Thursday, May 26, 2016

Hello Friends! Debbie Seyer here today to share with you a fun card I created using the Flowery Flip Flops stamp. I don't know about you but as soon as it's semi warm enough, I have my flip flops on! So you can imagine how much I love this stamp!

To begin, I stamped the Flowery Flip Flop onto white watercolor cardstock using versamark ink.  Then I dusted the images with white embossing powder and heat set them.  Then using a waterbrush and Spectrum Noir Sparkle Markers, I did a color wash technique to create a bit of a rainbow effect.  Here is a closer look.

As you can see, I embossed the Sandy Toes sentiment onto some sky blue cardstock and cut it out.  I think it's the perfect sentiment for this card!

Here is another card I created using the Flowery Flip flop image.

For this card, I stamped the Flowery Flip Flops image onto watercolor paper using Timber Brown Staz-on and watercolored it with Spectrum Noir Sparkle Markers, too.  This time I used the Flip Flop Life sentiment!  Don't you just love it? Better get those flip flops out now, it's definitely warm enough! 

Pink Ink Stamps used:

Thanks for stopping by today!

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Welcome To The Beach


Hello! I hope you've enjoyed your weekend! It's been great here. The weather has been warm, but not too hot, just perfect!

I have a card to share with you today that I created with some of the new stamps from Pink Ink Stamp Company. Aside from Christmas and winter stamps, beachy, tropical stamps are my next favorites, and I just love this one from Pink Ink!

Oh isn't that gorgeous! I can hear the waves :) I stamped everything with Simon Says Stamp black ink, on Master's Touch watercolor paper from Hobby Lobby, and watercolored it with my Distress markers. I splattered a little bit of brown distress marker mixed with water along the bottom too. Pretty simple card to create, but you don't need to do a lot when you have an image this pretty!

All of the stamps I used are listed below!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful week!


Kay :)

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Beachtown Fence

Good morning Pink Ink fans. Have you checked out the wonderful new releaseLots of summer fun going on.  Today I used the stamp called Beachtown Fence with a coordinating sentiment.

 This stamp was a lot of fun to color and so many different possibilities with it.  I think this stamp perfectly reflects the awesomeness of the summer season!
The image has been all colored up with Copics with a touch of the copic opaque white for the surf. 
 If you're local to Colorado Springs, we will be using this stamp and 2 other new stamps for a class at Simple Pleasures Stamp and Scrapbooking on August 20th! 

Thanks for stopping by for a visit today.