Hey everyone! Happy Tuesday – and welcome to the Lil’ Inker Designs September Release!!
Can you believe we’re at the September release *already*?! I can’t!!
This release is a really awesome one – just you wait and see what we’ve got in store for you – literally!
This month we are showcasing the products in any order we choose! I think this is super fun as you’ll see a bit of everything from everyone each day – definitely worth hopping to every single DT member’s blog for this!! AND we have an *amazing* Guest Designer this month – check out the Lil’ Inker Designs blog for more info!!
And just to reiterate – it is well worth hopping and commenting as there’s a chance to win prizes! This month there are 2 $10 store credits up for grabs that will be selected at random from one of our blogs!!
So today I’m showing you a bit from an awesome little set and its accompanying dies – Bats & Broomsticks!! This is a *great* set for Halloween, and the dies make it super-easy to be versatile with it too!
I decided to create a little gift tag/treat pocket to show you today, and ended up with something I am affectionately calling the Double Trouble Treat Tag:
I just love this!!
I started with die cutting a tag using the Folding Tag die, and in a rare occurrence for me broke out the Distress Inks in Dusty Concord and Spiced Marmalade to add some colour to the tag. *Love* the way the colours blend here – very Halloween-y!
On the plain side of the die I added a stamped and cut out witch, adhered with Pinflair Glue Gel, and added the awesome sentiment. I agree with this one, don’t you? *wink*
On the folded side I stamped some of the bats, part of a different sentiment, and added a die-cut witch. The best thing about this die? You can flip the witch over to marry up the other side!
So, now you’ve seen all this awesome loot – maybe you ought to head over to the Lil’ Inker Designs site and take a look around! Tell ’em Taheerah sent ya, lol! In the meantime I would love it if you left some love before you went on your way! Thanks so much for stopping by – and please tune in later today for the first day of StampSpotlight!