Nautical Knots

Saturday, August 17, 2013

 
Nautical Knots
 
 
Using the new Dockside stamps and dies from Lacey Layers, I created a nautical wreath.
I stamped and then cut out the word 'Thanks' to add to the wreath while leaving the 'THANK YOU' sentiment visible.  I hung the anchor off of the T to add some fun and whimsy:)

  
I used my ribbon to create a nautical knot; The Figure 8.
Ribbon doesn't behave like rope when tied and twisted, so I've ended up with a stylized version, but I love it!
 
 
 
Thanks so much for coming by today!


 


Cardstock: PTI White, Enchanted Evening, Pure Poppy Bitty Dot Paper
Stamps: WP9 Dockside
Ink: PTI EE, PP, HS, Versafine Onyx
Dies: WP9 Dockside, Lacey Layers, PTI Mat Stack 3, Pinking Shears Border
Other: PTI EE Saddle Stitched Ribbon

9 comments :

  1. Oh la la...you layered the dies perfectly. This is fabulous Kara!

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  2. A nautical wreath! This is such a fun summer card, Kara, love the little touches of aqua along with your traditional red and navy!

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  3. Cute card Kara, I like the anchor hanging off the T!!

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  4. You know you had me at navy...
    and sunk me with nautical...
    I LOVE it!! :)
    "Naut" one single thing I don't love...
    sorry...
    couldn't resist! *giggle*

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  5. Ooh, I love this one...had it pinned even before I zoomed in to check out all the details. Love how the anchor is hanging off the sentiment...adorable Kara!

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  6. Great card - love the nautical details - especially the ribbon knot and dangling anchor!

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  7. Love how you worked the images around the sentiment! You're making me wish I had ordered this set though. I couldn't decide so figured I would wait.

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  8. Hey Kara! Thanks for linking this up to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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  9. This is fabulous. Love your little collection of nautical stuff.

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