After doing this Waterfront Beach Scene Card at my stamp class last Friday, I decided it would be helpful to do a video. The supply list and written instructions are on THIS POST. I hope the video helps you the way it did my stampers.
These fun Beach Scene Card was made with the Waterfront stamp set. I really love the embossed ‘waves’ behind the scene! This card was a favorite at Stamp Class. There were a lot of questions on how to do the stamping, so I made a video to show you.
There will be a video next Friday to show you how to stamp the Beach Scene.
INSTRUCTIONS 1. Cut your Bermuda Bay card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″. 2. Cut your Pool Party card front at 4″ x 5-1/4″. Run through your Big Shot with the Seaside embossing folder. Glue to card base. 3. Cut the largest Stitched Shape Circle from Whisper White card stock with your Big Shot. 4. Stamp your Whisper White Circle:
Largest watercolor stamp:
~Sand with Sahara Sand ink just below halfway on the circle.
~Pool Party ink for your water. Stamp top with flat part of stamp and even with your sand. You will then need to stamp at least once more to fill in the water.
Trees-you can stamp in any order:
~Tree Trunks-Chocolate Chip ink. Look through clear block to position the trunks where you want them in the sand. Just make sure and leave enough room for the palm leaves.
~Palm Leaves in Garden Green ink. They line up perfectly with the Tree Trunks.
Sun in Daffodil Delight ink.
~If desired, scribble some waves in the ocean with your Bermuda Bay marker. 5.Put it together:
~Lay your Burlap Ribbon and stamped Circle on your card front to get them in the position you want.
~Attach the Ribbon with SNAIL on the back. Just run your SNAIL along both long edges of the ribbon. Attach to card front and rub to make sure the SNAIL sticks well. Trim off the edges if needed.
~Attach your stamped Circle with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
Your card is finished! 6. Envelope options:
~Emboss the envelope flap with the Seaside embossing folder.
~Stamp the Palm Trees on the envelope flap and/or front lower left corner.