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"{the lakeshore stamper}" - 5 new articles

  1. MFT WSC 191
  2. Clearly Whimsy Stamps Release Day 3
  3. Whimsy Stamps Release Day 2
  4. Whimsy Stamps Release Day 1
  5. Just a Note
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MFT WSC 191

I went bold with the colors for this week's sketch. I sponged the tips of the flowers for some depth.

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Clearly Whimsy Stamps Release Day 3

Welcome to the ...Clearly Whimsy Stamps August release BLOG HOP!

Our DT and GDT have been sharing some amazing creations made with these new stamps and dies over the last couple of days, and today we are celebrating their release with a GRAND BLOG HOP! The hop starts today (Saturday August 30th at 8.00AM EDT) and ends on Sunday August 31st at midnight EDT. If you would like to hop along with us today, please CLICK HERE to start the hop at Amy's blog. Here is a complete blog hop list in hopping order:
Whimsy Stamps blogAmy KollingAlanna MosesBecky CarafaDebbie EastmanHeather PulvirentiIris Wiechmann (GDT) Jen CarterSimonne ClayDenise Lynn

PRIZE ALERT ... We have hidden a fabulous prize of a $25 GIFT CERTIFICATE at one of the stops on today’s hop! We will draw the lucky winner from the comments left here and on today’s design team posts, so be sure to visit everyone and leave a comment to be entered into the draw. Please visit the Whimsy blog for a full reveal of this month's new release.   The entire new release is available to buy from the Whimsy Stamps store RIGHT NOW, and if you love our new clear line as much as we do, why not ask your LSS to stock it!

 For my hop card, I used Thanks A Million, Thanks large word die, and Stitched Border dies.
I started by cutting 1/4" strips of paper in a rainbow of colors, then ran each strip through my Big Shot with the straight stitched die.  I adhered them to my focal panel and then offset them on the card base. I die cut the thanks three times from black cardstock and glued them on top of each other. I selectively inked the sentiment and finished the card with some rhinestones. The focal panel is popped up.
 
  

 We hope you've enjoyed this release!
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
    

Whimsy Stamps Release Day 2

Hi everyone and welcome to DAY 2 of the ...

This week we are releasing 3 new clear stamp sets and 4 coordinating die/die sets, and they will be available to buy from the Whimsy Stamps store and all good Whimsy Stamps retailers from TOMORROW. Yesterday we introduced THANKS A MILLION and BASIC BACKGROUNDS AND BORDERS 1, and today we are excited to introduce you to SAY WHAT? stamp sets and dies! Hop on over to the Whimsy blog to take a peek at the new products.


For my card, I used Say What stamps and dies, and the speech bubble border die.


I started by die cutting the speech bubble border three times, in kraft, blue patterned paper, and dark purple.  I stamped the text block from Basic Backgrounds & Borders 1 in kraft ink on the kraft bubble. I layered the three bubbles on a white panel and added more small speech bubbles and the sentiment.  The present is from Thanks a Million we showed you yesterday.

PRIZE ALERT ... We have hidden a fabulous prize of a $15 GIFT CERTIFICATE at one of the stops on today’s hop! We will draw the lucky winner from the comments left on today’s design team posts (listed below), so be sure to visit everyone and leave a comment to be entered into the draw:
Becky CarafaDebbie EastmanHeather PulvirentiIris Wiechmann (GDT) Jen CarterSimonne ClayAmy KollingAlanna MosesDenise Lynn
Hope to see you again tomorrow for our RELEASE DAY HOP and the final reveal of our last set of products!
    


Whimsy Stamps Release Day 1

Hi everyone and welcome to the first sneak peek day of the ...

Over the next 3 days we will reveal the new August 2014 Clearly Whimsy Stamps products. We are releasing 3 new clear stamp sets and 4 dies/die sets this week, and they will be available to buy from the Whimsy Stamps store and selected Whimsy Stamps retailers on Saturday. This month we are thrilled to welcome Iris Wiechmann as our Guest Designer. Iris will be joining us for our 3 day release event and sharing her wonderful creations featuring our August release. Welcome Iris! Today we are revealing the Thanks A Million 4x6” stamp set and Basic Backgrounds & Borders 1 4x6” stamp set, together with the Thanks large word die and the Stitched Borders die set. Hop on over to the Whimsy blog for more details.

   

   

For my card, I used Thanks a Million, Basic Backgrounds and Borders 1, and the Stitched Borders Dies.

    

I used the stripes from Basic Backgrounds & Borders to create the dark-on-light background on the bottom.  I cut the edge with one of the Stitched Border dies and placed the sentiment.  The scripty Love was colored over with my red spica glitter pen.  I stamped and cut out some buckets and lightly marked where the hearts would go.  Stamped the hearts and then strung the buckets over the top edge and popped them up.

PRIZE ALERT ... We have hidden a fabulous prize of a $15 GIFT CERTIFICATE at one of the stops on today’s hop! We will draw the lucky winner from the comments left on today’s design team posts (listed below), so be sure to visit everyone and leave a comment to be entered into the draw:
Simonne ClayAmy KollingAlanna MosesBecky CarafaDebbie EastmanDenise LynnHeather PulvirentiIris Wiechmann (GDT) Jen Carter
Thanks so much for stopping by and we hope to see you again tomorrow for Day 2 of our release sneak peeks!

    

Just a Note

I had school on the brain, so you get a school-themed Whimsy card this week.
The sentiment is from Smarty Pants, as is the paper airplane trail I used as a wandering pencil line.
I selectively inked the pencil from Smarty Pants and used copics to fill in and shade it. 
I cut it out and popped it up. The pattern on the bottom is from School Spirit.
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