Friday, April 26, 2019

Warm Ocean Breeze

Hi, everybody!  As promised, I'm back again today with my second of three cards, all featuring the same die.  Stay tuned for my third card, which I will share shortly. You can see my first card here.


The die is Penny Black Out to Sea, and this time I backed it with a digital background paper from Nothing But Freebies called Outside My Window (sorry this freebie is no longer available).  I mounted it on yellow cardstock and rounded the corners.  Next I layered this panel with craft foam and adhered to a grey card base.  The sentiment is from Neat and Tangled Hello Summer.

I would like to support the following challenges: Cardz TV 88 AG 2/3; Crafter's Castle AG Optional Spring or Distressed 1/3 C10; Die Cut Divas Water 3/4; Jo's Scrap Shack AAG 2/3; Lil Patch of Crafty Friends AG 3/3; Penny's Paper-crafty AG 3/3; Pile it On Lots of Layers UE; Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Anything Goes 3/5; Word Art Wednesday 384-385 AG w Uplifting Sentiment 3/5 wk1

Thank you for looking at my card! Wishing you a joyful day!

19 comments:

scrAPpamondo said...

Amazing!! The background paper is a delight with this diecut, wow!! A perfect sundown, as those outside my window (too!) :D The yellow mat is a catch-eye on the centre!!
Well done again!

Bunny said...

Beautiful! The sun looks bright enough to put on my sunglasses. We had a nice ocean breeze today but hot weather is setting in. I so wish it wouldn't. [Bunny]`

Arlene said...

WOW, what a contrast to your first card, but just as gorgeous. So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas at https://die-cut-divas.blogspot.com/

Lisa Lynn said...

Another great background you are so creative. Have a wonderful weekend.

cotnob said...

Another fabulous card using this die, I love the sunset background.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
x

Margreet said...

Beautiful with this background too!
xxx Margreet

Jo Nevill said...

Another super card, love the scene you have created.

Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge this week.

Jo x

Barbara Godden said...

oh my goodness your pick on that paper is fabulous, it works so well with the dark die cut scene. Awesome job.

Donna said...

Amazing how different this one looks in black and with a sunset background, equally stunning!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Using that die this way looks awesome too. A wonderful card design.

Fikreta said...

so beautiful card!
hugs

Chandhini said...

That's a beautiful scenery on the background, just love the way you used the die. Great to see you use the die to make different cards.

Lucille K said...

Such a lovely card. TY for joining us at Die Cut Divas :)

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Hi Kitty been checking out your cards with this Die, have one like it, great ideas, had fun playing with alcohol inks lately you look like you’re painted with it on your other two for part of it,.. ??
.. very interesting. Thanks so much for sharing
Hugs Shaz in Oz.x

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Aimeslee Winans said...

Again such a great line-up of your paper and die to produce such a calming effect to the eye. If I received this (or any of these you are currently making), I would just stare at it for hours. So pretty and serene! xoxox

The Craft Princess said...

Wow that is an absolutely beautiful card!!! That die cut looks so perfect of that background! Thank you so much for entering our challenge at Crafter's Castle this month....good luck :)
Hugs... Janie
DT
Crafter's Castle
crafterscastle.blogspot.com

Christine said...

Stunning card! What a wonderful way to use that scene and die
Thanks for sharing at Jo's Scrap Shack!
Blessings,
Christine
DT Member
https://withaverygratefulheart.blogspot.com

Helen said...

A great card - thanks for sharing it with us at Jo's Scrap Shack.

Helen x

Karenladd said...

What a great idea to use that digital scene as a backing. I can practically hear the sea and gulls in the background!