Happy Sunday, everyone! It’s time for another Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge! Karen has a classic sketch for us today and boy was it fun to work with!
I started off with a Nightshift Blue card stock base, then added a layer of Sweet Tooth card stock stamped with MFT’s soon-to-be-released AWESOME Linen Background and Sno Cone ink. Over that I laid on a Fishnet Cover-Up Die-namics cut from Kraft card stock. Around that I tied a sailor’s knot made from cotton yarn. Then I added some Making Waves Die-namics cut from Berrylicious card stock.
My Sailboat Die-namics was made using Nightshift Blue card stock, Kraft card stock, Sweet Tooth card stock (for the flag), Wild Cherry card stock, and the sails were also stamped with Linen Background to resemble canvas: Natural ink on Primitive White card stock. The sentiment is from DC Go Overboard and was stamped on Sweet Tooth card stock with Nightshift Blue ink, as was the sentiment on the inside of the card.
And that’s it! Be sure to check out what the rest of the Sweet Sunday Stampers have for you today:
- Dana White
- Jackie Pedro
- Jenny Peterson
- Karen Giron
- Karen Motz
- Lisa Henke
- Lori Tecler
- Lynn Put
- Sarah-Jane Kale
- Tracy Clemente
- Vicki Burdick
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Stamps: Go Overboard, Linen Background (MFT)
Ink: Nightshift Blue ink, Natural ink, Sno Cone ink (MFT)
Paper: Nightshift Blue card stock, Kraft card stock, Sweet tooth card stock, Berrylicious card stock, Wild Cherry card stock, Primitive White card stock (MFT)
Accessories/tools: Vagabond; Fishnet Cover-Up Die-namics, Sailboat Die-namics, Making Waves Die-namics (MFT); foam tape, cotton yarn
I love it, Barbara, just perfect!ReplyDelete
I agree with Alina, Love it!ReplyDelete
Barb, I love this! It is so cute with the linen sails and the net cutting plate and the knotted twine! My nephew is going to the Naval Academy, they start in June I'm pretty sure.... :) Let me know if you want his address! :) P.S. Happy Mother's Day!ReplyDelete
Oh my! Barbara this is is simply amazing. I literally had to pick my jaw up off the laptop. This may be my all time favorite of yours. Gorgeous!!!ReplyDelete
So fun!! I love the boat as the focal point and that gorgeous sailor's knot you tied is the perfect accent!!ReplyDelete
Barbara this is fabulous. The boat with the waves and the tied twine - perfection!ReplyDelete