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Lighthouse Sketch For AYSI...

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#320 3.29.24
I started by stamping my lighthouse and then die cutting.  I went rectangle instead of circle, but that’s the great thing about this sketch – you can change up the shape! aysi 320 1

I decided to get creative with the way I stamped the sentiment and I love how it turned out.  As you can see, I split the sentiment and used the word light to keep to the sketch requirements.  Once I had all the parts of the sentiment done – I added that bit of twine to keep with the oceany feel.  I popped the whole thing up on a piece of real red, adhered that to the white card base and was done. aysi 320 2

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Supplies:  CS: SU! white and real red.  Stamps:  PTI guiding lights.  Inks:  SU! real red.  Dies:  PTI linen plate.  MFT washi tape.  SU! deckled rectangles.  Other:  SU! linen thread and black rhinestones.


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LeAnne Pugliese

I love EVERYTHING about this card! What a great image, great sentiment and great treatment with the twine!

Jan Clothier

I do love the way you've been so creative by 'squaring' things up and the way you've split the sentiment. The bold red and black is striking too. Great card, Jane!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl

Jane this card is AMAZING!! I love the creative sentiment detail and the twine and the red and white nautical colour combo packs a real punch. Fabulous!

Heather Cooper

I think this card is stunning, Jane! The strategic simplicity in both layout and colour create a real nautical atmosphere with just a few bold strokes of shape, colour and embellishment! I absolutely love it!!

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