We are super excited to present our newest DoodleFactory release CLASSIC DECOR. Our designers have been having a blast working with these new images. It is with great pleasure that we also have some super talented special guests joining us for this hop. Be sure to visit ALL the stops on our hop because one of us has a complete collection of the new Classic Decor release to giveaway as blog candy!
The first stop in our hop is with the incredibly talented Donna Duquette. From there she will direct you to the next stop on the hop. Here is the complete list in case you get lost somewhere along the way:
START HERE: http://starvingartistamps.blogspot.com/
Natasha Trupp (you are here)
Our new releases are already loaded in our shop, ready for immediate shipping and...
for the next 3 days we are offering a blog hop special. Buy the complete classic decor stamps and sentiments collection (both the classic decor stamp set and the coordinating classic decor sentiment set) and get all the cling cushion you need for the two sets FREE! You can find the new stamps here:
CLASSIC DECOR STAMPS:found here!
CLASSIC DECOR SENTIMENTS: found here!
Thanks for visiting with us today! We hope you find tons of inspiration and have lots of fun visiting with our designers!
Here are my creations. Let me tell you, this set really brought out the interior decorator in me. I've never used paper piecing much, but these pieces just beg to be stamped on your favorite designer papers and arranged!
First up a classic room setting- I used Scenic Route papers, from a Christmas collection here. The lamp cord was created by cutting a piece of cardstock ultra thin and breaking the fibers in it so it became more string like.Next up, I was dying to use some Basic Grey. These patterns are from the Sugared collection.
This one ended up having a bit of a "Mrs. Claus invites you for tea" vibe. The window was made by stamping the decorative panels onto vellum and colouring them with Copics. I used Stamper's Magic Tape to adhere them to the window.
You know I couldn't participate in a blog hop without at least one clean and simple type card. I embossed the chandelier, coloured it with Spicas, cut it out, and then placed that on a shimmery textured background.
For my final card, I wanted to show how well previous DoodleFactory creatures fit in with the scenery. Here, I've replaced Numnum's cookies with a bit of wine. He's getting an early start on the anniversary festivities! The papers for this one came from Basic Grey's Two Scoops
Be sure to continue on to the next blog hop stop: Irene Silva- DoodleFactory illustrator and cardmaker extraordinaire.