I have the last of my March Creative Crew projects for you today. The Challenge was “to make something we love in a scrapbook page, This n That or 3-D project.” I was itching to think about warmer weather and that naturally made me think about taking a vacation since we live in Michigan. Our vacations will always involve a beach somewhere! There is no better way to relax and get away from your stress than to go to the ocean. I have become so used to making beach vacation scrapbook pages that this one came together in no time at all. I love the new DSP, High Tide, in the Celebrate the Everyday catalog. It is perfect for scrapbooks of all types and sizes. I also used the stamp set that went with it so well – By the Tide. Some fast fuzzy-cutting of stamps and the ships in a bottle DSP and this 2 page spread was done! I have left plenty of spaces for journaling and mementos. Now where should we go….
It’s All in the Details
- Stamp Set: By the Tide (wood #131910, clear #129120)
- Paper: High Tide DSP (#132992), Calypso Coral CS (#122925), Pacific Point CS(#111350) Whisper White CS (#100730)
- Ink: Calypso Coral (#1269830, Pacific Point (#126951), Smoky Slate (#131179)
- Finishing Touch: Calypso Coral Chevron Ribbon (#130018)
I hope you like my scrapbook ideas today for your next nautical vacation! If you did, please take a moment and leave me a comment! More than anything else, I want to make sure that you preserve your memories in a way that you enjoy. Photos are taken to mark the memory. Don’t leave those on your computer or phone! Find a way that you can appreciate them. Scrapbooking is so much fun! If you haven’t tried it yet, I hope you will now. Till next time,
Morning Meadow is such a pretty stamp set so I decided to use it for the challenges for Pals Paper Arts and The Card Concept this week. The Pals have a great sketch that would complement the birthday challenge for The Card Concept. I feel my style for this card is the Clean & Layered. What do you think?
This card started out by choosing the Gingham Garden DSP. This paper is perfect for Spring, don’t you think? I wanted a pattern that was bold but would let the stamped flowers stand out. I played for a little while with the layers and and decided to go with cardstock for both, embossing the first one and using the second one for the sentiment. The ribbons were added, then flowers were stamped and candy dots added.
It’s All in the Details
- Stamp Set: Morning Meadow (wood #129675/clear #129678), Petite Petals (wood #133152/clear #133155), Delightful Dozen (wood #128547/clear #122652)
- Paper: Gingham Garden (#129310), Pear Pizzazz (#131201), Island Indigo (#122923), Whisper White (#100730)
- Ink: Island Indigo (#126986), Daffodil Delight (#126944)
- SU Tools: Fancy Fan Embossing Folder (#127751), Petite Petals Punch (#133322), Pansy Punch (#130698)
- Finishing Touch: Chevron Ribbon: Island Indigo (#131151), Pear Pizzazz (#130011); Daffodil 1/8″ Taffeta Ribbon, Candy Dots: Regals (#130932), Subtles (#130933)
This was such a fun sketch and will be added to my Pinterest Card Sketch Board – for sure! Did you know that I was on Pinterest? What a great way to keep inspiration at your fingertips!! Please consider signing up for my email notifications and “like” me on Facebook! You can do both of those right here on the right sidebar on my blog. I hope you liked my card today and would love to hear your comments so take a moment, won’t ya? Hope to see you again back here real soon! Till then,