Create the Aquarium:
1. Die cut one aquarium and two long bases out of silver cardstock.
2. On a piece of white cardstock, mask off an area with Lawn Fawn’s Hillside stencil and ink blend the pebble
ground of the aquarium with distress ink, splattering the same ink mixed with water over the blended
4. Cut the ink blended cardstock to match the size of the aquarium die cut.
Stamp and color the images:
1. In the MISTI, position the side facing octopus, jellyfish, and fish stamps along with the seaweed and two rock
images from Lawn Fawn’s Ocean Shell-fie stamp set on white cardstock.
2. Shut the door of the MISTI to pick up the stamps.
3. Ink them with Copic friendly ink (Lawn Fawn Jet Black).
4. Shut the door of the MISTI to apply the ink to the paper.
5. Color the images with Copic Markers.
6. Cut out the images using the coordinating dies with a die cutting machine.
Create Selfie Photo:
1. Die cut a photo frame from Lawn Fawn’s Magic Iris Camera Pull Tab Add-on from white cardstock.
2. Stamp and mask the forward facing fish and jellyfish from Ocean Shell-fie on a piece of white cardstock,
making sure they fit inside the photo frame opening.
3. Stamp the front facing octopus over the masked fish.
4. Take off the masks and color the images with Copic Markers, including the background to match the colors
inside the aquarium.
5. Die cut the little scene using the photo frame die, centering the images in the frame.
Create the front panel and complete the card:
1. Cut a 5.5”x 2” purple patterned paper from Lawn Fawn’s Really Rainbow 6x6 paper pack.
2. Cut a 5.5”x 2.5” yellow patterned paper from Lawn Fawn’s Watercolor Wishes 6x6 paper pack.
3. Adhere the yellow paper to the top portion of a 4.25”x5.5” notecard.
4. Adhere the purple paper to the bottom portion of the card, overlapping the yellow paper.
5. Arrange the aquarium and photo frame on the front panel to determine where to place the sentiments on
6. Stamp the sentiments in Lawn Fawn’s Jet Black ink.
7. Adhere the aquarium and its contents on the panel, and pop up the photo and frame overlapping the
aquarium on the panel.