Friday, April 19, 2024

A Beautiful Ocean Themed Card with Stencils, Paper Pouncers, & Paper Glaze

Happy Friday!  Today I'm sharing my card I made with Picket Fence Studios new A Sea Turtle's Journey stamps and coordinating dies.  I used several other fun new products to make this card that you can read about below.

The background is a panel from the new Coral to Aqua to Turquoise Ombre Toner Card Stock.  The cool thing about this cardstock is that it can be used as is like I've done, or since it is a toner paper, you can add foil and run it through your Minc or laminator!  

I added Cream Puff Paper Glaze Velvet, from the sampler pack called Ocean Odyssey, through the Ocean Waves 6x8 stencil.  I set it aside to dry and cleaned up my tools.  There are two other gorgeous colors in the sampler pack too!

Next I stamped all of the turtles from the A Sea Turtle's Journey stamp set with Black Hybrid ink.  Then I cut them out with the coordinating dies.  I used one turtle for this card and will save the others for another project.  Next I used these new Paper Pouncers to add three shades of ink to the turtle.  (Inks are in the list below.)

I added two die cuts of the Layering Flora: Over-sized Ornamental Grass Die.  These were cut with white cardstock and then quickly colored with Paper Pouncers.  A TIP I forgot to mention above is to use a Paper Inking Palette to hold these intricate die cuts while you color them!  These are so helpful!!

The sentiment is from Signature Quotes: The Sea stamp set, stamped with black ink, and then cut out with the coordinating die.

I added just a touch of bling with a few sequins from the Tropical Breeze sequin mix.

I really love how this card turned out.  It was so fun to make with all of the different techniques too!  Thanks so much for stopping by.  I hope you have a wonderful and crafty weekend!

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