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Friday, 5 July 2019

Oh I Do Like to be Beside The Seaside

Hi everyone.  This is my second card made from the lovely seaside themed freebie stamps which came with Craft Stamper Magazine and this time I have used several colours of Adirondack Ink to watercolour with using a waterbrush.  They are Stonewashed, Butterscotch, Sunshine Yellow, Cranberry and Bottle Green.  I did mix the green with a little of the yellow to brighten it up a bit and I stamped the scene and sentiment using Versafine Smokey Gray Ink.


I finished by adding some White Posca Pen to the sea to give the impression of waves, and I added three little birds in the sky using a very fine Black Micron Pen.

I made this card for the lovely Darnell and wanted to post it on Tuesday which was her birthday but as I did send it a little late I wanted to be sure she had received it before I showed it on here.

Thank you for visiting my blog today and I hope to see you again soon.






9 comments:

  1. great free bee stamp Pat. Reminds me of being on the beach as a child, I love your colouring :)

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  2. Fabulous card Pat. The cool sea is inviting. You will know what I am talking about. Yes most definitely. Give me a shout. Hugs Flo xx

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  3. Lovely sunny card. Hugs Mrs A.

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  4. A wonderful scene Pat - could just do with a day in a deckchair watching the waves! x

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  5. Wonderful peaceful scene and Summer on a card...I bet Darnell loved it? x

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  6. Fabulous card Pat, I love your inking and the composition of stamps, I'm sure Darnell loves it, Kate x

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  7. What a gorgeous card Pat and I'm sure Darnell will love it!

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  8. Lovely summercard, a beautiful and tranquil scene with beautiful colours!

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  9. A lovely scene, Pat, I'm sure that Darnell was thrilled to receive such a beautiful card. xx

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