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More By The Tide

February 26, 2013

This card gave me an opportunity not only to play with the stamp set By The Tide but also to do some heat embossing and masking.

034I created a mask in some copy paper using one of the Oval Framelits and stamped the seaweed image onto Whisper White card inside the frame using Versamark ink.  I heat embossed using White Embossing powder and then inked inside the oval using Pool Party ink with a little Island Indigo ink around the edges to create a little depth in the “water”.  I stamped “happy birthday” from the Bring on the Cake stampset onto the bottom right hand corner using Island Indigo Ink.  I wrapped the Whisper White card with a piece of Sycamore Street Pool Party Ribbon and attached it to scored and folded Island Indigo card.  I stamped the fish and the seahorse onto Whisper White card using Island Indigo ink and cut them out.  I stamped the shell onto Whisper White card using Calypso Coral ink and cut it out.  035The three images were then attached to the card front.  I stamped the “Nantucket” image onto Whisper White card using Lucky Limeade ink and punched it using the 1″ Circle Punch and then sponged the edges using Lucky Limeade ink.  This image is attached to the card front using a dimensional.

This card was actually inspired by one that Connie Babbert shared on her blog.  Thanks Connie.  Of course I added some extra bits and pieces to make it my own.

What do you think?

Bye for now, Kris.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Lynda S permalink
    February 26, 2013 4:39 pm

    Looks amazing Kris. I really dunno how I feel about this set, but I love what you have done with it.


  2. March 17, 2013 9:23 am

    Oh how lovely Kris. Anything with a beach theme is a winner for me. Love the touch of Calypso Coral. TFS


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