Monday, March 19, 2012

Seaside Stampin Up

This is the last card I made at the Stampin Up Fundraiser I attended a week ago.  Really had fun with this one.  We placed the Very Vanilla section temporally in place and stamped with the grass image.  Then we moved the Very Vanilla section down a bit and with the blue ink on the dauber went along the torn edge to create the bottom of the sea.  Then we turned the Very Vanilla piece around and placed it a couple of centimetres for when we had already inked and inked the straight edge to create the horizon.  What I liked that there was no wastage as what we used as the mask then became part of the card.

It's a wet wet day here in the tropics.  The rain finally rolled in at the start of March and hasn't stopped since.  Everything is so soggy and our little bridge actually went over on Saturday night.  First for the year.  So lots of indoor activities happening.  Craft.  :-)

Wishing you all a good one and thanks for stopping on by.


  1. Oh wow Merry this is stunning, I just love the scene you created, looks like one of those gorgeous sunny days we very rarely see across

  2. This is a beautiful creation. A very relaxing scene... Love it! TFS


  3. Fantastic card and colours Merry. Loz

  4. Beautiful stamping techniques here.

  5. Beautiful card, love the techniques here!

  6. What a neat technique...the card is beautiful! Enjoy your indoor activities!

  7. Such an elegant the masking.

    Monica xxx

  8. You make this card look good!

  9. wow, i just love this beach card...just gorgeous...
    alicia xx

  10. It rained all week in our part of the world, so I understand soggy, however, it's spring where we live and so the violets and tulips and hyancinths and grass has all grown tall. Gonna have to mow 'fore long. Love your card. Very nice!

  11. oh I love this, so different, must try that seaside look myself.

  12. Very beautiful card, love the colors!!! Thanks for visiting my blog!


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