SugarPea Designs: Coffee Lovers Spring Blog Hop!

Hi everyone!

I'm back with you today to share a new card for the Coffee Lovers Spring Blog Hop edition, woot woot!

I was super inspired by all the gorgeous coffee-related products at SugarPea Designs and wanted to give them all a try! And yes, this is why my video is a bit long, as I was too overwhelmed by all these goodies and had no clues where to start, eheh! But don't worry, the story ends up well... I think! :P

I used the SugarCut – Coffee To Go CupCoffee Words, Chatterbox Journal Card, Gift Tag dies and the Espresso Yourself stamp set. I tried to modify my patterned paper from 7 Dots Studio using the Watercolor Brush Strokes stamp set with some Archival Ink and Hero Arts Cocoa mini ink cube. Both inks were also used to stamp the sentiment on some Layered Treat Labels (and their coordinating die set). 

Here's the video I did:

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LDRS Creative: Sweet treats!

Hello everyone!
I'm super excited to show you this card, as it's one of my very favourites from the latest release here at LDRS Creative.
I started by stamping one of the cute piggies from the Sweet Treats - Critter Stamps & Dies and coloured it with markers to get him ready for die-cutting the silhouette with the matching dies in the same set! I wanted him to hold a cupcake so that it would turn into a birthday card, but you could decide to add pretty much all of the amazing accessories in there.
Notice something? I stamped not one, but three sentiments, oh yes! They all fit perfectly together, so why restrain yourself? And they're stacked on top of two layers of die-cuts from the Fancy Squares & Little Things Die Set to make things even better.

Here's a close shot so that you can see how much dimension there is on this card...

So hurry up and order your Sweet Treats set if you haven't done so already, because it's definitely a must-have!

Ah! La Carte: Bowie fun!

Allô tout le monde!

Je vous présente une carte toute simple faite avec les nouveaux papiers en boutique de 7 Dots Studio de la collection Fortune Teller et l'étampe Bowie de LDRS Creative, disponible sur commande!

Vous vous demandez comment obtenir une découpe ronde tout en laissant l'étampe "sortir" du rebord? Rien de plus simple! Il suffit de prendre une matrice de découpe (ou n'importe quel type de stencil, formes comme l'intérieur d'une roulette de ruban adhésif ou une bouteille d'eau) et avec un crayon à mine, simplement tracer tout autour. Il ne vous restera qu'à découper avec des ciseaux de précision. C'est un truc comme un autre ;-)

J'ai aussi utilisé les Nuvo Drops de Tonic Studios, un de mes produits coup de coeur ces temps-ci. En ajoutant un badge et quelques fleurs, on obtient une carte prête pour toute occasion. 

Merci du coup d'oeil!