February 17, 2012

Welcome to another Fabulous Digi Bells Release Blog Hop


Welcome to another fun, and inspiring Digi Bells Blog hop. We are celebrating the newest Digital Stamp from Elisabeth Bell.  This may be a Valentine themed image, but I think this little sweetie can be used for more than just a Valentine. 

You should have arrived here from Nikky's Blog, but if not, why not hop over to the Digi Bells blog where you can find the beginning of the blog hop, and join us for some fab inspiration from our Digi Bell girls.

**On Cupids Cloud**


Elisabeth did such an amazing job creating this...
This is what she has to say about him.
The idea of Cupid, sitting on a heart cloud, came to my mind. But instead of him aiming his bow and heart arrow at some poor, unsuspecting victim, I decided to take a different, more gentle, "outside of the box," approach. So instead of shooting his bow, he is using it as a fishing pole (lol!), and dangling from the string are roses and keys! His quiver is filled with more roses, and his heart arrows are stuck in the cloud either side of him. We can see his little, "plumber's crack," (the cute factor) as he sits in the dip of the heart cloud. And his cloth toga (that he obviously doesn't care to wear haha) drapes loosely over his legs and the clouds. On the far side of the cloud, we can also see a collection of more keys and hearts, and a few more roses resting beside him. Cupid is set with his arsenal of roses and keys to unlock the hearts of those in need of love!

I fell in love with this adorable digi the second I saw it.  How could I not?  This darling little cupid has the cutest little bum, doesn't he?  SOOOOO CUTE!!!

I have decided to make a heart shaped candy holder, but rather than it being a box with a lid, it's open at the top, and stands up.  I have included hershey kiss "roses" as well as heart shaped lollipops.

How about a little bit closer?
You just have to see those adorable little cheeks (both sets of cheeks) *ha ha*
 

I used copics for coloring, and then did quite a bit of heat embossing in gold.  The cloud has some white puffy pen added for a more fluffy appearance.  I really had a lot of fun with this little cupid. 
Everything else you see here, was simply taken from my scrap stash??? 
(Well, the rosebuds, were not scraps, but I did alter their color)

So what do you think?? WANT TO WIN THIS DIGI????


We will have 3 winners again this month!!
To win the digi you will have to hop through and leave comments on EACH blog, in order to better the chances to win! I will be picking 2 blogs at random that winners will be chosen from the comments using a Random.org.

You will have until March 2, 2012 at 9 AM to leave comments. The winners will be picked and posted to the Digi Bells Blog on Saturday, March 3, 2012.

The second way to win will be to make a card and post it on the Digi Bell Blog.
Using "Lots Of Lace".
You must use a Elisabeth Bell image.
This will also end on March 2nd Arizona Time and the winner will be posted on the Digi Bell's blog the next morning. (March 3rd)

Now onward we go, your next stop along the way is our sweet Penni's Blog and just wait until you see what she's created! =)

Happy Hopping!!!
don't forget to leave your comments for a chance to win..

23 comments:

Carla S. said...

Gorgeous candy holder, Lynda! Fantastic coloring of the sweet image and beautiful details!

Dorothy E said...

Now that was a project! And how cute it is!

Sharon said...

What a pretty project. Love the texture on the clouds and the deep red color is so pretty.

Sharon
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Renkata said...

Lynda, such a yummy sweet project dear.

Rhonda Miller said...

Wow, this is fabulous. I just love how you colored the image and added some "fluff" to the cloud. What a fun project with all the goodies inside. TFS.

chrissy xx said...

Just think lol....You could eat all that candy and still have a Fabulous holder left!! LOve it. Gorgeous colouring! Adore the image.
Chrissyxx

julieprice3 said...

WOW, This is awesome Lynda! Love the new digi
Hugs Julie P

Laetitia said...

What a great project project. I love the idea of a sweet holder. Yum yum. I love the embellishments you used and the colours are really vibrant. Love it.
Thank you for the inspiration,
Have a lovely week-end,
Laetitia xx

Linda said...

AWESOME Lynda!!! I love this image and the close up photo of what you have done is just fabulous. Love all the embellishments too.

Hugs
Linda xxx

Rose said...

Oh, Lynda, your Cupid looks wonderful on this fantastic heart candy holder. Luvin' that red toga too! Hugz, Rose

Nicola Jayne Saul said...

Oh wow I love this. Such a gorgeous project, and the image is so cute and adorable too, NJ XX

Mary Lou said...

Lynda Lynda Lucious, Delish, and truly wonderful!!!! Love the colors and your embossing is stunning!!! Great idea with the puffy clouds:) What a great treat gift!!
Hugz and blessings

*Vicki* said...

Oh my word Lynda!! This is absolutely STUNNING!!! I adore your fun little project here and what a beautiful way to share Valentine sweetness!! HUGS :)

Lexi said...

Hahaha, yeah you cannot miss those cheeks! So cute, and the color is lively!

Gina L said...

Very creative! I love this candy holder! Cute!

Anonymous said...

Love, love this little angel. So adorable..gotta have this..
Your creation is beautiful.

bobbi ann

Janneke said...

This is realy awesome Lynda, what a great idea to make a candy box ... love to taste the candy *wink

Janneke ♥

Nikky Hall said...

gorgoeus card Lynda!! xx

Nelly's Crafty Card Attack! said...

Love this project, you have done a fantastic job using this digi! agree with the comment about his bum cheeks too he he he , Nelly x

whimsical whispers said...

Great product, strong use of colours, and fab images
Hugs
JoXX

Pysselbus said...

Awww, sweetie!! Another stunning creation!! This is just awesome! Lucky the reciever of this!

Hugs
Linda

deesdesigns said...

Yes, those cheeks are adorable! Beautifully colored and what a sweet image to work with!!!

Kathlene said...

Awesome project...perfect for that sweet little cupid image. TFS.