Sea you soon

July 23, 2019 1 Comment

Sea you soon

Hi there,

I created this underwater card for Gerda Steiner Designs:
  • stamp some of the images and the sentiment from the Gerda Steiner Designs Deeply set with Versafine Clair Nocturne
  • mask off the images with Masking Fluid
  • create an underwater background with Distress Ink (Mermaid Lagoon, Chipped Sapphire) and water droplets
  • remove the masking
  • color the images with watercolor pencils
  • cover a cardbase with patterned paper before adhering the panel
Have a wonderful day.
Hugs,




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Rosy Newlun
Rosy Newlun

July 28, 2019

These are such adorable little sea creatures! The submarine is absolutely fun. Your background is lovely, too! Love those splatters in the water.

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