Sentiment: Casual font. Trim using Echo Park Die. Set aside.
Stamp waves image repeatedly on white cardstock panel. Lightly sponge blue ink around edges. Layer waves panel on red panel, then white, then blue card. covering entire panel. Set aside.
Using Love Letter Red, stamp sandcastle image on white cardstock. Repeat if image not dark enough. Using stamp positioner, stamp over red image with VersaMark. Heat emboss with clear. (Would have loved to use a Misti for this, but I don�e(TM)t have one.). I used a Stamp-a-ma- jig to stamp 2 red impressions and one using a VersaMark.
Adhere frames over sandcastle. Add white mini brads. Use dimensionals to secure sandcastle image with frames and sentiment to card front.
Date: Tuesday, July 9, 2019 GMT Views: 473
Registered: July 9, 2008 Location: Stars Fell on Alabama Posts: 63468
Wed, Jul 10, 2019 @ 5:15 AM
In my opinion, there is no better way to start a gallery than with an ocean scene. I love them. This is such a pretty card and I like the repeated stamping for the waves. A big welcome to the gallery.
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Wed, Jul 10, 2019 @ 7:51 AM
This is wonderful!!! I especially like the blue wave background, it’s the perfect backdrop for your sandcastle....and the red sand castle is so fun!
I smiled when I read that you used your stampamajig because you didn’t have a MISTI. I have a MISTI, but I find myself pulling out my Stampamajig quite often. It’s a dandy little tool and one I would hate to be without.
Welcome to SCS! You did an awesome job with your first upload - good close up shot of your card and excellent instructions. Can’t wait to see your next upload!