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Xyron & Waffle Flower

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XYRON & WAFFLE FLOWER BLOG HOP
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 For my card today I've used the Waffle Flower Birthday Fishes Stamp Set & Dies

I also used the new "Let's Be Mermaids" 6x6 paper pad from Echo Park Paper.  

I prepared the two mats for the A2 card can ran them through the Creative Station Lite.  

The large fish was stamped several times onto different patters of paper with Staz-On ink.
The pieces were carefully trimmed out and placed into the 1.5" Sticker Maker.

 Just give a good rub and peel away the film on top.  Now the pieces are ready to be
layered together!

After die-cutting the intricate "Awesome" word, it was also ran through the 1.5"
Sticker Maker.  This is such a fantastic adhesive tool for small pieces!


I used the background die for the fish and cut out a white background, which the pieced
fishes were added to.  I stamped the bubbles with a ocean blue and highlighted with
blue enamel dots.  The hats were adorned with tiny poms for extra texture!

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Comments

  1. I need to pick up some mini pom poms! Adorable card!

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  2. Xyron looks like the perfect solution to small accents & sentiments! Love those cute fish!!!! :)

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  3. Cute card! Fun stamp set and dies! The Sticker Maker looks like a perfect adhesive to use with die cut pieces!

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  4. I love this card, the details work together so well. Background even looks like water. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. LOL. Oh Shellye, this is way too cute! Love the pompoms, just precious!
    I have the little Xyron X and until recently didn't know they had the really large one. That would be amazing to have.

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  6. Your card is really adorable. Just love your idea.

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  7. Your card is adorable. Love the patterned paper you used on the back ground. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  8. Such a cute card - full of awesome and amazing details!!!

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