Wednesday 27 July 2016

Dipping your toes

Hello everyone,

and happy Wednesday. I am here to show you some more inspiration for our two-weekly Challenge over at the Stampotique Designers' Challenge Blog. This time the theme is 'beach/sea'. Why not play along and you might win a voucher to the store HERE. Just make sure to read all the rules on the blog.

Here is my art journal page  :

I have used two stamps from the new release for this:

I created this with a piece of Designer paper on the left to depict the beach and paint and sand paste to create the sea and foamy waves... 
I stamped the 'Spiral Daydream' on the paper on the left to create a little more interest. I used acrylic paint in turquoise and white to create the ocean. I added some white sand paste to make it look like foaming waves... I hope I succeeded... lol 
Friedrich was stamped on white card stock, coloured with Copic Markers and adhered to the page. I added some shading under him, also with a Copic Marker. The sentiment was made by me and typed on an old typewriter, cut into strips and adhered to the page. I went around them with a black fine tipped pen. 

Thank you for stopping by today ! I hope you'll play along with us... 


  1. Wat een leuke kaart Corrie ! De stempel heb je echt heel tof verwerkt !

  2. Morning Corrie, your page looks so alive with texture. Another stunning project! X X X

  3. ik vind hem prachtig geworden, en wat een leuke stempel

  4. Zo leuk! Mooi ook de textuur! Groetjes, Gerrina

  5. What a GREAT card! Spiral Daydreams went into my shopping basket on Monday! I love how everyone used it on the blog hop!Love your waves! Yet another Great Background!

  6. Awesome work ... what a cool stamp. Love him x

  7. Geweldig, prachtig zoals je de zee hebt gemaakt en gaaf die tekst erbij!!

  8. I love your sea and your colouring!

  9. So so much fun, loving the dimension of the waves (I'm sitting here dreaming of Summer at the moment)!!

  10. Love this card, especially the ocean.

  11. Love this card, especially the ocean.

  12. He looks as though he could be up to some mischief!!!
    The textures are wonderful, really bringing the ocean alive.