Monday, April 7, 2014

Whimsy April Facebook Challenge!

Hi Everyone!

Today I'm here to share my card for this months Whimsy Stamps Facebook Challenge! 

Please hop over and join the Whimsy Stamps and Inspiration Facebook Group  (if you haven't already) and play along with our April challenge - you could win a $15 Whimsy gift voucher!
The Whimsy Rubber DT are sharing our inspirational creations throughout the first weeks of the month, but you have the whole month to enter!

The theme for April is "Something Sweet"!

This adorable image is from our March Whimsy Stamps New Release, and is called "Miss Chloe Vignette" by Elisabeth Bell. I have also used the fab "Girl Talk" Sentiments from "Simonne Clay Designs" - think I'll be using this set a lot!


The sketch is from Sketch Saturday, but I've had some trouble with Blogger and couldn't get this posted in time to enter. I haven't entered challenged for ages and think I need to get back into it for the added inspiration!

The papers are from a digital kit at Sweet Shoppe Designs called "A Bushel and a Peck", and I've also used a couple of the printed embellishments. I finished with a bow, flowers and some pearls.

Hope you like my card... and I hope you'll join us in the  Whimsy Stamps Facebook Challenge!

Have a great week!

Here's what I used on my card:
Whimsy Stamps Products: "Miss Chloe Vignette" by Elisabeth Bell, and "Girl Talk" by "Simonne Clay Designs" available at Whimsy Stamps.
Colouring Medium/Ink: Memento 'Tuxedo' Ink, Copics (B0000/000/00/01/02, E000/00/02/04/11/23/25/27/41/42/43/50, R11/20/22/24/27/29, YG17, Y26), Distress Ink 'Antique Linen' and 'Frayed Burlap';
Papers: Cardstock - Bazzil; DP - Sweet Shoppe Designs 'A Bushel and a Peck' digital kit;
Embellishments: I Am Roses 'Sweetheart Blossoms'& Roses, Spotlight Red Grosgrain Ribbon, Kaisercraft 'Snow' and 'Chocolate' Pearls.
Tools/Other: Cuttlebug and Embossing Mat, Mounting Foam.


Sandra H said...

Hi Shannah, Oh wow this is stunning x

Maxine D said...

Fabulous Shannah - beautifully coloured and love the sentiment :-)