Mermaid Vibes

Hello, everyone! I hope you are all doing well! It’s Jenny here today, and I’d like to share couple of mermaid cards I created! Have you checked our new Mermaid Vibes stamp set and the Coordinating Dies? It’s a gorgeous set, filled with many many beautiful images.

I created 2 cards featuring the Mermaid Vibes set with fun ocean themed backgrounds.

Here’s the first card!


I started the card by stamping the images from our new Mermaid Vibes stamp set on a smooth white cardstock in our Copic-friendly Caviar Hybrid ink. I colored the images with various Copic Markers, fussy cut, and set it aside. I didn’t have it when I was creating this card, but The Mermaid Vibes Coordinating Dies are available in shop now.


Then, I created the beach scene with Copic Markers. I also added clouds on top of the panel with the stencil, gently swiping  Cali Blue Dye ink using the Clarity Stencil Brush. I stamped few seagulls from our Palm Tree Stamp set in our Noir Dye ink. I also stamped the sentiment in Versamark ink, and heat embossed in white. I die cut the panel using the largest die from our (Small)Double Stitched Rectangle Dies, and adhered it on a white A2 sized card base.


Next, I adhered all the fussy cut images onto the card, some popped up using the foam tape. I added more interest on the images with the white gel pen and the Sparkle pen. I adhered some Glass Slippers Confetti and the Silver Holographic sequins to dress up the card.


I created a underwater scene for the 2nd card!


I started off by stamping the mermaid and couple of accessory images from the Mermaid Vibes set on a smooth white cardstock using the Caviar Hybrid ink. I colored the images with Copic Markers. I added texture on the tail with the Copic Blender solution the 0 marker. I also added some dots with white and Silver gel pens and shimmer with the Sparkle pen. I fussy cut the images and put them aside.


For the background, I scribbled some Zig markers (036 Light Blue, 031 Cobalt Blue, and 030 Blue) on a watercolor cardstock and blended with clear water. I also added some droplets for more texture. When the panel was completely dry, I stamped the sea critters and plants images from the Mermaid Vibes set in Versamark and heat embossed in white. I also stamped the sentiment, “sending mermaid kisses and starfish wishes” on the vellum, heat embossed in silver, and trimmed it down to a thin banner. I wrapped the sentiment banner around the background panel and fixed it on the back with piece of a tape.


On  a white A2 sized card base, I adhered some strips of our Glossy Fine Transparent Adhesive Glitter paper. Then I adhered the background panel on the card, popped up with the fun foam. Next, I adhered the Mermaid image and finished the card by adding some Mixed Dew Drops.


Hope you join us for The Ton’s July 2017 Challenge ! For this month, we are playing the Mood Board. Hope you’d join for a chance to win a $50 spree to The Ton’s shop!

*Gift certificates only apply to The Ton Stamps, Dies, Ink, Gilding, and Embossing Powder.


Here is how to play:

To participate in our challenge, create a paper crafting project based on the Mood Board you see above.

  1. You must use a Ton product as the main focal point of your card or tag.
  2. Display the cue word/inspiration photo on your blog post and include a link to this challenge in the body of your post.
  3. There is no limit to the number of projects you wish to enter into the challenge.
  4. The winning project will be chosen based upon detail, composition and aesthetics.
  5. Enter your card by July 31, 2017 by 12:55pm EST.
  6.  There is a $50 Gift card that will go to the winning entry!

Please visit The Ton’s CHALLENGE BLOG for more info.


That’s all from me today, and I hope you enjoyed the cards! Thank you for stopping by!

Sending mermaid kisses and starfish wishes to you all! Have a fabulous day!



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