Slimline Ocean Scene with Laura

by Laura

Hi everyone! It’s Laura here, and today I am back to share with you a slimline ocean scene card and a video tutorial showing how to make it!

The images I used for today’s card are part of the Jawesome and Under the Sea stamp sets. So fun and perfect together! I stamped them with Spectrum Noir Flagstone Ink and I colored them with Illustrator markers.
Here is a list of colors I used

Sharks: BGR1, BGR3, BGR5
Pufferfish: PP5, PP3, PP1, BG3, BG1
Jellyfish: LV3, HB3, HB1
Sea Horse: GT1, GT3
Tiny Fish: OR1, CT4, CT1
Yellow Fish: OR1, BO1, CT4, CT1, LV3, HB3, HB1, BG3, BG1
Starfish: MG5, MG3, MG1
Seaweed: AG3, AG1, CG1
Rocks: BG1, BG3, BG5
Coral: PP5, PP3, PP1

Once I was done coloring the images, I die cut them with the coordinating dies.

For the background I die cut some watercolor cardstock using the Dotted Slimline Set 2 dies.
I left the background panel as is and ink blended the scalloped rectangle with Distress Oxides

I used Speckled Egg, Salty Ocean and Chipped Sapphire. I added some droplets with water, my Distress Oxides and, for added sparkle, with my Gansai Tambi Starry Colors.

For the sand bank I die cut some more watercolor cardstock. I combined the Dotted Slimline Set 2 with the Trimmings Borders dies. I ink blended the panel with Antique Linen and Vintage Photo Distress Oxides and added some droplets with my inks and my Gansai Tambi Starry Colors on this panel, too.

I adhered all the images in place and I used the Flourishing Notes coordinating dies to create my sentiment.

I finished off the card with some Iridescend Bubbles and Tiny Iridescent Bubbles and some details with a white gel pen!

And here is the video tutorial I created for you! I really hope you like it and, if you do, make sure to subscribe to the Studio Katia channel for more inspiration!

Thank you all for stopping by and have a great day!



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1 comment

Andrea Hastilow July 12, 2020 - 8:11 am

So much colourful fun on this design. The could watch you colour all day so never worry about a longer video as far as I’m concerned, the more I watch the more I learn. Like that you combined several sets . Awesome x Stay safe , healthy and happy creating x


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