Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Totally Tempting Tuesday

So I'm really late at getting you the news on this one. Elixabeth Bell who designs for Belles 'n Whistles is having a contest on her own blog. The deadline to enter this contest is tomorrow at NOON CST. So don't delay and Visit her blog http://zhibit.org/elisabethbell/blog and scroll down to the 1/25/10 entry to read about her fabulous giveaways, then enter! There will be three winners. One lucky Grand Prize Winner will win the entire "Sweet Things" Released through Belles 'n Whistles, a autograph copy of one of her drawings, and her 2nd digi introduction (A Tasty Read). Those of you who are not familier with Elisabeth Bell will want to take the time to get familiar with her as well as the Belles 'n Whistles site which is one company thata carries her designs. She is a fantastic artist/illustrator and you will without a doubt want to be a winner! I know that I want to win, I did get two of stamps from the "Sweet Things" Collection. So If I am the grand winner I will then turn around and create my very 1st contest to give away these two stamps that I would then have two of. Her newest digi "A Tasty Read" is so very darling that if I do not win I will be ordering this digi.

Isn't she absolutely precious? And don't forget to check out her stamps at Belles 'n Whistles. Her stamps are made of red rubber on a cushion and are cling stamps. I love these type of stamps they are so much nicer than the polymer, they are easier to store and take up less room than wooden blocks.

If you haven't tried this style of stamp or the new dgi style of stamps, NOW is the time to do so. The Tasty Read (pictured above) digi is only $3 and no shipping so this is the perfect way to try a digi stamp because it is so affordable.

I'm hoping that you will all buy this digi if you don't win it and then be sure to send me a sample of the card you make with it. Also anxious to hear what you think of the Elisabeth Bell stamps. So send in samples and comments and lets share some of our loverly cards and other projects.

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