It’s me again, Els. It is already June and that means a new Month with new inspiration. This time I made a sea style card and below you will find the step by step instructions. I hope you have as much fun as I did making this card. Have fun creating!
Cut out the dies of white cardstock and the upper layers from silver cardstock. I didn’t used the fish and the binoculars.
Color the white cut-outs with Ink and glue the silver cardstock on top of them.
Cut a piece of white cardstock of 4″ x 8″ for a the card base and make a 21/4 inch hole in the center.
Glue the porthole over the hole on top the octopus with the helmet and below the shell and starfish.
Glue acetate behind the hole.
Put some rust paste on the porthole and the helmet and place some glossy accent drops on the acetate. Stamp some bubbles.
Put some glossy accent on the bubbles too and glue some prills down.
Stamp 2 Jellyfish on a light blue paper and stick it behind the porthole.
Take a piece of White Cardstock 41/4″ x 81/4″ and make a light construction where the Jelly fish are coming.
Then place the card back and adhere 3D foam behind that so the light has space enough.
Cut a fern and 5 flowers out of white cardstock and color them with Green and Blue ink, then shape them and put a blue stamen in the center hole.
Place the flowers as shown on the photo and then your card is finished! I hope you like the card and that you give it a try!
Elizabeth Craft Designs Products used:
Other products used:
Prills – Rusty paste – Fish stamps – Silver Cardstock – Circle die 21/4 inch – Inks – Glossy accent – white cardstock – Acetate – lights + battery