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Fruity Notes

Hi Whimsie Doodles Friends,

Happy Friday to you all.

Today I would like to share a couple of small note cards I made using the Sentiment-edibles digital stamp set. 

I love this tasty set, it's so versatile and the images are easy to color, making them ideal for quick cards. I kept my cards simple and clean, layering up with some designer paper and some ribbon.


Here is a peek at the full set which you can find in the this and that section of the shop.

Oh, incase you haven't heard our monthly challenge is now Anything Goes, so your welcome to link up any projects you've recently made to be in with a chance of winning some whimsie doodles images. Looking forward to seeing your makes.

Thanks for popping by. I hope you have a great weekend and manage to squeeze some crafting time in! 

Hugs Ax


Fall New Release

Hi Everybody,

Today we're showcasing these gorgeous new releases now available in the Whimsie Doodle store. 

Our three new images are perfect for all your fall projects. 

 



Let's take a look at what the Doodlelicious Divas have made for us using the new release...

   
 Karen 
 
 Kel
to follow
 
  Patricia  


All gorgeous, huh?! And it looks like Scarecrow Abby was a favourite!  You can find all of the new release in the store here!

Thanks so much for visiting and we will see you soon with some more Doodlelicious Inspiration.


What the Crock?

I love this funny little image "What the Crock?" found in the Freebie section of the Shop.

I decided to create a masculine card using coordinating colored patterned papers. I colored the image using my Copic markers, added brads and a banner wrapped in twine to give it texture.

Thanks for coming by today - Karen


Inspiration with Love Abby

Hi!!!

Patricia here to give you some inspiration with Whimsie Doodles images. I love this images, don't you? They are sweet and cute.





I am using Love Abby, you can find it in the section of What's new of the shop. I usually color my images and then decided how to make the card. It usually works but sometimes I have problems. With this one it was really easy. I wanted to give her some soft colors and I have the perfect inks and embellishments (but I didn't know until I finished the card!).

The pearls are Perler beads that I melted in the oven. There are several tutorials you can find in Youtube. It works pretty well.

I hope you liked the card and you can enter in our challenge!!! For more details check my blog.

Hugs,

Patricia

September Challenge Time

Hello Whimsie Doodles fans!

We are back after our summer break with an all new monthly challenge and we hope you will join us.  

We would love more people to play along so have decided to change our challenges to 'Anything Goes with a Twist'. 

Each month we will have a new twist and it would be awesome if you could follow the theme, though it's not compulsory.

 Our twist this month is 'Let's Party!

 The Divas are showcasing cards following the twist. Here's what they have come up with...

Andrea using Party Stinker


Brenda 
Goodie Bags using Halloween Hootenannies

 Karen  using Balloon Leah

 Kel using Gnome Surprise


Patricia using Party Stinker


Now it's your turn and we can't wait to see what you create!! 

There will be one winner drawn at random from all eligible entries.  If the winning entry has followed the 'Anything Goes' theme the prize will be THREE standard Whimsie Doodles images of their choice. However, if the winning entry has followed the twist the prize is FIVE standard Whimsie Doodles images! 

Please make sure you take a look at the Monthly Challenge Details for all the specifics before you link up. Please remember that we have a limit of two entries per person and projects cannot be entered in more that five other challenges.

You have until October 13th, 2016 to link up for your chance to win!!

Thanks for popping by - we hope you'll join us.

Happy Crafting!

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