Tuesday, February 16, 2016

STAMPlorations inspiration #61

Channeled my inner Mayuri (after taking her Craftsy class) to do some "kaleidescope stamping" with this stamp set and some Distress inks in beachy colors of blue, orange and yellow.

Love Letter in the Sand

Was going to stamp my sentiment on a circle and adhere it over the points where the seashells all met, but then decided to die cut a window and stamp the sentiment inside. I like how it turned out. One layer, ya know?!?

To make it a bit more beachy, I stamped some grungy dots from Mixed Media Grunge and watercolored over them with more brown. Took my leftover DI/water mix from the acrylic block and flicked it onto my card front.


There's lots more STAMPlorations inspiration for your enjoyment here. Thanks for coming by.

I'm heading over to Paper Players #282.




12 comments:

  1. Simple and yet so effective! Beautiful, Maria!

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  2. Agree... the colors are perfect for a beach themed card Maria!
    Your card looks fabulous!
    Thanks for joining the paper players!

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  3. Beautiful card and quote--love this Maria!

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  4. That's a very clever idea, loving the colours x

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  5. Like your one layer interpretation - genius way getting around it! Nice sand!

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  6. Love the shoreline - and the splatters!

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  7. I like the shell in this set - great card

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  8. What a creative take on these challenges! I love the seashells in a circle and the sentiment peeking through...great job! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

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  9. Oh wow, how cool is this! What awesome stamps and a great design you've created.

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  10. How fabulous, Maria ... love how you created this shell flower ... so pretty and such gorgeous beachy colours! Hugs, Anita :)

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  11. Fabulous card Maria...just love those shells and your wonderful sentiment.

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