I have been playing with my stencils and making some sea themed cards which I thought that I would share with you today. First up is a card using my surfer stencil which I am using a lot at the moment:
I pounced round the mask with alcohol inks on acetate. I then attached that to the back of a white card frame which is popped up on foam tape over a card blank on which I had stamped a distressed numbers background in blue.
I shall link this card up at Simon's Wednesday Challenge where the theme is cards for the boys.
I have also got a seahorse silhouette stencil and mask. I inked my messy dots stencil through the seahorse and then inked round the edge of the shape to give the seahorse definition. The sentiment is from Concord and 9th.
I shall link up at CASology where the cue card this week is Marine and at Simon's Monday Challenge where the theme is ombre.
All 3 stencils are available to buy in my Folksy shop.
Thank you for stopping by,
Beautifull cards! Love the seahorse one! Hugs, SarahReplyDelete
Beautiful cards. Reminds me of the ocean side and beaches and makes me long for a holiday! I love the ink blending you have achieved on each card. CAS and perfect. Thank you so much for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge. xx AnkitaReplyDelete
They are fab - love the way you've done the seahorse!ReplyDelete
Wonderful cards! That surfing stencil is amazing! Your seahorse is so beautiful with the ombre coloring and polka dots! Thanks for joining us at CASology!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CASology! Anna xoReplyDelete
These are both gorgeous, Sarah! The surfer is really cool and I love how you used the dots for the seahorse. Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!ReplyDelete
I love both of your projects! Love the sea theme, makes me wish summer was already here!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining us over Simon Says Stamp MOnday challenge! Please forgive me if this comment is way later than the challenge you joined in, but i had internet issue. I still wanted to thank you though for playing along with us and to let you know I appreciate your project!
Have a gorgeous week!