Thank you for joining us on our LDRS Creative inspiration week blog hop! We are showcasing lots of gorgeous projects using products from our new release. You can even see them in action with step-by-step projects by our amazing designers on their blogs and our own LDRS Creative Youtube channel (make sure you subscribe)!
We have TWO new paperpads bursting of colours, with awesome patterns all ready for your projects called You Are My Sunshine (from TLC Crafting) and Sweet Summer! There are FIVE clear stamp sets that are oh-so-sweet: Shore Lucky, Lemonade, Ants Pants, A New Beginning and Heatwave (two sets from Cre8tive Cre8tions)! But wait, you’re about to die for… FIVE new die sets that can be used as accessories or full backgrounds: Sunburst, Scalloped Rectangle, Sun & Clouds, Surfing Waves & Sandy Beach, Waves & Clouds. And for the first time at LDRS Creative, you can grab them in bundles, because you KNOW you need them all!
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Today I’m using the stamp set called Shore Lucky, along with some of the new release dies. But first, I picked out a piece of paper from the You Are My Sunshine paper pack that mimicked the ocean with the blue lines and trimmed it down to an A2 card panel. I thought it needed a little more color, so I pulled out the Little Boy Blue ink and inked up the edges.
I stamped out the images from Shore Lucky using Raven hybrid ink and colored them in using alcohol ink. I like how these images are smaller so I can use a lot of them in a smaller space. I trimmed down a piece of paper to use as the spotlight panel so the pattern paper can frame the main card space. I die cut paper using the Surfing Wave die and used the same Little Boy Blue color to ink up the die cuts, except the top of the wave, which I left white.
I also took a piece of Kraft cardstock and die cut it using the Shady Beach die. Using Coffee Bean ink, I inked up the edges of this die cut to add a little dimension. I stamped the sentiment from the Shore Lucky set, using the same Coffee Bean ink.
I think this card turned out great and this little set really packs a punch and allows you to create a super cute beachy stamp set.
Come back tomorrow for my last card I’m sharing using the LDRS July new release.
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And make sure to be back tomorrow for more inspiration!