Friday, September 11, 2015

Whimsy Stamps September Release Day 3




Howdy -
Welcome to Day 3, the final day, of our ...
September Rubber Stamp and Die Release


Over the last 2 days we have showcased 19*BRAND NEW* red rubber stamps/stamp sets, 3 new Clearly Whimsy clear sets, and 3 Shapeology Die Sets. All of these new products are available to buy from the  
Whimsy Stamps store and from selected Whimsy Stamps retailers.
Our design team members have created amazing cards and projects featuring these new goodies, we hope you have enjoyed the hops over the last 2 days. Today, we have more inspiration to share and we hope you will hop along with us for the last chance to win a Whimsy Gift Voucher during our 
September release.

PRIZE ALERT ... We have hidden a fabulous prize of a $15 GIFT CERTIFICATE at two of the stops on today’s hop! We will draw the lucky winners from the comments left here and on today’s design team posts (listed below), so be sure to visit everyone and leave a comment at every stop to be entered into the draw.

The winners from each of our 3 release day hops will be drawn and posted on Monday, September 14th. Be sure to join us and leave your comments by 8am ET on Monday for a chance to win!

For my image to show off today I chose "Little Red Riding Hood" by Elizabeth Bell. So in love with her stuff and this one was so fun to color.
   


I colored with my Copics (colors below) and really went crazy with that red dress and hood. I just kept adding color. LOL hope it isn't too much. I found papers from BoBunny Juliet collection. Love the deep colors with the collection. I sewed down the layers with a zig zag stitch. I then cut a mat with a Spellbinders Die. And then the sewed down Red Riding Hood. I must say then I had lots of fun playing with Whimsy Shapeology Dies. I just cleaned out my book of dies and so I was just having fun with a few that I haven't used in a long while. So here is the list of dies -  Corner Die Set, Sentimentables Die Set, Vines Die Set, and I found some little flower dies. I dotted those flowers with a Viva Deco Black Paper Pen.

Inside I used more of the same papers and scraps.


Copic colors used -

 Now don't forget to have fun hopping around and leave those comments as there are really great prizes each day!! 

From here - you need to visit Kristie Goulet

Thanks for dropping by. Happy hopping!

HUGS and - 
 

18 comments:

Sue C. said...

Really pretty card!

Sabrina said...

Such a sweet card!!

Adrianne Fane-Hervey said...

Love Elizabeth bells images, you have made a fab card

Jennifer Scull said...

truly wonderful! I really like the old world feel you gave it with the wooden paper. the corner dies set off that precious stamp so perfectly! :)

Dee Earnshaw said...

Love the richness of the red color you used on the image and PP on this card and the sewing on top of the 'wood' panel. The di cuts fit beautifully around the image too. Thank you for sharing this with us:)

mamof9 said...

Love the bright colours you have used to colour this card, lovely card x

Jodi said...

Wonderful image - just love the card and design.

Yvonne C. said...

Beautiful card!!! Awesome job on the coloring!!

Sue D said...

Fabulous coloring and I like the papers you used.

Denise Bryant said...

Sweet card wiyh beautiful embellishments and lovely coloring!

Wendy Nicola Jackson said...

I LOVE this sweet new image and your paper combo is fab as is your colouring. Gorgeous card. Hugs, Wends x

Julye said...

Ahh such a pretty card and your colouring is great her skirt really does look so full of folds thank you for sharing.

Cher said...

Sweet card/coloring. Love them

Tracy said...

Lovely card Michelle! Love the reds you used on red riding hood's cloak!

Sharon Jones said...

Very pretty card! I love the Little Red Riding Hood!

Mary Beth Krakowski said...

LOVE this card. The colors, shading, layout, stamps - it all great and ties together so well. Thanks for the inspiration.

Michele Henderson said...

Beautiful Red Riding Hood card! Great coloring technique!
Take care!
Michele

Bunny said...

Wow! The reds are so hard to work with. Very pretty coloring on this cute image. Nice shading.