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Flamingo Pool Party

Hello Friends Waleska here with another Summer Card for you, I love the Flamingo Floatie Stamp Set from Neat and Tangled, in the minute I saw this cute girl I knew I needed to use it on a Pool Party Summer Card.   There are plenty of this sets at the shop if you want to add this to your stash, for your Summer cards....



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I wanted to create a pool background for the girl to be floating, so I found this technique in youtube let me share it with you because in my opinion it makes a very cool water look.


I started with a background fully colored with Distress Oxide Ink Peacock Feathers (which is my new favorite) after that I used a crumpled ball of Aluminium Foil I sprayed with water and pat down the paper with it to add the water texture to the background, and dry it with a Heat Tool.


I did the second background with two of my favorite Oxide Ink summer colors Fossilized Amber and Worn Lipstick (this two blend so well together) I created the slider elements with the lawn fawn slide over dies and double Scotch Foam Mounting TapeI color the cute girl with markers and added the water splashes in the same color as the water.


This cards were so much fun to create, I hope you give the water effect idea a try and visit us at the shop for more of the new Neat & Tangled release, and more new products that need a home as Vanessa would say! Have a great day! 






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  1. Cool and nice card, you did justification with your work. I would really like to know how you made it and then try it by myself, please share tutorial in your next post, thanks

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