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Lighthouse Tag

Hello! The Stampendous team is continuing the "Part of Your World" theme for the month of May, and this week we are highlighting "Up Where they Walk." So think lighthouses, sail boats, beaches, etc. I decided to make a tag with the Build a Lighthouse stamp set. Check out the full instructions below.


Supplies:
Stampendous:
CRS5098: Build a Lighthouse Stamp Set
DCS5098: Build a Lighthouse Die Cut Set

Other:
Zig Clean Color Markers: 028, 034, 037, 040, 041, 044, 050, 062, 064, 065, 072, 075, 083, 096, 260, 302, 303, 803
Staples:
Molotow:
May Arts: Ribbon

Directions:
1. Using VersaFine ink in Onyx Black, first stamp the lighthouse on the right side of the tag.

2. Die cut a lighthouse out of scrap paper.

3. Temporarily attach the die cut light house on top of the stamped light house with temporary adhesive or tap under the die cut.

4. Stamp the clouds across the top of the tag.

5. Stamp the trees and bushes below the cloud line. The die cut lighthouse prevents you from stamping on the lighthouse that you will eventually color in.

6. Stamp the shore line.

7. Stamp some waves.

8. Color the tag using the Zig Clean Color Markers listed.

9. Highlight the clouds and lighthouse with the Molotow marker.

10. Add some ribbon to the tag.
Please check out the Stampendous Blog ad the rest of the folks posting along with me. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Viki Banaszak said…
This is so pretty. It would make a great bookmark. Moby Dick anyone?!
This is just gorgeous! Fab job on the coloring. --Love Viki's comment too. ;)
Stampendous said…
You did a fabulous job on this tag or bookmark, great detail in the coloring and love how cozy it feels with all the trees nestled together! Thank you for sharing!
You have certainly packed a lot of WOW into this stunning tag! It makes me want to go sit on the lighthouse steps and relax while drinking in the lovely sounds of Nature! TFS!

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