Monday, 4 May 2015

Under the sea

Hi crafter's

This my entry to the Chocolate Baroque colour challenge. The stamp set I used was Seaside Dreams. I love stamps to do with the sea and these shells are great, loved colouring them in. I started by stamping the shells in black ink. Hold the Art Is stencil by The Crafters Workshop in place and ink though with Wild Honey, don't go over the shells. Now use the Wavy Dots stencil from Clarity using Eggplant down the sides, blending a little Wild Honey at the bottom. Colour the shells in with Spectrum Noir colouring pencils. Add highlights with Copic Opaque White. Ink up Let Your Dreams in grey ink and stamp randomly. Colour the background with brushes and Cranberry and Wild Honey ink. To frame I used Flitter Glue and Gold gilding flakes. Stamp the words By The Sea on a scrap piece of card in black, colour with Cranberry. Cut into pieces. Draw dashes with a white pen around the edges. Glue into place as shown. Mat on to a White base card to finish. That's all for this one, hope you like it.

Thanks for looking


1 comment:

  1. Hi Sally, a lovely card design, with fabulous layering, creating great texture to your card. Thanks for entering the CHocolate Baroque challenge, Judith xx


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