Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Smooth Sailing

Hi everyone! I hope you're having a great week! I had my first piece of Lilikoi cheese pie today. Yum. :)


It's release week at Neat & Tangled. Yeah! Today, we're sharing projects with the very sweet Sailmates set. Want to see?


I knew I had to use the boat (love!):


Smooth Sailing


I paper pieced the Sailmates boat using Ocean Melody paper, and I partially covered it with vellum from the same collection. Originally, I was going to leave the vellum, but it didn't feel like enough (ever feel that way?). I die-cut the swoop, which reminded me a little of a porthole, and stamped the sweet sentiment from the Sailmates set.

Here's a close-up:

Smooth Sailing

Want to win the set? Be sure to pop over to the Neat & Tangled blog and comment to win.

Thanks for stopping by!


Supplies
Stamps: (sentiment, sailboat) Neat & Tangled
Cardstock: (white) PTI
Patterned paper: (vellum, woodgrain, triangles from Ocean Melody) Webster's Pages
Ink: (Distress Inks) Ranger; (Black) My Favorite Things; (Double Yellow, Custard, Opaque White Mister Huey's) Studio Calico
Dies: (swoop from Custom Panels) Avery Elle

12 comments:

  1. This is so Wowzers !!! The design is out of this world!! Love this ever!! Beautiful!! You're amazing Jocelyn! Hugs x

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  2. LOVE this! That curved line to create the water is perfect and I love that vellum!

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  3. Wow that is just gorgeous, love the design and colors!

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  4. LOVE this, so unique and creative, way to think outside the box!!

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  5. So AWESOME!!! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!!

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  6. Wow! Definitely the most unique, and my favorite, design using those stamps. And the patterned papers are so coooool... pinning.

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  7. I love the vellum and how you used it! And the sentiment panel is perfect over top. Just perfect. :)

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  8. Wow...how COOL is this! LOVE it!

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  9. There are so many things about this card that I enjoy, and yes, it does remind me of the view from a port hole. Really special card.

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