Got tidied up from my marathon marmalade-making session yesterday, made biscuits and dinner, and then found time to make another card using today's great sketch.
I chose Boatloads of Love, which I stamped on watercolour paper and coloured with H2Os, with chalk for the sky. Added Crackle Accents to the main white bit around the deck...distressed edges and layered onto Basic Gray. I am so happy now that they sell the solid colours in multipacks. I was looking for a different paper altogether and found this one my Creative Imaginations, which was perfect. Layered it up onto the Basic Grey, and added gold eyelets to the four corners.
Added a little whale button - and then realised I'd forgotten the horizontal strip, so dug out some magic mesh. I did try putting a couple of shells in the mesh, but took them off again.
Date: Wednesday, January 20, 2010 GMT Views: 664
Registered: March 11, 2008 Location: Sacramento, California Posts: 39763
Wed, Jan 20, 2010 @ 1:29 PM
Sabrina, you're making me hungry!.....love your cute boat card. The maps are a cool idea. Love the mesh. Fabulous card. TFS :0)
------------------------------ Cathy B aka: Mutnik ....or is it Nutmeg?! I get so confused!
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Wed, Jan 20, 2010 @ 4:23 PM
Sabrina this is just darling!! I love your whale and that map bg is fabulous. Marmalade...yummy! I am late leaving comments...our phone lines were down all afternoon so no computer. :-( Back up and running now though! TFS your fun card!!
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Wed, Jan 20, 2010 @ 5:07 PM
You're quite the woman: finishing a marathon marmalade yesterday to a card like this. I have always loved this boat image and so had to you decided to go ba ck and add the mesh/whale. They're perfect embellishments.
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