Friday Feature

Posted by on September 20, 2013 in Annabelle Stamps, Copic markers, Happy Birthday Cards, Hero Arts | 5 comments

It’s Friday…and I’m on holidays! School is out for 2 weeks! Yee Haa!


For this week’s Friday Feature, the Belles are using the recently released stamp set Beside the Sea.

Happy Birthday

I stamped the image and then coloured it with Copics. I even decorated a matching envelope. This is a mini card measuring 10cm by 10cms.

Happy Birthday and envelope

Can you believe that even though I live beside the sea, I had to Google the colours for a seagull? I see these guys all the time looking for free food! My daughter loves to chase them šŸ™‚


Stamps: AnnaBelle Stamps Beside the Sea stamp set, AnnaBelle Stamps BBD#5 Stamp set

Ink: Hero Arts inks – Pool, VersaFine Onyx Black, Memento Ink – Tuxedo Black

Card: AnnaBelle Stamps smooth white cardstock, Hero Arts folded notecards – Azure

Other Supplies: Copic markers, Memento fine black marker, foam dimensionals

Be sure to check out the rest of the Belles’ projects to see how they have used this set – their links are on my side bar.

Thanks for stopping by,



  1. But that’s what Google is for, I’ve found that I no longer need my memory at all with either Google or Wiki around lol. Love your fabulous colouring Marion (now I’m off to Google to find out what I should do next…) have some great holidays!

  2. I really love this cute card and I know that I could not live without google these days….how did we ever find out information before? LOL xx

  3. Great googling and fabulous colouring Marion, your seagull looks great. Enjoy your holidays šŸ™‚ Cathy x

  4. You always do such a wonderful job coloring. Fresh look and so cute. I live by the ocean and would have to look up the wildlife on google too! šŸ™‚

  5. Darling card Marion and I love the matching envelope. Enjoy your holidays šŸ™‚

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