Sea you soon

July 23, 2019 1 Comment

Sea you soon

Hi there,

I created this underwater card for Gerda Steiner Designs:
  • stamp some of the images and the sentiment from the Gerda Steiner Designs Deeply set with Versafine Clair Nocturne
  • mask off the images with Masking Fluid
  • create an underwater background with Distress Ink (Mermaid Lagoon, Chipped Sapphire) and water droplets
  • remove the masking
  • color the images with watercolor pencils
  • cover a cardbase with patterned paper before adhering the panel
Have a wonderful day.
Hugs,




1 Response

Rosy Newlun
Rosy Newlun

July 28, 2019

These are such adorable little sea creatures! The submarine is absolutely fun. Your background is lovely, too! Love those splatters in the water.

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