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Travel

Alaska Starfish

Last summer my husband and I went to his hometown of
Ketchikan, Alaska for a visit.  One of
the days we were there, the tide was unusually low at minus 21 feet!  So we got up early to take advantage and see
what we could find.  Among many other
things, I found this beautiful red starfish. 
So I pulled out a sketch from the My Scraps & More Sketch Book and used
the Creative Memories curvy cutter to create my wavy border.  (The cut-away piece is on the bottom of the
page.) 

Alaska Starfish R1

Then I used Kreaxions Punch 915 with
no template and punched alternately on each side of the border. 

Alaska Starfish - Border

I used the cut-away triangular pieces for
accents around the page. 

Alaska Starfish - Corner

Finally,
Template C gave the corners of the picture some personality.  I cut two circles with the Kreaxions Circle
Cutter
and drew double wavy lines on them for accent.  And to finish off the page I added Dew Drops
from The Robin’s Nest to enhance different areas. 

Alaska Starfish - Circle
Alcohol inks colored the chipboard
letters and edges all of the papers. 

Circle cutter1
915

Materials – Sketch by Kristine Davidson for My Scraps &
More; Papers – Echo Park; Chipboard Letters, Alcohol Ink – Ranger; Punch –
Kreaxions #915; Bling – Dewdrops; Stickers – Unknown; Pens – At You Spica,
Inkessentials; Curvy Cutter – Creative Memories; Circle Cutter – Kreaxions

I hope this inspires you do to your own unique beachy, summer pages!  Happy Punching!  Ginni Gass

6 thoughts on “Alaska Starfish

  1. Lisa M.

    Love your wavy border Ginni!

  2. Bev Code

    fab job Ginni…great wavey border punched and love the use of pieces for fun accents

  3. Wendi R

    lovin the page and great wave to it!!!

  4. Jasmine

    Great page, Ginni! Fantastic picture!
    -Jazz

  5. vicki r

    Wonderful LO, Ginni!

  6. Charity Hotrum

    such amazing photos can be taken at low tide!!!

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Circle Cutter-

Punch 915-

Travel

Alaska Starfish

Last summer my husband and I went to his hometown of
Ketchikan, Alaska for a visit.  One of
the days we were there, the tide was unusually low at minus 21 feet!  So we got up early to take advantage and see
what we could find.  Among many other
things, I found this beautiful red starfish. 
So I pulled out a sketch from the My Scraps & More Sketch Book and used
the Creative Memories curvy cutter to create my wavy border.  (The cut-away piece is on the bottom of the
page.) 

Alaska Starfish R1

Then I used Kreaxions Punch 915 with
no template and punched alternately on each side of the border. 

Alaska Starfish - Border

I used the cut-away triangular pieces for
accents around the page. 

Alaska Starfish - Corner

Finally,
Template C gave the corners of the picture some personality.  I cut two circles with the Kreaxions Circle
Cutter
and drew double wavy lines on them for accent.  And to finish off the page I added Dew Drops
from The Robin’s Nest to enhance different areas. 

Alaska Starfish - Circle
Alcohol inks colored the chipboard
letters and edges all of the papers. 

Circle cutter1
915

Materials – Sketch by Kristine Davidson for My Scraps &
More; Papers – Echo Park; Chipboard Letters, Alcohol Ink – Ranger; Punch –
Kreaxions #915; Bling – Dewdrops; Stickers – Unknown; Pens – At You Spica,
Inkessentials; Curvy Cutter – Creative Memories; Circle Cutter – Kreaxions

I hope this inspires you do to your own unique beachy, summer pages!  Happy Punching!  Ginni Gass

6 thoughts on “Alaska Starfish

  1. Lisa M.

    Love your wavy border Ginni!

  2. Bev Code

    fab job Ginni…great wavey border punched and love the use of pieces for fun accents

  3. Wendi R

    lovin the page and great wave to it!!!

  4. Jasmine

    Great page, Ginni! Fantastic picture!
    -Jazz

  5. vicki r

    Wonderful LO, Ginni!

  6. Charity Hotrum

    such amazing photos can be taken at low tide!!!

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Your email address will not be published.