This week Whimsy Stamps and ThermOWeb are partnering for a fabulous week of inspiration and prizes! All week long designers from both teams will be sharing ways to add foils and more to your projects using products from ThermOWeb and Whimsy Stamps. Read to the end of this post to find out how you can win!
I had so much fun using products from both ThermOWeb and Whimsy Stamps! I actually ended up making 3 sets of cards! My first set uses the Whale of a Time stamp set from Whimsy. I first cut the card stock with ThermOWeb's (Gina K.) Nested Rectangle with Double Stitch Die.
I love the stitching! It gives it just a bit of interest to a clean and simple card. I stamped both images in a light ink and used Copics to color it. I added a strip of vintage ribbon and a few clear droplets from the Coral Coast Sparkletz.
My second set of cards uses this adorable stamp set from Whimsy's, Angel Celeste. I stamped the image and wanted to create a soft pink background around her. So I used ThermOWeb's (Gina K) Masking Magic. I stamped directly on it, cut it out, and placed it right over my image. I was able to sponge Picked Raspberry ink around her with absolutely no lifting from the edges!
While the mask was still in place, I spritzed it with a bit of water.
I colored each of the cards and decided to incorporate a large flower into each card. I used the Peony die and sponged each of the flowers and leaves with Distress Ink. I assembled them and glued them to the card, along with ribbon and a sentiment from the Your'e Too Kind stamp set.
My last card I decided to make a shaker card. I just think these are so fun and interactive! I stamped this adorable image, Dragon Party on water color paper. I colored it with water colors and added a few more details with colored pencil, and a white gel pen. The shaker itself was created with ThermOWeb's Nested Rectangle Double Stitched Die.
I filled it with various sequins and Sparkletz I had in my stash. I added a sweet little posy and ribbon to the candles. And of course a few touches of glitter using Glamour Dust and Glossy Accents.