Stampin’ Up Oceanfront Sunset
Hello Everyone – I have another idea with today’s card – Stampin’ Up Oceanfront Sunset – to show how versatile this stamp set is.
I have seen a number of beautiful sunsets while at the beach. Today’s card reminds me of many of those colorful sunsets.
This month Vicky and I are going to focus on the Oceanfront stamp set for our blog hop.
This stamp set will carry over to the new 2022 – 2023 Annual catalog. If you love beach cards you need to get this set.
Check out how I used the stamps to create a mini version of the shoreline for the inside of the card and envelope.
I have used a number of product to create sunsets. This card uses the Rainbow Glimmer paper to mimic a sunset. Did you see this card I posted a few days ago with another idea for a shoreline?
Did you check out Vicky’s idea using this stamp set?
Measurements for Stampin’ Up Oceanfront Sunset card
Card Base: Pool Party 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ scored at 4 1/4″
Waves of the Ocean pattern paper layer: 4″ x 5 1/4″
Mango Melody layer: 3 1/8″ x 4 3/8″
White: 3″ x 4 1/4″
Step by Step to make it
- affix all stamps to blocks
- fold and burnish the card base
- attach the Waves of the Ocean pattern paper to the card front
- ink up the sky stamp using Mango Melody and Pumpkin Pie marker with Pumpkin Pie on the top half and Mango Melody on the bottom half and then stamp it about 1/4″ from the top of the White panel
- stamp the water image using Pool Party overlapping the sky slightly so there is not gap between the sky and water
- use the large rock image stamp it in the lower left hand corner of the White panel using Basic Gray
- create a mask for the rock by stamping it on the upper edge of a post-it note and cut it out just inside the stamped edge
- apply the mask to the rock on the White panel
- use a second generation stamping of the sand using Soft Suede to create the shoreline making sure to overlap the water edge to avoid gaps
- stamp the small grass image behind the rock and on the right edge of the sand using Just Jade ink
- take another post-it note and punch a 1″ circle out of the center
- place the sticky edge of a post-it note on the edge of the water to mask off the water
- using the post-it note with the hole punched in it, add it to the panel to mimic the sun setting at the edge of the water – see photo above
- create the sun by using a blending brush and Pumpkin Pie ink, remove the post-it notes
- stamp the birds from the On the Horizon stamp set in the sky using Basic Gray
- add Wink of Stella to the water to give it a shimmery look
- glue the White panel to the Mango Melody panel
- add the image panel to the card front making sure to center it side to side and top to bottom
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What did you think of the sunset I created using the stamps and ink? I hope it inspired you to try making your own sunset.
Thanks for visiting me today. Have a Wonderful Wednesday!
Do you love visiting the beach? Don’t miss my Beginner Plus Oceanfront class
Want to take your cardmaking up a notch? Check out my Advanced Oceanfront class
Gorgeous Robbie. This is fast turnin into one of favourite sets.