Monday, September 30, 2013

Challenge card Vintage/ Shabby Chic

Great to see you!
Today is a challenge day at Whimsy, the theme for the challenge is Vintage or Shabby Chic. An easy enough challenge I think. I decided to use this wonderful digital image Called Autumn Wagon  from the talented designer Kathryne from Stamp Art Design.  A very fitting image considering it's harvest time, so I distressed the edges, inked  and chose fall colors to make my card.
I would love to see you enter our challenge on the  Whimsy Challenge for a chance to win great digital images. That are easy to work with and come from some very talented designers. You can pop over to the Whimsy Store to check out all the great digital images.

Here is my creation!!

 A closer look at some of the wonderful saying that you get with this image.
Supplies: Bazzill cardstock, Bo Bunny patterned paper, distress ink, Offray Ribbon, Graphic 45 Button, copic markers, eyelets, miscellaneous metal bar.

 Thank you for stopping by:
Have a wonderful day and I hope I offered a little inspiration to you today

Friday, September 27, 2013

Baby girl bouquet

Good Morning, Welcome back to my blog!
A little bit frosty outside the last couple days, a bit of white on the ground. The days are getting cooler and a bit shorter, a sure sign that winter is approaching hopefully not for a few more months.

For this post on my blog I made a GREAT baby gift for my niece and added a fabulous tag I made from Whimsy Stamps made by designer Lia Stampz. The tag is called Baby Girl and there is also one for a baby boy they are super cute, cute, cute.
This gift is made using newborn diapers rolled into little roses and put into a bouquet in a vase filled with wonderful little baby things like a book, lotion, washcloths, spoons, baby shampoo and a lot more. I was surprised how much stuff I could actually get in this vase. My niece loved it, it looks like a bouquet of roses but everything is usable, and I love that part of this gift.
 A closer look at the tag that I colored and put in the bouquet.
 A closer look at the diaper flowers

Supplies: Copic markers, Martha Stewart corner punch and branch punch, Memory box flower dies, Distress ink, miscellaneous ribbon and metal embellishments.

Thank you again for stopping by
Have a wonderful crafty day!

Thursday, September 19, 2013

MR Baby Moose

Hi great to see you!
It's definitely starting to feel a bit like fall out there the wind is a bit cooler than it has been. I sure have been enjoying these last few days of great weather though. Last night we got our first frost, yikes. I sure hope that fall is long and warm and none of that white stuff for a while. 
This is a card that I made using a  Miss Rach digi called Baby Moose.  Super cute and great for a guy card, those seem to be a bit harder to make, without sticking girly things on them like flowers. This one is a perfect image for that.
You can hope over to the Whimsy Stamps store to check out this and other great images. Click here to jump over to the Whimsy Challenge blog to get daily inspiration on great projects and cards made with wonderful Whimsy images.
This is my inspirational card for today.

Super cute Baby Moose.

Supplies: Copic markers, Bazzill cardstock, Prima patterened paper, Hero arts sentiment, MB Fresh Foliage die cut, Moments metal embellishment, Robin's nest clear gems, Offray ribbon.

Thanks for stopping by
Have a Fabulous day!

I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:

Designed to color challenge: Anything goes
Chocolate, Coffee and cards:  Anything goes
Diva's by Design: Anything Goes

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

New Designer for Whimsy

Hi Great to see you again!
 Glad you could stop by today, because I'm showcasing an image by a new designer at Whimsy Stamps. Alberto Gava is debuting 4 new images and is holding a mini blog hop at Whimsy Stamps to showcase these images.

You can click here to hop over to Whimsy to take a peek at all the great creations that the design teams have created and participate in the hop.
There are hidden prizes along the way and Two Grand Prizes as well to win.

This is my creation made using Alberto's image called Queen Of Hearts.

The corner of my card using some fishing line and some hearts I punched out. They stick out of the flower design for an added 3-D effect.

Supplies: Copic markers, Bazzill cardstock, EP patterned paper, Cheery Lynn lace corner dies, Just Rite Large fancy Sentiments, Leaves from Heartfelt Creations Delicate Asters, Spellbinder, Viva pearl pen, Wild Orchid flowers, Whimsy flowers.
Thanks for stopping by:
Have a wonderful day!.

Hope you enjoy the hop and these wonderful new images from Alberto Gava.

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Sep tDigi Blog Hop

 Welcome to the September digital release blog hop!!!!
We have lots of new images to share with you today created by

All Whimsy Stamps digital images are 300dpi for high print quality.You can re-size, flip, or rotate to fit your own project
  To find all of today's new releases please visit the Whimsy Stamps Store
Don't forget to leave comments along the way as there will be 2 mystery DT Members who will each be choosing a winner from the comments left on their hop posts!
These winners will each win a Whimsy digital image of their choice.

The Grand Prize winner of the hop will be chosen from the very last stop, which is Carrie's
 This winner will receive 5 digital stamps of their choice from the
The hop will run for 1 week and end on Sunday 8th September at 12 Noon EST, when the lucky winners will be announced right here.
Below is a complete list of the hop in case you get lost along the way

This is my card for the blog hop!
This was such a cute image to work with from Crissy's Digis from Whimsy Stamps called Halloween Witchy Girl. Super cute isn't she. I love how this card turned out. All the colors and shadows just fell into place for me with this image. You should take the time and check out all the other DT's creations for a little inspiration and maybe you'll win some free images from Whimsy.

A wee bit of a closer look at my colored image.I just colored out the edges of the image.

Supplies: Copic markers, Basic grey stamps for the sentiment and spider web and bling, Martha Stewart Halloween  gooey punch, Bazzill cardstock.