Ah! La Carte: Une bonne tasse de thé...ou de café!

Bon matin!

Je me prépare pour le méga week-end Copic avec la boutique Ah! La Carte et il me semble qu'un bon thé serait apprécié...alors voyez-vous la thématique avec ma carte d'aujourd'hui? ;-)

L'étampe est de LDRS Creative et se nomme "Time for A Cuppa", mise en couleurs aux Copic. Comme l'image est assez grosse, j'ai décidé de la laisser en point focal central sur la base de la carte et de la surélever avec des mousses 3D, en ajoutant simplement quelques billes de Robin's Nest.



N'hésitez pas à la demander en boutique!

LDRS Creative: Penny Peacock!

Good morning everyobdy!
I'm with you once again to show you how quickly you can do a project with LDRS Creative! This time, I wanted to do something a bit different (and let's say it, out of my comfort zone) using the Penny Peacock - Stamps & Dies set.

I simply stamped the Penny Peacock image onto basic cardstock and die-cut it with the largest die from the Fancy Rectangles & Layers Die set. No blending needed here, we want a quick project, so grab any markers or pencils you have nearby and fill in every spot from this gorgeous Art-Z design. Once it was done, I added this piece to a folded cardbase and placed four corners made with the Majestic Frame Die set. And that is that!

You could even recreate this project with your children for a cool summer project on a rainy day :-)

LDRS Creative: Outdoor play!

Hello everyone!
I'm back with you today during this long week-end and just in time to share another round of cute cards featuring the Outdoor Play - Critter Stamps & Dies. I thought I'd show you how you can achieve fabulous projects without even using pattern papers, although we do have amazing ones in store!
On this first card, I folded a 4"x5½" cardbase made of black cardstock and added a piece of red cardstock, before placing a white embossed piece done with the Gilded Embossing Folders. I coloured two foxes, used the dies to fussy cut them in two shakes and placed them on my card with dimensional adhesive. Final step was to stamp a sentiment onto a Basic Pierced Ovals die-cut and voilà!
On my second card, I went all-white and nothing else! I embossed the whole cardbase with the Majestic Embossing Folders, then added a white die-cut from the Fancy Squares & Little Things Die Set with dimensional adhesive to make it pop. I completed the project with a few pieces from the stamp and die set.
See how easy it is to play with all those LDRS Creative products? I know, I'm totally biaised and over the moon with them, but I wish this has inspired you all!