A whimsical place to play, where paper and ink become one.

Friday, October 10, 2014

Guess Who's New at Treasured Times Rubber Stamps??


Guess Who's at Treasured Times Rubber Stamps?
Hi everyone and welcome to the Elisabeth Bell Mystery Release Party!
Thank you all for joining us today, we hope you have fun, and we really appreciate you being here!
If you've arrived here first, please go to our Facebook party located here.  We are going to be giving away some prizes on Facebook today, so you'll want to go there first.
Once your at the party on Facebook our design team gals will be posting their projects, asking you a question and posting a link to their blog.  Follow that link, comment there and any time after 4:30 EST on the 10th but before the end of the party on the 13th, run over to the Treasured Times blog to place your last comment for your chance to win the entire set of new Elisabeth Bell release stamps!
Plus you might find that some of our design team members are also giving away some prizes on their blogs. 
Now onto the release. 
We are delighted to have Elisabeth Bell working with us here at Treasured Times!  Not only is she a talented stamp illustrator, but Elisabeth is one of the nicest, sincere, caring people ever! She's a very popular illustrator and we feel very blessed and honored that she is working with us. She has designed some very cute stamps that I'm sure you're going to love!
Here is what you will receive!!!  Get yours while supplies last!!!
Sweet Country Harvest. Colored by design team member Melanie Smith.
Sweet Country Christmas colored by Design Team member Kelli Arkell Hull.
Sweet Flower Buggy colored by DT Member Tammy Louise Cunliffe.
All of these new releases are available in deep etched red rubber mounted to cling cushion and trimmed just like you see here. All of these are available on our website Treasured Times.  
So lets show you the fabulous projects our design team has made with these fabulous images!!!
Our first project is by Keeley Ainsworth.   She used Sweet Country Christmas.
This one was made by Kelli Arkell Hull using Sweet Country Christmas.
This one was made by Melissa Czapor. She used Sweet Flower Buggy.
Tammy Louise Cunliffe created this one using Sweet Country Harvest.
This one was made by Audrey Hippieaud Ernst using Sweet Country Harvest.
Denielle Sargeant's card using Sweet Country Christmas.
Valou Allard's card using Sweet Country Christmas.
And Melanie Smith's card.
Thank you all for joining the party on Facebook and here in blog land! Please don't forget to leave a comment and follow the Treasured Times blog for your chance to 
WIN ALL THE NEW ELISABETH BELL IMAGES IN THIS RELEASE! 
 plus some other cool prizes I'll be adding to the package!!!
Good luck everyone!
~Melanie

10 comments:

  1. Fantastic job. Love the way you have created the pumpkin field and the clouds.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Such a pretty card, wonderful stamp release, love Elisabeth Bell
    Hugs Julie P

    ReplyDelete
  3. Such a beautiful card and gorgeous coloring.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Your card is adorable! Love your big bow and flowers! The stamp is sweet, and I like that there's a little kitty!

    ReplyDelete
  5. wow lots of pretty coloring. i'm following you now as well

    ReplyDelete
  6. This is amazing release, love Elisabeth Bell adorable stamps! Your card is gorgeous with perfect coloring. Love the clouds and the field to create this harvest scene with this luscious bow and big orange flowers!!!
    Love to follow your blog!

    ReplyDelete
  7. well done to all the dt girls .. loving all the cards created with the new collection ... your card is amazing .. love the colours x hus jane x

    ReplyDelete
  8. The cards & stamps are all gorgeous!
    I love how you've added the grass & clouds to your background! The colours & those flowers are stunning!
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

    ReplyDelete
  9. awesome card, I so love this set.
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  10. Love your card. Hmmmm I think I am supposed to guess what new technique you used. Perhaps masking so you can create a background? Whatever it was you did very well.

    ReplyDelete

01 09 10 ce