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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Splash of inspiration

Hi everybody,

I waited to long with posting a new splash of inspiration which meant it was almost impossible to select just a few cards, their is so much gorgeous inspiration shared with us on the Wee Stamps Facebook page and each and every card is unique and has its own style. Thank you everybody for sharing with us and if your card isn't on the blog today it may be in the next Splash of Inspiration post, I do try to share work by different people each time but can't help but also show you some cards by people who have been featured here before. Here goes!!!
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Linda Levoir posted this card a while back but I still have to share it with you guys. Linda has used Wee Stamps' Summer Fairy (available as a digi and as a rubber stamp) and I absolutely ADORE how she colored her. The papers are gorgeous as are the flowers and have you seen that she used stitching in different colors. What a fabulous creation Linda, thank you so much for sharing it with us! More gorgeous work by Linda can be found on her blog HERE.
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This pretty card has been created by Diane Scotland. Diane used Wee Stamps' Emily (available as a digi, a rubber stamp and a topper) and colored her with lovely blond hair and a gorgeous purple dress. The design of the card is a perfect frame for this pretty image and the embellishments are just the perfect finishing touch. Thank you so much for sharing this beauty with us Diane! Diane doesn't have a blog but shares her work on her Facebook page HERE.
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The incredible Gretha Bakker has been featured on this blog before but I'm sure you'll agree that this card using Wee Stamps' Mary (available as a digi and a rubber stamp) needs to be shared. Have you noticed that Gretha only used colors in the flowers that she used and the coloring of the image, the rest of the card is very neutral. As always absolutely stunning Gretha! More info about this beauty and more amazing cards can be found on Gretha's blog HERE.
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Marianne Fisher used one of the card-toppers to create this lovely Christmas card. Wee Stamps' Holly is of course also available as a digi and as a rubber stamp but if you like me always have a shortage of home made Christmas cards when the season arrives these toppers can help you to create yourself a bunch of Christmas cards in no time at all. And if you, like Marianne add some glitter and some liquid pearls and some pretty embellishments like the lovely little bell that Marianne used you'll still bring a huge smile to the receivers face. Thank you for sharing with us Marianne! More of Marianne's gorgeous work can be found HERE.
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Kim Bell posted this gorgeous card using Wee Stamps' Maya (available as a digi and a rubber stamp) on our Facebook page. Don't you think Maya looks stunning in the purple/mauve colors Kim gave her? The design of the card is just the perfect frame to make the image shine and I absolutely love the flower cluster Kim used. Thank you so much for sharing your gorgeous cards with us Kim. For more gorgeous creations by Kim please visit her blog HERE.
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Lou Daubney surprised us with this gorgeous soft card created with Wee Stamps' Posey (available as a digi and a rubber stamp). I absolutely adore the way Lou colored little Posey, so soft and beautiful and her card design is simple but is the perfect frame for such a gorgeously colored image. Thank you for sharing this cutie with us Lou! For more gorgeous work by Lou please visit her blog HERE.
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When I first saw this card created by the talented Mary Johnson I got this huge smile on my face. Mary used Wee Stamps' Oak Tree Boy (available as a digi and a rubber stamp) and created this cute adorable card with it. I absolutely adore the design, the funny clouds cut out of design paper and the unique way Mary colored this image. More fabulous card by Mary can be found on her blog HERE. Thank you so much for sharing with us Mary, love it!
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The bright colors that Roda Langan used for this gorgeous baby card may not be what you would expect but aren't they absolutely vibrant and gorgeous? Roda colored our little Wee One (who is available as a digi, a rubber stamp and a girly card topper and a boyish card topper) to match the papers and those gorgeous flowers perfectly and don't you love his rosy cheeks and nose? Thank you for sharing your cheerfull card with us Roda! For more of Roda's gorgeous colorful work please visit her blog HERE (there is also a card with Wee Stamps' Maya that will brighten your day).
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And last but certainly not least I'd like to share this romantic card by Christine Levison with you. Christine used Wee Stamps' Ruby (available as a digi, a rubber stamp and a card topper) and colored her absolutely gorgeously with splashes of sparkles here and there. I love the papers Christine used and those pretty flowers, the lace the ribbon and the swirls are the perfect finishing touch. Thank you for sharing this beauty with us Christine! For more of Christine's gorgeous work please visit her blog HERE.
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And that's it for this splash! Remember to keep your cards coming on our Facebook page HERE and if you already have shared but haven't been featured, please don't be discouraged I have to make a selection but we adore seeing each and every one of your lovely creations!

Have a great day everybody!!
Hugs,
 

9 comments:

  1. aww thank you so much, its a complete honor to have one of my makes here among all these stunning makes.
    huge hugs Lou xxx

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  2. Thank you so much for showcasing one of my cards using this wonderful image!
    Christine x

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  3. Gorgeous card selection! Very impressive coloring, layouts and embellishments!!!

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  4. Beautiful selection of cards! Thank you Mariska for choosing so much gorgeousness from Facebook and thanks everyone for sharing them there!

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  5. Wow! What a stunning group of cards. Each one beautiful and inspirational. Thank you for sharing. Love them all and all your beautiful drawings.
    hugs Julie

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  6. Absolutely stunning! Thanks for sharing :)

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  8. Thank you for sharing all the wonderful cards. They truly are inspirational. xx

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  9. Absolutely fantastic Cards! I have to buy more of theese adoreable Stamps!

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