(2019 c43) My Friend Flipper


Slider slot cut with  Lawn Fawn Slide on Over Lawn Cuts Dies LF1202.  See how MY FRIEND FLIPPER flips & flips across the inside of the bottle in photos below:

The background for the Jar was first stamped with Fintastic Friends by Lawn Fawn & colored with Copics, then I topped them with Versamark Embossing Pen then heat embossed with clear Ranger Embossing Powder , so they would resist the inks.   Next I sponged with Distress Oxide Inks by Ranger , then finally I wiped the ink off of the heat embossed bubbles, crab and seaweed.  Then I cut the waves with Making Waves Cover Die by Mama Elephant.  The same resist technique was used for the sentiment label also.

For the jar, I taped the 2 jar shapes together so I could cut frames & cut several from  a cardboard cracker box and one from white cardstock.  I glued them all together & sponged the top layer with Distress Oxide Inks by Ranger  and then inked with Versamark Ink  and heat embossed with clear Ranger Embossing Powder .

Challenges Entered:

MamaElephantBlog:  Top Card Contest    #mamaelephanttopcardcontest

SimonSaysStamp:  Work It Wednesday – Pet Project

SimonSaysStamp:  (Mon.) Happy Hour (When I was a Kid my Happy Hour was when I could watch the TV show MY FRIEND FLIPPER

TheCat’sPajamas Chal. #357 – Move It (Interactive)

WordArtWednesday:  Chal # 386-387 – Anything Goes

PowerPoppy:  Simply Resistable


  1. Verna Angerhofer

    So very cute…love the water scene in the jar.

  2. Oh my gosh Lagene — this card is just too sweet! I am sure whoever receives this card will be smiling from ear to ear! Just darling!

  3. Lisa Bzibziak

    Oh I love this!! Great idea and adorable!

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