Sweet Whittle Birthday
by Marybeth Lopez


Hello, there and happy June to you all!  Marybeth Lopez  here today sharing a sweet :)  Whittle Poppystamps, birthday card that will go to one of my sweet granddaughters this weekend. It was another fun and simple one to make .


I cut all my die cuts using white cardstock and then used blending brushes for all the color. I cut more than I deeded and then narrowed it down to the final three.


I used a post it note to cover up the sticks on the popsicle, then did the same when coloring the  Whittle Popsicle top.


I used this gorgeous memory box Madras Coral  patterned paper ( linked below) to line my envelope. I think it makes all the colors on the card pop and I love the shimmery gold lines.


Above is a picture of the dies I had ready to go and then decided less is more. I didn't use this layout or the early yummy Whittle pie ( I did save it) on my card below is the layout I ended up with.


Simple but sweet using Poppystamps Whittle Ice Cream Cone, Whittle Popsicle and Whittle Donut. The stamp is from Birch Press Design called : You Are Awesome .


I hope you have a wonderful weekend with some time to craft and maybe even do some shopping at the Poppystamps store. 

Take care and God bless.





Hi Marybeth, This is such a cute CAS card, the Whittle ices etc are amazing as are all the Whittles, I love them all. I absolutely adore the glitter you have used, it looks like the sprinkles on the ices etc.
Take care.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Great idea to add a little bit of shading. I LOVE THESE WHITTLE DIES

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