Friday, May 29, 2009

Introducing "Patchpals"!


This stamp that I'm previewing is an individual stamp that is part of a new design line of stamps at CDS, designed by my CDS teammate, Shawne Arnold. The line is called "Patchpals" and there are several "Patchpals" animals: a Puppy, a Lamb, a Giraffe and a Pig. All of them will be very versatile to use and I have to say I had a ball coloring my "Patchpal Elephant" image. All "Patchpal" animal images will be available from Clear Dollar Stamps on June 1st. I am previewing the "Elephant" single stamp today. To see all the other "Patchpal" animals, please visit Lori McCroskey's blog for an illustration of them all -- it will be diificult to choose just one, so why not get them all? LOL Other design teammates that have sneak peek samples of "Patchpals" are: Shawne Arnold, Stacy Morgan, Katie Renz, Sarah Taylor, Cassie Trask, Tori Wild & Laurie Wilson.

The first card that I made with the "Patchpal" Elephant stamp was made for a baby shower card and geared more for a girl (although, there is green and yellow in it and it could be used for a boy -- well, maybe? LOL). Here's the deets:

Stamps Sets Used: CDS "Patchpal Elephant"
Cardstock & Papers: Making Memories Yellow & White Gingham Scrapbook Paper, Paper Pizzazz "Lisa Williams" Designer Paper Collection, Color Mates Medium Pretty in Pink Cardstock, Paper Trey White Cardstock
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Markers: Copic Sketch Markers - RV13 Tender Pink, Y15 Cadmium Yellow, G21 Lime Green, Signo White Gel Pen
Accessories: Cuttlebug, Cuttlebug "Argyle" & "Bubbles" Embossing Folders, Nestabilities Regular Round & Pinking Round Dies, Marvy Jumbo Round Punch, Fiskars Paper Shaper "Pinking" Scissors, Karen Foster Click-It Hole Punch Kit, Paper Piercing Tool, Sewing Machine, Thread, Adhesives, Stampin' Up! Dimensionals, Zots, Doodlebug Buttons, Pebbles Grosgrain Ribbon, Computer-Generated Sentiment
Techniques: Basic Stamping, Dry Embossing, Machine Stitching, Paper Piercing, Paper Tole, Copic Coloring & Blending

2 comments:

The Stamper's Touch said...

Super sweet card!! I see myself needing these stamps!!

Linda

Lisa Lara said...

I love how you did the DP on this one, the green, it makes it look quilted Linda. Awesome.