Tropical Christmas Card by Saedi

Posted by Saedi Oldham on

    Hey cute cardmakers!

    I have a tutorial for a “Tropical Christmas” card. This card was so fun to make and actually went pretty fast!

    Instructions:

    1.I started by cutting a rectangle for my card base.

    2. Next I used 3 Distress Oxides to create that fun background. I started with squeezed lemonade and made a circle in the center of my card base, then I surrounded it with worn lipstick in a larger circle and finished the edges with peacock feathers.

    3. Next, I stamped the tree, fishes and 4 of the jellyfish from lawn fawn’s “Christmas Fishes” stamp set.

    4. Then I colored all my images with my Copic markers. I wanted the colors to coordinate with the inked background, and when I finished coloring them, I added faces to the jellyfish and added white details using a Signo Uni Ball white gel pen.

    Hopefully you get the chance to play with this stamp set, it’s one of my all time favorites!!!

    Instagram: @saedilikescrafts

    Products used:

    Lawn Fawn Christmas Fishes Stamp Set - SKU: LF2024

    Distress Oxide Ink in Squeezed Lemonade - SKU: TDO-56249

    Distress Oxide Ink in Worn Lipstick - SKU: TDO-56362

    Distress Oxide Ink in Peacock Feathers - SKU: TDO-56102

    Tsukineko Memento Full Size Dye Inkpad-Tuxedo Black - SKU: ME-000-900

    Copic Sketch Markers:

    Y11, Y13 and Y15 for the Jellyfish, fish and tree details

    R30, E93, R22 and R32 for the Jellyfish, shells on the tree and hats on the fish

    G00, BG11 and BG32 for the fish and jellyfish hats

    YG41 and G02 for the Christmas tree

     

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