LDRS – Artic Snowfall

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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 and welcome to day 3 of the LDRS blog hop for the September release. I’m really excited to share this card since it’s my favorite of the three days.

I used the Artic Snowfall set along with the matching paper pad. I find the matching paper pads so ingenious and you can create so many cute cards easily!

I started by stamping out the mama fox with her baby using Raven hybrid ink. I colored it in quickly using alcohol ink markers.I debated on which pattern paper to use for this card. I wanted to go for a soft look, so I pulled out this scenic piece of paper that had a bunch of trees and snowflakes. It was perfect!

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I really wanted to have the stamp image I colored be the focal point and sometimes that’s really hard when you use patterned paper. I decided that I wanted to use the Happy Days Circle dies to help make sure a person’s attention goes towards the foxes. I used the scalloped die to cut a piece of glittery white cardstock and the patterned paper, being SUPER careful to keep all the little interior pieces from the patterned paper. I wanted to  inlay all those little pieces from the patterned paper to the glittery white paper. Then, I used the interior circle to cut out the patterned paper.

For the sentiment, I found a matching grey cardstock to the color of the trees on the patterned paper. I used Alloy hybrid ink to stamp the sentiment.

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I trimmed the patterned paper just a bit on the top left and left side. I added it on top of white, glitter paper. It tied everything on the card together and finished it off.

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The softness of the card makes it super wintery, and I think it’s the perfect card to cap off this blog hop. I hope you enjoy this card as well. Hope you enjoyed the last three days of cards.

Have a great day! Happy Friday!

 

Hop along and leave a comment so you could win!

Day 3:
LDRS CREATIVE BLOG
JANE
KASSI
ALANNA
JEANNIE  – You are here! 
DIANE

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14 thoughts on “LDRS – Artic Snowfall

  1. Such a precious card! I just love how you colored the Mama and the Baby Fox! And I also love your color combination for this card too!

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