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Whimsy Stamp Sneak Peek


Today I have a sneak peek of one of the new rubber stamps from Crissy Armstrong that will be released at Whimsy Stamps tomorrow! To celebrate the release, there will be a blog hop with prizes starting at the Whimsy Inspiration blog on Wednesday, March 16th, at noon EST. You won't want to miss it!




For my card today, I used Benny & Joon Have Cake by Crissy Armstrong. I just love this fawn and bunny, they remind me of Bambi and Thumper. It took me a few tries to get the image colored how I wanted. I'm still in the learning curve with Copic markers, but I am pretty happy with the way it turned out. (Did you see it was used for the blog hop button? I know it's not much but it made me really happy!)

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Remember to stop by the Whimsy Inspiration blog tomorrow to get all the information and jump in on the blog hop. Whimsy will be releasing 4 rubber stamps from Crissy Armstrong, 2 rubber stamps from Meljen's Designs, 4 rubber stamps from Kenny K, 3 rubber stamp sets from Raindrop Echo Designs and 2 dies/sets from from Raindrop Echo Designs.


Thank you for stopping by!


Supplies:


  • Stamps: Benny & Joon Have Cake by Crissy Armstrong available on Whimsy Stamps

  • Papers & CS: Papertrey white & dark chocolate CS, My Mind's Eye Quite Contrary Little Miss Muffet collection, misc. mulberry CS

  • Inks: None

  • Tools: Sewing machine, Stampin' Up edge punch, Creative Memories 1-1/2 inch circle punch, Copic markers

  • Embellishments: Hug Snug seam binding, Tatered Angles pearl glimmer mist, Adorn It Tiny Etched Natural alphabet stickers

Challenges:



Comments

Mieke said…
Woowww, Cheryl what a nice stamp you uded on your lovely card. Great card. I love the colours.

Have a nice day.

XX Mieke

http://hethobbyhoekje-vanmieke.blogspot.com/
Kathy and Lucky said…
This is one sweet little stamp, reminds me of Bambi and Thumper :) The layout is great and your stitching, I really need to start practicing that. Have a sunshine day!!!
Karen B. said…
Ok, now this card is just adorable. Great patterned paper!
Jackie said…
This is quite beautiful Cheryl! I love the colors of that dp, that gorgeous flower & your layout!! Awesome work as always & TFS!!!
Linda McClain said…
Oh my goodness, that image is so adorable! I love how you put it all together. Precious card. Thank you for playing with us at Catered Crop.
Jo said…
Wow Cheryl, you're on fire this week! Another super card! Love the way Thumper is grabbing hold of Bambi's leg! Too cute! Great to have your support at DYSU! See you next week!
Cass said…
Hi Cheryl! Girrl, this is adorable! I love how the rabbit is holding the deer. Your coloring is gorgeous and the trim at the top with the stitching, very nice!

Did you make that fabric flower?

Have a great day! Hugs
1CardCreator said…
Love this card, that stamp really steals the scene with that rabbit holding on to the fawn's leg. That stitching really makes it too!
Cindy Haffner said…
Ohh just the SWEETEST!!!
Dragonlady said…
Hi Cheryl

Gorgeous card, love the images. Thanks for playing at Aud Sentiments.

hugs Ali x
Becky said…
What an adorable image and adorable card! Gorgeous coloring.
WencheP said…
The image is adorable. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

-Wenche
Niki Estes said…
Oh, this is so adorable! Beautiful coloring!
Donna Heber said…
Cheryl,

This is so beautiful! I'm so glad I stopped by your blog.
Audrey said…
What a gorgeous card. I love the flower. Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments.
Lori said…
Beautiful handmade flower...thanks for joining us at ABC DT Challenge. Be sure to add our blinkie to your side bar a chance to win even more.
Beautiful Cheryl! So nice to see your image on the blog hop banner too!!! Love that rolled flower :)
Maria
xiumaiyuki said…
oh, they do remind me of Bambi and Thumper as well! Such a sweet, sweet image and you've done a fantastic job with it!!! Made my day. :o)
Ruthie said…
Aw - how cute is that image!!! Love the flower too - gorgeous!

Thanks for joining in with Aud Sentiments

Rx
Anne Marie said…
SO adorable! I love those perfectly colored forest creatures and the way you did the sentiment. How cool that it is the design for the blog hop button, too. You should be happy about that! Very exciting! :)
Audrey Pettit said…
A-Dorable card, Cheryl! I love the papers and colors you used, and that image is so sweet. I think your coloring is fantastic. How cool that they used it for the blog hop image! Love all the scallops, and love your rolled flower. Everything is just SO pretty!
Julie said…
Beautiful card. Thanks for joining us in our birthday challenge at Aud Sentiments
Hugs,
Julie
Heide said…
Such a cute card, darling image. You flower is just stunning, such a deep rich color. Thank you for joining us at SCH.
Hugs, Heide
SCH DT
Dawny P said…
Oh what a fabulous card chick - love those colours :) Thank you for joining us this week over at the Simon Says Stamp challenge. Hugs, Dawny xxx
Karin said…
How exciting that your art was made into the button! Congrats, it's so well deserved :) Really nothing else to say except that rose is awesome too!
Cheryl said…
oh just love this image hun how super cute,and your DP's are just gorgeous hugs cheyrl xxxxxxx
Marlene said…
How adorably sweet! that big purple flower is just yummy!
Karen Howard said…
OMG, this is really cute!!! LOVE the flower and how you added the sentiment! Hugs, Karen
Anita said…
This is so pretty Cheryl. I love that cute image and your coloring is fantastic. Pretty dp too.
Heidi said…
Wonderful take on our challenge of butterflies! Thanks for joining the ABC DT challenge.
*Vicki* said…
Oh wowzer Cheryl!! This is so very precious hun! Your coloring is amazing on this image!! Such a beautiful design!! HUGS
It's so cute! What a lovely colours you have used…………… Thanks for joining Cutie Sunday this week....

Hugs
Bella
Annika said…
Hi Cheryl, sorry for being absent for so long! To add to everything else my youngest managed to take apart my laptop keyboard - now half of the keys are loose and typing is a challenge, lol Today they'll pick up my laptop for repairs, no idea when I'll get it back. :(
Thank you so much for your support and lovely comments at my timesof distress. You are a truly kind soul!
I will be wandering around amongs all the beauty here now! :)
Hugs
Annika
Imke said…
Cheryl, this is totally cute. Sweet image , i love the rolled flower and the different DP !!
princesskitten said…
They are just darling - love them

kitten DYSU team
Marushy said…
Hi
It's wonderful and a nice card.

Thanks for joining Cutie Sunday this week.

Hugs
Marushy

http://marushy.blogspot.com/
http://marushysmagnoliablog.blogspot.com/
Riet said…
So beautiful card Cheryl,I love the image and the colours.
So gorgeous papers.

Hugs Riet.xx
Lynne said…
Beautiful card - such a cute image :) thanks for sharing it with us at Fairy Fun Friday
Hugs
Lynne xoxo
Carol S. said…
Hi Cheryl,
This card is just beautiful. The stamps are really cute but I just love your flower. I too have problems with Copics. Just practice I suppose! Luv, Carol S.x
Rachel Hope said…
OH!!!! So cute!!!! Thanks for playing along at Catered Crop!
Tracey Brossart said…
WOW!! Amazing card! Love everything about! Such a very creative and gorgeous creation! Thanks for playing along with us a Prairie Fairy Fridays Challenge and good luck! :D

xx Tracey xx
PFD/DT
Leigh Ann Baird said…
This is a sweet card! The image is adorable and love your flower! Thanks for joining us at ABC!
Joanne Gilch said…
Love this image!!! Card is fabby!!!
Nadine said…
Hallo

wow, win Traum.
Da stimmt einfach alles.
Danke für Deine Teilnahme bei Cutie Sunday.

Liebe Grüße Nadine
Pops x said…
Hi sweetie this is just stunning a super cute image and fab design, thanks for joining us at "Sunday's with Crissy" on our stitches challenge, big hugs love pops x x x

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