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I Hope Your Birthday Is A "Splash" Using The Stamps and Dies from Sunshine and Friendship.

Alcohol pens Birdie Brown Distress Oxides gina k amalgam ink gina k connect glue Memento Ink MFT My Favorite Things

Morning All,

Jo Here from Daisy D's 

 I still had some back ground left from when I created the "Have a Sun Shiny Birthday in The Pool"

Pop on over to the blog. To find out how I came up with this back ground, using Distress Oxides and Glossy Card Stock.

So instead of wasting it, I decided to pull out the swimming pool die namics and use another set from that release. 

 

Products

 

Sunshine & Friendship MFT Stamps 

 

Cordinating Dies

 

Swimming Pool Die Namics

 

Cute Cloud Outlines die Namics

 

MFT Patterned Paper (Over The Rainbow)

 

MFT Pattern Paper Called Fresh Squeezed Chevron. 

White Jelly Roll Pen

Alcohol Markers

Neenah 80lb 

Amalgam Ink from Gina K

Connect Glue  From Gina K

Glossy Accents

Small Pool Gems.

 

Method

 

 

Stamp  your images using Gina K amalgam ink or Memento Tux Black.

Then colour them with alcohol pens.

 

 

Die Cut your swimming pool die out, of your back ground paper, I preciously showed this in an earlier blog post, called "Have a Sun Shiny Birthday in The Pool" 

 

 

 

 

I then add the Chevron paper in green to a card black 6 x 6 inch and added a 5 x 5 inch piece of Neenah card stock on top.

This formed the base for my pool. I cut a strip of rainbow paper and chevron, with some leaf images from the set.

  

 

 I then started building my scene.I used an acrylic block to hold down my pool why it dried.

 

I drew round the pool with a grey Alcohol marker, to add the effect of tiles..

 Keep adding bits until I was happy with the placement.

 

 

Stamped out my sentiment, on to white card stock using black ink.

 

 

I finally stuck everything down and added some small pool gems.

 

 

 

 

Thank you for popping on over

Happy Stamping 

Jo

xxx



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