Wednesday, 4 February 2015

Stampin'up - Adventure Awaits


These cards feature Stampin'up new Adventure Awaits stamps and Adventure Bound papers.

On this card the sentiment was stamped on to the tree paper ( from the Adventure bound paper pad) in versamark ink and embossed with white powder. The love life is from A Happy thing stamp set and is also stamped and white embossed. The paper edges were distressed and it was then matted to black card. This panel was then attached to a white card base. Two white candy dots are added to the lower right corner.
On the insert the sentiment is from Really good greetings and the trees are Lovely as a tree.

For this card I used the ocean paper, die cut a circle in the lower half and stamped the ship from The Open Sea in versamark and white embossed. On to a panel of white card and using Indigo ink I then stamped the sentiment beneath the circle position and then attached the paper above. The edges of the panel were lightly distressed, and it was then fixed to a white card base. Indigo ink was sponged round the inside edges of the circle. The happy birthday is from Itty Bitty Banners stamp and dies, and has two white candy dots added.
The insert is stamped using the sentiment from Butterfly Basics, and images from The open sea.

This card uses the circle of paper die cut from the previous card. A panel of Island Indigo has a  circle die cut from the lower half, and the top half is then embossed with the clouds folder and sponged with white ink. The edges are distressed and the panel attached to a white card base. The paper circle is then inlaid and taped to the base card.  The fish from By the Tide and the starfish from By the seashore were stamped with memento ink on to white card and coloured with alcohol ink markers. These are then attached with dimensionals to the card front. The sentiment is from Really good greetings, stamped in indigo and cut into a banner shape.
The insert has images from Really good greetings, By the tide and By the seashore.
To finish the card, I again added candy dots, and coated the fish and starfish with crystal effects.

I hope you enjoy these cards and have found a little inspiration here.
Till next time

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