Tuesday, June 06, 2017

Memories

Hi, Janja here!

I think it is a good time to show you the card, that I created some time ago. At the bottom I added the word - memories from the new Expressions Plus release.


Supplies:
- CottageCutz dies: Memories Phrase, Wildflowers 1, Wildflowers 4, Wildflowers 5, Lighthouse w/Clouds (seagulls), Under the Sea (rocks)
- white card base: 5.3 x 5.3" (13,5 x 13,5 cm)
- watercolor paper: 4.2 x 4.2" (10,7 x 10,7 cm)
- white and dark gray cardstock
- Distress inks: Spiced Marmalade, Twisted Citron, Mowed Lawn, Vintage Photo, Broken China, Faded Jeans, Stormy Sky, Hickory Smoke
- Memento ink Dandelion

To begin, cut out wildflowers, rocks and seagulls with dies. Use white and dark gray cardstock for wildflowers.
Also cut out word memories from white cardstock.



Distress white cutouts with Distress inks. Glue them together with gray cutouts, so that they are partially overlapped. Apply white and yellow pearl dots.


Draw the sea and the sky on the watercolor paper with Distress inks. Once the paper is dry, trim it to the correct size.


To complete the card, mount all the elements as shown on white card base with a wooden embossed finish.



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7 comments:

Lois said...

What a delightful card, Janja! Your seaside scene is calm and peaceful, and your water coloring is amazing.

Anja Ž. said...

Janja, your sea scene is really beautiful. I love how you made the flowers. Very clever :)

Mary Marsh said...

so pretty Janja-and a great way to use the Memories Phrase die -a beach vacation would be wonderful right about now

Bev Polen said...

Hi, Janja! What a beautiful beach scene on your lovely card. The use of the Under The Sea die to create the rocks is clever! Great card, Janja!

Anita Kejriwal said...

Amazing use of dies.

Pam MacKay said...

I absolutely love the scene you created! It is amazing!

SugarShine Designs said...

Your scene is serene and calming. It's a piece of art worthy of framing! - Janet