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Create with Connie and Mary 237

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Woo hoo… it’s Friday! The end of another work week and the start of the glorious weekend! Do you all have some good stuff planned for this weekend? I’m off to Manhattan on Saturday morning and then I plan to have a relaxing day on Sunday. There is always so much to do and just not enough time to do it all. If I could give up sleep I gladly would! I could get so much more done!

Today’s post is for this weeks Create with Connie and Mary. This week we have a sketch challenge from the ladies…

CCMC 237

A nice clean layout with some great possibilities. The base of my card is Whisper White Card Stock. For the background I embossed a piece of Midnight Muse with the Perfect Polkadots Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. Before I adhered it to the card with SNAIL I used some Sticky Strip on the ends of the Pool Party ribbon from the Sycamore Street Ribbon and Button Pack to hold it in place. The panels are Sycamore Street Designer Series Paper and are cut out with the Scallop Rectangle Clearlit. I used my Stampin’ Trimmer to cut 1/3 off of each one and adhered them to the background with SNAIL. The fun little whale is form the Oh, Whale! Stamp Set and is stamped in Midnight Muse and cut out with the Happy Whale Clearlit. I mounted him to the card with some Stampin’ Dimensionals and used the same to adhere the greeting that is from the same stamp set and is stamped in Pool Party. I punched it out with the Word Window punch, it fits just perfectly! I really like the Pool Party and Midnight Muse together and the whale really is cute. I hope that you like my Create with Connie and Mary challenge card for this week. Thanks for visiting and I hope you have a fantastic Friday!

Stampin’ Up! products used:

Card Stock: Whisper White and Midnight Muse

Designer Series Paper: Sycamore Street

Ink: Midnight Muse and Pool Party Classic Stampin’ Ink

Stamp Set: Oh, Whale! Clear Mount

Embossing Folder: Perfect Polkadots

Embellishment: Sycamore Street Ribbon and Button Pack

Punch: Word Window

Clearlits: Scallop Rectangle and Happy Whale

Tools: Big Shot, Sticky Strip, Stampin’ Dimensionals and SNAIL

CCMC 237

Oh, Whale! CM

Perfect Polka Dots Texture Embossing Folder

Scallop Rectangle Clearlit

Happy Whale Clearlits Die

Word Window Punch

Sycamore Street DSP

Sycamore Street Ribbon & Button Pack

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31 responses »

  1. Thanks Justin for sharing this cute card! I just love the Whale stamp set, I’ve made a bunch of cards with it. Yes, we have great plans for this weekend because it’s my daughters’ 18th. birthday on Sunday! Happy Birthday to Sara! Tomorrow we(my older daughter Shay, Sara and I) will go into the city for some Birthday shopping and then on Sunday we are having a Superbowl Party around 3pm. When that is finished we are all taking Sara out to dinner for her birthday! You have a fun weekend! Take care,
    Donna from California!

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  2. What a cool card. I had to look up the Scallop Rectangle Die – guess what I’ll be ordering next week! I love how you’ve cut it. I will have to give this challenge a go myself. It’s Saturday here in New Zealand so it’s time to get the chores done then some crafting time this afternoon. I hope you have a great weekend and thanks for sharing your wonderful creations. I look forward to seeing your posts every day.

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    • Thank you Paula! That is the forst time I have used it and I reallik it. I kept thinking that I needed to use it with a stamp! Friday work day is almost over here and not soon enough. Good luck with your crafting later. Thank you very much for stopping by! 🙂

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  3. Wow – you can even make a whale look elegant! Excellent card! Have a Fabulous Weekend!

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  4. I got the whale stamp set and clearlit, but what is that image you show with the solid whale, star, fish, and anchor all in green? I want that too!

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  5. A very cute card and isnt that new ribbon pretty! I received mine yesterday!! Enjoy your day in Manhattan and then your relaxing Sunday!

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  6. Just lovin’ how that DSP looks like water! Perfect combination for the whale! Thanks for playing along this week at Create with Connie and Mary!

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  7. Oh, how clever to cut up the Scallop Rectangle. I haven’t used that at ALL…but now I’m inspired! Love the whale and the background DSP you used, too! Thanks for playing along with the sketch challenge on Create with Connie and Mary this week!

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  8. I just bought these coordinated products this week. Funny how they didn’t peak my interest for the pre-order period and now I’m in love with it all. Great job using this set. Such a cute baby card!

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  9. Great combo of colors and patterns to make this adorable card. Thanks so much for joining us this week at Create with Connie & Mary.

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  10. What a super cute card! Love how the dsp looks like waves behind the whale! And what a great sketch to use the scallop rectangle die! Very clever! Thanks for playing the challenge at Create with Connie and Mary!

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  11. Love how you tilted the sketch and used the ribbon on the vertical. What a cute stamp set and I just love how you used all blues to keep with the ocean theme.

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  12. My whale set just came today – he is so darn cute! I wasn’t planning to get it until I started seeing all the cuteness coming out of everyone. I hope you had a great weekend. Thanks for joining the challenge at Create with Connie & Mary this week – do you ever miss a week?
    Monika

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  13. Okay, the Sycamore DSP panels make perfect ocean waves for the whale–that’s brilliant. I am so happy you joined our sketch challenge this week at Create with Connie and Mary. Smiles, Elizabeth

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  14. How stinkin’ cute this is! Love the whale and LOVE how you turned the sketch on the side! AWESOME!! Thanks for playing along this week in the Create wit Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge!

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  15. This is so cute Justin! The designer series papers and the whale are fabulous together – I wouldn’t have thought of combining them, but they really do belong with each other! Thanks for joining us at Create with connie & Mary this week!

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