SCACD Stamps - Elisabeth Bell - available at www.quixoticpaperie.co.uk

Are You Ready To Take Another Peek?

Remember the adorable Peekers illustrated by Elisabeth Bell for SCACD Stamps?  I’m sure you do, as they have proved very popular!  Well, we’re back again with more of these delightful images, in Elisabeth’s second collection of Peekers from SCACD Stamps.

Over the next few days, the SCACD Team are previewing the new collection, so make sure you check in over at the SCACD Store Blog to see where you can find Peekers each day!

Release day is 29th July 2011, and the stamps will be available direct from Susana’s Custom Art & Card Design OR for those of you in the UK/Europe from Quixotic Paperie!

Today is the first day of previews, and the lovely and oh so talented Janiel is joining me to show off the first of the new Peeker collection!  I’m definitely a fan of Janiel’s work, so I’m excited to pop over and see what she has created today.

PRIZE ALERT: Leave a comment on both mine and Janiel’s blogs today and you could be in with a chance of winning the gorgeous Peeker stamp we’re previewing!  See the SCACD Store Blog for full details on the release and prize draws.

Without further ado, meet… SECRET GARDEN PEEKER!

SCACD Stamps - Elisabeth Bell - available at www.quixoticpaperie.co.uk

Isn’t she adorable?  Such a sweet, sentimental image.  What do you think she’s peeking at on the other side of the fence?

All colouring was done with Copic Markers on Make it Colour Blending Card.  If I were doing this one again, I’d probably colour the hair differently, to give a better contrast with the fence, but it doesn’t look too bad.

The gorgeous paper was perfect for this card and comes from the Echo Park – Victoria Garden 6×6 pad.  I inked the edges of each layer with Distress Ink – Antique Linen just to add to the slightly vintage/memories of days gone by feel.  That Whimsy Shapeology Double Scallop Border Die came out again too along with the Bazzill Kraft Cardstock!

The sweet sentiment is from the “Hello Go Round” set by The Greeting Farm.

Make it Crafty Lasercut Chipboard - available at www.quixoticpaperie.co.uk

That delish chipboard?  It’s all from the Make it Crafty Butterfly Leaves lasercut chipboard pack (available here in the UK at Quixotic Paperie).  I really love the Make it Crafty chipboard packs, the designs are so delicate and detailed, perfect for accenting cards as well as other papercraft projects.

If you’re in the US, Susana has the Make it Crafty chipboard packs at Susana’s Custom Art & Card Design so you can grab a pack or two when you pick up your Peekers!

Copics Used:

Skin: E0000, E000, E00, E93, E95 Hair: E50, E53, E55, E57 Outfit: R30, R21, R22, G0000, G82, G99 Fence: E31, E34, E57, Y21 Ground/Grass/Flowers: E50, E53, E55, E44, E47, G82, G94, B63, B66 Sky: B000, B0000

That’s all from me!  Make sure you pop over and check out Janiel’s creation, which will no doubt be utterly gorgeous!  And check back on the SCACD Store Blog tomorrow to see who has the next Peeker on show!

93 thoughts on “Are You Ready To Take Another Peek?

  1. Melanie

    Oh Elaine, your card is superb!! I so love your colouring! thanks for the copic colours xx
    Beautiful image.
    Love, Mel. xx

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  2. JANIEL

    Elaine, THisis stunning…… Your coloring is beautiful!! I am loving these little cuties!!! Elaine I think the hair and fence color is fine dear. Way better than the reds and browns that I used.. LOL…………..
    STUNNING CARD!!!
    big hugs, Janiel

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  3. Maggie Brinkley

    This cutie is just adorable! Fabulous colouring! I love the delicate butterflies and branches, too!

    luv, Mags x

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  4. Iris

    Oh my this is soooo cute! And your coloring is as always brilliant Elaine! Love the colors and papers too! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  5. Patti Jacobs

    WOW! What a cutie. I remember peeking through the knot holes in the fence when I was a little girl,always wanting to know what was on the other side. You have colored her prefect and the papers go very well with the image. I’d love to have her. I have 10 Granddaughters…so I am always looking for new stamps for the cards I make them. TFS Patti Jacobs

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  6. Sandi Comparato

    Your coloring is perfection plus. I love the stamp and absolutely need to add it to my stock. It is just adorable. I love the rich brown color you made the hair and the fence doesn’t distract from it at all.

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  7. Kat G

    Great card! I love that the image pops but there is also a lot going on in the background that doesn’t override the image but is still eye candy! Well done. :)

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  8. Donna G

    OMGoodness, such a cutie!! I love the first set of “Peekers”, and this one looks to be a “must have” also. TFS such a cute card, and for the chance to win this little darling!
    Donna G

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  9. Sharman DeLuca

    WOW..Beautiful coloring. I LOVE the image (Of course) and I would not change her hair color. It really does not fall into the fence at all. GREAT JOB……

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  10. Lynda

    OHHHHH My She’s absolutely ADORABLE….. I can see that I’m already going to be needing to get my inky little fingers on these cuties….
    Your card is just gorgeous, and those rich colors, I love it….
    Thanks so much for sharing this little peek….
    Hugs,
    Lynda

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  11. Rhonda Miller

    Oh my goodness, this is gorgeous. I just love your card and that image is so cute. Thanks for a chance.

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  12. Kathy Bradley

    The image is darling and your card just brings her to life! Your coloring is gorgeous – maybe you could bottle a bit of that and sell it – you could come as wealthy as Oprah! Seriously, your cards are amazing.

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  13. Mary Lou

    Whoa Elaine this is MARVELOUS!!!!! Love everything~~papers are delish and your coloring of this BEAUTIFUL SWEET image is Top Notch as usual!!!! I love the MiC chippies too ;)
    Hugz of thanks—you are a true inspiration to me!!!

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  14. Phyllis Damon

    Elaine, your peeker stamp is so cute!! just think of waht ya could add to the inside of the card besides the phrase!!!!

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  15. Jacoline Fitzgerald

    Well I definitely have Peeker Fever again and I just love how you displayed this stamp. She is so cute. I guess I will be busy ordering on the 29th

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  16. Carol

    Awww Elaine, she is just too adorable!!! Your colouring is outstanding as always Hun, luv it! Thanks for sharing. Lotsa luv, hugs xxxxx

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  17. Patricia St Martin

    When I seen the card I said ahhh!!!! Sorry I did not get to stop by yesterday but I was out of town. Your card and the stamped Peeper is soooo cute, I just love her!!! I have all the others ones. They are so adorable. Wonderful job, beautiful coloring.

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  18. Brenda Lee

    Super duper cute!! I even learned something new….never heard of Make it Colour Blending Card. I’ll have to see if it’s available in the States. Thanks for sharing your fantastic card. Love the coloring.

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  19. Diana Carriger

    Very, Very pretty, I am working on become a copic expert, hope some day to be as good as you gals.

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  20. Kim G.

    WOW WOW WOW! I am in total awe over this beauty Elaine! Your coloring totally rocks this world! So when are you coming over the pond to give me lessons?! :)
    Love & Hugs
    Kim

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  21. Sharon Marchbanks

    OMG, is she adorable or what – and such a beautiful card!!!! Thanks for sharing. Hugs, Sharon :o)

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  22. Kirsty

    What will Elizabeth Bell think of next? You have coloured her beautifully – the soft, delicate colours highlight her beautifully! Nice job.

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  23. Cynde

    Love this new stamp and you certainly did it justice with the beautiful card you made. I have a dog that does this peeking thru the fence, always cracks me up!

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