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Sister Stamps Release #16 -- Dolphin Set

Hi everyone!  It's time to preview some cute Sister Stamps!  Have you been visiting the Sister Stamps blog to read all about these new additions?  If not, you may want to head over there to meet the new sea creatures and the newest Chinese Zodiac members.  Plus you can comment for a chance to win one of these cute new stamps!

I thought I'd start with these adorable little dolphins!  Don't they look kind of chubby?  Too cute!  They totally look like they should be flipping over in the ocean so that's how I got my sentiment.  I just used my little label maker.  Sometimes I forget that I have that!

So it's an interactive card!  You can move the dolphins under the vellum.  I wanted them to look like they were flipping.  It might be a little bent since my youngest thought it was neat but wasn't too gentle.

Then the blue dolphin pops out.

I heat embossed the waves which is from a Lawn Fawn set.  Hope you enjoyed the little dolphin show.  It reminds me of our trips to Sea Life Park and Sea World.  Such fun times with the kiddies!

Please also check out the creations by these talented ladies!

Kerry (Guest DT)
Jenny (Sister Stamps)

Linda also has a You Tube channel!  Please check that out as well!

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Sabrina said…
What fun and how adorable!! I just love your card!!
OMGosh Eva, you are sooooo clever. Totally love the interactive card! Reminds me of when we went to Sea Life Park and Sea World too.
This is one flippin card... Awesome Eva!
Jenny said…
You just blew my mind!!!! That is amazing! Can't even wrap my brain around how you did it!
Jazzmom said…
I love how you made this interactive card ~ the dolphins really look like they are having fun in the water!
Heidi Brawley said…
OMG this is totally Adorable!!! My youngest daughter loves this too!! She was hoping for a video to see it move she said!! lol We just came back from Sea World about 3 weeks ago now. Had a Blast!!!
Debi said…
Absolutely LOVE!! So super cute and the interactive part is fun and SO amazing!
Anonymous said…
Wow...that's so neat how you did that! How do you come up with all these ideas? Amazing!
Cami said…
So cute! Love the water scene you created...awesome!
Leanne said…
ok Eva, this is just sooo out of the box AWESOME!! Wow!! You rock!!
Kerry said…
Oh my goodness Eva, this is totally awesome!! I love how the dolphins move!!! Amazing!!!
OMG! So cute! I want to make that - how'd you do it? Please share! TIA!
eunice said…
OMGosh, EVA!!!! This has got to be the CUTEST card ever! Totally am lovin' the interactive flippin' action of the adorable chubby dolphins. Hoping you'll give us a hint on how you created this!
Cheryl said…
Too cute! Love how they move! Cute hearts on the label maker.

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