Jeweltone Sky

Did you see the newest release from Doodle’s Paper Playground. They have a whole new collection of Sparkle Blend Mixes released and you don’t want to miss out on them. Today I am playing with one of these new blends, the Jeweltone Sky Sparkle Blend Mix.

Step One: Blend three four shades of Distress Oxides to create both an ocean and a sky. I used Tumbled Glass, Stormy Sky, Blueprint Sketch, and Chipped Sapphire. I then sprayed clean water onto the inks.

Step Two: Around the bottom edges of the cardstock, blend a purple ink. I used Seedless Preserves Distress Oxide.

Step Three: Using a the Water Window die set from Your Next Die, die cut a hole in the cardstock to create your shaker window. I also die cut some fish, boat, and sub on white cardstock.

Step Four: Color the die cuts with alcohol markers. I used my copics.

Step Five: Adhere the die cut water onto an A2 card frame. Also adhere the sub to the background. Create a shaker window with three dimensional tape and a piece of acetate. Adhere the fist to the acetate. Fill the window with Jeweltone Sky Sparkle Blends.

Step Six: Assemble the card. I then adhered the boat onto the face of the card as well as the subs periscope.

Step Seven: Add a sentiment to the card face. I used an old one from a My Favorite Things stamp set.

Step Eight: Adhere some stars from the Jeweltone Sky die set around the sentiment.

I know this blend was intended to shine in the sky, but I just love how it looks floating in the ocean. Let me know how you would use this gorgeous jewel tone blend. Let me know in the comments below. Until then, happy crafting.

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