For the background, I used distress oxide ink, masking and stencils to create a flat colour look, reminiscent of the posters that inspired this card.
I added the panel to my card base, leaving room for my sentiment. The railway posters have the town names in a large font, so I used the new Oliver Alpha die set for this part of my sentiment. I layered two white card die cut letters, then a top layer of blue card die cut letters.
I stamped a sentiment from the Seaside Girls set, then adhered my die cut letters underneath.
My images are all from the Seaside Girls set, coloured with copic markers and a little coloured pencil over the top.
Join me tomorrow for a look at another new set from the June 2019 release.
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