Wednesday, July 16, 2014

MCT Whatever Wednesday


It's Whatever Wednesday with My Creative Time - a day to pull out your MCT stamps and dies and just make whatever you want!  I needed to make a thank you note for my sister, and since she has bowls and jars of shells all over her house during the summer, this idea came to me.

My kraft card base is 3 3/4" x 4 1/4", and the striped layer, from Fancy Pants' Beach Bum collection, is cut at 3 1/2" x 4 1/4".  I trimmed the cream layer with one of the dies from MCT's Fun Stitched Edges Dies.  The sentiment is from Teeny Tag Greetings.


I die cut the shells and sea stars from Surf's Up out of white cardstock and then inked them up using different Tim Holtz distress inks.  I just love the Stitched Chunky Jar Dies, and the bigger jar was perfect for this card, cut out of clear cardstock.  By keeping one sea star out of the jar, I was able to glue down that corner of the jar, along with the top that is under the lid.  That was enough glue to keep the clear cardstock down, and it left no visible glue.

Be sure to stop by Emma's blog to see what she and the rest of the design team have for you today!

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7 comments:

jessica said...

LOVE your card Katie!!! The colors are so pretty!!
AWESOME job!!!

snappy scrappy said...

So gorgeous!!!!

Joan Smith said...

OMG Miss Katie....WHAT the SHELL!!
I love your Mason Jar of all the little sea goodies...OMG you sure came up with one SHELL of an idea.
YOU ROCK!!

quilt4fun2 said...

Lucky Sister to get this beauty! Clever way to glue the clear down. Your sister will love her card. Perfect for her shellscapes! Fabulous card.
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Stacey's Creative Corner said...

What a fun idea! Beautiful card! Hugs!

Beckie Williams said...

Great job! Thank you for sharing.

Kim H said...

Katie ~ this card is simply BEAUTIFUL! I LVOE the whole idea of seashells in a jar! The colors of the shells are stunning! I am going to have to borrow this idea for a PL card for our trip in August! BEAUTIFULLY done!