Stampin’ Up High Tide Seashore

Hello Stampers ~ here is a great seashore scene using Stampin’ Up High Tide Seashore.

By now I am sure you have seen the new annual catalog.  The layout is much easier to look at.  They also decreased the size by changing some of the things they are offering.  They decreased the ribbon and they now have 2 color collections on 1 page.  A few other changes and that helped to stream line the catalog.  Did you find a stamp set you just cannot live without?  I will definitely be ordering the Daisy Lane bundle and some of the Sailing Home suite.  I also want to order some of the designer series paper.  I am thinking of doing a paper share.  If you are interested, let me know.  Mine will not be like the normal ones you see.  More information to come.

Today’s card uses some sponging to create a scene.  I began by taking a post-it note and ripping the sticky edge in a wavy edge.  I added it to a Whisper White panel at the bottom.  Sahara Sand ink was sponged on to create the sand.  I then used the part of the post-it note that was torn off and added it over top the sand.  Taking another post-it note I ripped another edge and attached it to the middle of the card.  The water was sponged on using Balmy Blue.  To add some interest to the water I used the wave stamp in the set and Balmy Blue to stamp them.  The standing birds were added to the sand using Basic Gray.  The beach needed some sea grass so using that stamp and Pear Pizzazz it was added.  Some flying birds were added using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  Check out the sun.  To make it I stamped the circle image in the set using Daffodil Delight.  This panel was added to my Balmy Blue card base.  Here is the completed Stampin’ Up High Tide Seashore creation.

Do you like the seashore? To find out how I created this Stampin' Up High Tide Seashore scene click through.















inside of card and envelope

These shore birds are part of a seashore scene on the front of the card. Check out my Stampin' Up High Tide Seashore card.









Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation


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