“All Customer Blog Hop”
We are so excited to be a part of this special release. Along this hop you will find those new releases. And we, as customers of Belles ‘n Whistles, get to play along using any of our favorite BnW Stamps…
Today we are celebrating the rebirth of the darling SweetArt girls designed by none other than Artist Elisabeth Bell. Belles ‘n Whistles now has a total of 17 SweetArt girls in their store.
If you have just popped in, it would be great if you started in the beginning, and hopped along with us. You will find the master list of participants over on the Belles ‘n Whistles Inspirational Blog. To keep things easy, please follow that list and leave a comment on each blog. Do you know why? Because YOU could win a stamp from Belles ‘n Whistles, just for leaving some love along the way. There will be FIVE winners chosen randomly from comments that have been left along the way. No one knows who’s blog the winners will come from.
So sit back, grab a cup of coffee, tea, or Lemonade and enjoy all the fun and exciting things we, the Belles ‘n Whistles Customers, have to share with you today.
Here's my contribution:
The stamp I used for this card is called A Pen Friend.
I coloured it using my Copic Markers, here's a close-up:
I'm going to enter this card into the following challenges:
Craft Us Crazy - Anything Goes in August
ABC Challenge - A is for Auburn
2 Sisters Challenge - Colour Challenge
Image: Belle's n Whistles A Pen Friend
Other Stamp: Whimsy Stamps Postcard
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black and Cocoa Bean. Ranger Distress Ink in Antique Linen and Walnut Stain
Colouring Medium: Copic Markers
Papers: From my stash
Green and Dark Pink Card: Stampin Up
Tools: Nesties Large Rectangles and Large Scalloped Rectangles and Marianne Designs Hearts with Sizzix Big Shot
Embellishments: Doily, Ribbon, Pearls and Wooden Laser Cut Flower from my stash. Tim Holtz Adage Ticket. Mini Bulldog Clip from Stampin' Up
Thanks for visiting today, I hope you liked my card.
Your next stop on the Hop is Lorraine. Enjoy the rest of the Hop.
Before you continue on the Hop, please take a look at my youngest son's first attempt at throwing a pot., I know he'd love you to see it. You can find the post HERE.