How can you resist triple layer stamping with the Ocean Waves stamp set?!
I am loving creating lots of ocean cards using the Waves of Inspiration bundle. The dies include two lovely labels, the pelican on the posts and two gorgeous large wave dies.
I am joining in with the Art With Heart Team’s Colour Creations Blog Hop with this Bermuda Bay boy Ocean Waves card.
What you need
The Bermuda Bay colour from Stampin’ Ups!® Bright colour family is our focus and I have gone with a Bermuda Bay base and layers. Three Basic White laters have been stamped with the Ocean Wave stamp that has been inked up using the baby wipe technique. The card is finished with seagulls die cut and stamped in Basic Grey. Die cut Basic White clouds are adhered to the card front and finally a Basic White tag and twine, stamped in Pacific Point.
How gorgeous are those clouds with embossing detail?
Triple Layer Stamping Card Recipe
It really is an easy card to make. Follow the instructions below.
- Begin with a Bermuda Bay standard card base.
- In Bermuda Bay, cut a 12.3 cm x 8 cm piece and a 10.3 cm x 6 cm piece.
- In Basic White cut a 13.3 cm x 9 cm piece, a 11.3 cm x 7 cm piece and a 9. 3 cm x 5 cm piece.
- Place low tack glue behind the smallest two pieces of basic white and adhere all three pieces together, ensuring there is an equal border all the way around each piece.
- See this post for the Baby Wipe Recipe. Using a pre-prepared baby wipe ‘ink pad’, ink up the ocean wave stamp and stamp image over the adhered Basic White card stock.
- Stamp the gulls in Basic Grey on the smallest Basic White piece.
- Adhere the 9.3 cm x 5 cm stamped piece to the 10.3 cm x 6 cm Bermuda Bay piece.
- Adhere the 11.3 cm x 7 cm stamped piece to the 12.3 cm x 8 cm Bermuda Bay piece.
- Adhere these two pieces to the 13.3 cm x 8 cm Basic White piece.
- Die cut the wide label in Basic White and stamp sentiment in Pacific Point.
- Cut a 30 cm piece of white twine, fold in half and secure it to the right side of the label using the loop. Cut a 20 cm piece of twine,fold it in half and secure it to the left side of the label using the loop.
- Adhere label to the card front. Wrap twine around front of the card and secure to the back of the card front.
- Die cut three clouds in Basic White and adhere to the card front.
- Die cut three gulls in Basic Grey and adhere to the card front.
- Adhere completed card front to the Bermuda Bay card base.
- Inside the card adhere a piece of Basic White 14.3 cm x 10 cm. Stamp the pelican on the posts image in the bottom right corner.
Thank you for stopping by today. I am excited to explore ways you can save time and organise your card making supplies so that busy card makers like you can make more cards, more often. That’s what it means to be ‘eager to stamp’!
Next on our Bermuda Bay Blog Hop is the very talented Tina Gillespie. Click on the link below.
If the next button link is not working or you’d like to see the entire list of participants go to Cathy Proctor’s blog.