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Hero Arts Reef Border Fancy Frame Die

Hero Arts Reef Border Die Cutting

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Howdy! Here I am with a sparkle and shine project. It’s a new month and time is flying. With a new month comes a new challenge and for July it is Sparkle and Shine.

Hero Arts Reef Border Fancy Frame Die

For the background of my card it’s about shimmer. I put some alcohol ink on Silver Sparkle Yupo paper. Let me just say it is a great look.

I then used just the center part of the Hero Arts Reef Border die to cut the fun window out of the Neenah white paper.

For the turtle and seahorse I stamped those and die cut them. They are from two different Hero Arts sets. After die cutting them I added Stickles to the turtle and down the seahorse (a little hard to see in the photo). I used Hero Arts cube inks for the turtle and seahorse. The seahorse ink is Hero Arts new reactive ink.

For the sentiment I die cut that out of the same shimmer panel used for the background.

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4 thoughts on “Hero Arts Reef Border Die Cutting

  1. Wow what a beautiful ocean scene!! I want to dive into that shimmery water!!

  2. Beautiful background for the die cut and adding the turtle and seahorse are perfect accompaniments to the lovely die.

  3. Love this little scene Karen!

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