Thursday, August 16, 2012

Lil Inker Designs Blog Hop - Sugar Kissed Cottage


Hello friends!
Thank you for visiting us for Day 4 of the Color Team New Release Blog Hop!

Today, I am super excited to share with you the first 3 stamps
from my new line by me, The Sugar Kissed Cottage!
I've collaberated with Lil Inker Designs to bring you vintage inspired images, perfect for card making and papercrafting!


The fabulous Karen Baker which is Lil Inker Design's newest
graphics designer created the sentiments for each set!!!

So let me show you these stamps!



The Rain Boy set has so many fun uses!
I stamped this image onto several paper and patterns to create this fun
 paper pieced card. His face, hair and shoes were colored using Copic markers.


This Surprise Birthday set is so fun and the image could be used for a variety of different occasions!


I love this one! I find I want to use it for everything!
 It's my favorite set as of right now.
 (but I keep changing my mind!)
The image on this card was colored using Copic markers.


This School Girl set is perfect for this season!!
 I love coloring this one and the sentiments are awesome!


If you would like to purchase any of these sets you can find them available exclusively through Lil' Inker Designs here.

I colored the image with Copic markers and cut her out. I then layered and ripped a variety of papers to create this card.


If you didn't find yourself here from The Lil Inker Designs blog, you can visit it here!

A reminder, as you visit the blogs from our Color Team Designers, leave comments along the way. We'll be picking 2 winners from a secret prize blog along our hop this week and each can choose 2 stamp sets from our new releases, a $20 prize value!

Now head on to Laura Nehring's blog!

Have a lovely day, Lindsey

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20 comments:

Karenladd said...

love love love these vintage themed sets! I love the way you paper pieced some and colored some. These are my favorite new releases!

Mary J said...

You've done a gorgeous job with all of them Lindsey!

Jay Gee said...

Gorgeous cards Lindsey :) I just love your stamp designs.

Miriam Prantner said...

These stamps are so adorable! Your illustrations are wonderful, and the cards are too, can't pick a favorite!

shelley said...

awesome cards!

Sue D said...

These images are so sweet --love them all!

Mary-Anne V said...

congrats on a very cute line of stamps... these images are so adorable. your cards are sweet. I like the little boy image the best.

Laura Pryor said...

Lindsey!!!!!! You're a ROCKIN' card maker!!!!!!!!!!!!! These are alll sooooo fabulous!!! I'm getting some great feedback on the new line! YAY!!!! So glad to have you hop with us this week!!!
Laura

ImagiMeri said...

Hi Ladies,

Lindsey, those cards are just the cutest! I'm having another luncheon/crafting session in November, I sure wish you lived close enough to come!

Hugs,
Meri

Cynthia said...

Wow, this is fabulous and exciting news! These three sets look fabulous. Best of luck in your new venture, ladies.

Alyssa S said...

Congratulations on turning your sweet, vintage style into stamps! All your cards are adorable!

Nan said...

Love the stamps so sweet!!

Julianne N said...

love your card designs!

Laura said...

Your cards are all amazing Lindsey! I really love how you paper pieced the little boy's umbrella! Your images are so sweet, and I can't wait to see what you bring us in the future! :)

Linda R. said...

Absolutely adorable. You did a beautiful job capturing the nostalgia in these images!

frommycraftroom said...

Love all your cards today. Love the bright colours of the first one.

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

OMGosh these are so adorable, I love all three sets!!! Love the cute and adorable cards you made as well.

Karen B. said...

I think these are my most favorite stamps ever! You did such a fantastic job, and I can't wait to see more!

Houses Built of Cards said...

These are just the CUTEST images EVER!!! I'm in LOVE!!! And each of your cards is just lovely...

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Yesteryear Embroideries said...

These are just precious. What a great way to dress up scrapbooks!