Sailing Home – Stepped Up!

Jun 28, 2019 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

 Today’s card is day three for the Sailing Home stamp set.  This is a great stamp set for many different occasions and people!

For this card, I added in the coordinating dies for this stamp set. Here is the tutorial should you like to recreate this version of the card:

Cutting: 
·        
Whisper White:  8 ½” x 5 ½”,
2 ½” x 3 ½”, small pieces for shapes
·        
Night of Navy:  2 1/8” x 3
¾”
·        
DSP:  4” x 5 ¼”
           
Instructions:
·        
Stamp lighthouse and words onto a small piece of Whisper White
cardstock with Night of Navy ink
·        
Use dies and Big Shot to cut
·        
Stamp birds onto upper right corner of Whisper White panel with
Night of Navy Ink
·        
Attach both pieces of Designer Paper to card front
·        
Adhere the Night of Navy and Whisper White panels over the DSP
·        
Use dimensionals to attach lighthouse
·        
Swirl Baker’s Twine onto back of words using dimensionals to hold
in place and attach to card front
·        
Use a small piece of Baker’s Twine and thread through anchor
trinket, knot, and  attach to card front
with glue dot

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