Sunday, February 9, 2020

Feeling beachy

Hi there crafty peeps!
I have a card to share that really has me thinking about
warm weather and going to the ocean:

Here's the inside:

Can you just hear the ocean gently lapping up on the shore
and feel the warm sun on your face? Ahhhhh!
I'll leave you with that lovely image.
Thanks for visiting!

I'd like to enter this at:

Stamps: Stampin' Up! - Waterfront; MFT - Birthday Greetings
Ink: Memento - Rose Bud, Lilac Posies: Rich Cocoa, Cottage Ivy; Gina K. - Kraft
DP: DCWV - Summer Magic Stack
CS: Thunderbolt; Darice
Accessories: Gemini; Gina K. - Stitched rectangle dies; GT2 Spectrum Noir marker (water); MISTI;
SRM birthday stickers 
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D foam squares


  1. Ahh, the beach - this card definitely is channeling all kinds of good feelings! Nicely done inking this scene.

  2. Terrific choice of papers and I love that you finished the inside too. So glad you played along at Tuesday Morning Sketches.

  3. Great card! I do like the beach, but I have to admit I'm not normal... I prefer snow. :)
    Thanks for playing along with us at Tuesday Morning Sketches!
    Debbie ~ TMS DT
    Debbie's Dash of This and That

  4. So pretty and that addition of stripes really makes it all pop! Thanks for sharing at JUGS this week!

  5. Such a beautiful beachy image that perfectly captures the Inspiration Photo, Chris! I love your striped background too, it adds some old world charm to your scene. Thanks for sharing with Just Add Ink this week.

  6. Love your beachy card Chris. So vibrant. Thanks for joining us this week at Just Add Ink.

  7. A great layout for this card, I like how you have added your sentiment as part of your main image. Chantell Just Add Ink


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