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Wed 27

Whale Hello
by Donna Sledzik

Good morning everyone!

We are finally getting some warm temperatures here in New England so I thought a warm weather card was in order!

 

Donna1

I love all the new ocean themed products from the new Memory Box release!  

For my card today I only used the center portion of the Wonderful Whale Frame Die. 

Donna2

 I used white cardstock to die cut my pieces and sponged all the elements with Distress Oxide inks.  I misted the waves with plain water to create the look of water droplets.

I glued my background pieces to my card front and then added my whales and circle frame.  I used foam tape to adhere the largest whale to the card.

I stamped the sentiment with Versa Mark ink on a strip of black cardstock and heat embossed it with white embossing powder.  Using foam tape I glued this to the card.

Donna3

I glued the card front to a gray cardstock mat and using foam tape I adhered it to a white cardbase.  

To finish the card I added some Crystal Clear Nuvo Drops to the card!

I hope you all have a great day and thanks for stopping by today!

Donnasignature

 

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Comments

I love the circle you chose as it mimics waves. I had to search which one it was! Incase anyone else liked the circle with wave pattern it is from the die set: 94226 Sailboat Frame craft die

love your card!
blessings,
susie

I'm curious, where are you in New England? along the beautiful shore?
I'm in Hartford, CT!

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