Thank you for joining us on our LDRS Creative inspiration week blog hop!
Be ready for our Big, Big, BIG new collection! 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).
And the fun part? It’s already available in a local store near you! Don’t you just love going to your favorite retailer to treat yourself with the latest LDRS release?!
Each of our four days will feature a new theme featured in this fabulous release.
Day 2 is all about FALL and more!
Ready for the cutest stamps ever? Here is A View for All Seasons Stamps (with a perfect coordinating die set), Woodland Wonderland Stamps (also with a coordinating die set available), and No Matter the Weather Stamps.
We also continued adding to our wonderful Basic dies line: In the Breeze Die Set, Down Main Street Die, and Over the Hills Die.
We also have some new things going on in the new Paper Product section, with a brand new Fall 6×6 paperpack, Sweater Weather – 6×6 Paper. How GORGEOUS is it?!
Winners will be announced on the LDRS Creative inspiration blog and Instagram page on September 17, 2019.
For my card today I stamped the images from the View for all seasons stamp set on Neenah Solar White 80lbs cardstock and coloured everything with Copic markers. The window shade I stamped with Dan-d-lion Hybrid ink and used some yellow markers to add shading. I fussy cut them out leaving a little white frame.
Then I die cut a scalloped rectangle from white cardstock using the Scalloped rectangle die set an stamped the window on it with Iced Tea Hybrid ink. I heat embossed a sentiment under it with gold embossing powder using the Happy Fall sentiments stamp set.
I assembled my little window scene, some elements I popped up with 3D foam squares. I also added some brick details using a tiny stamp from the View for all seasons stamp set.
For the background i used a pretty patterned paper from the Sweater Weather paper pad. As a finishing touch I used a black glaze pen on the nose and the shutters and added a drop of glossy accents to the vine leaves.