Enjoy the summer

May 19, 2017

Hello everyone!

Alexandra here from made by Alexandra showcasing the new Pool piggies stamp set


Those piggies just make me giggle ! They are cuteness overload! 
For this card i started by inking the background using Salty Ocean distress ink and that is my sky! Next i die cut the ocean waves and the sand borders and the inked them using Mermaid lagoon distress ink and Vintage photo distress ink for sand borders.


For the piggie and the ball i used Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers, and the palm tree i draw myself cause i didn't had any palm tree stamp and the colored also with Spectrum Noir markers.

To finish the card i stamped the sentiment and adhered everything using a combination between foam tape and liquid glue.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a lovely day! 
 




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