Beach Kiosk – Sending Lots Of Love

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Today’s handmade card has been created for the challenge at I Love Promarkers Challenge #560.

The theme for this challenge is Anything Goes with the option Tropical Vibes.

You must use alcohol markers on your work to join in the fun, any brand is excepted.

Our sponsor for this challenge is Polkadoodles.

For my card I have used one of their digital images called Beach Kiosk.

made using a digital download image from Polkadoodles called Beach Kiosk along with papers from The Crafty Witches called Sail The Seas

Here is a tutorial on how I created this card.

You will need :

7″ By 10″ White Card Base
Polkadoodles Digital Image – Beach Kiosk
Promarker Pens
The Crafty Witches Digital Download Collection Sail The Seas
White Card
Black Card
The Paper Boutique Beyond Alphabet Collection
Butterfly Punch
Glue / Double Sided Tape
Foam Pads


Print the digital image Beach Kiosk on to white card.
Choose two patterned papers and one sentiment.

Layer one:
Cut a piece from black measuring 17 cms by 24.5 cms.
Cut a piece from the first paper measuring 16.5 cms by 24 cms.
Matt and layer together and attach to the card base.

Layer two:
Cut a piece from black card measuring 17 cms by 6 cms.
Cut a piece from the second paper measuring 17 cms by 5.5 cms.
Matt and layer it together and attach to the card base on the right, using foam pads.

Layer three:
Using black card, cut a matt layer for the sentiment.
Matt and layer with the sentiment and attach to layer two.

Layer four:
Colour in the Beach Kiosk digital image, I used promarker pens.

Kiosk: Saddle brown, cocoa, burnt sienna, cardinal red, firebrick. burgundy, cool grey 5, black.
Umbrella: Sky blue, aegean, true blue, saddle brown, burnt sienna.
Sun Glasses: Black, cool grey 1, 2, 5, marine, mulberry, plum.
Flip Flops: saffron, tan, salmon pink, purple, orange.
Candy Floss: Cerise, magenta, tea green.
Surf Board: Cobalt, sky blue, cyan, aegean, azure, true blue, white gel pen.
Hot Dogs: Terracotta, raw sienna, burnt umber, sunflower.
Crabs / Tray: Putty, oatmeal, honeycomb, henna, tulip yellow, sunflower.
Shells: / Starfish: tulip yellow, sunflower, apricot, amber, mango, pumpkin,
Cameras: Black, cool grey 2, 4, 5, azure.
Bucket / Spade: Pear green, olive green, raw sienna, lipstick red, poppy
Beach Balls / Boat: Khaki, marsh green, marsh green, carmine, magenta, caramel, shale, duck egg, arctic blue.
Sand / Sky: Blush, praline, tea green, grey green.

made using a digital download image from Polkadoodles called Beach Kiosk along with papers from The Crafty Witches called Sail The Seas

Cut a piece of black card measuring 16 cms by 15 cms.
Cut the image to measure 15.5 cms by 14.5 cms.
Matt and layer together and attach to the card base on the left.

Layer five:
Cut out the letters from black card and attach to the image.
Then using the butterfly die, cut out two butterflies and attach to the image.

To finish add an insert to the inside of the card base.


Thank you for visiting my blog and please feel free to follow and make any of my handmade card tutorials.

If you would like to see other cards I have made please have a look here:

Beach Flamingo Sand – Sending You Birthday Wishes

Sand Castle Ellie – On Your Day

Always Believe

Butterfly Corner – Thank You

Wishing Stars – Festive Greetings


Challenges I would like to enter are:

Polkadoodles Challenge Wk 22 – Anything Goes

Allsorts Challenge Week 783 – Anything Goes Optional Lots Of Layers

Gem Of A Challenge Wk 11 – Anything Goes


5 thoughts on “Beach Kiosk – Sending Lots Of Love”

  1. Lynn says:

    A lovely colourful card with great colouring too. Thanks for sharing with us at Allsorts

  2. Brenda says:

    Fun, bright and colourful, many thanks for sharing with us at Allsorts challenge this week and using our layers option.

    B x

  3. Sarah Wills says:

    Thank you for supporting my optional theme at Allsorts this week. What a fun summery layered card. Sarah

  4. Tinz says:

    I would really like to be visiting this kiosk at the moment. It is so grey and gloomy and this card really makes it feel like summer!

    Hugz Tinz

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