If you are following the blog hop, you should have come from Isha's blog. If you'd like to start at the beginning, visit Laura's blog. Of course there are prizes during this release celebration! For each comment you leave on the designer's blogs this week, you will have an entry into the drawing to win one of two $10 gift certificates to the Lil' Inker Designs store!
Let's get on with today's projects! They are both very Clean & Simple today.
First up, a card for mom. I die cut that beautiful "mom" out of patterned paper and die cut the heart out of glitter paper and popped it up. I don't know about you, but recently when I was trying to find appropriate supplies to use on a card for Mother's Day I was at a total lost. I just didn't have many "mom" items. I LOVE that this die (and the dad die that is also being released this month) fills a void in my stamping/scrapping supplies. And the font that this die features with the fantastic heart in the center...LOVE!
The scroll stamp is included in the new Mom & Dad stamp set which features sentiments perfect for so many occasions honoring your mom & dad. I also LOVE that these dies are less formal than the traditional Mother & Father sentiments that you often see. They are more intimate to me.
And now, a card to honor dad. Do you struggle with masculine cards? Well, I have to say that this die makes it so much easier to create a card for dads!
I die cut the Dad (don't you love that the "a" in dad is the "@" symbol!) with orange card stock. That "Super Star" wood bubble has been stamped twice with one of the frames in the Flags & Tags Stamp set. I stamped the frame directly onto the wood first in orange ink and then moved the stamp over to stamp the Hawaiian Shores color. I also impressed the card base with a striped impression plate to give it some extra texture.
Let's take a look at the products being showcased today.
They are all available in the Lil' Inker Designs store now! So, hurry on over! These are PERFECT for Mother & Father's day that are just around the corner!
Don't forget to leave a comment for your chance to win! To continue on & see more inspiring projects, visit Judith's blog!