LDRS – Winter Magic

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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 6×6 designer paperpads, with awesome patterns all ready for your Holidays and Winter-themed projects called ARCTIC SNOWFALL and HOLLY JOLLY HOLIDAYS!

There are FOUR stamp sets that are simply dreamy:  ARCTIC SNOWFALL, TREE LINE, MOUNTAINS, and let’s not forget the awesome HOT CHOCOLATE set from Cre8tive Cre8tions!

We also have two new die sets that save you time on cutting, because they coordinate perfectly with the line stamp sets, but can also stand on their own! Crafters, meet the Tree Line Border Die and the Mountains Border Die!

 And you can grab the entire release in bundles, because you KNOW you need them all!

Simply use the list at the end of the post to keep hopping!

Each day we are giving away a $50 LDRS Creative gift card to one lucky hopper!  To enter leave a comment on each blog in the hop, plus follow us on Facebook and Instagram. Winners will be announced on the LDRS Creative inspiration blog on October 2nd.

AND for the release event we are excited to offer some great savings!

Save 15% on the new release* and use code ARCTIC15
(*Coupon valid until midnight EST 9/30/18)

Hi there! It’s day 2 of the blog hop for the September release and I’m back to share another card. I’ve been on a simple and clean cardmaking marathon and this is just another one.

Today, I’m using the Mountains stamp alongside the Hot Chocolate stamp set. For the Mountains, I masked off the bottom of the stamp because I didn’t want that harsh line at the bottom for this particular card. I also used the snowman from the Hot Chocolate stamp set and added it to the left side of the card underneath the mountains. Sometimes, with wintery cards, it makes coloring really easy since snow is white!

I colored up the snowman with very light shadowy colors and added some pops of color for the snowman’s nose, scarf, and hat.

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I actually ended up trimming the mountains because I accidentally smudged some ink above but this ended up working in my favor. I decided to take advantage of the Artic Snowfall paper pack and pulled out the blue patterned paper with white snowflakes. This worked perfectly for the sky.

This ended up being such a simple card to pull together. I added the sentiment Hot Chocolate Cold Nose by using Watermark ink on black cardstock and heat embossed using white embossing powder.

I really love easy this card was to put together. Sometimes having patterned paper really makes creating cards super easy.

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Come back tomorrow for another card idea using the new release. It’s definitely my favorite of the bunch. I can’t wait to share. See you tomorrow!

 

Hop along and leave a comment so you could win! 

Day 2:
LDRS CREATIVE BLOG
JANE
KASSI
ALANNA
JEANNIE <– You are here! 
DIANE

 

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15 thoughts on “LDRS – Winter Magic

  1. So very pretty! I love that snowman image. And birdies are my
    passion so always happy to see one. The new papers are just
    awesome. I need both packs! lol

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  2. Beautiful card front love the stamps and your coloring, really like how the snowman and sentiment pops against all the white and your use of the designer paper as the background just brilliant 💕😊

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  3. Such a beautiful card and I love pattern paper. I’m just getting started in paper crafting and find myself using a lot of beautiful papers. Tfs.

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