Today I am sharing one of the awesome cards we made at my May 2018 FMN class featuring the Waterfront stamp set. This set is perfect to create tranquil sceneries, whether it’s lakes lined with trees, tropical islands, or snow-covered forests.
This really cool scene was inspired by one I saw created by Lisa Tedder. As soon as I saw it, I knew I had to give it a try.
The So Many Shells stamp set was the perfect choice for the sentiment.
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Did you know you could color the rhinestone jewels with the Stampin’ Blends to coordinate with you project? We used the dark Bermuda Bay blends to color the rhinestones for this project,
Hope You Enjoy,
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