Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Triton Shell / Blog Hop

Hi ... Happy June to you all! 
Welcome to the Serendipity Stamps blog hop where you have a chance to win a $20 gift certificate
 to the store, just by leaving a comment.

This is an old product I had 
Pictures showing front and back

I heat embossed this beautiful Shell from Serendipity Stamps using this sandy shiny embossing powder.
I fussy cut only the top of the shell and used some fun foam underneath to raise it up, that gave me just enough 
lift to add the pretty pink posh jewels.

It feels and looks like sand in-person, with just a bit of shimmer.
 Thanks for stopping by today.

Design Team
Mary's Blog ( store owner)

Triton Shell

May The Peace of the Lord


  1. Gorgeous shell, Marybeth and the sentiment is so perfect! I love how you cut the top of the shell and raised it up...great dimension on the card and those jewels are beautiful! Heart Hugs, Colleen

  2. Oh that brings back memories! I think I have some of that PSX Tapestry embossing powder too! Love the texture on your shell and the little "drops of water"!

  3. Elegant card with this beautiful Triton Shell design! Love the texture and color of the embossing powder!

  4. Very lovely card!!! This is a great stamp!! I love the size of it!!!

  5. This looks amazing. I wish I coudl see it IRL!

  6. a fabulous stamp to use - love it!

  7. Very pretty. I like the embossing powder you used.

  8. Oh awesome way to
    partial die cut the
    shell and showcase
    The gems, very pretty.
    Carla from Utah

  9. Wow awesome card!! I love that sandy embossing powder you used for the shell!!

  10. Beautiful, Marybeth ... a gorgeous sandy shimmery shell ... and a wonderful sentiment! Love how the scripty font mimics the curves and swirls on the shell! Hugs, Anita :)

  11. I love the way you've embossed and cut this shell, Marybeth! Beautiful!!!

  12. The embossing really makes the shell beautiful.
    Fantastic card.
    thanks for sharing


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