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PenPattern Turtle by Lea Kimmel

Supplies: V297_L259_LK_800

From Stampendous:

Plus:

Copic Marker BG57
DecoArt Paint – Neo Green Glamour Dust, Deep Turquoise Satin, Peacock Pearl Dazzling Metallics, Apple Green Satin
Derwent Inktense Pencils – Tan (1720), Felt Green (1530), Spring Green (1550), Leaf Green(1600)
Liquid Frisket
Tim Holtz® Distress Ink – Antique Linen
My Mind’s Eye “Indie Chic”
Neenah® Classic Crest Solar White Cover Stock
Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink Pad
May Arts® Ribbon
Waterbrush
Glue Dots (3 different sizes)
Foam Mounting Squares
Scor-Tape

Instructions:

  1. Stamp image, color and trim to desired size
  2. Stamp sentiment and trim to desired size, ink with distress ink
  3. Create card base and mats as shown
    Using paper created with Creative Palette, trim pieces as shown
  4. Cover turtle with frisket and airbrush background, remove frisket
  5. Adhere ribbon to background paper
  6. Using foam mounting squares, adhere sentiment to card
  7. Attach glue dots as shown
  8. Cover glue dots with micro glitter, brush off excess

PenPattern Turtle by Kristine Reynolds

Supplies: PenPattern Turtle by Kristine Reynolds

From Stampendous:
V297 PenPattern Turtle
SSC1191 Crossword Perfectly Clear Stamps

Plus:
Memento Tuxedo Black dye ink
Staedtler Triplus Fineliner Pens
Copic Markers (YG01-YG23-YG25)
Bazzill Basic colored cardstock
Mohawk Bright White
The Paper Studio patterned paper
Spellbinders dies

Instructions:

  1. Adhere patterned paper to a blue A2 card
  2. Stamp turtle on a white panel with black in
  3. Doodle in the spaces of the turtle with blue and green fineliner pens
  4. Color the turtles head and the edge of the shell with copic markers
  5. Back panel with a larger blue panel and then a green scallop edge panel and then adhere to card
  6. Stamp sentiment on a white panel and back with a larger scallop edge blue panel
    adhere panel to card

Mermaid by Lynn Mercurio

Mermaid by Lynn MercurioSupplies:

From Stampendous:
P151 Mermaid
FRG02 Champagne Crushed Glass Glitter
FRC02 Sage Color Fragments
GX900U Ultra Fine Crystal Snow Glitter
MEM01 Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®

Plus:
Cardstock by Bazill Basics Paper®
Tim Holtz® Mustard Seed & Peeled Paint Distress Ink by Ranger®
Copic® Markers
Patterned Paper by American Crafts
Twine Netting
Cream Pearls
Pearl Brads
Foam Adhesive
Foam Applicator
Zip Dry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives

Instructions:

  1. Make a green card base.
  2. Layer white beneath a layer of Garden Café Patterned paper by American Crafts which was a light blue color with this great white embossed pattern. 
  3. Add Mustard Seed and Peeled Paint inks to the patterned paper. The white resists, leaving a great background for this fanciful mermaid that more closely matched the colors used.
  4. Stamp the Mermaid on whitie card stock and color with Copic Markers.
  5. Draw a base for the Mermaid with a Copic Multiliner pen.
  6. Add glitter, gold glitter glass and some of the Sage Fragments to the base. 
  7. Add lots of texture with Fine Crystal Snow, Champagne Glass Glitter and the Sage colored Fragments.
  8. For a final touch, add a few self-adhesive pearls, jute twine , jute netting, and three pearl brads.

Mermaid Kiddo by Taylor Usry

Supplies:

From Stampendous:

P164 Mermaid Kiddo
SSH46 Large Rectangle Acrylic Handle

Plus:

Card Stock: Lime Crush, Yam (Bazzill); White (Mohawk)
Patterned Paper: Bahama Striped Towel (Little Yellow Bicycle)
Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento), Wild Honey (Ranger)
Coloring Medium: Copics
Accessories: Ribbon (May Arts)
Tools: Spellbinders Nestabilites

Instructions:

  1. Cut card base from Lime Crush card stock.
  2. Cut Yam panel and patterned paper; adhere together.
  3. Die cut Yam panel and coordinating White one from card stock. Prior to removing white card stock from die, add Wild Honey ink to inner edges with a sponge.
  4. Stamp Mermaid Kiddo on White panel; color as desired with Copics. Adhere to Yam die cut panel.
  5. Adhere patterned paper panel to card base; tie ribbon around in a knot. Finish card by adding die cut image panel.