Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Lil' Inker Designs
Laura to join the Lil' Inker Designs Team as a graphic designer! As my profile mentions that I'm a graphic designer by trade (meaning I have a four degree in it), however my full time job is far from anything design. It is so wonderful to be able to showcase these skills that I've learned in another avenue! Lil' Inker Designs has introduced a new series in their color line-up of stamps, called Sugar Kissed Cottage-in fact, they are available in the store now. The images are so delightfully sweet, and they are designed by Lindsey Amschler. The coolest part is that I got to help out early and put together the sentiments for the three sets, with the assistance of Laura! I hope you enjoy! If you are following the release hop, you should have arrived from Laura and the Lil' Inker's Blog!
Rain Boy, and colored with prisma colored pencils. He's the sweetest little boy that you ever did see (in stamp form anyway!). I used bright colors 1. because my boys are drawn to bright colors and 2. bright colors cheer people up!
School Girl Stamp Set. I colored her with watercolor crayons and a touch of copic markers. She's been fussy cut and adhered onto a patterned paper card base. Isn't that sentiment tons of fun, a great alternative to the general back-to-school sentiments. Of course, with kids going back to school now or in a few weeks, this set is perfect too!
Surprise! and features these two adorable friends or sisters. I colored them with pastel and vintage shades of copic markers and dressed up the card with a simple embellishment of May Arts Burlap string.
There are so many opportunities for cute cards with these Sugar Kissed Cottage sets by Lil' Inker Designs, they are the perfect size for coloring and in my personal opinion have some really great sentiments! I hope you have a chance to hop along today, or through Thursday, because there are hidden prizes along the way that might just involve sets from this new release!
Thank you for letting me share this excitement, and for viewing my cards today. I'd like to know, do you have a favorite set from this release?
Your next stop on the hop is Judith from Jay Gee's Nook!