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Greetings friends and fellow stampers! Cathy here with another Ways To Use It Challenge and it's perfect for these dog days of summer. It's no secret that in addition to golden retrievers, I love the beach. In fact, I'm heading there on Sunday, so to help me get geared up for my vacation...not that I need much coaxing when it comes to going to the shore...my challenge to you is to "Hit the Beach!" Create a card that uses at least one beach item...real, faux, stamped, or created! Let's fill the gallery with sun, waves, shells, and sand or anything else you might find at the beach! I have a feeling that as the gallery fill up with wonderful projects from the shore, we'll all be wanting to "Hit the Beach!" Have fun!
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Here is mine! I actually made this last night, but I thought it might go for today too. I hope to make another if I get a chance. It's been a busy day here. My son has had friends over to play. That's always fun! TFL!
This was a great idea. I love the beach, but not the crowded beach. I love walking forever looking for seashells and/or whatever else turns up. I love the quietness and the sound of the waves lapping. After our last vacation, I even know where to find a beached boat. Here's my card
Cathy- great challenge, thank you! I used SU's The Open Sea for my ship image, and paired it with Jim Holtz' Pocket Watches for my weathered clock. I added some sewing on the rickrack- so this is suitable for WT383, too Here's Time For Travel
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