She is a Mermaid on Dry Land Card

She is a Mermaid on Dry Land Card


Hello there and welcome back to my Blog! I hope your day is fulfilled with Happiness and Joy. On today's Blog I would like to share with you another Mermaid card that I have created once again with the September Card Kit by Simon Says Stamp. For this card I created a sunset scenario with the ink blending technique. Also, I used a piece of the Tonic Deep Sea Diva paper sheet for the ocean part of the card scenario. So, Let's Get Started!




To begin with I started by inked it up a little bit more than 1/2 part of the card panel. For the card panel I used a piece of Strahtmore Bristol Smooth Surface paper along with the Tim Holtz distressed oxide inks. I started by creating the sun image on one of the corners of the card panel (as is shown in one of the pictures down below) with Squeezed Lemonade Then, I covered the circle and I started the Sunset sky by adding more squeezed lemonade on top of it and adding Picked Raspberry as my second color. After, the sky was all covered up I set it aside. And, I started the stamping while the inks were drying out.




For the tamping, I started by stamping one of the Mermaid images from the Beautiful Mermaid stamp set included in the kit with Black Ink in a piece of the Neenah Classic Crest 80lb Solar White. Then, I started the coloring with Copic Markers.




For the coloring, I used Copic Markers and here is the list of the colors that I used.
E13, E21, E23, E25, E29, E30, E42, E47, E51, E57
RV17, RV19
G00, G02, G05




Once, the inks were dry out. I started the layering on the background by adhering the the Tonic paper on the bottom of the card panel. Then, I white heat embossed one of sentiments by using a Clear Pad and Fine Detail White embossing powder. At this point there was not much to add for the layout of the card.




Now, for the layout all I did was to adhere the backed of the card panel to one Neenah Classic Crest 110lb Solar White card base. Then, after coloring the mermaid I die cutting it with a die cutting machine and its coordinated die And, to finish it up I adhered the backed of the mermaid with foam tape to the card.


Your imagination is Your limit.

I hope you get Inspired and give this design a try! Just keep in mind, that you can create the same design with any combination of color media, stamps sets, background stamps or stencils.
Happy Crafting!


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All photography provided by Yasmin Diaz

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