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"{the lakeshore stamper}" - 5 new articles

  1. MFT WSC 285
  2. Friendship Knows No Distance
  3. MFT WSC 284
  4. Whimsy Clear Release, Day 3
  5. Whimsy Clear Release, Day 2
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MFT WSC 285

MFT WSC 285. Thanks for stopping by.
    

Friendship Knows No Distance

For my Whimsy card this week, I made this:
I used the large heart die from the Sketched Elephants die set, Basic Backgrounds and Borders, and a bright color combo. 
Thanks for stopping by!

    

MFT WSC 284

This week's sketch, #284.
    

Whimsy Clear Release, Day 3

Here we are at day 3, where we'll be reviewing everything new you've seen the last two days.  It is now available for purchase at Whimsy Stamps.  Head over to the Whimsy Blog for all the info!

I've got two cards for you today, using Need More and Squeezed.
Supplies:  Get In Line, Need More, Need More dies, Sentiment Banners dies
 

Squeezed dies, Shaker Builder dies
 
Thanks for stopping by!

    

Whimsy Clear Release, Day 2

Welcome back! It's day 2, and that means everything you've seen so far will be available for purchase tomorrow at Whimsy Stamps!  Find all the info here: Whimsy Blog.

Today we are peaking Ocean Journeys, Ocean Journeys Sentiments, and Sentiments Banner dies.

  
 
Here are my cards:
 
 
I stamped and cut out the sailboat, then paper pieced it using the new paper pad from Whimsy (cool!).  I cut a Hand Stitched Rectangle and stamped the waves, sentiment, and gulls on it before adding the boat.  I popped up the main panel on a same-colored base.
 
Card #2:
 
I cut a panel from the new Whimsy paper pad, and then cut a circle out of it.  I adhered the panel to a white base, then stamped the wheel in the opening.  I added the sentiment banner and some circles at the bottom.  It's hard to tell from the picture, but I stamped a stitched line (Get In Line) through the middle of each row. 
 
Thanks for stopping by, tomorrow's the last day of peaks!



    

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