Beach card #2

Hello Again,

Here I am with the second card I made as a memory for our mini holiday.

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I used again the Newtons Nook Designs Newton’s Summer Vacation stamp set for the image, coloured with alcohol markers and fussy cut. For the background I die cut a piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock with the Mama Elephant La Fayette die and sponged distress inks on both pieces. I spritzed them with water to make the splattered look. When it was dry I stamped the sentiment from the Aloha Newton set with clear embossing ink and white heat embossed it.

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When I assembling the card, I used another layer cut from white cardstock of the outer frame to make it more dimensional. I also used the Spectrum Noir shimmer pen on the umbrella and added glossy accent to it and also to the sunglasses.

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A few clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh finished off my card.

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I will submit this to the following challenges: Inky Paws #47 colour challenge, Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge (Furry friends), Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge (Little Critters).

I hope you like my card and will return soon for more inspiration.

Have a nice evening!


3 thoughts on “Beach card #2

  1. I love the sunny colors you used, Zsofi, and the blue background makes them come alive even more – a perfect summer card! Thanks for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!


  2. Oh, I wish I was there with Newton! What a delightful scene you’ve created! I’m so glad you shared this cutie with us at Inky Paws Challenge!


  3. Wow! Another beautiful card! I just love all the ink blending you’ve done to create this scene and the added gloss gives the perfect finishing touch! Thanks for getting inky with us and linking up to our inky paws challenge again! I always enjoy your cards!
    -Jen {Newton’s Nook Designs}


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