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Today’s card is for Unity’s Bachelor Challenge #5.  The challenge was to use something on your card or project from around the house that you do not normally use on your paper crafting.  Well I chose some cute little seashells and used them with some of my new Unity Stamps!  Yup.. they arrived, and they are WONDERFUL!!

I used my Nestabilities to cut a 4-1/4″ square card into a shell shape to keep with the theme.  To get your card to sit straight after cutting, make sure that you cut it with two scallops across the bottom that are straight with the fold.

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The shells are attached with little glue dots.  The boat and sails have been cut out and popped up with dimensionals.  Copics were used to color the boat and shell images.  A Copic Multiliner was used to draw fine lines between the stripes on the largest sail.

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Aren’t these stamps the cutest!  They are from Unity’s Kit called “Beach Days & Sun Rays”.  Thank you, Unity, for sending me such a wonderful and fun assortment of stamps!

Happy Crafting (for sure!!)smileywaterwindsurferani.gif

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Stamps: Unity “Beach Days & Sun Rays”

Papers: DP K&Co. “Hannah Blue & Ivory; Very Vanilla and Taken with Teal

Inks: Memento “Tuxedo Black”; Taken with Teal; Copic Black Multiliner 0.1 and Copic Markers:

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Accessories: Nestabilities; Seashells, Sheer Ribbon, Kaiser Pearl

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