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Tuesday, September 1, 2009

HUMBLE PIE STAMPS BLOG HOP #3!

Welcome to our THIRD Humble Pie Stamps blog hop!! We are so excited to introduce the new “SWEETIE PIE” stamp line,
and the Humble Pie Design Team to you!!
My blog is the FOURTH blog (of 6) before you get to Phebe’s/The Town Scrapper’s blog to enter for a chance to win an awesome prize!

Here are all the designers participating in this week’s blog hop (blop!). It isn’t absolutely necessary to do the blop in this order, but it is important that you visit every blog, and leave a comment on every blog, in order to be eligible to win the prize.

Kim – http://kimmerbe.wordpress.com/

Amy – http://scrapbookingobsession.blogspot.com/

Angie - http://angiebaker.wordpress.com/

Tricia - http://makingcardsbymoonlight.blogspot.com/ (THIS IS ME!)

Melanie – http://paperblessingsbymelanie.blogspot.com/

Phebe – http://humblepiethetownscrapper.blogspot.com/

I got to play with ELLIE! Heather Hambleton is the illustrator for all of the Sweetie Pie line images. Heather is an uber talented artist! I am sure you are going to agree with me when I say that her images are the cutest! She tells us she has been drawing ever since she was old enough to hold a pencil. We we are so happy to have her as part of our team!





Card Details:
  • images-computer print-out of ELLIE (of the soon-to-be released HUMBLE PIE SWEETIE PIE stamp line), sentiment is The Greeting Farm.

Ellie was given some colour with the use of Nicholson's Peerless Transparent Watercolour sheets. Her eyes were made to shine using Judy Kins' Diamond Glaze. Ellie's hair was provided some shimmer thanks to Diamond Stickles. The sentiment was inked-up with VersaFine Onyx Black.

  • DP-October Afternoon's Cherry Hill: Cookie Jar
  • cardstock-a variety of manufacturers
  • buttons-provided by Phebe, The Town Scrapper
Most of the supplies used to create this card were obtained from The Town Scrapper.
This stamp, as well as others will be available for purchase only at the Town Scrapper! We are taking preorders now, so if you want to be sure to get your stamp, give Phebe a call, (519*882*0623) or send her an email…(info@townscrapper.com)


Phebe is offering a GRAND PRIZE to those bloppers who leave a comment on all 6 Humble Pie designer blogs. After you have commented on all six blogs, you will end up at Phebe/The Town Scrapper's blog. Comments must be left no later than 11:59 pm (EST) Thursday, September 3rd 2009, to be eligible for the GRAND PRIZE. The winner will be announced by Phebe on Friday, September 4th 2009.

The GRAND PRIZE includes a full 6x6 Basic Grey Lemonade paper pad and TWO Humble Pie rubber stamps - "Dusty" and "Flower Maggie" (as pictured on previous dt members' blogs)!

Now on to the next stop on the BLOP....Melanie!!!

Good Luck To All!!!

Tricia

9 comments:

  1. I love all the details you added to this image!! I love all the sparkle!! Off to the next stop for the blop ... Thanks for entering me in the contest!

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  2. Wonderful job, Ellie looks like such a rebel

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  3. Hi Tricia!

    Yes...we must have been on the same creative wavelength! lol Great card Tricia, I love buttons..they are so much fun!

    Melanie

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  4. Wow - Ellie is stunning - I wouldn't mind having this little elf come visit my garden!! I have never used the watercolor sheets and I think now I might have to give them a try - the colors look much more vibrant than regular watercolors!
    Thanks for the fantastic card!!
    Anna Banana

    I have posted the hop to my blog here: http://annabananacreations.blogspot.com/2009/09/blog-hop-check-it-out.html

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  5. Wow Ellie';s eyes really DO sparkle :) I really love the image, much fun!! wonderful coloring in your sample! hopping on to the next now....

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  6. Wow, really loving Ellie! Very cool chickie she is :) Off to continue the Blop'ing trail :)

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  7. Fabulous card! Love the buttons!

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  8. These cards are awesome thanks to ellie. The instructions to making these type cards are helpful for me to create a card like this.

    dvd r

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