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Ocean Fish
by Candice Crawford

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Hi there crafty friends, Candice here on the blog sharing a very fun card using the new Ocean Fish Embossing Folder, Stencil and coordinating cutting dies from Memory Box. This combination of products from Memory Box can create beautiful 3D embossed images that can be cut out with the coordinating die that comes together in one set.  

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Creating with this new product collection is very easy. Simply die cut the fish images from a sheet of white cardstock. Then use the coordinating stencils and your Distress Oxide inks to color your die cut pieces. The stencil lines up perfectly with the die cuts to create stunning two tone colored fish.  I added a bit of white gel pen for more dimension to the images.

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Lastly die cut your colored images using the coordinating dies that come with the embossing folder. For the background on my card I used the Underwater 3D embossing folder from Memory Box, that I colored using my Distress Oxide inks in Mermaid Lagoon, Blueprint Sketch and Salty Ocean. The sentiment comes from the Poppystamps Whittle Sealife Sentiments stamp set, which  I stamped in VersaMark Ink, heat embossed with white embossing powder and cut out with a small circle punch.  The puns in this stamp set are perfect for this card. To frame up my fish, I use the Stitched Rectangle Trimmings dies from Memory Box that I cut from gold mirror cardstock. 

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I has so much fun creating this card and I just loved the way this card came out. I hope you enjoyed the bit of inspiration today. Until next time.....Happy Crafting!Candice Floral Signature copy

 

 

 

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Comments

Hi Candice, This is a lovely card, the fishes are beautiful and the sentiment is 'genius'.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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