Remember that fun party image from two days ago? I couldn’t wait to color her again. This time I went with a fancy fiesta theme. This is Polka Dot Pals Gemma Let’s Party and is a digital coloring scene that is ready to go.
Yesterday was a release day at Whimsy Stamps and there are some adorably fun images to play with… including two new Polka Dot Pals digital coloring scenes! For my post today, I’ve featured the second image, Polka Dot Pals Fern in Mason Jar. These digital coloring scene are da’bomb! (If I may say so. LOL)
It’s June, it’s June! I’ve been excited for this day as it is release day at Whimsy Stamps and if you enjoy the Polka Dot Pals then you’re going to want the two new digital coloring scenes. The one I’m featuring today is Polka Dot Pals Gemma Let’s Party. I even have a short video on how to color balloons like these.
This is an easy pairing and if you don’t have them both, I’m sure this will temp you. For this project I’ve used the Atlas Jar clear stamps with the Mason Atlas Jar die set. It was a must have in my stash and I’ve so much enjoyed using both the die set and clear stamps. This jar is just the right size if you find the larger one too big. Of course, I love and have that one too. Just sayin’.
I have some fun bookmarks that I made for the fam which feature two sets from Lawn Fawn – You’re Just My Type and Love Poems. They are a little thicker than a normal card stock bookmark would be but only slightly so they’re still great for books. They were such a hit that I had to make a couple more for everyone else.
It’s one of those galactic sort of days today and day you’ll want to make sure you have your towel with you. There are many important reasons to have a towel – you can read them HERE. To help celebrate, I thought it would be fun to come up with two new digital scenes. The one featured in this post is Polka Dot Pals Trillian Towel Day.
Attention all froods*, do you know where your towel is? Get it handy because today is Towel Day! In celebration, I have put together two digital coloring scenes that have a Hitchhiker’s theme to them. The first one is featured here, Polka Dot Pals Douglas Don’t Panic, and is a freebie for today only at Whimsy Stamps.
*Frood is a common slang word that means someone who is very together, often paired with the term ‘hoopy’ as in: “a hoopy frood”.
I have limited quantities of the retired set Polka Dot Pals Add-on Faces clear acrylic set that was released at Little Miss Muffet Stamps. All my extra inventory was stored away and I was able to find these. They are available on eBay until all quantities are sold. They will not be re-ordered or restocked. (I will delete this post once all inventory is sold out.)
Polka Dot Pals Add-on Faces (retired Little Miss Muffet Stamp) Buy it on eBay HERE
I’ve grabbed a handful of the Polka Dot Pals sets to create this scene featuring Polka Dot Pals Khadija. I’ve actually used six different Polka Dot Pals set! They’re all listed at the bottom of this post.
Two videos were recorded showing how I colored the hair and the face – one is posted to my YouTube channel and the other on the Whimsy Stamps channel. Hope you’ll come view them both.
The project I have to share today is a mixture of three different stamps plus some doodling on the side. The character is Cheshire Chibi Girl from Stamp Anything. She is part of the Down the Rabbit Hole kit and Ann was kind enough to share the digital version for me to color. The face was replaced with the one from Polka Dot Pals Syeda from Whimsy Stamps. Then the background is a freebie from Sandy Allnock called Stay Home Stay Safe. Lastly, I doodled some flying geese in the background to finish off the scene.