Monday, July 26, 2010

A Sailin' We Will Go!

What a fun theme to have for this month's Magnolia-licious Blog Hop....Nautical!!! Perfect with the new Bon Voyage Stamps.

You may have sailed here from Angie Hunt's wonderful blog, then you are right on track. If you stopped by on your own, you can go to Magnolia-licious Highlites blog to find the list to start from the beginning. Plus there is information on how you can join in on the challenge too!

Loved this porthole with the ship sailing and the curling waves! Adorable little pelican too!

Embossed the images and words in Silver Embossing Powder and colored with the Distress Inks. The background paper is Magnolia Blue Starlit from Once Upon a Time collection. So versatile. Sponged some Antique Linen and also some Broken China on the paper to tie in with the rest of the scene. Added some mesh and silver cording along with using Silver Mirror Cardstock. Highlighted the ship and waves with Crystal Lacquer and used a Glaze White Pen for the clouds and wave crests. Of course, need that 3D look, so pieces are popped up with foam tape.

Supplies:
Magnolia Stamps and DP:
#666 Sea Background
#413 Pelican
#446 Sea Shells
#604 Hawser
#739 The Tide Always Turns
Fairytale Paper Pack Blue Starlit
Mirror Silver Card Stock
Versamark Ink Pad and Silver Embossing Powder
Distress Inks: Antique Linen, Broken China, Faded Jeans, Dusty Concord, Stormy Sky, Weathered Wood, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain, Pumice Stone, Scattered Straw
Crystal Lacquer
Mesh
White Glaze Pen
Silver Cord
Foam Tape
Scor-Buddy

You can click on the words above to take you directly to the stamps or paper or you can go directly to Diana's fantastic Magnolia-licious Store for these stamps and tons more of the Maggie-licious stamps and products! Diana is taking pre-orders for the Bon Voyage and new Travel stamps. Oh there are some real cuties coming!!!

Be sure to check out the new Scor-Buddy too! Love the Scor-Pal and now have the companion for it! Another "can't be without" tool!!! So handy and comes with a very nice zippered bag to keep it protected. Find it here.

Hope you are enjoying the summer and thanks for stopping by and joining the blog hop! Thank you too for taking the time to leave a comment. It is so encouraging and very much appreciated!!!

Next sail on over to see Barb Hardeman's terrific creativity on her blog here. She always makes such beautiful cards and projects!!!

Enjoy the day!!!

43 comments:

Dragonlady said...

Hi there

Beautiful card, love the porthole scene and the rope borders.

Hugs Ali x

Samantha said...

Great card Patti Jo.
Hugs
Sam xx

Stampin'Piper said...

Wonderful card! I love how you used all these stamps!

Have a great day, hugs Tanja

nimucha said...

Very beautiful, funny and joyful card! :)

AUSTINSGRAMM said...

Your card is awesome. The colors and papers are beautiful.

tfs
bobbi

Clare Brown said...

simply stunning love all the nautical detailing. Great blog hop

hugs Clare x

Gry-Beate said...

What a beautiful card!!

;0)Gry-Beate

Cheryl said...

OMGoodness, Patti Jo, this is AMAZING!! I love the tan sand color with blue-very ocean like!
Great layout and use of the rope stamp! Just fantastic!!

Luv 2 Create said...

Great job using distress inks. Luv the card. Great colors. Don't you just luv it when a plan comes together. Love how you bordered the porthole. Really ads to the overall look.
Marcie

Chris said...

A wonderful card Patti-Jo, I love the nautical scene you've created and that pelican is so cute :D! Stunning colouring as always and the paper goes perfectly with these stamps, I agree. Have a good week, hugs, Chris

Handmade by Vivi said...

Patti, awesome card!!
this blog hop is great..I wasn't buying this kind of stamps till I see your card.. how great they look!!
Love your card!! it is stunning!!
Thanks for the inspiration!
xxx
Vivi

cdeasey said...

Love the cool colors! I also love the way you put it all together! Thanks for more wonderful ideas.
Cindie

Dena said...

Wow this is soooooo original!!! You did a fantastic job with the accessory stamps!! Such nice subtle colors!
Hugs, Dena

Louise said...

Beautiful card, the colors are so soft

Angie said...

Patti-Jo,

Stunning card! I love the scene you've created. It evokes a calm feeling. The dp's and colors are gorgeous.

Angie

Sharon Caudle said...

Patti Jo, this card is absolutely gorgeous! I love the colors and the way you used the new stamps! Fabulous coloring and beautiful creation!
hugs!
Sharon

Lisa said...

I love your card!

PaulaM said...

I love the colors you have used - this is so pretty. That image is perfect and all the extra embelishments are adorable. TFS

Lorraine said...

this card is absolutely stunning i really love it xx

Carolyn said...

What a gorgeous card. I love the softness of this. Fantastic coloring and amazing choice of colors.
Hugs xx
Carolyn

Pam S. said...

Fabulous Patti Jo! Beautiful coloring and designing! TFS!
Pam Going Postal

Angelwood said...

OMGosh, Patti-Jo, this card is brilliant! Love the design and peaceful colors. That pelican puts a smile on my face. Awesome coloring too! Love it!! hugs, Angela

Wenche said...

This is so stunning!!!! I love the scene and all the beautiful details.

Hugs Wenche :0)

Suzanne J Dean said...

Super cute Patti Jo--I adore the colors you've used and fabulous use of all those gorgeous stamps (can't wait to get mine)! Wonderful work!

hugz,
Suzanne

Candy said...

A most beautiful card and so different!! Love what you have created and the use of that beautiful DP paper from Magnolia.
Hugs, Candy

Teela said...

Very nice card and I love the Porthole view. Thanks for sharing.

Stampin Mindy said...

Wow, you have fit so many stamps on there, love all of them. The colors are adorable! Beautiful job coloring too. Hugs, Mindy

x laura x said...

wow this is amazing. I love everything about this card. As soon as i saw this i felt inspired this is the first time i have come across your blog and simply love your work. I am now a follower and look forward to seeing your work. Im gonna hop off now. lol.
{{hugs}}
x laura x

April Rose said...

This is a really beautiful nautical card! I love the natural beach/ocean colors, they make this look like the real thing! The scene and cute pelican are beautifully colored, and the embellishments are perfect!
Hugs,
April

shari said...

Awesome card! Shari (cricutrookie)

Barb Hardeman said...

Oh, this is wonderful!!!!! I wish I had ordered those images, but my vision was too small! Look how beautifully you've used each image to it's best advantage! I love this card...what a great job...hugs...Barb

mlstur said...

You feel your on the high sea's with this card. I love a card that can take you somewhere, this card truly does that. Great job.
MaryLou

Sarah said...

I love the scene you have created - beautiful. Sarah x

Kirsten said...

Love the colours you have used here. That pelican is so very cute. great work. Kirsten

Sharron aka Sharrahug said...

Love your beautifully made card! Love the colors you chose. Just beautiful!
Huggies ~
Sharron♥

Ola said...

What a wonderful card.... very beautiful!

Thank you so much for sharing!!!

~Ola
okj83 at live dot com

Jennibee's Cardspot said...

Awesome!!! love it
Jenni

Pat said...

Hi Patti Jo...another stunning creation!! I absolutely love your take on this fun challenge. Love the colors, design, and - as always - your coloring...
absolutely fab! Pat Frank

Rene said...

Just beautiful!

Mutzy Mia said...

Great Card! I love the way you used the Hawser to frame the scene. Everything ties together so beautifully. I can see my "wish list" growing!

Anne said...

Seriously, I'm speechless!! This is absolutely magnificent!! That central image is just fabulous and your card is out of this world!! :o) x

Nancy said...

Your cards are so clever. I wish I were still in St. Michael, MN so I could take your flower classes.

Only By His Grace said...

What a super card Patti Jo!
I love how you embossed with the silver. The shells look great and the coloring is perfect. I think he is a baby pelican don't you? He is so cute. Love the layout. Love the netting behind. The Magnolia paper suits the card so well.
Hugs marion

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