Dare To Swim

Hi there! Helen here sharing some NEW stamps inspiration from me today!

I created this pretty much as soon as the new stamps arrived here, as I could not wait to get my hands on them.


I have used our beautiful Dare To Swim set…


First of all I had lots of fun creating a sea background using turquoise, green and yellow brushos,
letting the colours merge and run

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I decided I would make a piece of home decor rather than a card, so once dry
I cut the card to size and painted the edges and base of my Monolith using Dylusions paint


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I stamped and embossed the large jellyfish using red/gold embossing powder
which turned more of a copper colour on my background which I really like.


I stamped the fish and sea weed using distress inks, and then dabbed the fabulous little bubbles stamp into
white dylusions paint and added randomly.

I used some diluted white paint to create a glow on the jellyfish.



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Lastly I stamped and embossed the beautiful quote using white embossing powder.

How beautifully it stamps…


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So here is my finished project…


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I really love it ♡ Hope you do too!



Products Used:


Dare To Swim


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Monoliths


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Pop back soon for more fabulous inspiration from our amazing team.

Helen xx



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