The Mistletoe, turned up-side-down, in the kit reminded me of vegetation that you see in fish aquariums. So, I had to make my own fish and aquarium. Too funny how the mind works some times.
Again, I partially die cut the largest of SU's Deco Label Framelits Dies from an included Envelope and trimmed the bottom off for my aquarium. I then die cut the white back of a card base using the second largest die for the water. I adhered the white piece to the red piece with Mono Multi Purpose glue. Then I adhered it to my card base using Stampin' Dimensionals.
I cut the tops off some of the Mistletoe and adhered them up-side-down with Stampin' Dimensionals for the vegetation.
I punched a small circle from the Envelope liner for the fish body. I punched small circles for the fishes eyes, mouth and his Santa hat pom pom from Stampin' Up's Owl Builder Punch. I fussy cut the hat out of the envelope and glued it all together to form the fish and Santa Hat. Remember yesterday when I said you had to wait until today to see what I did with the tops of the Mistletoe. Well...they became the fins for my fish. Too funny! Anyways, I adhered the fish in the aquarium using double Stampin' Dimensionals.
I stamped and die cut the sentiment on the bulb print card base and a piece of the Cherry Cobbler Envelope using Stampin' Up's Tags & Labels Framelits. I adhered them together and to my card with Stampin' Dimensionals.
I adhered 3 pearls from the kit for the fishes air bubbles.
SU's Crystal Effects was added to the fishes fins, eyes, mouth and Santa Hat for some shine.
I LOVE my Paper Pumpkins!!!
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You can see my original Mistletoe & Holly Paper Pumpkin blog post at http://lynnslocker.blogspot.com/2015/11/stampin-up-paper-pumpkin-mistletoe.html
I will be posting my Paper Pumpkin cards that I designed at http://www.mypumpkinchallenge.blogspot.com/ when the challenge opens up.
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