Happy National Lighthouse Day. To show my love for lighthouses, I combined 2 of my favorite Stampin Up stamp sets: High Tide #143006 and Beautiful You #143004. Creating landscape scenes is usually not my style but I had fun with seeing how to use masks to create the whole scene and I was happy with how it turned out. For the girls dress I stamped the image on a piece of scrap DSP, fussy cut it and dressed the girl in a sundress!
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Today I am featuring another great look with the High Tide #143006 stamp set from Stampin Up. I paired the stamp set with the fabulous Wood Textured Designer Series Paper #144177. To create the paneled look I simply created my beach scene then cut the strip in 3 equal sizes and lined it up on the mat. Love the look!
Today’s card is a bit dark but it is a real beauty with the gorgeous brayered sunrise over the horizon and the activity on the beach in the foreground. Cammie did a great job using the High Tide #143006 stamp set from Stampin Up.
Today’s post is one of the cards from my “Mostly Manly” workshop. I absolutely love the Color Theory DSP #144193 that I used for the main layer of this card. For the focal panel, I created the lighthouse scene with the Stampin Up High Tide stamp set #143006 and added a sentiment from the Teeny Tiny Tiny WIishes #128748 stamp set and attached it to a piece of twine.
Today’s post is another all purpose card using the Stampin Up High Tide #143006 stamp set. This card is gorgeous and one of Cammies exclusive brayered designs and a tribute card to her retirement in Galveston TX from Tulsa. I think she will get used to her new way of life!
Today’s card is a peaceful card that I made to update my stash with sympathy or pick me up cards. I love the sentiment (and all the other images) from the High Tide #143006 stamp set and wanted a calming card and think it came out great.
It has been a long time since I created a single layer card with nothing but stamping and ink. No embellishments and no framelits just back to the basics for me. To complete the task, I used the High Tide #143006 stamp set to make cards for my son to have on hand. Completing this card reminded me of why I took up stamping to begin with! Beautiful images can be created with just stamps and ink. I was so happy with how it turned out that I have made so many other cards with this set that will post in the days to come.