Once dry, these four were die-cut to create different layers of the scene, leaving the background in to which I created accordion folded sides.
For a focal point I coloured a small piece of paper with Emerald Green Brusho and cut the yacht from this and a scrap of pearly paper, layering the two together and gluing them to the pearly paper layer so it is behind the blue waves.
To give the scene some texture I used a little pot to mix some grunge paste with orange and light brown Brusho crystals and then, as this became one tone, I added a little dark brown Brusho Crystals and some Iridescent Gold SprinkleIT, without mixing them in, to get the mix of sparkly colours that sand has. I added this fake sand to the scene with a spatula then sprinkled more SprinkleIT over the top. The effect doesn't show well in the photo but it is very pretty.
By happy accident I spotted a box I had painted for a different project and I think it houses the scene perfectly. Now I just need some sunny weather!
Thanks for passing by today. I hope it is sunny in your part of the world.
The SprinkleIT powders are found < here >