Wednesday, October 8, 2014

The Open Sea and Stamping & Blogging

Hi Everyone,
Back for another fun filled day of Stamping and Blogging. Sandi had an interesting sketch for us today. I hope you like it.

ship card



and here is the sketchsb76

I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with this sketch….seemed foreign to me. That’s why I love sketch challenges…you never know what’s going to pop up or speak to you. As I was looking at my stamp Library this set just about jumped out at me. I haven’t had this set out in ages but could see it in this sketch.
The base of the card is done in Night of Navy cut to 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 and folded in half
The next layer is our Gold Foil Paper cut to 3 7.8 x 5 1/8. The Vanilla Mat that tops it is cut to 3 3/4 x 5 and stamped randomly with the ledger stamp in the set in Crumb Cake. I then sponged the edges with Soft Suede. Pretty effect I think.
The next mat is the Navy Circle and then the stamped boat onto Very Vanilla with Night of Navy Ink. I did sponge the edges when I was done cutting the Vanilla Circle out with my Circle Framelits. I popped the image up on dimensionals and then ran a rim of Tombo Multi Glue around it and laid the gold and cream Bakers Twine down. I’m likin’ it!! Are you? I stamped the compass in Navy but then decided the center of it needed to be embossed in gold and cut out and popped up atop the navy one.
Of course I had to have a gold anchor now…don’t you think? Added a little of the twine and knotted it and frayed it to complete the look. The sentiment was done with “And Many More” Stamp set. What a lovely variety of sayings….I did wrap a bit of twine around that too. I hope you like it.
Here are the supplies I used for my card…..and this months Hostess Code XKTWZ2KF
if you'd like to order anything. You can get to my website here


 
Now on to the rest of the Design Team.....don't miss out on these extraordinary talents!
 
Sandi MacIver – USA www.stampingwithsandi.com
Amy Koenders – USA www.stampwithAmyK.com
Michelle Last – UK www.michellelast.co.uk
Claire Daly - Australia– www.clairedaly.typepad.com
Shelagh Freemantle – Canada – http://www.shelaghfreemantle.com/
Patrice Halliday-Larsen - New Zealand– Create with Stamps.co.nz -
Thanks so much for stopping in. See you next time!!!

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9 comments:

Claire said...

Oh wow Lee. This totally blows my mind. Such amazing detail which adds a real wow to your card. My favourite touch is how you have used the twine around the circle. So clever!

Mary Babet said...

Gorgeous card. I love the twine wrapped around the photo and the anchor adds a nice touch. I love the touch of gold on this amazing card.

Marine Wiplier said...

Wow Lee, your card is amazing ! I love this sea spirit, so much details to see, wonderful !

Donna Baker said...

Love this card!! Ths is a perfect masculine card . Have a hard time creating masculine cards but will case this one if you don't mind . Thank you

Shelagh Freemantle said...

This is a wonderful creation Lee. I love the way you did the background....looks very wood like. You are so talented. Hugs from Shelagh.

stampwithamyk said...

Wow Lee, this card is just beautiful! I love the gold twine around the focal image and your background looks fantastic!

Carol Carriveau said...

Fabulous - the colors, the bling and the choices you made for layering!!! The gold twine around the 'porthole' is amazing - as well as on the anchor!

Rose Ann Marr said...

What a pretty card Lee, just stunning. I love the Bakers Twine around the image. Thank for sharing.

Sandi MacIver said...

wowza, this card turned out amazing Miss Lee, I love all the details and they are just perfectly combined on this masculine card.