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That Was A Week…

A Whimsy Stamp Week 🙂 Elaine from Quixotic Paperie has been showcasing Whimsy Stamps on her blog this week with a little help from the DT. Don’t forget to check in on her blog tomorrow to see how you could win some goodies.

So I’ve been desperately trying to finish this Whimsy Giraffe Stamp card before the light went but I didn’t make it so the photo is a little dark – Sorry! The papers are from My Minds Eye Laundry Line Stack such a fab paper stack, so sparkly 🙂

But before you go, you might want to know that Elaine has some special offers at Quixotic Paperie to make room for new stock. Wahoo! Things like 40% off DCWV paper stacks, 25% off Paper Pretties Stamps, The Greeting Farm single stamps are all on offer at £5.00 and there is 15% off Spellbinders Nestabilities – to name just a few of the offers! Bargain!


Have a Fab Late Friday
Kim


Materials:
Stamp – Whimsy Giraffe
Ink – VersaFine Onyx Black
Colouring – PrismaColor pencil; sansodor
Paper – My Mind’s Eye Laundry Line
Usual Suspects – Paper trimmer; double-sided tape
Other – Ribbon; eyelet; crop-a-dile; distress inks

29 thoughts on “That Was A Week…”

  1. This is fantastic! Love your colouring, must have a try with some prismacolours one day. Those flowers are fab and am just lovin that bow! He's such a great image isn't he! So fun!

  2. What a fabby image – I just love giraffes. I have metal ones, wooden ones, big ones, little ones. They are sooo cute. And I just bought that paper today how funny is that. I think I may need this giraffe now you have made such a gorgeous card with it!

    Kat x

  3. Hi Kim
    This is adorable! It looks as though you had a load of fun at the craft event in London! Saw Chris' pics. Wish I still lived in London. I love this card. The MME papers are scrummy and the giraffe is so cute. How did you make the flowers? Maybe you could leave a message on my blog? Would love to know. Am guessing you made them as they are the same papers.
    Really impressive
    hugs
    fiona x

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