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It's Seal-Abrate Time!

Hello friends! Amy (The Craft Bunny) here. Now that it's April, I hope you are enjoying Spring in your city. I am already looking forward to Summer :) My family used to go to a theme park similar to SeaWorld in the summer. It was always a very fun experience. Today, I have channeled my happy memory to create a seal card.

The Seal-Abrate stamp set from Avery Elle is a small stamp set. I like this set very much because it is so affordable. However, small sets can be limiting when I build scenes. So, I combined it with MFT's Take the Stage Die-namics to make a simple performance scene.

Below is my step-by-step:

  1. Die cut the stage pieces from white card stock. Blend with Antique Linen and Salty Ocean distress inks. Mount with foam tape. Blend some Pumice Stone at the bottom to make a ground. Add some water droplets
  2. Stamp the seal and his stand with Momento Tuxedo Black ink. Color with Copic markers. Die cut out with coordinating dies. Mount with foam tape
  3. Die cut the show logo with MFT's Peek-A-Boo Die-namics. White heat emboss the sentiment (or show name in this case), then blend with distress ink and add some water. Mount onto a patterned paper circle
  4. Embellish the show logo with some Wink of Stella clear glitter and add some Lucy's Cards sequins

Are you excited for Summer? Let me know if you are going to see some ocean animals! Thank you for stopping by today. Have a wonderful weekend!


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