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Saturday, June 27, 2015

Happy Saturday Fellow Crafters and Scrappers,

I had an opportunity to play in my craft room this morning while my men, my hubby and our two sons, were visiting Lowe's for their weekend Little Builder's workshop. I made this Nautical themed card for both Always Playing With Paper, as well as CAS-ology's Nautical themed challenges.



I pulled out a few of my Taylored Expressions and Simon Says Stamp, dies and stamps to create this card. The sentiment, which I love, is from Citrus Twist. The color for the waves were created using the "smooshing technique." A first for me. I will have to practice a little more before I feel comfortable with this technique, but it is also a good thing to try something new =) 


Thank you for stopping by this weekend for a little creative inspiration. See you again soon. 

Smiles,


Keia 


Card Size: 5x5
Card Supplies: 

Paper: Carta Bella (Soak Up The Sun), AC Shimille (True Stories), TE (Sugar Cube, Earl Grey)
Dies: SSS (Stitched Slopes and Hills, Stitched Circles), TE (Ships Ahoy)
Stamp: TE (Ships Ahoy), Citrus Twist
Accessories: DI (salty ocean, tumbled glass, chipped sapphire), Studio Calico (wooden stars)



6 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Keia! Love the design, papers, image, your coloring... everything!! :-D

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  2. I just tried the smooshing technique for the first time too and I definitely need more practice! Your card is so much fun! Love the patterned papers you used, those cute little stars and the fabulous sentiment. Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

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  3. A fabulous card. I love the waves! Thanks for joining us at The Challenge this week.

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  4. Wow! Such an incredible card! Love all the patterns and colors, the waves....gorgeous! Thanks for playing The Challenge!

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  5. Keia, I have yet to try the smooshing technique and it was one of the first things I noticed about your pretty card! I love the water, so rich in colors! What a wonderful sentiment and pretty combination of papers on your boat sails! Thanks for joining us at CASology!

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