Monday, May 5, 2008

A Doodle Factory Mother's Day!
Isn't it funny as stampers & papercrafters how many new and wonderful things we discover and fall absolutely head-over-heals in love with?! Well, it was totally love at first sight the minute I was introduced to Doodle Factory stamps! You can check out the whole line (& shop) at Starving Artistamps. The stamps on this card are from the "Country" sheet (all their stamps are red rubber images on one sheet for you to cut out and mount), which is a more recent release, as are the "Fairy Tale" and "Urban" sheets. If you're up for a little fun or need some cheering up, view TONS of great samples through the site's gallery and blog. I just think these designs are so FUN, QUIRKY, IMAGINATIVE and just enough "out there" to make a statement and stand out from the crowd! I would just LOVE to meet the illustrator of these one-of-a-kind, too-much-fun images!

I stamped the images in Timber Brown Staz-On, then colored them with my ever-growing collection of Copics. Other products include Cosmo Cricket papers (from the "Hey Sugar" line), Bazzill cs, a Hero Arts alpha set, VersaMagic chalk inks, American Crafts and Michael's ribbons, a small & large red brad, Ranger Distress Ink (Antique Linen & Tattered Rose) and a paper-piercer.

Thanks for dropping by and watch for more Doodle Factory cards in the future. And have a wonderful week!

3 comments:

Jennifer Ofiana said...

This is so adorable. Off to check out their stamps!

Linsey said...

OMGosh, this is stinkin adorable!! What a funloving scene you've got going on! OH, fabulous colors and that ribbon, wowzer!! I can see why you had to have these cute country pals and what you've created with them is just darling! I love those red brads in the tire centers too! Really wonderful card, Erin! Hugs!

The Doodle Factory said...

Awww, thank you for the compliments on the doodle factory line. You don't know how excited I am when my creatures pop up on cards around the internet and it's very heartwarming to have such positive responses and see what the talented stampers do with my images.

I really like the warm color palatte you chose for this country card and think it's such a cute mother's day card!