Hello everyone and welcome to our Fall and Halloween Feature!
For the next two days, the Design Team has created gorgeous projects to inspire you with the latest Fall collection that is now available in a local craft store near you!
We are talking about…
Some amazing Halloween High Jinks Stamps (cut out in no time with the coordinating die set), Happy Haunting Stamps (with a perfect coordinating die set here), and one of the new Petal Pusher sets, Pick of the Patch (and its die set)!
We also continued adding to our wonderful Basic dies line: In the Breeze Die Set, Down Main Street Die, Over the Hills. Not to forget Up a Tree Die Set, Garden Gateway Die Set, Garden Wreath Die Set. They fit with all of our products, so don’t miss on them!
People have been amazed by the thickness of the brand new Fall 6×6 paperpack, Sweater Weather – 6×6 Paper. How GORGEOUS is it?!
And of course, a brand new all-in-one stencil called A Walk in the Park – 6×6 Stencil !
Hop around this short hop to see all the beautiful creations and new techniques used on them!
And to celebrate these two days, we are offering 15% off on your next order in the LDRS Creative store when you add any item from the Fall collection using code FALLFUN (*valid until October 27, midnight EST).
Hi everyone! As part of the LDRS Creative Day 2 blog hop, today is featuring a fall card. I went with a super simple card focusing the card around one die cut and some hybrid inks.
For today’s card, I’m using LDRS Creative’s die set named, Garden Gateway die set. This is a simple die set but can be used in so many ways. It’s actually two pieces where you can use the die cut into a piece of paper (which is what I’m doing on black cardstock) or you can cut it along with it’s frame so it can be layered on top of another panel.
Since this card is focused around the die set, I pulled out some ink colors that together, reminded me of fall: Dan-D-Lion, In Your Face Orange, and Lipstick Jungle. I blended them out on an entire A2 card panel so it will show through the Garden Gateway die cut as well as the side of the card panel.
Since this die cut didn’t have a corresponding sentiment, I pulled out an older fall set, Happy Fall, to coordinate with this card. I used Dan-D-Lion to color up a piece white cardstock and stamped the sentiment from Happy Fall on it. I also took the Lipstick Jungle onto another piece of white cardstock and used this to mat the sentiment.
That’s it for today’s card. Sometimes, you don’t need to do any coloring and can focus a card around a simple die.
Thanks for stopping by! Come back soon!