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Christmas Shaker Tags

Hi Whimsy friends, it's Iris here! Today I want to share a set of Christmas Shaker Tags. This was one of my projects from the class I was teaching at the Whimsy Craft Retreat early October.

To create the tags I used the largest of the Stitched Tag dies and the smallest die from the Handstitched Nested RectanglesInstead of foam tape I cut a tag frame from fun foam and adhered it with score tape. I used the  Oh What Fun clear set and matching Oh What Fun dies to create the stamped elements and sentiments. Coloring was done with Copics.
I also glued some sequins from the filling to the tag background. This way if the tags are standing upright they are not all falling down to the bottom of the tag. There will always be some visible through the shaker window.

Here are the Whimsy Products I used:

Oh What Fun   Oh What Fun Die Set   Stitched Tag Dies 
Hand Stitched Nested RectanglesSentiment Banner Dies   

Thanks for stopping by today!


Hot Chocolate Honey

HI, Céline here to share with you my latest Whimsy stamps card.

Today I chose Hot Chocolate Honey by Kirsten Winkelbauer

It's a really easy card.
My card base is a 14x14 cm square, I've added a bordure and cut my image with a circle dies.

I've colored  my image with copics :
Skin: E13, 11, 21, 00, 000, R21
Hair : E33, YR65, 21, 82, 31
Outfit : R56, 46, 29, 27, 24
Chocolate : R29, 27, 24, RV00, C1, E23, B01, 00, 000

*NEW Hot Chocolate Honey

Kitten Kindness Coloring Tutorial by Melissa

Hi everyone! Melissa here to share with you a simple coloring tutorial for these sweet kitties from Whimsy Stamps by Lee Holland called Kitten Kindness.  I wanted to show you a few coloring techniques for coloring fur.  Three to be exact; tiger stripes, calico and textured fur.  Any of these can be used on other animals too.  A number of these techniques you might already know, but I do give you a few hints how to have the best outcome.

You will need a few coloring tools.  If you are an alcohol marker user, pick two to three colors of the same color family for each technique as well as some alcohol such as Colorless Blender from Copic.  If you use colored pencils I would pick two to three colors for each technique as well and gamsol or some other blender solution.

I did want to include a list of colors used for the fur:
Gray/Blacks:  C00, C1, C3, C5, C7, 100
Browns:  E70, E71, E74
Orange:  YR12, YR15, YR18

In the beginning of the video I show you how I use acetate to place my rubber stamps.  Often it's hard to see the correct position.  I did not include that after having the correct placement on the acetate to go ahead and stamp on the paper.  Then I do the sentiment the same.

Please make sure to like the video and follow my YouTube channel as I'll be doing more Whimsy Stamp tutorials in the future.

Whimsy Products Used:

Faux Chipboard and Christmas Sparkle

Hi Everyone! 
I am pleased to be back with another Whimsy inspiration post and video for you.  This week I am using an October release die alongside the snowflake set we used last month over on my blog Hedgehog Hollow!

Let's look at today's project...
I love this two-part die that adds snow capping to the letters. I also really like this technique to create extra dimension to your cards, I created my own chipboard effect letters!  The red embossing adds a great pop and so much sparkle form the WOW! embossing powder! Let's look at the tutorial...

I love making multiple cards with the same supplies and showing you new ways to mix it up too!

Happy Stamping!