Thursday, 8 May 2014


Well I can't believe it's Thursday already but then again with the extra day at the weekend I guess that's where the days have gone!

I finally got to a bit of crafting this afternoon and I'm hoping I'll be just in time to enter this card at Sketch Saturday Challenge plus I've used the colour combo from Color Throwdown so off there too. This means another play with that turquoisy colour even though I said I'd put it away! Hee Hee!

Whoops also heading over to Papertake Weekly where it's anything goes with an option of NOT using patterned paper.

Card Recipe:

Image & Sentiment: Clearly Besotted - Going Places set and I've die-cut the boat 3 times and glued together to make it stand proud of the card.
Background: Memory Box Stencil - Wave (mounted on foam pads for added dimension)
Tools: CBS Scalloped border die, MFT Die-namics Sentiment Strips, Distress Inks and to finish off a couple of sequins by Doodlebug and a Winking of Stella to the boat.


Catch you all soon and thanks for stopping by.



  1. Fab card Sarah, love the design.

    Donna x

  2. Brilliant card, great colours!

  3. Fabulous card Sarah, so bright and vibrant too... I love it :) Viv xx

  4. A really great card... using this border die as a kind of waves is a fantastic idea! Thanks for joining us at Sketch Saturday!
    ;-) Alex H.

  5. Wow what a cool design!! Love the fun layout

  6. Fab card Sarah - great design.
    Thanks for playing along at Papertake weekly this week.
    Good luck.
    Debs xx

  7. What a fun nautical creation and a great use of the throwdown colors! Thanks for joining us this week!

  8. What a fun card Sarah. Love the background 'waves'... and the way you used the colors. Thank you for playing along with us at The Color Throwdown.


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