Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Creative & Company Team Showcase - Whitney Babash

I am so excited to introduce Whitney Babash as my Creative & Company Team Showcase Stamper. She wanted to work with the Timeless Arrangements Bundle, which includes the stamps set & coordinating Timeless Arrangements Dies. Whitney makes beautiful projects and shares her creating on her social accounts, please take a look and follow!

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/whitney_babash

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100089985347006

Blog - https://whitneybabashpapercrafts.blogspot.com

I love the cards she created and am excited to share them with you here.

This was the first card idea she had when she saw the dies; the thank you card and table cards came much later as she played with leftover pieces.  The inspiration was her wedding. Her dress inspired the card, which was linen with lace appliques on the skirt and a floral drop lace edge suspended from the hem. She also pulled in Blueberry Bushel which was the ink color they used on her wedding invitations.

I love how she used this beautiful memory to create this set of cards.

One trick she gives for putting together all the die cuts, was to cut a sentiment square in vellum and build the die cuts onto the front of the vellum, then add the cardstock with the greeting on top. Great Tip!

There are also two versions of the Thank You Card. Which one do you like the best?

Whitney says that this next card started out as an idea to create desert blooms, but turned into more of an English garden. The dense layering of die cut creates a beautiful garden with bold colors.

I love how she layers them over the Azure Afternoon Designer Series Paper from the Bright and Beautiful pack. It gives the perfect sky texture creating a lovely scene.

The inside of the card has lighter Berry Burst blending to soften the white of the CS.

Whitney mentions when talking about this next card, “I’m really pleased with this one – a middle of the night thought that came together so quickly on the first try!  I’d been playing with the dies and needed to use the stamp set.  The inspiration was the anonymous Banksy, who is a street artist, and his murals.”

She used blending brushes to lay down some Smoky Slate and Gray Granite inks, then stamped the flowers and sentiment in Memento black. She used a blender pen to add some Real Red to the one flower giving it a focal point, which is similar to Banksy’s designs. Then she ran the panel through the new Exposed Brick Embossing Folder and added some touch ups of Smoky Slate and Gray Granite to pick up the texture.  Then added it to a cardbase of Basic Black Cardstock.

For the inside, she added a light tough of Gray Granite with a Blending Brush and stamped & colored another flower.

I love how she found inspiration through another artist and used their style to create her own art. Wonderful!

She created this Christmas Themed Card by stamping three sets of leaves in Soft Sea Foam on Basic White Cardstock. She used a Blender Pen to color the leaves with the same ink and die cut them out. Layering them together makes them look like a bunch of mistletoe. Add three pearls and a small Sweet Sorbet bow and this card comes together perfectly. I love the simplicity of this card. Gorgeous.

I love this next set of cards. They are simple and easy to make for any occasion. She created a circle stencil and used a Blending Brush with Wild Wheat or Fresh Freesia ink. She kept the stencil in place and stamped some flowers in Night of Navy.


This Happy Birthday Card is more traditional and elegant. She took a base of Very Vanilla Cardstock and stamped a layer of overlapping leaves in Soft Sea Foam ink. Then stamped the same leaves in Garden Green and the berries/flowers with Berry Burst, added some color with a Blender Pen, and die cut them. Add a couple Tinsel Gems and the card is done. 

Thanks so much Whitney for these beautiful cards you made. They give us great inspiration for new ways to use the Timeless Arrangement Bundle. You are awesome!

Here are some of the products Whitney used to create her cards. (this is not a full supply list)

Product List



Have a creative day,


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