Sunday, July 26, 2020


Hello My Scrapping Cottage Friends

When I lived in South Carolina near the beach there were multiple shark sightings!  Needless to say when that happened the beaches cleared out very quickly!  The card I am sharing today reminds me of those days on the beaches in Hilton Head.  As a matter of fact this is going to one of my friends on the East Coast.

And don't forget to check out this release of dies in the online store.  This selection of dies features Pirates and Sea Creatures! There are 14 awesome designs in the collection and you are going to want each and everyone of them.   And there is more!! There is another brand new set of dies out called Beach and Tropical Release.  Be watching for our team to create some card designs with this awesome collection.

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 1.  Cut a piece of white card stock 4 1/8 x 4 1/8 then using the largest Pierced Square die cut a square out of the middle of the 4 1/8 x 4 1/8 piece.  This will create a white frame.  Use a white A2 piece of card stock as the card base.  Cut out a 4 x 4 piece of ocean DP and a 1 x 4 piece of brown card stock cut with a slight hill for the ocean floor
2.  Using the Shark die cut out grey and white card stock.  Use the Mermaid die to cut out the seaweed in two shades of green.  Last use the Paddle and Rope Ladder die to cut out the rope and starfish
3.  Glue the Ocean DP flat to the center of the card front and add the ocean floor.  Place dimension tape to the back of the white frame and attach it around the ocean
4.  Shade all of the die cut pieces and using a fine tip glue applicator assemble the pieces
5.  Glue down the seaweed and add the rope.  Next finish by added additional seaweed, starfish and the shark
6.  I also used some additional tiny fish from the Paddle and Rope Ladder cut.  I cut them in navy and added them above the shark.  Stamp your sentiment and layer onto green and your card is complete

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