Thursday, May 14, 2015

CCEE1520, Acrylics and Inks


Joanne a/k/a jojot, carries on as May's hostess with the mostess!  This week, Joanne challenges us to use acrylics and inks to create a background...not stamps or embossing folders on the background!

I made my sand and surf with Memento Inks.  Then, I took white acrylic paint and dabbed at it with a paint brush for my "surf" crashing on the beach.

I am sure you are getting tired of seeing this type fold, but I still have 4 to make...this is #8 of 12 for a card swap we're doing at the local Scrapbook Station store.  I am trying to keep my "theme" to an ocean/water one....I love how this one turned out.  Hope you like it too!

Please join us in this challenge.  Add CCEE1520 to keywords on splitcoaststampers and link back to the CCEE blog here,

8 comments:

StampOwl said...

Gorgeous scene Vicki.

Ironlady said...

Love this easel card, the crab is a perfect acrylic embellishment

Joanne (jojot) said...

never get tired of seeing your fabulous work...always admire your willingness to experiment with fancy folds...something I shy away from

Lynn McAuley said...

Absolutely awesome, Vicky! I love the fabulous acrylic seafoam on the edge of your water and this wonderful twisted easel fold!

Lois said...

The acrylic paint made great sea foam on your breakers. Good job!

Liz Williams said...

I love seascapes and love this time of year. Beautiful card, Vicky.

jdmommy - Anne Harmon said...

That surf looks FABulous, gf!! So realistic! I love this nautical beauty!

renee said...

great card Vicky, especially LOVE the back ground and the surf...