Whimsy Stamps | Hang in There

Hello everyone!  I have a fun little card to share with you today featuring the Panda Butt Clear Stamps Set from Whimsy Stamps. (Affiliate Links used.)

This set is filled with a bunch of cute little pandas and lots of fun sentiments.  To start, I first created a bright green background by blending some Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn Distress Oxide Inks onto a sheet of Neenah Solar White 110lb Card Stock.  I then splattered this piece with some water and lightly blotted it dry with a a paper towel.  Once dry, I also lightly splattered some Opaque White Paint over the image as well for added interest.

I used the Notched Rectangles Die Set to create a double border around my ink blended background.  I first diecut one panel in white and the other from Kraft Card Stock.  I then stamped my sentiment onto the bottom portion of the Kraft panel and then used foam tape to adhere the two together to give some added dimension.

Before adding this piece onto my ink blended panel, I heat embossed some white bamboo pieces in various places around the edges.  Lastly, I added my images with both liquid adhesive (for the tall bamboo piece) and foam squares (for the panda).  I had stamped the panda with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and used some cool Copic colors to quickly color the panda bear (0, C00, C1, C2, C4, C5, C7, C8, C10).

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You can check out more of the Whimsy Stamps April release HERE!  I love how diverse their selection is.

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♥ Rachel

Panda Butt Die Sethttps://whimsystamps.com/collections/border-dies/products/notched-rectangles-die-set?aff=53Panda Butt


  1. What an adorable card! I love how you framed the cute little panda. :)

  2. Oh my, this card is superb! The lemon and lime colour combination is rather mesmerizing. The white-on-kraft cardstock is divine, and that Notched Rectangles Die Set from Whimsy Stamps is a must-have staple. Thank you so much for sharing your talents, Rachel, you crackerjack! Cheers!