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Babby Ellie

Hi Everone,

Its me Astrid, i wanna show you a Boxcard which i make with a digital image.
The image called "Baby Ellie"

I coloured here with the copic markers and the little pieces i make with my Cricut.
As also the Boxcard

Baby Ellie - Digital Stamp

Take a look in the shop for more Digital Images.
You can click here
Have a nice day and see you next time.

Paper Door - Stinkerbell part 2 - Special Guest Dina Kowal & GIVEAWAY!

Just wanted to share a couple more projects I made using the Paper Door kit I shared about yesterday! Keep reading for another chance to win a $15 gift certificate from Whimsy Stamps.

I shared this stamp image yesterday, but for this card I used black ink for the outline and colored it in using colored pencils for a completely different look. I used the stencil and gold ink from the kit to add some splashy fireworks to the background, and splattered some of the same ink around the wand for even more sparkle and kick.

This card was so much fun to make - this is done with the individual smaller stamp elements from the set. I started off with the images in green - I positioned the stamp, inked and stamped, then rotated the panel 90 degrees and stamped again, and repeated that around the panel... since the panel is a square, it stamped in the same position on each side. I repositioned the stamp between my first two impressions, and did another round of stamping to complete the ring. I followed the same process for the star image, and then added the little 'poofs' by hand. So fun! I'll have a couple more ideas with this technique coming up next week. Here's a closer look!

Like I mentioned yesterday, I have one $15 gift certificate to give away! For an extra chance to win, please visit the Paper Door info page, then visit my Dina Kowal Creative blog and tell me about your favorite feature of these awesome new kits! Make sure I have a way to contact you as well! I will draw and post a winner Monday evening (March 19) at 8:00 Central time!


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Love and Alcohol Inks

Hi friends - Alanna here with my turn to post on the Whimsy blog. I've been having a lot of fun in my craft room with my alcohol inks and I have a fun card to share with you today. I started by making my background with some various alcohol inks in blues. I did add in a bit of silver mixative as well.

I then die cut this panel after it was dry with the Love die which is from the Card Builder - Hearts of Love die set from Whimsy stamps. {ALERT} - this die is currently on sale for only $10 - which is $14 off the regular price.

I die cut it two more times with black card stock and then inlaid them all back together.  I finished off the card with a stamped supporting sentiment and the gorgeous Winter Wishes enamel dots.

Paper Door - Stinkerbell part 1 - Special Guest Dina Kowal & GIVEAWAY!

Ready for something new and fun? Whimsy Stamps is introducing Paper Door this month! These are monthly product kits full of exclusive and exquisite themed crafty goodies - each month you'll get a chance (between the 10th and 25th) to preview the contents, and you'll reserve only the kits you want - no subscriptions and no minimums. Here's a look at the goodies available in the March kit!

Poof! There is so much sparkle and glitz in there, and the paper selection is absolutely exquisite - I almost hated to cut into some of them! Here are a couple of the cards I made, and I'll share 2 more tomorrow. 

This has to be my favorite of the cards I made from the kit - I stamped the fairy in a light ink and colored her in with colored pencils. The sparkles around her wand are clear embossed, and I used the gold Delicata ink from the kit to stencil in the cloudy background. I love that gold paper - I embossed it with a Darice folder for some extra texture.

For my second card I stamped the other fairy image onto one of the textured papers from the kit, and colored her in with Copic markers, adding a little Wink of Stella for some sparkle on her wings. Not only is the cardstock textured, it also has a coating on it, which made the Copic blending very easy. I used clear powder to emboss the Lattice Background stamp on the curved panel for a little extra something in the background, and that curve was cut with one of the Stitched Border Dies. I love all the little mix and match sentiments in this set, too.

Not only do I get to tell you about the Paper Door kit, I get to give a $15 gift certificate to a lucky winner! For a chance to win, please pop over to the Whimsy Stamps store and take a peek at their new March release, then visit my Dina Kowal Creative blog and tell me all about your favorite stamp or set in the batch! Make sure I have a way to contact you as well! For another chance to win, check back tomorrow too! I will draw and post a winner Monday evening (March 19) at 8:00 Central time on my blog!

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**PAPER DOOR - March 2018 RESERVATION Lattice Background Stitched Border Die Trio