The Oceanfront stamp set proves to be very adaptable, as you can see in the examples below.
The first example being a card front that displays a setting sun.
This card was easily created using a mask for the sun, stamping over it, then shading the sun and the horizon using a finger dabber and some Mango Melody Ink.
Later into the evening, we see a silver moon!
The moon was stamped with a circular stamp using Versimark Ink and then heat embossed with silver embossing powder.
The color tones include misty moonlight ( stamped off ), tahitian tide for the water, and basic grey for the beach sand.
The grass is stamped in black to create a silhouette effect.
The card front is framed with 2 sections ( each popped up on dimensionals ) from the Layering Diorama dies.
I think we talked about the Oceanfront Stamp set not only for creating water... it looks great when creating just a simple ground landscape as well.
The card front below displays a beautiful skyline overtop a pasture type scene.
The fence lends a nice little added interest to the card.
The last example again shows the stamp set being used to create a meadow scene. We see trees in the background and the different grades of land you would find in a county setting.
This time a few boulders ( included in the stamp set ) were added, along with the deer to add a little interest to the card front.
This is not the last of the Oceanfront stamp set we will be seeing... there is a Part 3 coming with card fronts that look completely different than the ones above. I've even paired it with a *New Stamp set from the Holiday Catalogue that is to be released on July 1st, 2022.
So it will be a bit of sneak peek for that stamp set.
Watch for that in the coming week!!
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