Yesterday some awesome mail arrived at my door and one of the sets from the Gina K. Designs package was the one called Ship to Shore. So after I had finished all of my cleaning for the day I relaxed and made up a quick scene card with that set.
My card is made of Gina K. Designs Pure Luxury Ivory heavy weight card stock. On a separate piece of the ivory card stock I stamped the waves in various colors of Momento blue inks leaving a space at the bottom which I wanted to be the sandy shore area. Also on that sandy shore I sponged on ink again and added the sentiment from the stamp set. On a separate piece of the ivory card stock I stamped the light house with Versafine black ink and did a fussy cut of that so it could be popped up over the sea waves.
But before I added these elements to the card I took sponges and sponged on my sky and again using Momento inks. I then added my sail boat and the birds with Versafine black ink. The waves were added right over the bottom of the sail boat and I added the light house over the waves.
I sure had fun making this card and it seems that sponging ink is always so relaxing and that was just what I needed to get me feeling more refreshed. I hope you liked the scene too/
This card will be entered in the following challenges:
Mod Squad Blog Challenge-Nautical Theme
Simon Says Stamps Wednesday Challenge-Anything Goes
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