Let’s Shell-ebrate!

Hello, hello friends! I’ve been playing with shell stamps and dies this week to make this soft celebration card. 

The background for this card was made by blending some soft pink ink through a Nautilus Stencil from Pink and Main. I cut the panel using a Stitched Rectangle die. Honestly, if I’d blended a bit darker, this would be a perfect card all by itself, without the feature image. But for today’s card, I kept the background subtle, and added a beautiful Floral Shell stamp as the feature. I stamped this in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and coloured it with my Copic markers. I then cut it out using the matching dies. Yay for not having to fussy cut around those little flowers!

The sentiment comes from the same Floral Shell stamp. I used the same coral Copic marker as I used for the shells to colour a scrap of white cardstock before stamping the ‘Let’s Shellabrate’ sentiment . I cut this out using some Large Sentiment Strip Dies.

This card was a joy to make, and I love the soft colours and gentle feel. I look forward to sharing with you again soon. Until then, have a wonderful week.

Blessings, 

Donna

These are the supplies I used. You can click on the link to shop. Where available, I have used affiliate links, which means that I will receive a small commission at no cost to you. I’ve tried to link to companies in different countries, so you can save on postage costs. Thank you so much for your support.

Copic Markers 36 set
Copic Markers 36 set
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Pink and Main Nautilus stencil
Pink and Main Nautilus stencil
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P&M | SBC | SSS
Pink and Main Floral Shells stamp
Pink and Main Floral Shells stamp
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P&M | SBC | SSS
Pink and Main Floral Shells die
Pink and Main Floral Shells die
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P&M | SBC
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
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SBC | SSS
Pink and Main Large Sentiment strip dies
Pink and Main Large Sentiment strip dies
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P&M | SSS

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