Tuesday, 2 October 2018

Inkylicious Sea View and MFT masculine birthday card





Hello everyone and welcome back to another challenge over at Addicted to Stamps and More. This time we have our Make Your Mark Challenge, so you can pull out your markers, paints, pencils etc and show us your hand coloured creations.






I used an Inkylicious stamp called Sea View, and some seagulls from a Hero Arts stamp set, to make a masculine birthday card. This image reminds me of a tv show I used to watch with my Mum when I was younger, called the Onedin Line. We used to settle down on a Sunday evening and I still love the theme tune which is played on the radio from time to time.




I coloured it with Crafter's Companion Sparkle Pens which I scribbled onto a tile and then picked up with a water brush, and when it was dry, I went over some areas with Polychromo pencils.



The frame was made with a My Favorite Things arched frame die and the sentiment is from Happy Little Stampers Mix Mash stamp set.

You can see the fabulous marks the DT made over on the ASTM blog, and I can't wait to see what you come up with this time.

I'd like to play along at



AAA Cards CAS #125  - inspired by a tv show

Sparkles Forum Challenge #108 -  - use dies or punches




Thanks for stopping by.

Hugs
Carol x














21 comments:

  1. It's a really stylish design and really tranquil scene, many thanks for joining in with our 'I Spy' theme at Stamping Sensations chsallenge.

    B x

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  2. What a beautiful card Carol! I love this scene and I'm sure many beach lovers will love it too. I've never been sailing but like to watch a sailboat, this sail boat would be a beautiful one in real life. In my mind they are sailing to an island to spend the day picnic-ing. lol Love that die window! Hugs, Brenda

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  3. Stunning card Carol....I like the unusual shape of the die frame that sets off the scene. I hope your cold is on its way out..they seem to be lingering don't they. Hugs xx

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  4. Darling card. Love the framed imaged. Thanks for joining us at Sparkles Monthly Challenges.

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  5. This is just gorgeous,love the design and fab scene.xxx

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  6. Wonderful sea scene and card design.

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  7. Fabulous masculine card and love the beautiful stamp and how you framed it-I used to love the Onedin Line too-I agree beautiful music
    Carol x

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  8. Such fantastic masculine card, Carol! Crisp CAS and gorgeous soft colors.

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  9. I love this card. Ticks all the boxes for me!

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  10. Gosh, I remember the Onedin Line, showing my age now Carol! Super masculine card and perfect for AAA. Sorry you wont be at PS this weekend but hope to see you in May. :)

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  11. A super card Carol, such a lovely scene and perfect masculine design.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  12. This card is so beautiful! I love how you used the die-cut as a window to see the ship!

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  13. fabulous birthday card...just love your window!

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  14. Fabulous card, I love the window view. Thanks for playing along at AAA Cards

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  15. That's a wonderfully soft and serene scene, Carol.

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  16. So beautiful! Looks so peaceful and calm.

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  17. the half frame is adorable
    and love the inside of your card
    for me this is adorable Manly card (I am in love to making manly card always if I should :-))
    great CAS card Carol
    hugs from teamie
    Monika

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  18. Such a beautiful calming scene you have created Carol. I could sail away quite easily here. I love that die and keep forgetting t use it.

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  19. a very atmospheric card!

    thank you so much for playing along with us at sparkles monthly!

    hugs and kisses from germany,
    Silvi xoxo

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  20. Very pretty card, Carol. The frame resembles a porthole. Beautiful scene. Thank you for sharing with us at AAA Cards. =) Tracie

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  21. WOW!! I love the little frame you used and that paper-everything looks so elegant on it!! LOVE this whole card design!!

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Carol x

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