Thank you for joining us on our LDRS Creative inspiration week blog hop! We are so excited to feature what was showcased at Creativation in January! There are 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)!
In this release, we are introducing interactive stamp and die combos, fabulous paper doll dies, and TONS of products to fit everyone's taste!
There are two brand new full size stamp sets from Cre8tive Cre8tions, each combining 8 stamps; Celebration and Flower Power!
Next, we have something for all our Polkadoodles fans! We have two brand new characters, each featuring lovely scenes: Ruby (Celebration, Pretty Cute, So Sassy) and Holly (Delightful Daisy, Feathered Friends, Story Time, Watch It Grow). And fear not, Winnie is also joining the party with the mini set called Let's Go, and some amazing paper doll dies in the Die-licious collection to create to your soul content: A Gift For You, Miss Pretty, Puppy Princess, Super Scenes. What's best is that we came up with the perfect 6"x6" Die-Licious paperpack to combine all skin, hair and clothing patterns as a perfect complement!
If you are more into flowers, then you will simply adore these brand new stamp and die combo sets: If Friends Were Flowers, Love And Smell The Roses.
And did we say we were throwing a surprise party for you all? Thanks to these sweet stamp sets, you can have one, too: Wordalicious, Sweet Treats, Party Time, Life Is Sweet, Ice Cream Party, Goody Gumdrops!
What's even cooler are the interactive stamps (and some even as a die combo!) we are proud to have designed: Going Places, On The Move-Neighborhood, On The Move-Landscape. Adorable critters? Yes! Right here: On The Move, Hippo Hooray, Super Critters!
We also have FOUR new die sets that will help you get a professional look in no time, on top of being simply adorable: Twirling Pop-Up, Barber Stripes Rectangle, Fringe, Scalloped Borders.
Who's ready for mini hybrid inks? We are adding the latest two sets of our very popular Hybrid inks in a mini version, perfect for ink blending, stenciling, stamping, colouring and embossing: At The Beach and On The Farm!
Next, we have two new 6"x6" stencils that are sure to be as popular as the others: Playful Patterns and the Waffle!
Lastly, because we wanted to give you the perfect time with papers AND stamps, we created the new Playful Pattern collection that includes 6"x6" and 12"x12" packs: Homemade Happiness, Candy Counter, Sweet Sensations!
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 $25 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 March 5th.
AND for the release event we are excited to offer some great savings!
Save 15% on the new release*, including already discounted bundles and use code FEB15
(*Coupon valid until midnight EST 3/6/18)
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For my card today I used two stamp set :Sweet Life and Goody Gumdrops. I started by stamping the sentiment using Watermark ink onto black card stock panel, then embossed in white. I stamped the little bonbons using Raven Hybrid ink on white card stock and colored with Copics.Cut them out closely to the stamped lines and used black brush pen to cover the white edges. Adhered them to the panel using dimensionals and adhered to Pool color top folding note card. As a finishing touch I added some glitter pen and lacquer pen to the bonbons.
Watch the video below to see how this card came to be.
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