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Retro Rubber Challenge #40...

Sail Away With Me...

Happy Monday! What a fast weekend this was! We had beautiful weather and it was just wonderful to spend a weekend relaxing! And crafting, of course! Today’s card is based off the Freshly Made Sketches challenge and also using the nautical theme from The Curtain Call.

I started by die cutting a stencil out of my striped scallop thinlets and then used some marina mist ink and a paint brush to ink up a wavy background.

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Then I die cut the boat several times and stacked together for a bit of depth. I stamped the sentiment, ran the card front thru the linen impression plate and added the boat and some bling. Finally, I glued the card front to the crumbcake base and was done.

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Clean and simple! Thanks for stopping by today! Be sure to stop in tomorrow as it’s the first day of a new Retro Rubber Challenge!

Supplies: CS: PTI white. SU! crumbcake. Pattern paper from stash. Stamps: SSS sailing. Dies: PTI linen impression plate. SSS sailboat. SU! striped scallop thinlets. Other: Rhinestones. SU! marina mist ink. Memento black ink.


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Leigh Penner

Oh, this is so sweet! Great take on the inspiration photo!

Susan Beckman

Very nice CAS card. Love the elegance of the look. Perfect for summer.

Cindy Hall

This is gorgeous! Love your take on this sketch... you are very talented. Thanks for sharing with us at Freshly Made Sketches!

Narelle Farrugia

LOVE! This is such a gorgeous and creative take on this week sketch. Thanks for joining us at FMS this week1

Lisa Henke

this is gorgeous ! love the subtle background and the gorgeous sail boat image. thanks for linking up to curtain call.

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