Thursday, July 29, 2010

Nautical-licious


Yesterday was the end of a very long wait...... yes, you guest it..... my summer kit arrived!!
This morning I rush to the nearest scrapbook store and bought a lot of DPs and Stickles and..... well you'll see.

Stamps: all from my summer kit.
DP: Sassafras Blue Boutique and DCWV, Distress all edges with scissors and distress ink in Antique Linen.
Embellishment (I went crazy with them): Brads KI memories; Flourish chipboard Making Memories; Stickles Artic Ice; Flowers Primas; Pearl Hobby House.

Copic:
Skin E11 E00 E000 R20
Rope W0 W1
Dress W0 W1 W3 Tilda R24 R29 Edwin B97 B91
Hair Tilda Y21 YR21 YR23 Edwin E53 E25 E59
Edwin's Binocular W5 W7
Boat E31 E25 E29
Sky B000
Sea B97 B93 B91
Wave BG15 BG000

And it's an easel card.......


This card sails for:
Magnolia-licious Highlites Nautical Challenge
Papertake Weekly Sketch 45
Simon Says - Dotty

Okay Sailors, have a great day, thanks for your time looking at my creation.
Hugs, Irene

33 comments:

  1. WOW! Gorgeous. I love the scene your created with Edwin and Tilda. Papers are beautiful. I love the porthole effect with view on the sea. Very very nice.
    Hugs.
    Danielle.

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  2. OMG - this is wonderful. I LOVE all the nautical images you have used, this is just fun!! TFS

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  3. So cute!!! Love the colors and design of your card! :)

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  4. Stunning, beautifully put together and colored
    smiles
    Paola

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  5. Irene, you're an amazing artist. This card is just so much fun. I love how you put together all the wonderful images each one beautifully colored. It's so much fun just to follow Tilda and Edwin's antics on the card. It brought a huge smile to my face...hugs...Barb

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  6. Oh Irene, you have made me so embarrassed, this card is gorgeous. I have had my kit for 10 days now and haven't inked any of them. But I keep telling myself I am gathering ideas from all you talented artists that have created such beautiful cards from the kit already. I love the way you have used so many of the images on the one card. Simply beautiful!
    TFS
    hugs
    Jennifer

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  7. Irene, it's awesome!!! You picked the perfect papers and the layout is fantastic! Now I am off to play with my Nautical Set too!

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  8. This card is soooo much fun! Great card Irene.

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  9. wow Irene I love this card it's absolutely stunning I love the images they are adorable and your colouring is amazing thanks for joining us at PTW hugs Jill xx

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  10. What a beautiful card. Every detail is perfect! Now I'm wishing I had ordered the nautical stamps. Thanks for sharing.
    Madge

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  11. Wow this is amazing Irene. Such a cute scene you have created! Love how many of the summer kit stamps you have used and they all look amazing! Great job
    Hugs leonie

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  12. Wow! This is just amazing!

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  13. Good Heavens, You have been a busy girl. Great job on this card. It is beautiful, and you should be proud. Linda S. in NE

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  14. Oooww... thanks for such a positive comment, I really love all of you, makes me smile everyday.
    Maggie Hugs, Irene

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  15. super CUTE Irene! Your Tilda and Edwin are adorable! Great scene too!
    my blog...Pam Going Postal

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  16. Wow, this is a fabulous design!! I love it.
    Kerry H

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  17. Love what you did. Your tilda and edwin are just adorable.

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  18. love, love, love your card! Sooooooo adorable! Elle K

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  19. Great card. Love this scene image.

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  20. This is so awesome! I'm lovin' that scenery and how you colored everything!

    Thanks so much for entering the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!!!

    -Sarah

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  21. Gorgeous card! Love the scene.
    Hugs
    Cordine

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  22. Wow, this is really stunning! Love your creation and the details are fabulous!

    If you love challenges you are sure to love my new blog: http://www.felineplayful.blogspot.com/

    Hope you will stop by!
    Hugs, Karen

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  23. What a nice pair of sailors!! Gorgeous easel with beautiful embellishment on this card Irene!
    Hugs,
    Cabio

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  24. OMG Irene! This is STUNNING! I reserve that word for just a few. ha ha! This is such a great card! So many details to look at and the glittery swirls are like waves, I LOVE THIS!!!

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  25. WOWZERS - your cards are absolutely STUNNING!

    Thank you for joining in with my Magnolia candy - good luck!!

    I hope you manage to come over to the blog and leave some of your tips on how to make cards as fab as yours!!

    Hugs
    Leanne
    xx

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  26. What a fun card! Great embellishments!
    Hugs to you,
    Pam

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  27. Absolutely gorgeous!! Pat Frank

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  28. What a wonderful card! Everything about it is just perfect! Thanks for sharing.

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  29. Wow Irene! Your card is a masterpiece! So much love and details and it's just over the top! Great layout, papers, coloring. What a scene with all these summer kit images! You have a very creative mind and all I can say is, this is a gorgeous card! Don't give it away! Hugs, Cami

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  30. Irene!!!! Best in show in my opinion!!!! I love this card! Too many perfect details to mention here. Let's just shout STUNNING!!! Thanks so much for joining the Magnolia-licious challenge. I'm now a follower :-)

    Angie
    www.scrapgirl-angie.blogspot.com

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  31. Seriously amazing! What a masterpiece!

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  32. Wow, your card is absolutely amazing!! You have put so much detail and effort into it. I love the scene that you created. Everything is perfectly placed. Your coloring skills are excellent. I'm so glad that you entered the challenge to go dotty and that I found your blog. There is so much great inspiration here. I will certainly be back. Thanks so much for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge blog.
    xoxo, Christine

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