Welcome to Whimsy’s April Digi Release Blog Hop. The digi team was sweet enough to let me hop along with them. The new digital images are so amazing, I had to hop along. If you are coming from Melissa’s blog you are right on track. For a listing of all blogs involved in this blog hop, please check the Whimsy Inspirations Blog, where the hop started.

Please leave comments along the way as there will be two mystery DT members who will each be choosing a winner from the comments left on their hop posts! The winners will each win one Whimsy digi image of their choice.

The Grand Prize winner of the hop chosen from the very last stop, which is Cheryl’s Blog will receive 5 new digital stamps of their choice from Whimsy, and will also get a chance to use those new digital images as a guest designer for Whimsy for the entire month of February

Isn’t this deer the cutest thing ever? It was combined with the Meadow background to create this scene. The image was printed out on Neenah Solar White cardstock, cut with Petite Oval Nestabilities and colored with Copic Markers ( Deer: E07, E08, E09    Deer Spots: E30, E31, E33    Hooves & Nose: N5, N7    Ear: R00, R20, R21    Scarf: RV10, RV63, RV55   Flowers: Y13, Y15,  Y17, YR18, E37    small flowers: RV63, RV55    leaves: YG01, YG03, YG05   Grass YG61, YG63, YG67     Toadstool: R08, R27, R29, E50, E51, E53     sky: BG0000, BG000, BG01).

The image was layered on a piece of Really Rust cardstock that had been cut and embossed with Beaded Oval Nestabilties dies and colored with Copic Marker E07 to match the deer. The edges of the oval were paper pierced.

A 2 1/2″ x 5 1/4″ piece of Pink Paislee’s Hometown Summer paper pack was stitched to a 4″ x  5 1/4″ piece of the same paper pack after the lower two corners were rounded with the corner chomper (love that tool). May Arts ribbon was tied around the vertical strip before the layers were adhered to the card base, a 4 1/4″ x 11″ piece of Solar white cardstock, folded in half. The card base also had the lower two corners rounded.

Before the image was adhered with dimensionals, a Recollection Rhinestone swirl was adhered to the top right of the card. The sentiment is from Whimsy’s Treasured Moments Ticket stamp set. It was stamped in Tuxedo Black Memento ink on a piece of Solar White cardstock that had been cut and embossed with Petite Oval Nestabilities. The embossed part of the oval was colored with Copic Marker RV10.

Hop on over to Sylvia’s blog to see what she has created. Good luck with the prize drawings!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!
Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

28 Responses to “Whimsy Digi Blog hop”

  1. What an amazing card Beate! Your coloring looks fabulous. Love the sky background, and what a fantastic sketch too! The stitching really adds to the beauty and love the rounded corners! So happy you’re hopping along with us whimsy digi girls this month!!
    Hugs,
    Ellie.

  2. love the card!! the bling is fabulous!! tfs
    brenna
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  3. Absolutely adorable, Beate!

  4. Beautiful card! Your coloring is fabulous.

  5. your card is so beautiful Beate, I love how you colored this sweet deer in the meadow and your embellishments are fabulous!
    Have a great weekend!
    Happy Crafting, Debxx

  6. Stunning card Beate!your colouring is perfection and i love the papers and layout you’ve used.

    Have a fab weekend
    Take care
    San x

  7. Fabulous card Beate. Image is coloured beautifully and love that swirl and bling.
    hugs
    Marion

  8. Every sweet deer needs a bit ob bling! What a darling card! That image is so adorable, and you’ve colored it beautifully! Thanks for sharing!

  9. Your coloring is just gorgeous on this sweet little deer!! Fabulous card!!

  10. Oh Beate this is the most adorable image…and your coloring…well, there are times I hate you…just kidding…I hope you know me well enough by now to know that I say these things out of pure jealousy 🙂 Anyhow, I have a question. I love all of the Whimsey stamps, but when I try to print one, I never get the WHOLE image…only mostly the middle of the image…any clue as to what I am doing wrong?

  11. Got to have this adorable image. You card and coloring is fab. “Hugs” Carol

  12. OH WOW~~~ your coloring is awesome!!! What an elegant card.

  13. Beate your card is GORGEOUS!!~

  14. OMGoodness! This is darling. You did such a great ob coloring this image. Thanks for sharing your talent. 🙂
    Hugs~

  15. Hi,
    Beate, you card is so adorable!! Ilike the image and the big bow 😉 really much!
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Greetings from Germany!
    Katrin

  16. Your card brings with it, a big SMILE! The image is so adorable and your have brought life to it with your expert coloring talents.

  17. Totally adorable, Beate! Beautiful coloring!

  18. Love this little sweetie – coloring and papers are fabulous. TFS Looks like he could be resting in my back yard.

  19. Simply Stunning. I love the color combos. I just received my 1st set of Copics because of you. I know I’ll never be as talented or creative as you, but I’m going to practice. Thank you for sharing. ;0)

    Traci Lord
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  20. What a precious image, LOVE this beautiful card!

  21. That little deer is so precious, Beate…and so beautifully colored!! I love your gorgeous bow and pretty bling as well!!

  22. love love these colors together. such a darling card, Beate! amazing design, too. YUM! =)

  23. Another beautifully created and coloured card, Beate…with lots of TLC x

  24. Great card Beate. Image is coloured beautifully and love that swirl and bling.
    hugs

  25. I love this image and I love how you and Dawn have used the same image but they both look so different. Its lovely

  26. Awww is that ever darling, could be a scene right out of bambi, your coloring is so terrific 🙂

  27. beautiful card, adorable image Beate x

  28. Such a lovely card, well done.
    Maureen…..x

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