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Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Sailing In The Deep Blue Sea

I'm sharing a bit of an unusual(for me) card today. 

I bought a pad of lovely glittery patterned 'summer' papers from Aldi or Lidl (to me they are the same shop) at the weekend. I needed to make a card for a toddler about to have his first birthday and used a cut-off of one of the papers as a sea scene background, with a Digistamp Boutique image 'floating' against it....




I've fussy cut the image after colouring with pro-markers and attached using foam pads. I've also cut a couple of boats from leftover paper and raised them on foam pads aswell. The greeting was made in Publisher using Cheri font. Finally I've die-cut a number '1' and added this to the sail.

I'm entering this card into the challenges at:

Always Fun Challenge #10 - male or dad 
Crafty Cardmakers #190 - special man/boy
Send A Smile 4 Kids - AG for kids
Pattie's Creations #135 - for the boys
CCEE Stampers - world oceans day
Passion For Pro-markers #399 - add a sentiment


Thanks for visiting

Sharon
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6 comments:

  1. Aaaah, this is so sweet for a little guy Sharon! Fantastic paper and adorable little boat. That's a great font for a little person too. Great job! Thanks for joining our Add A Sentiment challenge at Passion for Promarkers this week! Linda

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  2. Love your card! I am obsessed with nautical cards lately! thanks for playing along with us at Always Fun Challenges Blog
    DT Waleska

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  3. Such a fun card, I love how the waves give so much movement to it x

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  4. Love your boat scene. So cute. Thank you for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers this month. Hope to see you back here again soon. Judy DT

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  5. This is just perfect for a masculine card. Thank you for sharing at Always Fun Challenges.

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  6. So very cute and I love the look you created of a wavy sea. Nicely done! Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Cardmakers.
    Glenda DT

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