the largest pieces and then creating an easel card-base for them to stand on. I matted the base with some very light pattern paper from the new Cotton Candy 6x6 paper pack. And since it was an easel card, what better choice than to decorate the bottom part of the card with a string of hearts die-cut from the same die set, right?

 

I hope you will all hurry to preorder the new items on the LDRS Creative website, because the design team has some great inspiration for you in the upcoming days and you won't be able to resist!

Until then, xxx

 

 

 

And.... whilst your waiting for all those exciting new products to hit the shelves, you can play with the all the existing gorgeous products :)

 

I have used elements from the Creative Basics Dies Allifair Build a card and Fancy Circles Die set and the cute image Tea-riffic. Papers are from the Time for Tea 6x6 paper pad.

 

 

I love the colours in this paper pad.  I coloured the image with distress inks and then I used the the Fancy Rectangles and Layers die set to cut the shape. I usually pop the die over the image and ensure it all fits in before taping the die down and running through my diecut machine.

 

 

 

 

Hugs Tracy xx


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