Saturday, October 6, 2018

WCMD 2018 | Stamp Images Mash Up Challenge with Jessica (Video)

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Hi everyone, and happy World Card Making Day! I hope you are enjoying the celebration on the Winnie & Walter blog so far. :) I love being inspired by challenges and I hope you'll like the one I'm hosting today: the Stamp Images Mash Up challenge! Stretching the use of my stamps and dies is certainly one of my favorite crafting techniques, and I think combining images from 3 different stamp sets is a fun way to do so. Here's the card I created for today: 



Video found here:




I picked out a couple of images from Season's Tweetings with Eveling T. DesignsIn Bloom: Elsa's Flora, and Wish Big with Eveling T. Designs to create this snow globe scene. You might wonder where I used the Wish Big set; the cupcake stamp from it is disguised as the snow globe base!

All of the images are colored with Copic markers.

Are you ready to take on the challenge? I can't wait to see your stamp images mash up creations! 


Prize: One randomly chosen project that is linked up will win $50.00 gift credit to the w&w shop.  **Remember for rules about the challenges to read up HERE.**

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27 comments:

  1. Oh what fun. I love combining different stamp sets. Hugz

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  2. What a wonderful scene! So adorable! :)

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  3. What a fun way to use your stamps.

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  4. I loved this is dear of combining stamp sets :) your card is wonderful !

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  5. The snow globe is so cute! Awesome job combining the different stamp sets. I would not have known you used the cupcake for the base of the snow globe; that's so creative!

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  6. Fabulous card!!Love the idea of combining stamps..

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  7. Fun card and challenge. I love combining stamps from different sets.

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  8. Fun! FYI - the link to this post from the overview post isn't working.

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  9. oh WOW! Love your card Jessica!

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  10. What a smart trick with the cupcake. Fab card and I love letting different stamp sets play together.

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  11. Loved the concept of mash up different stamps on one card ... your card is just awesome 😍

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  12. Combining stamp sets is always a great way to stretch supplies and this card is adorable!

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  13. That’s such a fun and cute shaker you made here ! Thanks for sharing Jessica ! Love, Marjorie
    [margessw(at)icloud(dot)com]

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  14. I tend to mix & match my sets anyway, so I am hoping this will be easy. lol I'm all for easy. This shaker is fantastic & gorgeous.

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  15. Half the time I have no idea where my stamps came from and it's rare that I use only one set so this one should be do-able, right? Your shaker card is the cutest ever!

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  16. You adorable penguins in the globe with the holly arranged so perfectly to frame them is creative, inspiring, and great to use so many of our W&W images!!! Love your brilliant card!!

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  17. Wow! Awesome shaker card! Love these little penguins, the colors and all the details!!!

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  18. Love this challenge! Amazing card and great video!

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  19. What a bright and cheerful creation and such a fabulous Challenge
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  20. Fabulous ideas on this post. I really like the idea of using multiple sets on one card.

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  21. Lovely layering of elements on this festive card.

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  22. amazing card, very clever!
    hugs xx
    treebug

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  23. Didn't have time this crazy week to enter this challenge, but I love the wonderful scene you made on your card using the stamps in such cute and clever ways!! Happy WCMD!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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