Discovery Collage – Card Making

Hi everyone

Thank you to everyone for your comments on my last post.

I had a fun time yesterday morning.  I  got up around 3.30 a.m and everything was quite, internet connection wise, so I took the opportunity to visit some of my blogging friends.
I read your posts, I laughed with you, I cried, was amazed, inspired and entertained.
You know who you are…. thank you all.

This is today’s little card again using the Discovery stamp.



I had so much fun making this card. I assembled all of my stamped elements and scrap paper pieces, keeping to a red, white and blue theme and then just collaged them up as seen.

Just to share:  The * Ship and Navigation Elements stamp set is brilliant for making your own background papers and embellishments.

As I was typing up this post, I had a sudden blast from the past remembering how to Celestial Navigate.  I even have a certificate somewhere to prove it.  lol!  It was only a basic course I might add and all I can say now, is …… thank goodness for GPS!

Crafty Individuals Stamps used:
Voyage of Discovery CI 295
*Ship and Navigation Elements CI 294
Seaside Treasures CI 272

Thank you for looking

Take care,

Flo x

9 comments

  1. Absolutely fabulous card Florence, brilliant design, love all the nautical elements and super colours. A celestial navigator wow , I can’t read a compass let alone the stars, have a lovely day Kate x

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  2. Eyes Right, C’tain aboard! Love all those layers, great make. Up at 3.30am? Surprised you managed to keep your eyes open, let alone make a beautiful card! 🙂 x

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  3. I did wonder why your visits were so early in the day… now it all makes sense.
    I liked the blue version and I like this one too. It’s all down to composition and having the right paper in the right place. It would take me hours of toil… xx

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  4. Somehow red & Blue & white are boatcolours to me (and not flagcolours…) You show here that they are in a beautiful way! Hope you have some sunshine today aswel! Hugs, Gerrina

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