Wednesday, March 4, 2009

InStyle Stamps sneak peek!

I have one more sneak peek for you of the adorable new line of Digi downloads for Easter from InStyle Stamps before the big release this evening. Are you ready to see it? Thought so!

This cutie is called Easter Egg Teapot, and will be available in the InStyle Stamps store (along with all of the other cute Easter images) at 3pm PST today! How exciting is that?!? I know I'll be waiting, wallet in hand! LOL!

Now, anyone who knows me, knows that I LOVE my tea. I probably drink 3-5 cups of it a day. (usually caffeine free, honest!) So as you can imagine, I was VERY excited when I saw this adorable tea pot! The cute floral design is exactly the kind of pottery I would have if DH wouldn't have a fit (too girly and all, you know!). Tee hee.

I colored the image in with copic markers (B41, B21, Y11, C0), and then covered the entire image with Crystal Effects to get that nice sheen like you would have on a real teapot.

Be sure to check out the InStyle Stamps blog for another sneak peek from guest designer, Taylor.

5 comments:

Maria said...

Hey Melissa! Your card turned out beautifully. . .I love that image and the pretty CB embossed background. Gosh, I need to get in the program with the digi images. I wish I could win the lottery so I can buy all the stamps and images I want. LOL!!

No chart yet? Hmmm. . . it's making me worried. Hope you receive it today.

Maria

Cathy said...

This is really cute! I love that teapot and the embossing is great. I like alot!!

Jennifer said...

This is sooo stinkin' cute!! I love the swiss dots embossing with this tea pot! Perfect!! The crystal effects is just the perfect finishing touch to the tea pot too! It really does look like a real one.

Kim said...

Melissa this is amazing and so cute! I am a big chai tea drinker myself! Hope you are having a great weekend!
Hugs~ Kim

Kara said...

This card is darling. Love the teapot with the Crystal Effects, really makes it pop!

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