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Sunday, September 11, 2016

Lil' Inker Designs September Release: Day 1 & a Special


Hello!  It's time for a new Lil' Inker Designs release! The new products are already available in the  Lil' Inker Designs store!  If you are following along in the blog hop you should have come from Heather Hoffman's blog! There are three $15 gift certificates to the LID store up for grabs, so the more blogs you comment on, the better your chances are of winning!  Today, I have 2 cards to share.

I mentioned a special in my title and the details of that are at the end of this post!

Jen Carter Reap a Harvest wm

Up first is my favorite for this release!  The fall stamp set on this card is called Reap a Harvest and of course there are coordinating Reap a Harvest Dies too.  It's gorgeously drawn!  I love that there are line drawn and solid stamps with this set.  It can be used so many ways.  

Jen Carter Reap a Harvest front wm

And that sentiment...LOVE!  Also from Reap a Harvest stamp set (which only makes sense, LOL!).

Jen Carter Super Kids Tombstone wm

For my 2nd card I did something a little untraditional.  That navy & aqua paper is from a new paper pack called Super Kids Paper.  I cut my square mats with the Stitched Mats: Dual Stitched Squares Dies.  I cut the opening (more on that later) with a new die called Tombstone Peek-a-boo Die (yeah, I really did say Tombstone!).

I also used some previously released products to decorate the front from the Cut it Out Clouds & Accessories die set (clouds & lightening).  The "open" is from a stamp in the Boo & Faces Stamp Set.

Jen Carter Super Kids Tombstone Partial Open

The Tombstone Peek-a-boo Die is fun & unique in that it scores on one side which works like a hinge so that it can be opened up.  So fun!  I felt like the shape of the die made the perfect door for...

Jen Carter Super Kids Tombstone Open 2 wm

...a little super kid!  This Super Kid stamp set is so adorable, and it also has coordinating Super Kid Dies.  I colored him with copics.  I put a Seasonal Star die behind him die cut from the Tribal Chic Paper Pad.  The "My Hero" sentiment is also from the  Super Kid stamp set.

Are you ready to hear about the special?
Spend $50 or more in our store through the end of this month and earn our Here for the Boos Stamp Set, a $10 value, FREE! Just add this item to your cart and enter the code FREEBOOS at checkout to take advantage of this offer while supplies last. Code MUST be used as no adjustments can be made.
All of the Lil' Inker products that I've used (and more!) are available to purchase right now in the Lil' Inker Designs store!  Your next stop on the blog hop is over to Joy Taylor's fabulous blog!

Thank you SO MUCH for joining me today!  Be sure to come back tomorrow for more previews of the new products!

25 comments:

  1. Love your cards!!! Anything with polka dots always call my name, so both of your cards are awesome! I love the elegance of your first card with the gold. The interactive aspect you added to your second card is so cool!!

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  2. both are cute, but your super kid card is just amazing! i love that it's interactive - any kid would love it!

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  3. Your "Reap a Harvest" card is just stunning! Love the beautiful colors and the design. And of course your "Super Kid" card is fabulous & cute.

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  4. I like the non-traditional colors you used for the acorns on the top card!! I am usually too literal.

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  5. These cards are so cheerful and fun. ESP. Love the Reap the Harvest set. Thanks.

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  6. Yummy cards and love the fun new, fresh products.

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  7. Great cards. I especially like the first one--the colors and gold are so pretty.

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  8. Your first card is
    lovely, great coloring.
    Love the 'door' on the
    second card, too cute!
    Carla from Utah

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  9. Love your cards. I love you choices of color o. Uour first card and your second card is so much fun! Thanks for sharing!
    -Michelle Daigle

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  10. Love your cards. I love you choices of color o. Uour first card and your second card is so much fun! Thanks for sharing!
    -Michelle Daigle

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  11. Fun cards, Jen! I love that tombstone peekaboo die and how you showed how it can be used for non-Halloween cards! YAY!

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  12. Love these cards! The colors on the first one are gorgeous. Such an elegant card! The second one is so fun with the super hero hidden behind the door.

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  13. Love the elegant first card and the fun surprise on the last.

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  14. Love the touches of gold on the first card and the interactive feature of the second.

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  15. LOVELY Reap-a-Harvest card. that gold peeking through is just right. And your 2nd card just made me smile. All that detail on the front then the little super hero with his aloof expression! So Cute.

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  16. Awesome cards! Love the first one with the gorgeous fall designs! The second is so fun with the surprise!

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  17. Gorgeous cards! The super kid is simply adorable :)

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  18. Beautiful creations! Love the polka dots, and the surprise in the card!

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  19. Sweet cards...great fall design and cute kids card!

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  20. Great cards, so creative, the fall one is so elegant, and the other one is just great fun!

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  21. I love the gold dotted paper with the gold ribbon and the pastel flowers and acorns! I couldn't imagine what was behind the "door" of the second card. Kids (or adult) would love it! Thanks for sharing them

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