I have a friend over once a week to make cards. Recently we've been trying out different techniques and card designs together. This card was the product of one of our recent get-togethers where we tried out the Tunnel Card Technique. (You can find a tutorial for this design HERE)
Side Note: I always photograph my cards in natural lighting, but not usually in direct sunlight. However, I thought these shots with sun rays across my card turned out kind of neat. They make me anxious for a warm spring day when I can relax by the sea shore for an hour or two.
Supplies and Tools:
- Cottage Cutz Dies from The Scrapping Cottage:
- Distress Oxide in these colors:
- Salty Ocean, Faded Jeans, Worn Lipstick, Antique Linen, Frayed Burlap, Walnut Stain
- White Gel Pen
- Shifting sands stamp (Posh Impressions)
Love to Scrap - Male Call
Time Out - Playful (playing in the sand)
Dare 2B Artzy - Animals (crab)
Simon Says - Anything Goes
Love all the layers and dimension to your super fun card. A wonderful seaside scene that has me wishing for the rain to stop so I can build a sand castle. Thanks so much for playing along at Time Out.
How awesome! I have never tried this technique.... looks fun!
Beautiful scene and so clever how it looks like you can step right in... very playful! Thank you for joining us at TIME OUT!
Fantastic dimension, makes for a fantastic scene you have, love the textured look of the sand and the pretty sky, love it right down to the sand castle!
Beautiful card. Love the scene, adorable! Thanks for sharing at LoveToScrap Challenge blog this month!
Irena LTSCB DT
Oh another of your cards i ABSOLUTELY love. I've not seen a card layered like this and think I'll try it. Thankyou for the inspiration xxx
Wonderful sea themed card! I love the coloring and all the layers!
Thanks for joining the Dare 2B Artzy April Challenge! -Tasha ☺
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