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Monday, 3 January 2011

You can't cross the Sea....

Both main images are from The Stamp Man, the Antique Map, and the Ship Collage  are here.The map is stamped on an Alcohol ink background, the ship on a brayered one in similar shades. Both matted onto black card, the map is mounted with DST, the Ship image is raised with foam pads. The sentiment is from Butterfly Kisses, from a set called Nautical Collage. This is stamped onto a scrap of the Alcohol ink background and matted onto black card. I set it in place with silicone glue, so I could angle it slightly- it is raised from the card base at the top. Two dolphin charms were added, also with silicone glue. The dark blue card base was cut to 15cm square. I have entered this in the Simon Says Stamp & Show challenge for this week- using your newest stamp.

8 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Just stunning - lovely images and a beautiful creation.

Kathy Braun and Lucky said...

Very pretty, love the colors and the layout.

Nancy said...

Beautiful card!
Thank you for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp & Show Challenge.

Sew-Ink said...

Beautiful, love the colors!

Fiona said...

Wow - that's a fabulous layout Shaz! Beautiful way of combining related images, and I love the sentiment. Gorgeous in all ways!

stampinbygenny said...

Beautiful images. I love how you combined the images. I'll have to visit the Stamp Man. TFS

Dawn said...

Great use of your new stamps this makes a great card

Love Dawn xx

Minxy said...

Just delightful

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