Friday, 14 June 2019

STAMPIN' UP! ARTISAN DESIGN TEAM - SAILING HOME


Welcome to the Artisan Design Team's June Blog Hop. You are currently visiting Angela Meiritz-Reid in Christchurch, New Zealand. Thanks for hopping along with us as we share our inspirational projects featuring products from the Come Sail Away Suite.
 
 
This Suite had me at "Night of Navy" - I just love blue! With it's stunning stripes and cute images of lighthouses and yachts this paper is perfect for male cards! 

 
The dies in the co-ordinating Smooth Sailing Dies set can be used with the Sailing Home Stamp Set or alone to create these great layering pieces.
 
 
 And add a cute little trinket from the Sail Away Trinkets to step it up a notch or two!

 
The Night of Navy and Sahara Sand Baker's Twine adds a rope look to add to the authentic sailing theme!

 
I've even coloured the Rhinestone Basic Jewels with my Dark Night of Navy Stampin' Blend to make them a little more "manly" and to co-ordinate with the Come Sail Away Designer Series Paper.

 
For this card I've used a sticker from the Come Sail Away Memories & More Card Pack as my sentiment.

 
I love how these papers look layered up!

 
 How cool is the seaweed?

 
Left over right and under, then right over left and under ... those Girl Guide rope tying lessons have not gone unused! Who knew all these years later I'd be tying Reef Knots on my cards!
 
Next up on the hop is my gorgeous and super-talented friend Ashley Van Camp. Please click on the link below to continue on the hop.
 
https://designwithink.blogspot.com/2019/06/artisan-june-fb.html
 
And here's a look at the amazing collection of card projects the team have created! 
 
 
Enjoy the rest of your week - Angela x
  
 
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14 comments:

  1. A sweet hello from Germany to New Zealand.
    Your card collection is so beautiful! I like all variations!
    Hugs!

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  2. Such gorgeous notecards Angela! Love all the blues together! All the little elements and details make for fabulous creatins! Rochelle xo

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  3. What a stunning set of little notecards!! I love all the beautiful combinations of DSP trinkets and die cut elements. I particularly love the coloured rhinestones, I always forget that you can do that.

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  4. You've created a great set of note cards--love how you've used a similar layout and then made them all different.

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  5. Your projects are so fresh looking. My eyes enjoy looking at them.

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  6. Dear Angela,
    You really made so stunning and fresh projects, love them all!!

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  7. Fabulous!! Love the white elements and the trinkets on each card - SO cute! - Hugs Emma xo

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