Tuesday, September 29, 2009

"Ghoul" Friends are to Die For!!

Melyssa has done it again!! This Ghoul Friends digistamp with accompanying phrase is set to be released for sale on Thursday, October 1st at the Whimsie Doodles blog!

Have you seen anything cuter lately?? I am in love with the sweetness of this set. It was so fun to color with my Copic Markers too. The bright and cheery candy corn DP is from the Recollections paper pad available at Michael's. The orange die cut strip comes from a laser cut sheet from Bazzill. The small white square rub-ons in two rows is from American Crafts. All the flowers are from Prima and the brad is from Basic Grey. I used the Nestie label 3 and trimmed the bottom so it was square. I repeated the same shape by only cutting the top portion of the sentiment panel.

Want to see some more sneak peeks?? Click on the links below...

Whimsie Doodles



Joni (Witchy Girl sneak)

Have you tried digistamping yet??
There is no reason not too. Once you have your image printed onto your cardstock it feels no different than stamping with red rubber or acrylic stamps. Melyssa even has two FREE digis available on her website so you can try digistamping without investing any money until you know you like it! And trust me you will!!

The Whimsie Turtle you can download immediately from the site and the Berry Much Bear you will get when you sign up to receive the Whimsie Doodles Newsletters. I hope that you will give them a try! Just click on either of the pictures above to be taken the WD blog where you can get them!

Be sure to come back tomorrow for one more sneak peek before Thursday's new images are released!! Have a great day and my your bucket flow over with lots of "ghoul" friends!


PaperCrafty said...

Adorable card Kelly!! Love the new images, can't wait till the release!! :D

Katie Skiff said...

O my gosh, those are too stinking cute!! This is an awesome release, I can tell already! WOW!! great job!

Heather the Mooselover said...

Adorable card! So cute for Halloween but not scary. Well done!