Mar 26, 2013

Daffodils for Whimsy Showcase Day 7

I'm back again with another card for Whimsy's March Rubber Stamp release showcase. I hope you had a chance to hop along with us over this last week for a few chances to win. 
Be sure to check the Whimsy Blog tomorrow to see if you are one of the lucky winners. 

Today I am sharing a card made using the stamp set " A cup of sunshine" from Whimsy's new illustrator Monika Martinson. 


I colored the image using copic markers, the background was done using distress inks.

Here is a complete list of products used:
  • Stamps: A cup of sunshine (whimsy Stamps), french script (Stampin Up- retired)
  • Papers: Neenah white, basic gray (SU)
  • Ink: Ranger Distress inks, memento tuxedo black, SU basic gray, copics for coloring
  • Tools: Lace doily border 1 die (whimsy), ink applicator, big kick
  • Embellishments: twine and glitter 
To take a peek at the rest of today's fabulous new release creations just visit the
 where you will find the list of participating designers. 
 
Don't forget to leave comments along the way as the prize days and locations are kept secret. The 3 lucky winners will be announced tomorrow (Wednesday) on the Whimsy Inspirations Blog.

  Remember that the entire new release is available to buy right now from the Whimsy Stamps store along with all your Whimsy favorites.


Thanks so much for stopping by and enjoy the rest of your day!

27 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Ellie.
    Lovely image and border.
    Gr Elly

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  2. Beautiful card, love the colors and the background papers. Those flowers are gorgeous!

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  3. Very pretty card, love the glitter on the flowers
    hugs Louise

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  4. Gorgeous card! Love the border die and that lovely daffodil stamp! Great color combo and beautiful coloring!

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  5. Beautiful card, Ellie! I love the colors and the script background! Wonderful flowers and borders!

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  6. Absolutley Beautiful. Very talented Lady. Thank you for sharing.

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  7. Your card is absolutely beautiful! I love the little bit of sparkle on the flowers!

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  8. Beautiful sunny stamp. hugs! Mojca

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  9. Gorgeous card! Such a great image and lovely colors! Hugs, Hanneke

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  10. Beautiful!!! love the yellow and purple colors together.

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  11. It is gorgous, love the sparkle.
    Hugs Aartje

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  12. oh this is just gorgeous love that flower and your detail is just first class hugs Cherylxxx

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  13. Lovely! Love how you cut out the flowers, they add dimension popped up!

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  14. Beautiful card, I like the daffodil image, the colours and the borders.
    Kevin xx

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  15. Hi Ellie~~This is Wonderful!!! I absolutely love the border die--gonna have to have this one!!! Well designed card---brilliant and bright!!!
    Hugs

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  16. This is so pretty love the bg behind the flower

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  17. Beautiful daffodils! Love the colors and the die cut border! TFS God bless!!

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  18. Very pretty! Love your colors and background stamping!

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  19. What a gorgeous card - love the detail with the sparkle.
    Hugz
    Ea

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  20. Cool and spring-like card :) I hope that spring arrives IRL soon as well :) Happy Easter!

    Piglet
    http://pysselsystrarna.se

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  21. Stunning Ellie, love the inked background and colour combo and of course the lovely daffodils.

    B x

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  22. Great card, love your stamping. xx Flora

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  23. Great inking on the background. Love the dark blue and yellow combo.

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