Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Waving Hello.../RS#57

Good Morning and happy Tuesday! I thought for sure Spring was finally here. We've been enjoying warmer weather these last few days, but that didn't last. We are back in the 30's this morning. BLEH!!! So, to give Spring a not too subtle nudge, I made a card that is all about warm weather. This is based off the Retro Sketches #57 sketch:


And the inside:

Here is the sketch:


Except for swapping out one of the larger rectangles for a sailboat, I stuck to the sketch pretty closely. I made the white wave paper using the wave stamp in the set and three different colors of ink. The sailboat is paper pieced using bits of scrap paper. I even Googled how to tie that knot in the cord! LOL!

I hope you get to play along with this challenge, because it's a fun sketch to try! Thanks for stopping by and I hope that you have a fabulous day!

Chris

Supplies:
Card stock Bazzill (blue, gray); Recollections (kraft, white)
DP: Studio Calico - Snippets
Stamps: Paper Smooches - Wicked Nauticool, Surf and Turf
Ink: Memento - Gray Flannel, Teal Zeal, Nautical Blue, Tuxedo Black
Adhesives: SA by 3L - MyStik, 3D foam squares; Elmer's extra strength glue stick
Accessories: Grand Calibur; Cuttlebug Charles EF; Darice cord; Marvy Uchida markers; Fiskars corner rounder

6 comments:

  1. Lovely card. Chris! Great use of the sketch and I like how you decorated the inside too.

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  2. So pretty--and punny, too. Very cool to make those waves, and it goes so well with your sentiment.

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  3. Lovely card! Pieced scrap paper - it's so interesting!
    happy easter!

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  4. Chris, this is too cute! I love how we both choose water type ideas for our cards. I love your sweet sailboat. thank you so much for your kind comments on my blog too.

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  5. That embossing folder! *want* How cool is that? Love this fun & funky take on this layout :)

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  6. OHHHH! I LOVE this card--fab embossing and use of those stamps!!! FUN sketch too! Great job:)

    ps...THANK YOU so much for your sweet comment on my blog the other day!! You made me smile:) HUGS!

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