Polka Dot Pals Beau from Whimsy Stamps

What this card? Read below for details below and it could be on it’s way to you! For this project, I used the accessory images from Polka Dot Pals Beau and Polka Dot Pals Colton to create this artsie card that takes advantage of an abstract sheet from the Rainbow Paper Pack. Read below for more details on the dibs plus how this card was created using these featured products:

Polka Dot Pals Colton
Polka Dot Pals Beau
Bold ABC Die
Rainbow Paper Pack

Want this card? Dibs it in the comments below!! Be sure to add “DIBS” to be eligible in the random drawing and I will announce the winner with my next post. I don’t know when that will be so stake your claims like the early bird and good luck!
For this project, the card layout was inspired by Céline’s latest card that uses Polka Dot Pals Colton. I thought it would be perfect to reverse the colors and make it look like a large art canvas. So I selected the step ladder and started to stamp my painting supplies around it. I created masking sheets for that which I’ll save for future projects.
As an after through I decided I would use the Bold ABC Die set to add a sentiment. I didn’t want it to stand out so I used some of the extra rainbow paper and stacked it over four layers of white letters to raise it up. I took care to position in the top layer so I was cutting roughly the same color as spot it will be resting. I think it worked out. 😉

List of Common Supplies

Polka Dot Pals Colton
Polka Dot Pals Beau
Bold ABC Die
Rainbow Paper Pack
Slimline Card Builder Die

Copic Markers:
R05, 37, 89
B41, 34, 24
YG23, 17, 67
Y11, 15, 26
E43, 44, 47
T1, 3, 5, 7

5 thoughts on “Polka Dot Pals Beau from Whimsy Stamps

  1. I don’t know, what “DIBS” mean, but I’d sure love it if I won this awesome card. It would get the best place in my craft room.

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  2. Dibs just means you are calling it yours – you would like it. My brothers and sisters and I used to call “dibs” on the front seat of the car. Håper det hjelper litt!

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