Hello crafty friends, blessed Sunday!
Welcome to the My Favorite Things May Release Countdown Day 3.
My card today features the Ocean Pals Stamp Set & Die-namics along with other MFT products.
Here are my easy to follow watercoloured sea scene tutorial with step by step pictures. :)
I die cut a piece of watercolour paper using stitched rectangle panel die in the Blueprints 29 Die-namics. I placed the Ocean Waves Die-namics on the panel, then die cut them.
I watercoloured 4 pieces of the panel (from the bottom) blue using Peerless watercolors, and then made sunray on the top part using the Radiating Rays stencil and Scattered Straw Distress ink. I made self-adhesive sheet using double-sided tape.
I removed the tape from the sheet, and then adhered all pieces on the sticky paper panel.
I stamped and watercoloured all sea creatures from the Ocean Pals stamp set, die cut them with the Ocean Pals Die-namics. Once the background panel was dry, I mounted it on top-folded Primitive White card base using double-sided tape first, and then added all elements as shown to the card front using foam tape.
Make sure to check out MFT Blog for all the info for today along with links to all the other DT member’s blog posts.
See you tomorrow for more countdown fun! Have a wonderful day!
Keep smiling and be blessed! God bless you all!
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9 thoughts on “MFT May Release Countdown – Day 3”
So fun Yoonsun. I love how you used the wave dies.
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Totally Jawsome combination- the waves and the sun rays create an ideal ocean for all those fun creatures!
Fun card, Yoonsun. Like how you pieced the ocean background. Thanks for sharing.
Such a fun and creative card! Thanks for sharing the how-tos.
You created a wonderful ocean scene. I love the colors and all the action going on in the ocean. Thanks for showing how you built the scene.
Love the background! Thanks for all the directions to create. Wonderful card!
Beautiful and fun card! Thanks for the inspiration! ❤️
you create a super beautiful scene!!!