Thursday, July 4, 2019

Stampin' Up Sailing Home Birthday Card for Happy Inkin' Thursday Blog Hop



Today our team has a sketch challenge and I have chosen to use the Sailing Home Stamp Set and Matching Dies for my card.  Here is what I created...



and here is the sketch we are using this week...
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First of all, I apologize that my title doesn't fit the theme of my card. I had intended to make a birthday card but it ended up as an anniversary card. I didn't want the permalink to change because some of the team are their way to Roma, had already linked to it and it would have messed up the hop. 

I started by cutting my Night of Navy panel with a die from Seasonal Layers Thinlits. I used my embossing body to rub over the top of it, which removes any oils from my fingers. I stamped the waves from the High Tide Stamp Set with Versa Mark Ink, sprinkled it with White Emboss Powder and heat set it.

I adhered a mat of Come Sail Away Designer Series Paper to the front of my Night of Navy card base. Then I adhered the waves to the bottom of it.

The sentiment from the Butterfly Gala Stamp Set is stamped in Night of Navy on a scrap of Whisper White. I stamped the sailboat on another scrap with the same ink. I used  dies from Smooth Sailing to cut  out my sentiment and sailboat. I also used that same die set to cut out the Granny Apple Green seaweed pieces. I adhered my sailboat with dimensionals and used liquid glue for the other pieces.

For the inside, I used a sentiment from High Tide and one from Beautiful Bouquet. They are stamped in Granny Apple Green ink. The lighthouse from Sailing Home is stamped in Night of Navy.





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8 comments:

  1. You have outdone yourself! This is very well done. Love your color choices and the use of the High Tide stamp set for some of the components. Great 'waves'! I wouldn't have thought of that. Very classy.

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    1. Thank you, Julie, for such high praise on the high seas ;-)

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  2. Very creative take on the sketch! Love the nautical theme. :)

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    1. Thank you, Amy, for taking time out of your vacation to leave a comment. Hope you are enjoying.

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  3. Karen, what a fabulous card this is!!! Just love how you combined all the different sets into one beautiful card!!

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    1. Thanks, Eva. I love that we can do that with SU products.

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