On Wednesday (18 April) Whimsy Stamps released this month's new rubber designs and new Shapeology dies. From then until today the Whimsy Stamps DT and Special Guests are showcasing these fabulous new goodies with a daily mini blog hop and I am part of today’s hop!
Each mini blog hop has a new release prize hidden somewhere along the way and you have 24hrs to enter each prize draw.
To be entered into today's mini blog hop prize draw, be sure to leave a comment on ALL of the DT's posts listed below by 12.00PM EST tomorrow. All winners will be announced on the Whimsy blog on 25 April.
I was planning on showing you a card I did with Meljen's Sweet Little Donkey today but things didn't go as planned and I'll be showing that project next week in the review. Today I'm showing a card I have actually already shown on my blog months ago, so long time followers will have seen it before.
Mr. and Mrs Teddy by Sylvia Zet's Wee Stamps absolutely adorable? Since I made this card months ago I have used the digital image and not the rubber stamp because that wasn't availble then, the rubber stamp is slightly smaller but otherwise exactly the same. All the materials used are listed under this post. Here is a close up of the gorgeous image.
Remember that the entire new release is available to buy right now from the Whimsy Stamps store along with all your Whimsy favourites.
Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to pop back to the Whimsy blog tomorrow for the winners of the mini hops!
Stamp: Mr and Mrs Teddy Bear by Sylvia Zet, Wee Stamps for Whimsy Stamps
Coloring medium: Copic Markers
Papers: Maja Design Life in the Country line, square doilly from Ebay and white cardstock
Flowers: smallest roses by Stamping Corner, blue/white large rose from a store on the Knotsgekke Kaartendagen, no idea which one, other flowers by Wild Orchid Crafts
Ribbon: Wild Orchid Crafts
Rhinestones and pearls: Rhinestones by Melissa Frances, pearl hearts by Rayher, pearl dots on square doilly with Perlen-Pen
Glues: Scor-Tape and Olba Glue
Other: Stickles Star Dust and Platinum, Gelly Roll pen Clear Star and Tim Holtz Distress Ink Frayed Burlap