Sharing an Easy Near the Sea Card tutorial today. In this tutorial I’ll show how to use rubber stamps to create a layered nautical themed card that can be used in a junk journal or given as a gift.
Easy Near the Sea Card Tutorial Video
Supplies used for the Easy Near the Sea Card
- Large Anchor Rubber Stamp
- Water Depth stamp
- Near the Sea Stamp
- Curly Swirly Rubber Stamp Set
- Archival Jet Black Permanent Dye Ink Stamp Pad
- Aleene’s Tacky Glue
- Tim Holtz Distress Ink Walnut Stain
- Ranger Ink Blending tool
- Blueprint Sketch Distress Oxide Ink Pad
- White, Blue & Brown Card stock
Sharing an easy Near the Sea Card tutorial today. In this tutorial Linda shows how to use rubber stamps to create a layered nautical themed card that can be used in a junk journal or given as a gift.
Taking the Large Anchor and the Water Depth Stamps, Linda used used blueprint sketch distress ink on white card stock, She then layers it blue and brown card stock to create the card.
Using archival black ink Linda stamps the Near the Sea with the one of the Curly Swirly stamps on bottom of card.
Creating a layered look for your cards with your stamps is fun to do! What is your favorite way to create simple cards for your journals?
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