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June 28, 2020

Long Time No Sea Card with Isha Gupta

Hello Heffy Doodlers! It’s Isha with you and today, I am sharing a couple of cards using the products from the newest release. I know I know it’s been a long time since I am interacting with you here on the blog and that is the reason I chose this sentiment, which fits perfectly…lol

I am sure you all have seen our new release. It’s super cool, right?

So, let’s start with the first card. I used the A Little Shellfish stamp and dies and the Breaking Waves Border Dies from the new release and mixed these up with the Dino Time stamp and dies, Stitched Slopey Joes Border Dies and Cloudy Skies stencil. I am so happy that everything goes so well together.

I started with a white top fold cardbase using white cardstock. Sponge tumbled glass distress ink through the clouds stencil on the top half part.

Die-cut the wave and the slopes using white cardstock. I sponged blueprint sketch, mermaid lagoon and peacock feathers to the wave. Flick some water and let dry.

For the sand, I sponged tea dye and vintage photo, scattered straw distress ink to the slopes pieces, flick some vintage photo ink and let dry.

Stamp the images using memento tuxedo black ink and color them using copic markers. I then stamped the palm trees using some Altenew inks.

Apply Spectrum Noir sparkle pen to the star fishes, pin wheel and the door knob for some subtle sparkle. Die-cut using the coordinating dies.

Stamp the sentiment and assemble everything together.

My 2nd. card is clean and simple almost one layer. For this card I used Lil Lighthouse stamp and dies, You Go, Gull! stamp and dies, Breaking Waves Border dies from the new release and combined it with the Otterside stamp and dies, Circle Masquerade stencil from the older releases.

Now the Lil Lighthouse stamp and dies are not yet released…no worries 🙂 Lesley has a wonderful offer: you will get the Lil Lighthouse stamp for free on all pre-orders placed between 24th. June -3rd. July  and if the order amount exceeds above £45, you get the dies free too…YAY!!

I made a cardbase using Oreo Crunch cardstock. Take a white mat layer and mask it using the circle mask. Die-cut a post-it using the Wavy border die to use as a mask and sponge tumbled glass and salty ocean distress inks to create the waves. Use the negative side of the mask and sponge squeezed lemonade, abandoned coral and ink to create the sky.

Stamp the images, color using copic markers and adhere to the card using 3D foam. Stamp the sentiment and to finish, add some glossy accent to the lights.

We would love to see your creations using Heffy Doodle products so do tag us whenever you share them. Have a wonderful day!


June 28, 2020

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