Hello, it’s Kari with a couple Otterly Adorable cards to share! Today I’m sharing a video with the changes to these underwater/ocean scenes and easy ways to create multiple cards.

Watch the video below or on YouTube:

I used the Otterly Awesome stamp set from the new Under The Seashore mini release. These little critters are super adorable (but I do think they look a little like baby seals! What do you think?)

To make these cards, I started out by setting up my scene in the Misti. I took 3 otter stamps and a few of the fish and arranged them for stamping. I stamped it TWICE on Mini Slimline panels that measured 3 1/2″ x 6 1/2.”

For this first card, I masked off the top of the panel and inked on the “ocean” with Vegas Strip Ink. Then I used the stencil Centering in on Things to add some bubbles with the same ink color.

I colored in the otters with Copic markers and added some blue lines with Copics to show movement. I used lighter blues to soften those lines a bit.

Then I moved the mint tape to mask off the “ocean” so I could ink on the Sunrise to the top of the panel. I used Lemon, Yellowstone, Flamingo, and Red Leicester. Then I added it to a card base.

For the second card, I used the exact same techniques, but used different colors and stencil. For this one, I started off the ocean with Blue Raspberry ink. I love this color! I used the whimsical lines stencil to add a little movement and colored up the otters (seals?) with Cool Grey inks.

When I masked off the top, I added a circle mask for the sun. Then I inked on the yellow, pink, and orange.

And that’s all there is to it! A couple cards made quickly because the layout is the same, just changed up the colors and stencils!

So which one do you like better?

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Thanks for stopping by! See you soon with more cards to share,

Kari