Monday, October 31, 2011

Introducing Shape Easy by TLC at Whimsy Stamps and product sample!!

Hello Whimsy fans!

We are extremely excited to announce the arrival of Whimsy Stamps newest product line! Today Whimsy Stamps are launching their brand new line of templates and cut files called SHAPE EZ by TLC.

Whimsy’s very own Tammy Louise Cunliffe is the super-talented artist behind this new line, and she has designed some brilliant templates and cut files for making one-of-a-kind cards, projects, gifts, and more! These are downloadable templates and each file includes a JPG, PNG, PDF, and SVG version of the template along with how-to instructions. Each product is hand crafted and tested by artist Tammy Louise Cunliffe.

Whimsy Stamps is releasing 6 fabulous Shape EZs today:

Shape EZ Dress

Shape EZ Flip Ornament

Shape EZ Flower Swirl

Shape EZ Gift Pouch

Shape EZ Poinsettia

Shape EZ Rolled Bag

Some of the Whimsy DT have been busy creating with these templates to celebrate this debut release with a BLOG HOP! The hop starts today (Monday October 31st noon EST) and ends on Sunday November 6th at noon EST. So if you are well on your way through the hop, then that means you came from the amazing Iris Wiechmann's Blog!!

And here is my project using Tammy's wonderful poinsettia shape, along with whimsy's elegant flourish die cut and the recently released Christmas Dreaming by Crissy Armstrong.

On the poinsettia and flourishes, I've used a combination of Vintage Photo and Bundled Sage to distress with, then spritzed with Irridescent Gold Glimmer Mist and added Stardust Stickles.

For this hop we have several different prize draws. One lucky hopper will win a grand prize of a $25 gift certificate (hosted at Tammy Louise's blog). In addition to this, we have hidden several surprise prizes throughout the hop, so be sure to leave a comment on every post along the hop to be entered into the surprise draws. All winners will be announced on the Whimsy Stamps blog after the blog hop has ended.

If you would like to hop along with us today, please CLICK HERE to start the hop at Debbie's blog.

Finally, here is a complete blog hop list in hopping order:

Thank you so much for hopping with us and I hope you enjoy our new release! Now please, head on over to the talented Sylvia Blum's Blog to see what sort of greatness she's crafted up!!


Christina C. said...

Such a stunning creation, Stephanne! Dreamy!!!!


Stephanne, I think I love this flower! lol I couldn't imagine it being displayed any better than this big beautiful and full white with glistening accents! Gorgeous, thank you so much for your help with this release!
Tammy Louise
PS Your entire card is stunning by the way! *wink*

Deonna B said...

Beautiful card! Your coloring is perfect. Stunning! Those poinsettias look wonderful stacked.

Marilyn said...

This is gorgeous... love that flower!

Trisha said...

What a beautiful card. I just bought this stamp and think I will need to lift your idea. So, so gorgeous. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

Sherry Kushibab said...

Downright lovely card...Love the BG paper with this image and the way you have spritzed and glittered the dies is just fantastic. Lovely flower!!

Uta said...

Wow, your card is so beautiful and the little poinsetta looks so great on this card.

Hugs, Uta

Sandra H said...

Hi Stephanne, what an amazing creation your card is just stunning! love the main image Christmas Dreaming by Chrissy Armstrong, your colouring is so vibrant and beautifully done,and what a beautiful Poinsettia you have created with the new set, also the background papers embellishments and sentiment just add a lovely finish to a wonderful card Just amazing well of l go to see what Sylvia has on offer :) Sandra H

Aartje said...

Beautyful card,i love the poinsetta. It is gorgeous.
Love Aartje

Tanya said...

OH your card is beautiful, lovely coloring, and loving the big flower!


Stunning Poinsettia! Thank you so much for your help! Beautiful!
Tammy Louise

EmbossingQueen said...

This is a gorgeous creation. I love the colouring on the main image and those lovely glittered wings. The distressing on the flourishes and poinsettia is just the right amount of colour as it doesn't over power the main image. Thank you for sharing.

Cheryl said...

Your card is so sweet! The poinsettia is gorgeous. These dies look fabulous!

Love crafts forever said...

Like Tammy said IT'S STUNNING!!!! No better words. Hugs Nataliya

Carly said...

Wow! Sensational! Love it! This is very exciting and I can't wait to try them.

xoxoxxo Carly

kathy s said...

I love handmade poinsettias they add a real vintage touch to anything- thanks for sharing love your card.

slbela59 said...

What a beautiful card. Thank you very much for sharing.

Riet said...

So beautiful card,I love the image and the colours.
So gorgeous papers.

Hugs Riet.xx

LaJanette said...

What a super FAB card! That poinsettia is gorgeous!


Jeannean said...

Great Job! I am loving absolutely everything about this card!

Elise said...

Hi Ya Stephanne! Okay, can I just say that your style of vintageyness is just AMAZING?! You do it so very very well .. you add the perfect amount of shading on your edges and you do the most perfect colors! And your colouring .. sigh .. it is just GORRRR-GEOUS!!! So divine, so detailed ... I just love your work hun! Love what you did with those new dies!

Much Love,

Jill said...

Fantastic card and a loooovly poinsetta. Amazingly beautiful colouring!
Hugs, Jill

Liliya said...

Amazing card!! So beautiful and inspiring!!! Love the flowers!! It is a nice addition to the lovely image!!

Pet73 said...

The colouring is fantastic!

Mary Lou said...

WOWWIE Stephanne~~this is truly AMAZING!!!! Love that poinsettia so pretty distressed and spritzed!! Then that flourish has always been pleasing to my eye and that beautiful image by Crissy is Gorge!!!! Wonderful dear
Blessings of thanks

Chris said...

Hi Steph and WOW such a beautiful card! I love your colouring, it's such a cute image too. Hope you're well. Hugs, Chris :)

Crissy Armstrong said...

Your colour scheme uses stark contrast to draw us in. Expertly done!