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Best Fishes, CCMC 421

It’s Thursday, Create with Connie and Mary day!

We have a super great sketch to work with –

CCMC421

When was the last time you did some series fussy cutting? Me, not long ago because I just had to create this little stinker, no pun intended –

libbystamps, stampin up, CCMC421, Seaside Shore, By the Shore DSP, Labeler, Seaside EF, fishes card

Isn’t this just adorbs? Such a fun, fun card! Could be wedding or good luck or even birthday, and it’s gender neutral!

I recently got both these sets. I was so inspired! But, there are not dies to go with it, only scissors.

libbystamps, stampin up, CCMC421, Seaside Shore, By the Shore DSP, Labeler, Seaside EF, fishes card

Some nifty tips I used as I created this. The two circles were punched first, then embossed. The line of sequins – I glued them to a thin strip of card stock to keep them in a perfect line. The letters were stamped them individually cut out and glued down. The fishes and plants were also cut out, yes individually.

libbystamps, stampin up, CCMC421, Seaside Shore, By the Shore DSP, Labeler, Seaside EF, fishes card

Lots of work. Lovely outcome.  You agree?

Head on over to Create with Connie and Mary to see what the other fabulously talented designers created with the sketch. And PLAY ALONG with us! We love to see how you interpret our sketches!

Supplies used –

  • Stamp Sets – Seaside Shore, Labeler
  • Ink – Dapper Denim
  • Card Stock – Very Vanilla
  • DSP – By the Shore
  • Big Shot – Seaside EF
  • Other – Silver Sequin Trim, Tombow Liquid Glue
Happy Stampin’
Libby
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8 thoughts on “Best Fishes, CCMC 421

  1. Not sure why SU didn’t create a Framelit to go with this set! I love it, but does take a little more work cutting everything out! Your card is DARLING…love the details of the sequins an best fishes greeting! TOO cute! Great job with the sketch challenge this week!

  2. Well, I was going to ask you how you colored your sequins red, white and blue…but it must be a reflection in the first photo! LOL! Very fun nautical card!

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