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A Good Diaorama

June 28, 2019

Today I am sharing a multiple layer diorama.  I love the idea of these cards, however, the execution can be quite time consuming, although, the end result is totally worth it.  My dimensions are slightly off and my layers tend to bow rather than stay straight but I do love the finished card. I started by stamping the sea image from the High Tide stamp set across the back layer of the card using Bermuda Bay ink.  I also stamped the bird image from the High Tide stamp set using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I stamped the small sailing ship from the Sailing Home stamp set three times onto scrap Whisper White using Night of Navy ink.  The images are cut out using the co-ordinating Come Sailing Dies. I attached two of the boats to the background layer but the third one is attached to the first window layer of the card.  I stamped the lighthouse image from the Sailing Home stamp set onto scrap Whisper White card using Night of Navy ink and cut it out using the co-ordinating Come Sailing Die.  The lighthouse is attached to the second window layer of the card.  I stamped the greeting from the A Good Man stamp set onto the bottom of the front window of the card using Night of Navy ink.   I stamped the image from the A Good Man stamp set onto scrap Whisper White card using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  I coloured the image using Night of Navy, Balmy Blue, Mango Melody, Crumb Cake, Ivory and Bronze Stampin’ Blends and cut out the image.  After assembling the card, I attached the gentleman image to the left hand side of the front window.

It really is a splendid type of card to make and I am going to do some more experimenting to get my technique right, but, for a first attempt, I am really happy.  I’d love to hear what you think.

Bye for now,

Kris

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Brenda Pattee permalink
    June 28, 2019 9:04 am

    Love it! You did a great job with it.

    Sent from my iPad

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