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Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Creative borders using Maritime Collection from Creative Memories. Great for beach, sea, sailing and ocean Scrapbook pages

⚓AHOY! I made these borders with the Maritime collection paper, embellishments, laser die cuts and the Rolling Waves Border Maker cartridge from Creative Memories.⛵🐚🌊🦀

Border #1 AHOY
Cut 2 wave borders using the Rolling Waves Border Maker cartridge out of dark blue paper with ship wheels on it. Make sure you keep the thin strip of paper that is left behind. You will use that to put behind the wheel laser die cut.
Cut a 1" strip out of the white paper.
Assemble the border by using your Precision Point adhesive pen and on back side of ship wheel laser die cut, dot with glue to attach thin left over strips from the Rolling Wave border. Then attach that to white strip. Then with tape runner, tape the waves behind the white strip. From sticker sheet add the ship wheel in circle and take pop-up dots on the word "AHOY".

Border 2 Dreaming of the Sea
Cut out 2 wave borders using the Rolling Waves Border Maker cartridge. Make sure when you cut second wave that you flip your paper before you cut so you get pattern to line up because you'll need to flip border for them to line up. Cut a white cardstock strip 2" in length. Attach waves to strip with your tape runner. Making sure to flip so they look like a heart but when turned on a horizontal it looks like fish. 🐠 Use the pop-up dots and add to the back of the sticker worded "Dreaming of the Sea".

Border 3
I used border two as base and added the seaweed laser die cut on top. Embellish as pictured using the Maritime stickers.

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Candace
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