Sunday, May 19, 2024

Thanks w/Whimsy Stamps

There are never enough ways to say THANKS to those in our life who bless us continually.  I could literally send out a thank you card every day, and I'd still feel like I have more people to thank.  Yes, I'm blessed.  I'm guessing that, truth be told, so are you.  I encourage you to take the time to send those cards saying thanks and letting those special people know just how much they really mean to you.  Whimsy Stamps has lots of great stamps to help you get that message across.
I used basic white cardstock and a fun patterned paper from the Fabulous Florals 6x6 Paper Pad.  I layered that with white cardstock that was cut using the fabulous A2 Lattice Die.  I used another small piece of the striped paper on the top of my card as well as an inked white piece that I stamped using a FUN sentiment from the Bold Statements Stamp Set.
I ran a piece of Cherry Baker's Twine around my card.  The "faux bow" was stamped using the Atlas Jar Stamp Set and cut with the Atlas Jar Dies.  I just LOVE the texture this fabulous die-cut gives the card front.  You can still see that cool paper peeking through, but the white gives it a fresh clean POP.
Be sure to check out Whimsy Stamps and their fabulous social media accounts.  The Whimsy Stamps Design Teams also have lots of great art to inspire you that you can view by visiting their personal blogs and social  media.  Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today, friends.

I'm sharing this card in the following challenges:

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Simon Says "Use Patterned Paper" so I used a Whimsy Stamps patterned paper underneath the die-cut as well as on my sentiment area.

The Die Cuttin' Divas Challenge Blog - Monochromatic Theme sponsored by the amazing Waffle Flower Stamps.  I used the red/orange/gold monochromatic slice from the wheel.  It was really fun.



  1. Love the lattice over top of the striped paper, Karen - so pretty with the twine too! Thanks for joining us at Die Cut Divas!!

  2. I never would have thought of using striped paper as the bottom layer, but wonderful surprises always await paper crafters, don't they? I love it. So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas.


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