Rubbernecker Stamps – Seaing You Always Brightens My Day

RN July 4th post

Hello friends!

Today is the Fourth of July and I am sharing a fun, nautical themed card featuring products from Rubbernecker stamps.

In spirit of celebrating 4th of July I have decided to use red, white and blue with a pop of yellow for my card today πŸ™‚

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I have used only die cuts (except for the sentiment) to create this scene and some patterned papers I’ve had in my stash for a long time.

Once I chose the patterned papers I would use, I started die cutting all the pieces for my scene.

I started with waves using Waves Die Cut 5202-09D. This die comes with three different wave shapes and I just love how versatile this set is.

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I die cut the boats next with Boats #1 5202-06D Die Cut. They’re so adorable and perfectly sized for cards as well as layouts.

White puffy clouds were die cut from white cardstock with Clouds 5147-02D die.

Now that I had all my pieces cut, I started assembling the card.

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For the sky I used a piece of light blue card stock and layered the waves on the bottom. I adhered the boats, tucking two in the waves and adding one to the bottom front.

I stamped the sentiment (from 3109 Under The Sea stamp set) next and adhered the clouds.

I used paper trimmer to cut the frame, adhered it to the panel with foam tape and that finished my card πŸ™‚

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Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by – I really hope you like the card I have shared today.

I will see you next time, and until then I wish you Happy Crafting πŸ™‚

5 thoughts on “Rubbernecker Stamps – Seaing You Always Brightens My Day

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