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January 27, 2015

Sand between her Toes

I used stamps from the Artistic Outpost Boardwalk stamp set along with the eBrush, Spectrum Noir Markers and a Stencil to create my card.

Working on a non-stick craft sheet, I used the eBrush and Spectrum Noir Markers to apply color to the Mixed Media paper. I started with BT9, BT2, CR10, LY1 and ended with DG2.

Once the background panel was colored, I adhered the colored panel to the non-stick craft sheet and positioned the Beach Huts Stencil, adhering it in place with Tissue Tape.  Using the eBrush and Spectrum Noir Markers (IG4), I sprayed around the stencil and the openings of the stencil.  Leaving the stencil in place I changed the marker to IG6, and applied color to just the openings of Beach Huts.

To finish my card I stamped the bathing beauties from the Artistic Outpost Boardwalk stamp set on White card stock, colored them with the Spectrum Noir Markers and adhered to the card using Matte Medium.  The sentiment was stamped on scraps of the background panel, adhered to Black card stock, then adhered to the base card using Matte Medium.  I added a few flicks of Modeling Paste to complete my card.

Stamps - Artistic Outpost Boardwalk
Card Stock - Black, Coral
Ink - Ranger Gathered Twigs Distress Ink
Other: eBrush with Spectrum Noir Adapter, Crafter's Companion - Spectrum Noir Markers (BT1,DG2,CR10,LY1,IG4, IG6, BT9), Crafter's Companion - Sheena Douglas Stencil (Beach Huts), Non Stick Craft Mat, Tissue Tape, Ink Blending Tool and Sponge Applicator, Mixed Media Paper, Scissors, DecoArt - Matte Medium, Modeling Paste

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Unknown said...

Lisa, I absolutely LOVE this card!! You didn't even get your fingers inky using the eBrush!! :) The Sheena Douglas Stencil that you used is awesome!! It goes sooo well with the Boardwalk set!!! Hmmmmm..might need to go take a looksee at that stencil!! XOXO-Shari

Basement Stamper said...

This looks amazing, I love what you have done with those stencils!

trisha too said...


The background, and the dreamy stencil effect--it's all good.

(Very good!)


Gerrie Johnnic said...

Card is georgeous! How you worked with the stencil in the doorways is amazing !

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