June 2016 Name Tags-Nautical Card-Video

Hey Crafters!!It’s time for June’s Name Tag and Card.  This month I went with a Summer-Nautical theme just for something different and fun.  If you’re reading this blog post in an email and video doesn’t show, pop over to my blog and scroll down to the bottom of the post to view it.

For the tag, I cut heavy weight cream card stock by the Paper Studio to 2 1/2 inches by 3 1/4 inches for the vinyl name tag holders from Wal-mart Super Center.  

The Martha Stewart crab punch, cut in misc. red card stock and doodled on with Copics and Bics in various reds and pinks plus black for the eyes. Glossy Accents by Ranger was applied to the eyes and claws, plus Ranger Crackle to the oval part of the crab’s body.  

Impression Obsession mini shells set was cut in the same cream colored card stock and doodled on with Copics and Sharpie fine point markers, Glossy Accents was added to some areas of the shells and in some cases the whole shell.  

For the card, I used a 4 1/4 inch by 5 1/2 inch spare card base on my desk. Spellbinders Standard Circles Large were used to cut 2 circle dies, red card stock with the largest circle and cream card stock with the next size down circle die.  The sun didn’t stamp perfectly, totally my fault, but I just kept going.  Juggling a lot this week in preperation for the Independence Day holiday and crafting. 

The adorable Sun stamp is from Simon Says Stamp, Happy and Smiles set. Stamped in Stampin’UP! Daffodil Delight and Pixie Pink. Ranger Glossy Accents was used to glue everything down, since it’s Archival safe and will not bleach the card stocks. Enjoy!

Thanks for visiting!  Have a Creative Day and pop back over to see me soon!

Copics, Bics and Sharpies, White Gel pens used as follows:

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