snowmen... LDRS Creative hop day 2

Hello my fabulous friends!

Thank you for joining us on our LDRS Creative inspiration week blog hop! We are showcasing 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)! 

We have TWO new 6x6 designer paperpads, with awesome patterns all ready for your Holidays and Winter-themed projects called ARCTIC SNOWFALL and HOLLY JOLLY HOLIDAYS!

There are FOUR stamp sets that are simply dreamy:  ARCTIC SNOWFALL, TREE LINEMOUNTAINS, and let's not forget the awesome HOT CHOCOLATE set from Cre8tive Cre8tions!

We also have two new die sets that save you time on cutting, because they coordinate perfectly with the line stamp sets, but can also stand on their own! Crafters, meet the Tree Line Border Die and the Mountains Border Die!

 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 $50 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 October 2nd.

AND for the release event we are excited to offer some great savings!

Save 15% on the new release* and use code ARCTIC15

(*Coupon valid until midnight EST 9/30/18)

 Now for what you've been waiting for...

Paper: LDRS Creative Holly Jolly Holidays; Neenah Classic Crest Solar White
Stamps: LDRS Creative Hot Chocolate, Tree Line
Ink: LDRS Creative Raven, Evergreen; Copic multiliner; GellyRoll Clear Star; Uniball Signo
Coloring: Copics
Green- YG93, YG67, G28
Red- R24, R29, R89, C4
Brown- E57
Black- W5, W7, W9
Snow- BG0000, BG000, BV0000
Orange- YR16,YR24, YR27, E99
Dies: LDRS Creative Woodland Foliage Frames
Other: LDRS Creative Stamping Mask Paper; Ranger Stickles, Glossy Accents

I love this snowman! He has this vintage vibe that is just fun to create with! 

And the Tree Line stamp... This is PERFECT for creating a horizon line in your scenes, and creating a lot of dimension! Because the trees are small than the snowman, it makes it look like the snowman is close to you, and the trees are in the distance!

You can keep your coloring super simple, or add in lots of detail... I kept my trees simple by just flicking in a couple greens and leaving white space for the snow.. I then added in some flicks of a glitter pen to help reinforce the idea that the trees are covered in snow.

Let's take a look at how to make this card in more detail...

Stamp your snowman in LDRS Creative Raven Hybrid ink.

Create a mask for your snowman and for your trees using Stamping Mask Paper.

Mask your Snowman, and stamp the Tree Line in LDRS Creative Evergreen Hybrid Ink.

Mask the trees.

Create a sky background... You can do this by sponging on in, or using an airbrush like I am. 

I like to create a cloudy sky by using a torn paper towel as a mask, and airbrushing right along the edge.


 Remove your masks.


Die cut your scene and run a black marker just around the edge of the die cut.

Cut a panel from the plaid paper about quarter inch small than your finished card size. Distress the edges, then sew around the edges with a sewing machine. 

Cut a panel from the polka dot paper that fits your card front. Adhere that to your card, layer on the distressed plaid panel, then your die cut. 

Embelish with some Glossy Accents on the ornaments, and thin lines of Stickles to highlight the snow.

Paper: LDRS Creative Arctic Snowfall; Neenah Classic Crest Solar White
Stamps: LDRS Creative Hot Chocolate, Mountains
Ink: LDRS Creative Raven, Alloy
Coloring: Copics
Snow- BV20, C0, R000
Mountains- E43, E44, E47, E49
Orange- B45, YR27, YR23, YR67
Brown- E47
Black- T5, T7, T9
Pink- R83, R85, R59, RV99
Blue- B34, B37, B39
Green- YG07, G09, G29
Other: Ranger Stickles

Here's another card using that same snowman, but I used the mountains in the background, and instead of creating my own sky, I uses the snowflake patterned paper! 

I love that you can make quick yet STUNNING winter card with this incredible new release!!

Hop along for more inspiration, and be sure to leave comments for a chance to win!

KASSI {you are here}

See you tomorrow with more or the LDRS Creative release!


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  1. Your cards are just amazing and beautiful! Your sky is so perfect!
    I love that snowman, too, as well as the sweet little birdie.

  2. I just love this is snow on the trees you did and Snowman on my favorite. Very beautiful card

  3. Wow! Thank you for showing us the step by step! Your backgrounds are amazing! I love how you did the trees! Such a cute snowman!

  4. Beautiful card love that you take us step by step with all the techniques you used, like the one you used for your sky it looks flawless, the stamp sets are supper cute and your coloring is amazing 😍

  5. So glad to see this as I ordered the buncle this morning. Your sky is beautiful, all of it just really really nice!!!

  6. Sweet cards! Love the papers you used and that adorable snowman!

  7. so cute. Love this snowman and the tree border. I like the plaid paper too.

  8. Your snowman with
    the bird looks so
    pretty with the
    trees in the
    background. Lovely
    Carla from Utah

  9. Wow! Love your gorgeous cards!!!
    I'm already follow LDRS on IG (raggiodiluc3) and on FB (Arianna

  10. I just love the cards everything about both of them. I love ❤️ the snowflake pattern paper it’s just stunning. Tfs.

  11. Great inspiration and beautiful cards!

  12. Amazing card! Love the shabby chic look and fantastic tip for making clouds.

  13. Fantastic cards! I really love how you tore all the sides of your one sheet of paper for the background! And I like how you just use a paper towel to make the clouds very creative! I am going to have to try that technique!


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