Retro Rubber Challenge #45 part two...

We Three Ships...

Today’s card was made for the CAS(E) this Sketch challenge. And it caused great debate over what I should call this post – We Three Ships or Sail On. You can see what I decided on above – lol!

I am calling these ships The Nina, The Pinta, and the Santa Maria. I remembered the names but had to google them to double check myself. It’s amazing what information sticks in your head from grade school! I believe my teachers would be proud! cts 1 (511x640)

So I die cut these ships and placed them on a wave that I cut out of a larger piece of beachy paper. I added the sentiment and was done with my card. Thanks to the Commodores, my earworm is Sail On. Go forth and sing my friends! cts 2 (640x458)

A HUGE Thank You to Cecile for choosing THIS card as the Queen of Clean at Freshly Made Sketches! I was shocked and thrilled!!

Thanks for stopping by today! Be sure to stop in tomorrow!

Supplies: CS: SU! sahara sand. Paper from my July 2015 Simon Says Stamp card kit. Dies: SSS sailboat. MFT scenic safari dies. Stamps: SSS flip flop season.


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Leigh Penner

Oh, I love those patterned paper sailboats! Great take on the sketch!

Michelle W

Gorgeous! Thanks for joining us at CAS(E) This Sketch!

donna mikasa

I love how your sailboats appear to be at the water's edge! Great take on the sketch!

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