Jul 4, 2012

Fun in the Sun

Hello and Happy 4th of July to everyone in the US. Hope you are enjoying your holiday!

It's Whimsy Stamps Review day today, so hop on over to the Whimsy Stamps Inspirations Blog to see some never before seen cards using Whimsy Stamps from our June release.

For my card today I used the stamp set  "To the Beach" by the amazing Ann of Raindrop Echo Designs from Whimsy Stamps. What a fun set to use!! Plus there is also a matching die set available for the flip flops and swim suit, and the sunglasses in the set. 

I stamped the "waves" onto the dark blue card stock using white craft ink to create my patterened paper. The waves is one of the stamps in this set. Of course the  flip flos and the sentiment are also from the set.

Added some twine and a sunglasses charm, which is also from Whimsy stamps. Be sure to check out their embellishments, they have some really fun charms for sale, as well as twine, ribbons and flowers, and other fun embellishments for your creations.

And that is about it for today, still enjoying a few more days with my family from overseas, so I don't want to spend much time online at the moment.

Thanks so much for visiting!

PS: Just another quick Whimsy Note, if you like to use cut files, be sure to check out Tammy Louise's brand new "Star Spangled" Shape EZ file!! And don't forget to go see  her amazing creation using this file on Whimsy's Inspirations Blog.

3 comments:

  1. Love this card great colours and love the papers! Jo xxxx

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  2. A great summer fun card Ellie and perfect colours.

    B x

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  3. What a fun card! Love the charm!

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