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Dreamscape card


I have to say I am very very enchanted by Lost Coast Designs. So much so that I found an outlet in the UK where I could order them and have done so. I am so happy to be introduced to these beauties..... Thank you

I just want to thank Altered Pages for partnering another awesome company.:) I am a happy girl.

Now onto my project. I decided this time and unusually for me, to make a card. I wanted one that could be used for any occasion for male or female so here it is.

List of products used

Lost Coast Designs  Cityscape stamp
Cardstock - black and white
Corrugated card 
Water colour paints
Black ink 
Tissue paper
Glue to adhere tissue paper
Double sided tape
Foam mounts
Wink of Stella pen
decoupage glue
White pen
heart stamp and reality stamp are old ones from my stash.




I began by soaking the white card in water spray then added various, pinks, oranges and red water colour paints with a brush and merging together for a background. I dried with heat gun and then stamped the Lost Coast stamp onto a white piece of tissue (i usually save it from gift wrapping and recycle )  with black ink.

I painted a coat of decoupage glue on the surface of the painted card stock then placed  the tissue carefully on to the surface and smoothed out. I left to dry then trimmed off the excess tissue. I added another layer of decoupage as a coating to the top and dried again.





I mounted the stamped piece onto black card pre-cut to fit.  I added the sentiment and hearts with the black ink then added white dots with a white pen. It's hard to see but I also added twinkle to the buildings with the Wink of Stella brush. I used foam mounts for mounting it onto coloured corrugated card then added to the front of a white card. I hope you like it. I love the stamp and know I will use it often. Thanks for visiting and have a lovely week.


June Macfarlane



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