Thursday, May 15, 2014

Thanks Fill 'er Up T -Under the Sea Card

Gurgle Gurgle....Hi there, today's share is an Under the Sea inspired Thank you card.

Last week Suzanne over at Quietfire Design challenged the Design Team to come up with 
cards using the newly released  Thanks Fill 'er Up T Stamp.

Here's what I came up with. 

To make this card start with a 5"x7" cardstock base.
Use SB MB Sea beauty to dry emboss a piece silver cardstock.
Lightly rub perfect medium over bottom third of embossed cardstock. Then add perfect pearls mixing and colouring coral as you go.
Cut a piece of clear cellophane larger than panel to provide a 1/2" all around overlap to tape to back of panel.
Stamp Thanks and add outline stickers. On back colour the T with permanent marker.
Adhere cellophane to panel with EZ runner tape, add outline stickers, colour where needed with permanent markers.
To complete adhere panel to cardbase with EZ runner tape and add paper cord to bottom.

Supplies used:
Stamp -Quietfire Design -Thanks Fill 'er Up T
Cardstock -DCWV Metallic Stack (Silver), Stampin Up -Not Quite Navy
Ink -StazOn (Jet Black)
Markers - Bic Mark It
EF -SB Mbossiblities ES007 (Sea beauty)
Perfect Medium and Pearls (Mint, Mandarin, Blue raspberry, Cappuccino
3L Scrapbook Adhesives EZ Runner tape
Peel Offs -Tropical fish
Misc. White Paper Cord, Circles for bubbles, Dollar Store Cellophane

For more exciting options visit Quietfire Creations Blog 
to see what the other designers came up with!

Thank you for stopping by today!

Entered in Die Cut Diva's May Challenge


  1. Love all the texture and layering with acetate!
    thanks!( no pun intended!)

  2. Oh! You clever girl! When I saw your snapshot earlier this week I had wondered how you made the card front! That is fantastic! I need to try that acetate technique!

    Have a great day! Hugs

  3. Beautiful Jutta! You know beachy theme things are my favourite!

  4. very interesting with the embossing behind the word. Have a great day

  5. How lovely. Beautifully done.

    So glad you could join us at Die Cut Divas.

  6. Fabulous. Thanks for joining us at Die Cut Divas


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