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Tarjeta slimline con una escena de playa

Tarjeta slimline con una escena de playa para el día 2 de la cuenta atrás al lanzamiento de junio de MFT.

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¡Hola! Hemos llegado al día 2 de la cuenta atrás al lanzamiento de junio de MFT y hoy comparto una tarjeta slimline con una escena de playa.

It features images mainly from the cute You Keep Me Afloat stamp set, but also the sunbading frog from the Swimming Hole Friends. Instead of stamping and masking, I actually started by ink blending the sand on a piece of Copic friendly card stock. For that I used the Slimline Drifts & Hills Stencil as well as Kraft and Butterscotch Premium Dye Inks.

Cute slimline card with a beach scene created for My Favorite Things by Laura Dovalo.

Next, I created the waves with the Wave Maker Stencil and the following Premium Dye Inks: Cornflower, Blue Yonder, Caribbean Sea, Summer Splash and Sno Cone.

Cenital view of slimline card with a beach scene. By Laura Dovalo.

I messed up the last wave, so I used one of the dies from the Ocean Waves Die-namics to cut the edge of my panel, which I then cut with the rectangular die from the Slimline Starter Die-namics.

Close up of slimline card with a beach scene.

I stamped all of the images on top of the background and used Copic markers, Prismacolor pencils and a white gel pen to color them. It worked surprisingly well!

After that, I die cut a second slimline panel and stamped the fishing bunny at the perfect height. This time, I did mask it before creating the clouds with the Mini Cloud Edges Stencil and Sno Cone Premium Dye Inks. The second bunny was stamped separately and fussy cut.

Slimline card with a beach scene.

Lastly, I adhered my panels to a 7″ x 8 1/2″ card base of Cornflower Prestige Card Stock. I also added a couple of cute shells die cut with the Beach Scene Builder Die-namics. That’s it from me for today. Thanks for stopping by!

List of MFT supplies used for slimline card with a beach scene

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