Seaside Notions with In Good Taste dsp

Hello Everyone ~ I played with a designer series paper and stamp set for my Seaside Notions with In Good Taste dsp card.

I spent most of the day in my studio.  I managed to get a lot of it organized and cleaned up.  I still have my table to work on and I will do that today.  I managed to unload 3 bins and then consolidate what was left into 1.  I want to go through my craft fair bins and see if I can consolidate them.  I’m not sure if there will be any craft fairs this Fall but my guess is there will not so I want to consolidate my supplies.  I also got my 4th of July decorations up inside and outside the house.  Not a lot but it does look festive.

Today I am going to work on my table and some of the things I brought home from my sister’s.  I also want to work on my cards for my blog for next week.  I will work on the table some and then reward myself by designing some.  I also need to dust mop the house.  Looks like it will be a busy day.

I was inspired my good friend Tina Newberry for today’s card.  She posted a great card with this layout but she had used the Brick & Mortar embossing folder.  I used the same layout but decided to use some of the In Good Taste dsp.  Here is the video showing how I created the Seaside Notions with In Good Taste dsp.


Features of the Card

  • Seaside Notions
  • card base ~ Crumb Cake – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ scored at 4 1/4″
  • Granny Apple Green ~ scrap to cut out the seaweed
  • Seaside Spray ~ large enough to go behind the circle
  • Whisper White ~ scraps to stamp on
  • Smooth Sailing Dies
  • Layering Circles dies
  • Pearls


Would you ever put this paper with these sea creatures? I love pairing stamp sets and designer series paper you would not expect to use together. See the video as to how I created the Seaside Notions with In Good Taste dsp.



















This adorable seahorse was use for my Seaside Notions with In Good Taste dsp. See the video as to how to make the cute card.










Here are some other ideas for nautical themed cards.


Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation


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