Welcome back to the Happy Little Stampers Anything Goes with Dies challenge for the month of March. Be sure to play along with us as you have a chance to win a $15 Gift certificate. Can’t wait to see what all of you come up with.
For this month, I chose to use the Stampin Up! Seaside Shore Stamp set and the Shooting Stars Framelits Dies. I have to admit this is my first time making a card like this but I found it very easy to make. I know there appears to be quite a bit of stamping and coloring but overall the card doesn’t take to long to make. In fact, I made 9 of them for swap groups that I’m in.
To make this card I did the following:
- Started with my A2 size card base
- Cut out a piece of Black card stock 4″ X 5.25″
- Cut my Pool party card stock 3.75 X 5″
- Stamped my Bubbles (to make my background in Soft Sky)
- Stamped my sea weed with Momento Black
- Colored in my sea wood with Pool Party & mint macaroon (on the tips)
- Use my Circle slider frame lit to cut out the center and then stamped my sea weed and colored them
- I then used a piece of whisper white card stock to stamp my sentiment, fish, anchor, sea shell and star fish
- I then fussy cut each one out
- I used stampin dimensionals behind my bubble background layer in the corners and the center of my circle
- I used a circle punch (the size approx of a penny) to make the slider that would take the fish around the circle frame lit. I put a dimensional in between the two circles and one below the fish.
- I then applied the layers ( anchor, seashell, sentiment and starfish ) to my card. I did use stampin dimensionals for everything except the anchor.
- Lastly, I used my wink of stella to add a little bling to make images.
- For the inside of the card, I used my piece that was cut out to go around my sentiment and stamped sea weed at the bottom of my card. I added another fish to swim inside as well.
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I’m entering this also in the following:
Love to Scrap Challenge Blog LTSCB #95 – Anything Goes!