Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Summer Fun



I just can't seem to leave this pretty Lawn Fawn plaid paper pad alone!  I probably should have bought 2 at the rate I'm using it :) 
I pulled out one of the first stamp sets I ever owned, gifted to me by my DIL eons ago. They're wooden stick stamps but have no name on them, but it's a complete set of summer-themed images. I used turquoise and kraft card stock for this with snippets of dsp, pastel blue and a snippet of red. Each of the images were stamped, colored, and covered with glossy accents, then cut with a 1" square punch. The die-cut stitched squares and layers of dsp were all cut with GinaMarieDesigns dies. The waves were done with Sweet'nSassy dies, and the sandy beach was done with Lawn Fawn stitched hillside dies. I threw in a tiny Impression Obsession die-cut sailboat in red just for some more summer fun. I stamped the kraft hillside diecuts with a retired SU! set that looks like sand and called this one done.

I'm sharing this with the following challenges:

Dies R Us Challenge #76 - layers and must use dies


the Snippets Playground weeks #287 & 288 - use snippets

the Little Red Wagon challenge #401 - wet and wild

Lawn Fawnatics Challenge # 8 - summertime fun plus use a lawn fawn product

Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope your week ahead is a great one!

Carol

20 comments:

Darlene said...

Oh Carol ... what a fabulous design and fun creation! Thanks so much for playing in our ‘Layers’ challenge at Dies R Us! Please come back again soon!

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*Vicki* said...

Well this certainly screams out Summer fun!! :) Love the square panels along with your plaid background!! What a cute idea to put the sailboat in the waves and create a shoreline at the bottom!! So cute Carol! HUGS

Liz said...

Super card, Carol. The stamped images are lovely and that plaid paper is just gorgeous. xx

Daffodil Cards said...

Such a pretty pretty card for Summer, love it.
Faith
x

jimlynn said...

Fantastic plus! Love the plaid paper and your design is so pretty and fun. A very cute and pretty summer card!
Lynn

cotnob said...

A pretty card Carol, lovely summer themed images and fabulous papers - I can see why you can't leave this paper pad alone.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
x

Nancy K said...

What a fun and summery card! Love how you used the summer stamps on this wonderful card design! Thanks for sharing with us at Lawn Fawnatics!

laurie said...

This is so cute! I love those waves. Thanks for joining us at Dues R Us!

Maria said...

Oh, what a fun summer card! Cute stamped images, plaid paper, and waves with boat along the bottom! Thanks so much for joining us at Dies R Us this month!!

aussie aNNie said...

Lovely card with all the summer squares, your designs are always gorgeous.xx
.♥
[aNNie]

Di said...

What a great card Carol! I love the scene you created and the plaid paper is gorgeous! Such sweet little stamps as well.

Hugs

Di xx

Wendy said...

Super adorable and what a fun summer card! Yes, that plaid paper is very pretty, Carol! Love, love, love! :)

Barb said...

What a great design this is Carol and that paper really is very pretty. Barbxx

Stampsnob. said...

This looks like work and it shows as beautiful ...Lis

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

OMGosh, I swear I did not see this here yesterday. LOL, I am really slipping! This is such a great sunny card. Let me just say that some of the older stamps that have long been forgotten, produce amazing results! That detailed border at the bottom is to die for. Beautiful work!

JD/ Jill said...

Cute card and design!

Sandy Mork said...

What a fun card! Love the paper and those waves are cool too!

Sandy Mork said...

Thanks for joining us at Little Red Wagon, super fun card too!

debby4000 said...

Love this Summer card, great little square and beach with the waves and little book its a brilliant finishing touch.
Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
Luv
Debby

Janice M said...

What a fun summer card! Love the way you did the bottom of your card a lot.