Thursday, 31 August 2017

He Said She Said

Hello.  Welcome.  My niece was here the other day and spotted a stamp in my stash.  Said it would make a perfect card for her dad cos he used to be a diver and he used to wear this kit.  The current VLVS challenge worked perfectly with the sea theme and the gorgeous blues and warm orange. 

I stamped the divers and masked.  Then I stamped the admit ticket behind them.  I liked it so much I stamped it all over the background, masking as I went, using pale blue dye ink.  Then I sponged on Spiced Marmalade, Salty Ocean and Wilted Violet distress inks.  I cut the panel with a stitched rectangle die and then decided it needed a border.  I used a versamark pad to smudge around the panel and then embossed with dark blue powder.  Then I stamped the sentiment.  All stamps are VLVS. 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
VLVS August Challenge
Simon Says Stamp Work It Wednesday August 2017 
Fashionable Stamping Challenges Challenge 126 - Use Your Inks
Dream in Darkness- Life is a Circus
Repeat Impressions DCC82 - Stamp Your Favorite Movie 20,000 leagues under the sea.  


  1. Thanks for sharing at Dream In Darkness. That's a great pair of stamps, wonder what s/he's "got"

  2. Fabulous pop of contrast and color, love it Gail!

  3. I can so relate, ;=D . Awesome colors and great images again. Thank you for joining Dream in Darkness, I hope to see you again this month.

  4. Super fun! Thanks so much for joining the challenge at VLVS!
    xo Cheetarah

  5. So fun ! Thanks for joining our challenge at VLVS ! Corrie x

  6. A card full of fun! Thanks for sharing this with us at Fashionable Stamping Challenge!


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