Here are a few ways this stamp can be used. Click on the images for more information on how the project was created.
Rachel Greig used an embossing resist technique to stamp the Wild As The Sea Quote Stamp and the Wild Waves Background Stamp, then coloured with blue Distress Inks over the top. You can see a video of how Rachel created the card here.
Jane Clark has created a real watery ocean by stamping the Wild Waves Background Stamp a few times to create multiple waves and watercoloured over the top to bleed out the ink a little to give it that watery look. Jane then used the Under The Sea Stamp Set for the fish and the Wild As The Sea Quote Stamp on top to finish it off.
Belinda Spencer stamped and embossed the Wild Waves in white embossing powder and inked over the top with Distress Inks to create a resist. Belinda cut apart some of the waves to add in the fish from the Under The Sea Stamp set. The 'sun' is from the Small Sketched Alphabet Stamp Set. Belinda stamped the Wild As The Sea Quote Stamp and trimmed it apart to tuck in between some of the waves.
This card by Suzanne Czosek reminds you of beautiful turquoise ocean water! Suzz created an alcohol ink background and added stamps from the Sail Away & Under The Sea Stamp Sets, Lighthouse Photo Stamp, Fishing Net Texture Stamp and the Wild As The Sea Quote Stamp to complete the card!
Connie Mercer has created this fun card using the Wild Waves with the Under The Sea and Wild As The Sea Stamps. Connie highlighted some of the waves with a white pen to give them some highlights. As you can see, there are lots of ways to use these stamps together!
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