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Project - SOF12 Hangover - Shrink, Treason, Ban Her Combo

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Your charms are really cute! I love how you just punched the waves in the middle. This card is so much fun!

Very cool! I love your shrunken pieces. They look great. Thank you for playing. Daria

djc

Wow, that's amazing! Those charms are just gorgeous, and the whole card is so lovely and summery and relaxing looking! Fantastic job!

Hi, Melissa! I love, love, LOVE your charms! They look so cute hung from the hemp cord! Thank you so much for sharing your SOF12 Hangover creation for the Shrink Plastic Challenge! ♥

Wow, the charms are so cute! They look like A LOT of work! But it totally turned out great! I love the sentiment you chose with this theme, very fun! Good job!

All the little charms came out really cute. Love that pail and shovel.

Project - SOF12 Hangover - Shrink, Treason, Ban Her Combo
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Project - SOF12 Hangover - Shrink, Treason, Ban Her Combo
by yellowcherrios
posted 10/26/12 at 12:22 PM
Galleries: Cardmaking

This is my card for the following challenges:
-Shrink Plastic Challenge
-Season's Treason Challenge
-Ban Her Challenge

I cut out all the sea items out of Shrink Plastic and colored them and stamped them before heating with my heating tool. Yes the plastic WILL curl up on you, but I found if you just kept heating (both sides at times too) it uncurls itself like it does in the oven.

I then hung them on hemp chording with knots to separate the “charms”. To make the charms hang facing me, I had to add “jump rings” like in jewelry-making, but I used thread rather than actual metal jump rings.

I stamped the seashell stamp ($1.00 from Michaels last year) around the edges with distressed ink. I stamped the rubber stamp lighthouse with black distressed ink, but the sentiment (from a Christmas stamp set) had to be stamped with Versafine since it is a clear stamp.

I matted with black CS, but right before doing so, I punched the Fiskar wave border punch.

TFL!

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