Create A Smile Stamps | Sending Sunshine Video Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to my stop on the Create a Smile stamps Sending Sunshine video blog hop. The exclusive Sending Sunshine kit is full of fun stuff to create a ton of cards. I love the variety of products that come in the kit and I had so much fun creating with it.

For my card, I used the adorable lobster image from the stamp set as my focal point and created a fun scene around him with the patterned papers and the enamel dots.


I love how the design on the aqua paper looks like water and I like the subtle colour of the aqua and grey papers together. I added a piece of vellum as well to tone down the paper even more so the lobster really stood out on the card.


I stamped the sentiment onto a white cardstock banner that I had diecut and adhered it directly on the vellum overlay. I added the lobster with foam adhesive and completed the card by adding some of the enamel dots above and below the lobster.

To see how I created my card, you can watch the video below:



Make sure to head to Nicole Picadura's video for the next stop in the hop!

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36 comments:

  1. love your card and how you used the enamel dots from this fabulous card kit as air bubbles, the patterned paper as your sea is genius, thank you for sharing!

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  2. Cute card! the colors on your card are awesome.

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  3. Love the card...
    Thanks for sharing...
    Jenny

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  4. Cute, stunning and perfect video and technique.

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  5. such a cute card, love how you used enamel dots for the bubbles ♥

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  6. Your card is so beautiful and cute! I love that your lobster is shinny and has dot bubbles! I also love your background! Thank you for sharing and for inspiring!

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  7. This is so adorable Stephanie! Love the sparkly lobster, in my world everything sparkles!

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  8. Great card. Really like the enamel dots used as bubbles. I think Mr. Lobster is winning out in this hop :)

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  9. Love your design using this awesome card kit. Great colors great job. TFS

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  10. Love your card design. This little lobster is so cute and so is the sentiment. I have these spectrum noir markers but I was wondering what brand of white cardstock you used to ensure good blending. jeandonny2000 at hotmail dot com

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    1. I usually use Neenah Solar White 80lb. cardstock. ;)

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  11. the stripes do make a great water scene. the vellum helped mask the bright color.
    The lobster is colored so pretty.
    thanks for sharing a darling card.

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  12. Great card! I'm so very happy that you used Spectrum Noir Markers instead of Copics because that is what I have....Cute, Cute, Cute card...Thanks.

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  13. Your card is way too cute! will totally be purchasing this kit!

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  14. Very cute card! Thanks for the video too. ☺

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  15. Very cute card! Thanks for the video too. ☺

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  16. Adorable card and great video! I like this kit! Thank you for the video blog hop!

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  17. Cute card. A great job with it.

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  18. Great job featuring the papers in this kit, Stephanie. I loved your liberal use of the aqua enamel dots. And your lobster can pinch me, anytime! (so cute).

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  19. Well done Stephanie. I like the way you incorporated the aqua paper behind the vellum, it really does look like waves. Finishing off this adorable card by popping up the lobster and using enamel dots, brings it all together in a fun way.
    (IG) Maggieb1983

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  20. wow, i really like this, awesome creation

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  21. So lovely, i like the soft stripey paper and the vellum with the bold coloured lobster on top.

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  22. This is so cute, Stephanie! Love your lobster w/bubbles and that sentiment is totally fun. Thanks, this kit looks like Summer fun. Paulette S.
    craftqueen417 at yahoo dot com
    http://paulettesprettypapercrafts dot wordpress dot com

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