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Shell-abrate (a lotl)!!

Hey crafty friends!

It’s Julia here with with a super fun interactive center picture window unterwater birthday card (wow that's a mouth full lol)! I totally fell in love with the adorable axolotl stamp that was recently released by Lawn Fawn and I couldn't wait to use it! So I paired it with lots of other unterwater sets by Lawn Fawn to create my fun interactive card!

First I stamped my images from the I like You (a lotl), Seahorsin' Around, Mermaid For You, FintasticFriends, Keep on Swimming, You Are Sublime, Christmas Fishes, OceanShell-Fie and Manetee-rific stamp sets onto Neenah Solar White cardstock and colored them in using Copic Markers.



I die cut the all the elements for the Center Picture Window card as well as the heart add-on. I ink blended the panels using Peacock Feathers and Chipped Sapphire Distress Oxide for the ocean and Antique Linen with splatters of Vintage Photo for the sand. I used the MFT Ray of Light Stencil and white pigment ink to add the rays and I also added water splatters to the panel to create texture. Then, I die cut one wavy banner and second banner using the die from the
Center Picture Window set and colored them with Copic Markers. Then I heat embossed my punny sentiments in white. Those really just crack me up! lol

I assembled the card (you can watch the video below to see exactly how I did that) and added all my images using liquid glue.


 
Finally, I added lots of shimmer pen!

If you want to see how this card came together you can click on the video below!


I had so much fun making this card (totally snickering to myself every time I read the sentiments) so I really hope you like it as well!

Thank you so much for spending time with me and I hope you have an amazing day!

Julia

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