Under the Sea Tag with Kerry

Hello Lindy’s Tribe! Its Kerry with you sharing an ‘Under the Sea’ inspired tag. For this project I have used a selection of my favorite Lindy’s Sprays and Embossing Powders to add both gorgeous color and awesome texture to the project.


To start, take some of the gorgeous Lindy’s sprays in ‘sea’ colors, I have chosen Clam Bake Beige, Green with envy Green and TiffanyLou Blue. You will also need some white cardstock.2

Spray the TiffanyLou Blue over most of the card and use the Clam Bake Beige and Green with envy Green more sparingly toward the bottom and side of the card.3

Add some gesso and Washi to the background for added texture and dry off.4

Using Clam Bake Beige and Green with envy Green sprays, color the chipboard elements… LOOK at the fabulous shimmer!!!


To add some more texture to the chipboard, randomly apply some 3D gel medium to the pieces, sprinkle Lindy’s Embossing Powder in Oakleaf Olive, Sunrise Salmon Gold and Morning Glory Azure into the wet gel medium and then dry with the heat tool, the gel medium will bubble and you end up with awesome texture!


Spray some lace ‘Netting’ with water and add the TiffanyLou Blue and Green with envy Green sprays, (the water will allow the colors to be a little softer), and dry off.7

Add some additional sea themed embellishments and layer all the pieces onto the card, use 3D foam to add dimension to the project.8

To finish off, add some pearls and art stones, splash the stones with a little of the Clam Bake Beige and Green with envy Green to blend them into the background. I have also added some metallic gilding paste to the raised areas to help bring out the texture.1(1)

Sigh…. look at all that yummy shimmering texture…..so gorgeous!


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  • Cardstock, Gesso, Washi tape. Netting, Pearls, Art Stones, Whichcraft Chipboard, Gilding Paste, Fibres, Gel Medium, 3D foam

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