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A Little Thanks

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I have a quick CAS card for you today that is a CASE and not my design but something I found over on Pinterest done by Lori Tecler.  I couldn’t get to her original post but I did take a screenshot for you to see. I am playing along with this week’s CAS challenge over at The Paper Players.

Card Details: First, I sponged the sky making a stencil and blending some Oxide Ink. The sky is done directly on the card and the other 3 pieces are layered on top. Next, I tore some vellum and patterned paper that happened to have a white core. I got some brown ink to sponge on my top layer which is white cardstock to make the sand. Last, I used some white paint and a small make-up sponge in hopes to make it look like sea foam crashing in.  The cute flip flops are from Impression Obsession.  The sentiment is from SU.

Thanks for stopping by, Nancy

 

 

4 thoughts on “A Little Thanks

  1. Cool beach scene.

  2. Very realistic looking waves and such a relaxing look. Love this

  3. What a cute card Nancy – I love how you created the effect of the sand and sea, it’s very realistic. Cute flip flops too! Thanks for playing along with my CAS Thanks challenge over at The Paper Players this week!

  4. Nancy, your card makes me long for a long walk on the beach! It is just a gorgeous beach scene! WOW! And we all feel better in flip flops! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players this week!

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