Card making, rubber stamping techniques and project videos for papercrafters

So my birthday is 24 making it a pp and stitch card for me. I chose the chevron PP to denote waves and added it to my card after I had cut out all the steps. Used some alphabet die cuts to make the word on the steps and some color burst paper I had made a while ago, to die cut the little seahorses. Stamped the lighthouse and fussy cut out then popped up onto card front. Stamped the seaweed and shells also fussy cut out. Coloured in the shells and seaweed. Twisted the larger seahorse tail into the seaweed for realism. Added a bit of Sakura pen here and there but doesn't show in photo. Stamped the seagulls then the top two of the three on right side got stitched on top of the stamping. I used a tiny cross stitch but don't know if it is visible enough on photo. I am actually pleased with this card and have already figured out how to make a better one next time. Hope you all like it.

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Comment by Theresa Pollack on August 22, 2017 at 3:18pm

Great step card! love the theme.

Comment by Joyce Erb on August 22, 2017 at 12:52pm

Looks so festive, love it! Such a cute scene

Comment by Rebecca on August 22, 2017 at 12:13pm

Wow your stepped card is awesome, Johanna and I bet this took a great deal of time to make but has definitely paid off and excellently executed :)  I just love the  patterned paper you have used and a great combination of colours to make your seaside scene, it definitely makes me wish I was there :)  Your stitched birds are great and look at all those images you have fussy cut, you must have the patience of a saint.  Perfect card, my friend :)

Comment by Judy Inukai on August 22, 2017 at 6:27am

Ah-some and Ah-mazing. You really nailed the challenge for your date. I have seen a step card but have never attempted it. i think you need to do a tutorial on it. I do see your stitched birds and they turned out great. The seahorses are beautiful. I like the way the one is twisted around the seaweed. Fussy cutting the seaweed was no small chore. Your coloring is wonderful. The sentiment is perfect. You should be proud of this my friend, It's wonderful!

Comment by Jan Brazier on August 22, 2017 at 3:40am

Awesome card, Johanna! Certainly a lot of hard work. You should definitely be pleased with the end result because it is wonderful!

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