Create a “Shades of Sea Breeze” Thank You Card

by Jowilna Nolte

Create a Shades of Sea Breeze Thank You Card with VersaMagic DewDrop and VersaFine Clair

Shades of blue make me extremely happy! When I designed this card, I wanted to combine all the amazing inks available from Imagine and as I hoped something magical then happened. See how I create this beautifully blended background using shades of VersaMagic inks and then top it off with stamped sentiments in VersaFine Clair – a truly winning combination.

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 1 hour

Directions


Step 1

Start by stenciling a pattern onto a piece of smooth white cardstock using texture paste and leave to dry.

VersaMagic in Ocean Depth, Aegean Blue, Oasis Green
Step 2

Once the paste is dry, start blending 3 colors of VersaMagic in Ocean Depth, Aegean Blue, Oasis Green over the design.


Step 3

Always start with your darkest color first and then add the lighter colors.


Step 4

Once you are happy with the look, add a final layer of shading over the entire piece with a light shade to blend the colors together.


Step 6

Use small stamp from your stash and stamp the words inside the pattern using VersaFine Clair Twilight.

Stamp the "That's All!" sentiment in VersaFine Twilight
Step 5

Stamp the “That’s All!” sentiment in VersaFine Twilight onto a piece of white scrap cardstock.


Step 7

Stamp “Thanks” on top of “That’s All” using VersaFine Warm Breeze and trim to size.


Step 8

Color two or three wooden hearts using your VersaMagic ink and leave to dry. Adhere sentiment panel and hearts to your card to finish it off.

Supplies

Imagine
Other
  • Cardstock – White
  • Joy Clair Stamps
  • Anna Griffin – Texture Paste
  • Wooden Hearts
  • Jowilna Nolte Stencil
  • Short Cuts Craft
  • Acrylic Block

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