Joyce created a super cute underwater design to let a friend know they are a treasure!
Joyce created this super fun underwater design on a tall slimline panel to give the scene lots of “depth”! She used the Ocean Wave Stencils to add movement and color to the background! The sentiment from Ahoy Matey is white embossed over the stenciled waves.
The “ocean floor” is die cut from Kraft cardstock using the Stitched Hillside Borders. Joyce splattered the hills with dark brown ink for a sandy look then she layered them on the bottom with glue and foam adhesive. I love all the cute images that she tucked into the sandy ocean floor.
Thanks so much for sharing this amazing card design with us today, Joyce!
Mindy joins us today to share a fun Ocean Shell-fie card and video tutorial! She will give lots of tips for Copic coloring, scene building and cardmaking techniques! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.
Thanks so much for watching!
Mindy used some great ink blending techniques and stenciling with the Scene Builder Stencils: Bayou to create this cool underwater backdrop! To add dimension, Mindy tucked the cute clam and the pirate ship into slots made with Sandy Beach Accents.
Be sure to watch the video to check out Mindy’s tips and tricks for coloring the Ocean Shell-fie images with Copic markers!
Thanks so much, Mindy for sharing this fantastic card and all the great tips and tricks!
We are so excited to share our new June Release with you! Inspiration and Release Week starts on Wednesday June 17th with our Big Giveaway Post! Then on Thursday we will begin sharing our new products with Design Team inspiration, videos and daily giveaways! We can’t wait! It all happens here at the blog!
Christy joins us today to inspire us with a stunning summer design!
Christy started this gorgeous scene by inking the sunset sky and water with Distress Inks, using Post-it tape to mask the horizon. I love the beautiful glow she added to the “water”! Then she used Ocean Wave Accents to add places to anchor the components of her scene.