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Hero Arts CM165 Color Layering Sea Turtle

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Hi! It’s Sue. Surprise – not a Christmas card this time! I’m dreaming of my planned trip to Hawaii. Hence, my card for today.

This sea turtle stamp reminds me of the beautiful waters off Hawaii and all the sea critters in those waters. For this card, I started with the background panel. I used distress inks (salty ocean, peacock feathers) added with a water brush onto 96 lb bristol. I added the colours to try to mimic the oceans around Hawaii. I also inked up the turtle using my MISTI and distress inks (twisted citron, mowed lawn, forest moss). I spritzed each inked stamp with water for a watercolour effect. I fussy cut the turtle. I inked up the seaweed with Hero Arts field greens and stamped with both first and second generation stamping. I used a sentiment from a different stamp set.

 

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3 thoughts on “Hero Arts CM165 Color Layering Sea Turtle

  1. Beautiful! Makes me feel like I’m there, lol!

  2. Love the blue water!! Cool!

  3. I love your background and how the seaweed looks like the featherly fronds of seaweed drifting in the water. Fantastic card and I envy you. I NEED to go back too.

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