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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

#thedailymarker30day "SHIPS AHOY" card w/Taylored Expressions stamps/dies CTS#196

Day 1:


  Happy Tuesday ~ I have a TupeloDesignsLLC card project for you today, but first I wanted to share some tidbits about TupeloDesignsLLC that you might not know ... 

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Wahoo!  It's time for another awesome 30 Day Coloring Challenge: 

I got started a little late in the day ~ night. .. haha.   it's been a long busy day.  I pulled out a fun Taylored Expressions Ships Ahoy stamp and die set.  The "wavy" piece was one I already had die cut. I thought it looked like waves so I went with it.  I colored the sailboat with my Copic Markers.  


These are the supplies I used, plus card stock, hole punch and foam tape:



I used this week's CAS(E) this Sketch! CTS#196


SUPPLIES:

card stock:  Neenah White card stock. Black
pattern paper:  Carta Bella Snow Fun
stamps:  Taylored Expressions Ships Ahoy
ink: Memento Black, Versafine Black, Copic Markers:  R46, BG10, BG11, C10, BG13, BG15, BV25, BV29
accessories: Scor-Buddy, Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Border Dies, Taylored Expressions Ships Ahoy dies (comes with stamps), Black brads, Hole Punch and Foam Tape


thanks for looking ~


~ Pam

have a great airborne day!

God Bless All Our Military.. each and every one of them



DISCLAIMER: Some of the products I use have been provided by Tupelo Designs LLC. However, my opinions of the products are my own.

15 comments:

cm said...

Pam, such a beautiful card with the combination of papers creating a marvelous canvas for the start-of-the-show sentiment! Hopefully you were able to salvage those that had injuries! I have a couple bottles of the drops; need to start using them! Thank you for the smiles today!
~carol

Karenladd said...

Oh, I feel your pain! I just hate it when I ruin a card right at the very end, or while photographing it. I take my card photos on the kitchen counter and can't tell you how many times I've gotten them wet or greasy..ugh. The ones that you were able to save are just gorgeous and I love the Nuvo drops!
Thanks for the chance to win one of those shark stamps. I have a good friend who is a marine biologist studying sharks. She and her crew educate the public on the fact that most sharks are not dangerous and do not need to be killed on sight!

sherry varga said...

Pam, I don't know how you do it but each one of your cards are prettier than the next. I love the papers you used and what a darling sentiment. I love your interpretation of sketches also. I never seem to look "outside the box"!

Donna G. said...

Pretty card! I would love to win a shark stamp! I have some nephews who are crazy over sharks! It would make some cute birthday cards! Thanks for the chance to win.......My email spelled out..... cardsbydruth AT gmail DOT com 😋

Brenda said...

Beautiful card Pam! I love the papers, the sketch and that sentiment! I know I am blessed beyond measure! Hugs, Brenda

SHartl said...

I've never heard of the Nuvo drops but am going to have to check them out now. I love enamel dots but they get used up so quickly. Making my own would be awesome! Your card is so pretty and the paper pieced background is really fun.
Thanks for the chance to win.
apedoak at aol dot com

Sue LD said...

I like the sketch and papers you used and love this stamp.
The shark is cute--I want to win--slrdowney at hotmail dot com

terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

Love following and seeing all your projects. I'd love to win.
terriavidreader at yahoo dot com

Vicky B. said...

Love your projects and your generosity! I would LOVE to win this AWESOME prize. vblackwell70 at gmail dot com

Cathy said...

Gorgeous card. I like the Nuvo drops, and so many colors to choose from. Hey, that shark is cute, and thanks for the chance to win him. My email is CDoty1 @ aol dot com

Karenladd said...

I forgot to leave my email address spelled out in my previous comment so hope it's okay to leave it now.
kladd94803 at aol dot com

Mary-Anne V said...

Great use of the sketch. Like how your patterned paper compliments the sentiment so well. jeandonny2000 at hotmail dot com

Marisa said...

Great focal sentiment and love how you flipped the sketch. Thanks for joining us at Mojo Monday!

Maria Wicks said...

Beautiful cards!!! Love the paper combinations! You did a wonderful job, and love how you interpreted the sketch. I'd love to see how (if) you were able to save the fatalities. I always have booboos, and love seeing how others fix their mistakes, so I can have more ideas for fixing mine. Also thank you for this opportunity to win the stamp. The shark is so cute! My son loves sharks, so it would be perfect for his birthday card, as well as other kids cards. My email spelled out: mwicks2189 AT gmail DOT com

Brenda said...

Love this card Pam! The wavy die cuts indeed does look like waves, your sailboat is colored up so pretty and I love the different shades of blue stripes in the background. Fabulous! Hugs, Brenda