June 22, 2022

Clean & Simple Summer Beach Card For Any Occasion

 Hello! Today I am sharing with you a clean and simple summer beach card.

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I stamped the Crackerbox Stamps Life's Too Short stamp and colored it with Copic Markers. For the sand, I used several different sand Copic colors and just kept making dots until the entire sand area was covered. For the water, I made some ripple lines with a few different Copic colors of blues and a really light blue to blend them in a little.
Matted the stamped image onto one of the blue cardstock from Scrapbook.com Cools Smooth Cardstock Paper Pad. Then adhered it all together using my Xyron Mega Runner.

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