20 November 2013

New Releases for November–Cupcake Box & Good Times 6x6 Designer Paper

Good morning everyone and hope that you’re keeping well. Today I’d like to share a couple of projects with you that I’ve made using my brand new Digital Printables Collection that is available at Whimsy Stamps.



To create this cupcake style box I used Frosty Night Cupcake Box template from the Digital Printable Collection. I created these templates with the designs already on them so that they repeat on every corner.

Frosty Night Cupcake Box Front Sheet

For the embellishments I used all the elements that are included in the kit.


And here is another cupcake box that I created using Vintage Christmas Cupcake Box from the Digital Printables Collection at Whimsy Stamps.

Vintage Christmas Cupcake Box Set Front Sheet

The flower I made using the coloured Poinsettias that is included in this kit. I’ve also used one of the coordinating tags along with a ribbon sentiment.

To close the top of the box I used a large piece of ribbon and tied it into a bow. I also added a pearl for the centre of the flower, a pearl hat pin to attach the tag to the box and added some gems for some bling.

Please head over to the Whimsy Stamps website where you can see more of my designs in the Digital Printables Collection. These designs also coordinate perfectly with the Whimsy Designer 6x6 Papers.

Also from today another set of my designs will be available from Whimsy Stamps. This set is called ‘Good Times’ and is ideal for Birthdays, Celebration, etc…….

Good Times Front Sheet

Hope you enjoy my new designs and thanks for stopping by today :0)

03 November 2013

Christmas Time Papers–Merry Christmas

Hi there everyone and hope that you’re having a great weekend. Today I’d like to share with you my latest card.


The papers that I’ve used are from my latest designs for Whimsy Stamps called Christmas Time and I’ve inked the edges using Tea Dye Distress Inks.

Christmas Time Front Sheet

The Pointsettia flowers I created myself in Illustrator, printed them out and then used scissors to cut them out.

Thanks for stopping by today :0)