Monday, May 30, 2016

Seashell - Seas the Day Card with Stampendous

Are you ready to head to the beach this week!
The Stampendous Team will be sharing projects that we made using the Beach Embossing Kit.
We hope to inspire you to not only to check out and use the
Beach Embossing Kit but to also check out some fun embossing techniques from Fran's
 Adhere card stock, corrugated paper and pattern paper to top of card front.
 Apply distress ink over stencil with blending tool. 
Apply embossing paste to stencil with palette knife.
Apply embossing paste to bottom of card stock with palette knife. 
 Add beach embossing powder to top. 
Allow to dry completely.
Stamp seashells to white paper with black ink, color with markers.
 Fussy cut colored images.
 Using distress ink and blending tool, go over each of the fussy cut seashells. 
 Die cut three coral from white paper. 
Apply distress ink over top of each coral with blending tool. 
Adhere coral and shells to front of card.
Stamp sentiment on white paper with black ink. 
Die cut sentiment and pattern paper out. 
Adhere together.
 Place on card front with pop dots.

 Stop by the Stampendous Blog to see more projects.
Hugs Pam

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Stampendous/Dreamweavers Design Team
I'm so happy to be a Stampendous Design Team Member and help promote their wonderful products. They so generously supply us with so many free goodies like this .... Stamps, Embossing Powder, Ink, Stamp Blocks, Paper that I'm using today.
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  1. Great colors! I love the vibrant colors that you used for these darling images!! TFS!

  2. The link to follow on Bloglovin is not working, not are any of the social media buttons. Would you please consider adding the gadget/widget that allows someone to subscribe via email subscription? Thank you. I love your card. Amazing detail.

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  5. That's some incredible layers! Just as much depth as you would see under the sea! Thank you for sharing your project this week!