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Weathered Postcard Technique

Today is the kick off of the StampNation Summer Beach Vacation event with a Blog Hop!  Each of the StampNation Dream Team members, along with some of their crafty friends like me, are hopping along sharing cards inspired by the first challenge, “Beach Style”!

Since it’s me, you know I had to make a video to show you how I did this – it’s SOOO easy!

189 thoughts on “Weathered Postcard Technique

  1. Great technique – especially for those of us who have not perfected the blending of Copics!

    Although I spent my teenage years on the East Coast of Florida, I never had the desire to try surfing. I LOVED to water ski on the intracoastal, and I loved swimming in the pool. But I never really enjoyed the sand and salt from the beach. (My dad wa a dermatologist, so “laying out” in the sun was NEVER allowed!)

  2. Loved the videos! Sharing your techniques is awesome! Your smile and enthusiasm is infectious! Thanks for the inspiration to try blend abilities!

  3. Very cool 60s retro-y card! I have not surfed. Lived in Hawai’i for ten years now, plus we vacationed here numerous times prior to moving here. Yup, me no likey things that eat people either. I will stay on land where I belong 🙂

  4. I’m ready to load up the van and head out 🙂 Beach time!!!!

  5. Really cool technique (weathered effect). I wish I was in that van right about now! Its a awesome card that anyone would be thrilled to receive.

  6. love the cars and technique

  7. Beautiful card! Love the weathered technique video! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  8. Very cute card!

  9. Love your card, you just want to jump in and have a surf!!

  10. What a great card, Sandy! You are amazing. I love watching you create on youtube!! Thanks.

  11. What a wonderful technique! I love this card.
    Can’t swim so maybe learning to should be before surfing on my bucket list, LOL.
    Thanks for sharing!

  12. Love your coloring techniques. Thanks for the video too.

  13. Love your card and your technique. I will have to try this. I will not be surfing in the future – I am like you – sharks scare me alot! lol

  14. I love to warch you color! Great card

  15. Thanks for the video. Always helps to understand the technique better

  16. This card makes me feel like I’m there in Hawaii!! LOVE the video!
    Thanks for the inspiration!

  17. What a great tutorial! Thank you so much for this one!

  18. Love the camper!! Lovely card.

  19. never surfed probably couldn’t get up. adorable card. love the technique and your music is cool too.

  20. Wow!! Love this card! What a cool technique you created this card! Thanks for the video 🙂

  21. Thanks so much for sharing this technique with us. I love this card!!

  22. Love the VW bus.

  23. Thanks for the video. It helps a lot. Love the VW bus.

  24. Oh m’gosh, so ADORABLE!

  25. Great card…wish I could color like that!

  26. Great technique. Great card. The only surfing I’ve done is on a boogy board (sand surfing, I think it’s called). And, it’s been a while since I’ve done that!

  27. Love the video. Wish I had copic markers but I haven’t ventured out to buy them yet. This blog hop has been a lot of fun so far.

  28. Thanks for the video and showing the blender pen tricks, very helpful. Surfing….no, I love the beach but am not a water person.

  29. Fantastic card. Great video. TFS

  30. Great card Sandy! Thanks for sharing your technique!

  31. Thanks for the video…makes me R-E-A-L-L-Y want to save $$$ to start collecting copics!

  32. What a great card and great video! So simple to do – thanks for breaking it down so simply!

  33. Mahalo!! Love it!

  34. This card is AWESOME! Luv it!

  35. Adorable card – thanks for the video!!

  36. Beautiful technique. I want to go to the beach……pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeze?????
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

  37. Your card is great–I really love the water!

    Chris L.

  38. Love the design and coloring you did on this card!! So cute!!

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