Elena used her daughter’s Kinetic Sand to create a fun sandy beach look on her party tablescape!
The drink bottle labels feature the sand castle and palm trees from Life is Good and the beach ball from On the Beach! Elena used Copic markers to bring these images to life!
Elena added some mini plastic buckets filled with candy! And then she created a fun DIY beach ball garland to bring in more of the sunny primary colors! Click HERE for directions to create the beach ball garland.
I love that you brought the beach home for this awesome party decor! Thanks so much for sharing your creativity with us, Elena!
Happy Friday fawny friends! It’s time for another 1 Stamp, 3 Ways with Tammy! This month you chose On the Beach and Tammy created three amazing card designs to inspire you! She included a special photo tutorial to make your own tiki bar!
Hi friends, Tammy here with another fun 1 Stamp, 3 Ways feature! This month, we are showcasing On the Beach, perfect for Summer or Vacation themed cards! These sweet critters are enjoying the summer months with a beach party…I wish I could join them!!
For my first card, I created a shaped card to look like one of those yummy tropical drinks you get in Hawaii. This smaller sized card will fit perfectly into an A2 envelope.
To begin, I cut the second largest oval, using the Large Stitched Oval Stackables, from Bristol Smooth cardstock. I cut the top portion off to create a straight edge. Next, I lightly applied Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide ink over the entire oval. I then used very thin washi tape to create a diamond shaped a grid. I added depth by ink blending with Rusty Hinge, Mustard Seed, and Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide inks using sponge daubers. Then I splattered some brown acrylic paint, thinned with water, onto the pineapple before removing the washi tape.
Next, I stamped the umbrella from On the Beach and the leaves from Critters in the Jungle, colored with Copic markers, and die cut with the On the Beach and Critters in the Jungle coordinating dies. I made the card base by die cutting a folded piece of white cardstock with the oval used to create the pineapple. I then attached the decorated pineapple to the card base and added some yellow jewels to complete my card.
Tiki Bar Card
This card is an A6 card, measuring 4 ½ X 6 ¼”, and features a custom Tiki Bar that I will show you how to create using Lawn Fawn dies.
Next, I cut a 3” strip and (2) 2” strips from Woodgrain Cardstock. Then I cut one of the die cut rectangles into strips, varying in widths. I inked the edges of all the cut pieced with Walnut ink and assembled the Tiki Bar. Next I glued all the cut strips to the rectangle base, and then attached the 3” strip across the top.
I cut a Grassy Border from Cilantro cardstock, darkening it with Mowed Lawn ink, and attached to the back of the roof. To finish, I attached the 2” strips vertically to the back of the Tiki Bar base and then attached the roof to the strips.
Now that the Tiki Bar is complete, we can finish up our card. I tucked the Tiki Bar underneath the sand and attached using foam tape. Next, I adhered all the colored images and palm trees, using foam tape on some for dimension.
Finally, I stamped my sentiment in Black Licorice Ink along the bottom of my card and attached to a white card base, measuring 4 ½ X 6 ¼”.
Thanks so much for joining us today for 1 Stamp, 3 Ways! I hope you guys are loving this feature as much as we are! We would love to hear what sets you would like to see showcased. Please leave your suggestions in the comments.
I already have a great idea for next month’s featured set! I hope to surprise you so there won’t be a poll this time. Big Hugs, Tammy
Thank you so much for inspiring us today, Tammy! Your cards are amazing!