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Monday, June 8, 2015

Sail Away In Rolling Waves

This is for today's TECHNIQUE LOVERS CHALLENGE 537 - On A Roll, and Monday's CLEAN AND SIMPLE CHALLENGE # 328 - Let The Sunshine In, and Monday's MOJO MONDAY SKETCH CHALLENGE # 401. I sponged daffodil delight on the white base using Tim Holz Rays Stencil. The focal image was sponged with tempting turquoise for the clouds. The bottom is pool party cs torn and rolled up on the edges then I used my white jel pen to highlight the waves. The boat was cut using the coordinating die then stamped in black and I used Copic R14 to color the boat and the compass which is popped up on dimensionals. I used some pool party ribbon (which is also rolled up on edges) and real red cs on the right edge. The envelope was finished with the cap stamped in black after cutting the die then colored with R14. I will have to wait until I get ready to give this for the inside as it can be used for many different occasions.  Hope you like it.
RECIPE:
Stamps: Die-Versions Sail Away 
Paper: white, real red, pool party 
Ink: Momento Tuxedo Black, Temping Turquoise, Daffodil Delight 
Accessories: dimensionals, ribbon, Die-Versions Sail Away dies, Tim Holz Rays Stencil
Techniques: 3D, rolls

6 comments:

Ayuyu Hunter said...

Nice card! I love how you rolled the edges of the waves--it looks more realistic. Also like the stamped cap on the lower edge of the envelope--subtle but cute coordination.

Marilyn (mlj-mlj) said...

Love your take on the sketch! The sun rays & compass add just the right touch to your sailboat scene. Awesome!

Stampingcountry said...

Oh, such cuteness! Like the sunshine in the background.

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

So fabulous! Love those rays in the background and the fun way you did the waves on the sea. Thanks for linking up to Mojo Monday!

Carol Dunstan said...

great card, love the colours you have used

Lisa Lynn said...

Very creative. Love the nautical theme.