Saturday, 5 March 2016

Seaside

Happy Saturday!

Meet today's card inspired by the challenge at Splitcoast Stampers this morning and the wonderfully done miniature paintings by Lorraine Loots.  There is also a video to watch of her being inspired while painting these miniatures.  I chose a seaside painting as my inspiration.

I began by creating the woodgrain paper which is so easy to make using glue and a scoring tool.  This time, I used Tumbled Glass, Peacock Feathers and Weathered Wood Distress inks to colour the paper.  Using those colors gave my woodgrain such a 'beachy' feel which was perfect for the images I wanted to use.  For those of you that may have missed how to create your own woodgrain, go here:

Next, I stamped the panel using my MISTI and stamps from Gina K and Flonz Stamps with Memento black ink.  Then, I sponged on Mermaid Lagoon, Peacock feathers and Seedless Preserves Distress inks giving the panel a feel of a sunset.  

Adding my card to these challenges:

Seize the Birthday- ANYTHING GOES 

Simon Says- TOUCHY, FEELY

Craft Stamper- ANYTHING GOES


 Thanks so much for coming to visit.
Hope you have a great weekend!

Supplies:  stamps- Gina K, Flonz/ inks- Memento, Distress/ Elmer's Glue/ ScorPal/ MISTI/ sponge applicator tool


15 comments:

  1. Karen, this is so yummy,love the colours. It truly makes me think of the beach, wonderful.

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  2. Beautiful stamped and inked panel to go with your fab woodgrain background! xxx

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  3. Gorgeous card, love those images, Cathy x

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  4. hello Karen! the background is awesome...your stamping is superb! so glad you played along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

    sparkle & shine, kindness *~*

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  5. Makes me yearn for the beach! Very nicely done--the woodgrain sets it off as the perfect backdrop for your images.

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  6. There you go again with another fantastic card design. This is a great one for guys too. I love the wood design too.

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  7. Each wood grain you make is my new favorite.

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  8. Gorgeous! I love those colors. 💗💗💗

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  9. There's that wonderful wood again. I love it with the inky panel and sea scene, Karen.

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  10. Beautifulcard Karen. Love the background for your featured scene. Love the colours you chose.

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  11. The woodgrain background is perfect for your lovely waterside scene, Karen! Thanks for playing along at Seize The Birthday :)

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  12. I wanna go there! This is so beautiful, Karen.

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  13. Karen, I am loving your blue card theme !!

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  14. Love that wood effect background. Thank you for joining in with the Craft Stamper Challenge. Linda xx

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