Seas the Day

G’Day Friends,

It’s Wednesday which means Robbie & myself are hopping Across the Waves with a Mini Blog Hop.

This is where we get to share 2 projects created with a nominated Stamp Set or Bundle.

Throughout March we wil be sharing projects created with the gorgeous Seas the Day Bundle.  It’s from the current January-June Mini Catalogue.

I will be honest & say that this Bundle has been sitting on my shelf since my pre-order BUT now that I’ve had a play, I can see myself playing lots over the next few days & weeks.  The images & dies are to “die” for.

You may recognise my card from the Catalogue, as I decided to case the card on P38 but with my own spin on things.

There is a lot of sponging going on with my card but nevertheless, I am happy with it all.  It may look a lot but believe me, it didn’t take long at all.  In fact, I am thinking seriously of creating a video in the next couple of days on how I’ve actually created it, so stay tuned.

Edit – This is the video created to show how I created my card.

Supplies –

Stamp Set – Seas the Day

Inks – Pale Papaya, Old Olive, So Saffron, Balmy Blue

Cardstock – Thick Basic White, Basic White

Dies – Sea Dies

Embellishments – Silver & Clear Epoxy Essentials

Need supplies to create today’s project at home?  Don’t forget to use March Host Code – 2K3JMJZR –  if your order is under $250.   All orders receive a Handmae Thank You Card.  You will also receive a PDF Tutorial, the February DSP Card Kit  when spending over $50 PLUS & a small gift when spending over $80.  Please note that there is only one small PDF Tutorial, Gift & Kit per customer per month.

Thank you so much for joining me today.   To check out what Robbie has created, be sure to click on the photo below.

Options 1 is still available for registration for our March Stamp Camp.  Did you know there are 2 Add-On Classes featuring the lovely FlowingFlowers Stamp Set & Let’s Set Sail Bundle.

Click HERE to register for Option 1.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Happy Stamping!


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