Come Sail With Me – Card Making

Morning everyone

I hope you are all well and are having a good week.

Today’s little card is another one made using one of the new stamps from Crafty Individuals.

Flo Langley CI JulyAugust 2016 Releases 007AWMSmall

I stamped the sentiment onto the base card.
I then took a another piece of white card, stamped the image and using paper, masked the edges of the piece of card and the sun and seagull.
I coloured the piece with a sponge and Distress Inks and removed the paper masks.
I stamped just the sails onto white card, cut them out and attached them with glue.
I stamped the numbers onto light weight blue card.
The card is made up as seen with foam tabs behind the main focal piece.

Crafty Individuals stamps used:
Come Sail With Me CI 457
Call Of The Sea CI 397 (lovely elements in this stamp set)
Seaside Treasures CI 272 (all of these stamps sets mix fabulously together)

Thank you for looking

Take care,

Flo x

10 comments

  1. Another gorgeous card Florence, loving this stamp and great sentiment too.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  2. Morning Florence. 🙂
    I just love this card. It’s so crisp. So clean. And the colours are perfection. I’m having a really hard time deciding which card you’ve made using these stamps, that I love the most. They’re all so incredibly well made and have that mark of genuinely, exceptional quality about them.

    Sending hugs to your corner from mine ~ Cobs. x

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  3. Looks so like a great day on a lake or the sea… Beautiful how you sponged and ink the panal and beautiful contrast with the white base! I pinned this one to use as inspiration some time… (hope you don’t mind 🙂 ) Hugs, Gerrina

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