Product Spotlight - Birdie Selfie

Hello Friends,

Special guest Vladka is back with us today sharing this adorable card using our Birdie Selfie rubber stamp from the Crissy Armstrong Collection. This is an oldie but a goodie. Vladka also used Magical Birthday Wishes clear stamps and Birthday Wishes Magical Die set of words to complete her card.

Her image was colored with watercolor paint and then framed with a photo shaped die to make it seem to pop off the card. The sky and clouds are behind the photo to help the popped effect. I love the softness and pops of yellow that draw your eye to the image.

To see more of Vladka's awesome work, be sure to visit her blog, Ustvarjalna Skringa. Vladka is also on YouTube and Instagram and Pinterest. Thanks so much for being with us this month Vladka!

                                Birdie Selfie     Magical Birthday Wishes    Word Die Set - Birthday Wishes and Magical

July Release now Available

Welcome Whimsy fans. The newest release from Whimsy Stamps is now available in the store - click here to see all the new goodies.

As always, there are some super cute rubber images and fun photopolymer stamps and dies.

Our designers will be sharing many wonderful creations over the next 3 days. We invite you to take a look at their blogs to see their wonderful projects.

Happy shopping!

Product Spotlight - You Complete Me

Hello Friends!

Today we are excited to share a super fun card with you from special guest Barbara Anders! Barbara has used our You Complete Me clear stamps and coordinating You Complete Me Puzzle Pieces Die set. I just love these cheerful rainbow colored puzzle pieces. Such a happy card!

To make this card, Barbara used rainbow patterned designer paper and cut all the puzzle pieces. Then she adhered them to the card stock base, and some by using foam tape to give dimension and the effect of pieces in front of others.  The sentiments are heat embossed with white embossing powder and the hearts are glitter embossed. Both are adhered with foam tape to make the pop off the card. A simple but fabulous creation!

Barbara has loads of amazing creations on her blog, Paper Pursuits, we hope you will visit her there and on her social media pages. Huge thanks to Barbara for joining us this month as a special guest designer!

Barbara's Pinterest
Barbara's Instagram
Barbara's YouTube

                                                 You Complete Me     Puzzle Pieces Die Set


Hello everyone a little inspiration for you all using a fabulous 

Penguin Birthday stamp this card also lights up, you can buy everything you need from us at whimsy stamps, ... big hugs xx



led light kits and tape

coloured with copics
B95,B93,B1,RV04,RV02, BLENDER

Penguin candy floss

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

Today I chose Penguin candy floss, I love so much these cute penguins !!!
When i saw this one I immediately thought of a pink card
First I've cut a piece of paper at 13,5x27 cm then fold in half
I've cut a square piece of big dotted paper at 13,2x13,2 cm and a piece of white paper at 12x12 cm and finally and piece of tiny dotted paper at 11,7x11,7 cm
Then i 've cut my image using hand stitched nested rectangles
I've decorate with enamel dots and little pennant and happy word dies.
Decorated with flowers and enamel dots

I've colored  my image with copics :
Penguin : 100, C8, 7, 6, 2, YR09, 18, 16, 15,
Candy floss : R85, 83, 81, E53, 51, 50


Making 'Flip Flop' cards using shape dies

So it's my turn to post on the Whimsy Stamps blog, and I thought I would do a quick tutorial on how to make 'flip flop' cards using any metal shape dies you have at hand.

I used the 'Hand Stitched Nested Rectangle' die for my flip flop card. My card is 5" x 5 1/2". 
I folded the card and used washing tape to secure my die into the middle of the front of the card.

The key to making flip flop cards is to NOT cut out the whole of the die. You only need to cut out half of the die. To do this, position your card so that the piece you don't want to cut is hanging off the edge of the cutting plates. You only need to cut the half of the die NEAREST the fold of your card.

Once it has been cut it should look like the photo underneath. It took me many mistakes to get this right!!

You then need to fold the card back on itself as below. Now it's time to decorate!

I used a number of stamps and dies from Whimsy Stamps for my finished card.

I used the Hand Stitched Nested Rectangle die to cut out another kraft rectangle to fit over the 'flap' - just because I wanted to make it a little more sturdy (this is not necessary - just my personal preference).
I then cut out the 'Cherry Blossom Panel' which fit perfectly on the front panel.
The flower is made using the 'Build a Poinsettia Die' - who says this flower is just for Christmas??
The sentiment is from the 'Scripty Occasions' stamp set.
I added some 'Christmas Cheer' enamel dots to finish off the flower and add a little interest to the rest of the card.

I hope these instructions make sense!!
And remember - you can use any of your shaped die's to make the 'flip flop' card!

Thanks for looking!
Happy Crafting.

Kerys x

Posivitely Green with Franken Schmutz

Hello friends,

Today we are sharing a fun card by Whimsy artist Deb, using Franken Schmutz clear stamps and coordinating Franken Schmutz dies as well as In Stitches clear stamps.

Deb stamped out Frank and then colored him with watercolor ink and a paintbrush. Then cut him out using the coordinating dies. Her background was created using the In Stitches stamps on green card stock. She layered her background on white cardstock and then black cardstock as the base. Frank is popped up using foam tape and the sentiment was stamped with black ink and a green cardstock popped up with foam to accentuate the green word.

Be sure to visit Deb's blog to see more of her work. 

                                Franken Schmutz  Franken Schmutz Die Set  In Stitches

Birthdays Are...

Happy Friday friends. Alanna here and my card today features the super fun Shine Bright stamp set. I found this gorgeous paper by Ken Oliver that I am absolutely in love with. All I did was stamp the sentiment directly onto the paper and then stamp a few of the star images from the same stamp set. 

I die cut this panel with the largest A2 size of the Hand Stitched Nested Rectangles dies and then added the panel onto a top folding card base.

Thanks so much for stopping by today. Crafty hugs!

Stretch Your Stamps

Hi there, It's Ellen here today I have another card with a perfect example how to stretch your stamps.             
I used the lemonade can and glass from the "Squeezed" stamp set. You can use them perfectly for iced coffee with oranges (I guess I need to try this once). Also the letter dies makes it possible for writing down what you want and stretch the theme of your card...
I finished it with a perfect sentence inside the card...

I'm so happy when I stretch my stamps, because that makes your stamp so much more worth. That's why I encourage you to do that too.

Mix Media with Deb

Hello Crafty Friends,

Today we are sharing a unique mixed media project created by Whimsy artist Deb Davis using her Irreplaceable Friend and Furever in Our Hearts clear stamp sets. These sets, along with our other Rainbow Bridge Collection products, are the perfect sets for creating projects for pet lovers or someone who as lost a furry loved one.

Deb has used card stock and then stamped on paw prints from the Furever in Our Heart set and then used chalk paint to give that distressed look. The sentiments are stamped and then cut from the Irreplaceable Friend set as well as the Border Collie image. Deb used an old book page to stamp some of the sentiments, which is such a fun idea and a great use of an otherwise neglected old book. The sentiments are glued down, making this a relatively flat mixed media project. She also finished off with some extra distressed inks around the edges.

To see more of Deb's creative works, be sure to visit her blog Amped2Stamp.

Happy Stamping and mixed media creating!

                                     *NEW Furever in Our Hearts              *NEW Irreplaceable Friend

Product Spotlight - Doggie Skywriter Valentine

Hello Friends,
Today we are sharing a super cute card created by Special Guest Francine using our Doggie Skywriter Valentine rubber stamp. I love the bright cheerful colors Francine used on this one and how she cut out and popped up the image to give the card dimension.

Be sure to visit Francine to see more of her gorgeous work.

Happy stamping!

                                                             Doggie Skywriter Valentine

Birthday Wishes

Hello, hope you’re all enjoying the summer.  For a change good old England has been basking in a heat wave so not much crafting has been getting done! 

I’m sharing a shabby card for this month’s DT post my shabby cards with this one today, not my usual colour combo but I absolutely love it.  I stamped around the edges of the layer with the In Stitches set.  I made a bit of a whoopsie when heat embossing the stenciled bird cage, I didn’t realise the stitching stamp ink hadn’t dried so it caught some of the white embossing powder.  I LOVE it!  That sure was a happy accident Smile  I finished off with a sentiment from the Lovely Lavender stamp set.


I made the flowers from Foamiran using my Peony Flower Die set as well as a  few other dies from my stash for the little flowers and a set of daisies.  I really do love making my own flowers, they’re so very easy to make and don’t take long either.


Whimsy Inspired Summer 2017

Hello Friends!

We have a new edition of Whimsy Inspired magazine out today! This issue is "All Things Digital" and features how to's for digital stamping, cards and special items, along with project tutorials, sneak peeks and more! Check it out!

Star Princess

Happy Tuesday morning Whimsy Fans, I hope you are all 
enjoying summer so far. What did you all think of the June release?
 it was full of cuteness, we were spoilt for choice.

I have Star Princess by artist Kristen Winkelbauer

to share with you fine peeps today, and to frame her I used 
Whimsy Shapeology die Doodled Doily, I think the black frame 
really makes her stand out from the rest of the card.

Have a wonderful rest of the week Whimsy Friends!
and I will see you here again next month, until then take care for now 
Mwah...xoxo Hugs Bridget xx

Puppy with Present

Hello! It's Linda here with a cute card to share with you.
For this card I used one of Lee Hollands adorable Puppies for Whimsy Stamps' June release.

I coloured him up with Zig Markers, adding some detail with a white Posca pen and fussy cutting him out.

For my card I took a piece of Tim Holtz watercolour paper and stamped some paw prints with Versamark ink, heat embossing them with white embossing powder. Then I took 3 colours of Distress Inks (Picked Raspberry, Twisted Citron and Peacock Feathers, and blended them over the area I knew I wanted to place my image. I stuck the embossed piece to the front of a white A2 card base and then cut a piece of patterned paper with a border die and glued that at the top. I then rounded all 4 corners with my corner chomper.

I stamped one of the sentiments from the Big Balloon Celebrations stamp set onto some white cardstock, with Onyx Black Versafine Ink and cut it out with the coordinating die.

I mounted my image and my sentiment on my card with some foam tape and finished my card with a few enamel dots.

Whimsy Stamps Products Used

Lee Holland Puppy and Present
Big Balloons Celebrations Clear Stamp Set
Big Balloons Celebrations Die Set
Stitched Border Trio Die
Summer Breeze Enamel Dots

That's all from me today, enjoy your weekend!

Paws to Remember

Hi! It's my turn to post on the blog again!

This is only my second ever animal sympathy card, but these new dies and stamps from the Whimsy Stamps store are just so adorable!

I used the 'Paws to Remember' die set to cut out the paw prints from the kraft cardstock and then backed this card onto another piece of kraft cardstock as the whole of the inside of the paw is removed with die cutting. I then cut out the paw prints from black and red cardstock and reassembled the prints.

I used the 'Irreplaceable Friend' clear stamp set to stamp the sentiment.

I added a little white gel pen on the hearts to add a little depth to the shapes, and added a simple 'xoxo' at the bottom also. The washi tape and twine down the side of the card finished it off.


Thanks for looking and I can't wait to see your creations!
Happy Crafting :)

Kerys x