79 posts categorized "Whittles"

Whittle Happy Bday Fox
by Kim Singdahlsen

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The brand new Marzipan Alphabet has quickly become a favorite of mine! I love the interesting look of the lines in each letter. My card is really very simple - just a Whittle to go with the sentiment - but the letters stand out so well, it looks like it is more detailed than it is!

That's not to diminish the Whittle!  This is the Whittle Happy Fox and he really does have a sweet look on his face!

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I picked a cheerful paper for the edges from the Memory Box Garden Folly pad, then using the colors in the paper, I surrounded the Whittle Happy Fox with an outdoor scene. The Orchard Leaves and the Garden Leaves and Berries sets are just good all-around sets with their various leaves, vines and berries.  Funny though, the flower is the Small Blooming Poinsettia. I tend to use it year-round because I love the look of it.  It's natural-looking - maybe even a bit raggedy - and I say it in a very positive way!  Plus it has three sizes so it can fit into many different scenes. 

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I used Kraft Woodgrain paper for the letters thinking it would be a nice outdoorsy, masculine look but as I worked on it I started envisioning tiki huts! That's when I decided to decorate him with bright foliage and some sparkly gems!

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I love making cards that keep me smiling the entire time. Any card with a Whittle is that kind of card! I totally love the letters then with that the happy fox looking at me as I worked, this was a very enjoyable card to make - and I love the results!Kim Floral Signature copy


Seas the Day
by Sue McRae


Hello crafters! I hope everyone is having a wonderful summer so far! I have an ocean card with the Underwater 3D Embossing Folder as my main product.


I started by taking a piece of watercolor paper and swiping Distress Inks across it.


I sprayed it with quite a bit of water to get the colors to blend then heat set it.


I took the same ink colors and added more layers using an ink blending tool.


I flicked on some plain water and blotted it with a paper towel and ran the piece through the die cutting machine with the embossing folder. Lots of amazing detail!


Using my finger, I took white pigment ink and rubbed it on the raised designs to make them stand out better.


I cut the panel down slightly to leave a border on an A2 card. I die cut the Whittle Fish Trio from silver foil paper and added them with foam adhesive.


I die cut a Word Balloon, trimmed off the tail and stamped the sentiment on it and I added a few Fairy Drops to finish off the card.


Thanks for stopping by today and have a wonderful week!

Sue Floral Signature copy







Your Moment in the Sun, a beautiful Tag!!!!
by Patty Tanúz

Hola amigas!!!!

Summer is here and it is worth making a tag that takes us on vacation to the sea!!!!!


It is a bit difficult to take photos with papers that are so shiny, a very beautiful shine!!!! I love happy Octopus!!!! I tried to draw him happy eyes!!!!


The sun gives it the summery touch!!!!


Now I used my sewing machine!


Aw!!!! Do you like it?


Kisses and Happy Crafting!

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Hello Summer
by Nancy Penir


Summer's in full swing, and Poppystamps has some new alphabet dies that will help you make bright and happy summer cards!


I love creating a background from alphabet dies, and the new Marzipan Alphabet is bold and easy to cover the front of an A2 size card, or any size, for that matter.


I put the letters on a piece of washi tape, and cut them out 5 times. (Don't forget the extra M!)


There's a few ways to adhere your letters to the card, I chose to glue each one, which gives me time to eye how they're lining up.


Hello is from another of the new alphabet dies in the store, and has a die for the back of the word, 'Hello'.

I used vellum to back my word, and partially inked the back in aqua, kind of an ombre look.


This card's going to a grandson. I added the Whittle sea creatures because he loves anything sea related! I think the card would look cute with ice cream or popsicle dies too!

Hope your summer's full of sunshine, and of course, happy crafting!

Nancy Floral Signature copy





Country Barn Easel
by Jeanne Jachna


Hi friends!  I hope you're having a great day!  Today I'm sharing a card made with the Country Barn Easel Die.  I love seeing how the entire team has interpreted this die a little differently and all the creative ideas for this die! 


I'm a big fan of special folded cards but they've always seemed a little too complicated for me.  I am so impressed with the Poppystamps Easel dies because they are a snap to put together.  All of the pieces are needed.. you just cut and then fold and add one piece of tape and BAM! Your card base is put together.  This Country Barn Easel includes all the pieces - door frames in two different styles, roof lines and even a clean panel to slip inside for your sentiment.   


Once the bard is assembled you can add your own choice of separate dies to embellish and create a scene.  I added a Whittle Cow and Goat that I added details to with a marker.  I thought some silly eyes might be fun too! 


I added grass with the Hill and Valley Grass Border and it doubles for straw for my Whittle Chicken when cut from yellow cardstock. 


The Country Barn Easel is the perfect setting for the latest Whittle animals!  And if you haven't tried one of the Poppystamps Easel card dies I hope you'll give one a try!  If I can do this you can too!   I promise!

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Hello Barn Pop Up Easel Card!!!!
by Patty Tanúz

Hola amigas!!!!

Today I share this beautiful card made with our wonderful Country Barn Pop Up Easel Set Craft Die!!!!



I think this card is not "country", what style do you think my card is? :) Maybe a little Romantic Shabby Chic? :)


Whittle Cow says yes!!!!!!! jajaja


I want to have a barn like this!!!!!


Do you like? leave me a pretty message ;)


My latest Poppystamps cards are from barn!!!! I love them!!!



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