Poppystamps April Challenge: Splish Splash!

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April is here, and so is another amazing challenge from Poppystamps! April’s challenge is Splish Splash, and all you have to do is link up your Splish Splash themed project over on the Poppystamps blog for your chance to win a beautiful new die! Get all the details right here: http://poppystamps.typepad.com/poppystamps/

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When I saw these dies from the newest Poppystamps release, I knew they would all work together perfectly to create this little beach scene! I used Water Spouts and the cute little Whale Family, and added black pearl beads for eyes. The swirly ocean waves were created with Marina Sailboats, and the lighthouses are from the Small Lighthouses and the Seaside Lighthouse dies. To make the sandy beach dunes, I used the clouds from the High Flying Kites. It’s a bright and cheerful summer scene!

You can find more great inspiration and ideas over at the Poppystamps blog from our very talented team of designers! Play along with this month’s April challenge for your chance to win, and stay tuned for a big April surprise you won’t want to miss!

Thanks for joining me today!

Live your life in color!

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3 thoughts on “Poppystamps April Challenge: Splish Splash!

  1. Judy says:

    OMG!! This is ONE CUTE CARD!! I LOVE IT, and am adding every die you used to my HUGE wish list!! Thank you for the inspiration!! 🙂

    P.S. Thank you also for including a list of the dies you used!! That is so helpful, because I LOVE your cards and quite often want to try to recreate them!!

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