Friday, July 28, 2017

Hope Anchors The Soul

 Using a specifically themed paper stack certainly helps when coordinating layers for a card. This one features the Cape Cod collection from The Paper Studio.
 The star fish isn't really as red as it's pictured here - it's more of a rusty red that matches the paper. Why do camera's do that? No matter how many photos I took it still came out bright red!

Supplies and Tools:
Cape Cod Paper Stack (The Paper Studio), Set Sail (Stampin' Up), Chipped Sapphire Distress Ink (Tim Holtz), Watercolor Paper, Cheesecloth, Kraft Cardstock, Burlap String, Under The Sea Die Cut/Emboss Set (Cuttlebug), Bible Journaling Stamp Set (American Crafts)

This post linked to:
City Crafter Challenge - Something that begins with "S" (sailboat)
Paper Sweeties - Inspiration Board (colors)
Repeat Impressions Blog - Anything Goes
Sugar Pea Designs - Inspiration Board (colors)


Heather said...

Oooo . . . . fabulous! Those papers are absolutely perfect for you image! And the sea creature die cuts are a fun touch! Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

Conniecrafter said...

Wonderful nautical theme in this card, love all the touches you gave to it... I agree those cameras do seem to have a mind of their own sometimes!

Marina said...

You know the saying 'the camera never lies'? What rubbish! It changes colours, turns silver into black and doesn't even show glitter at all!
Your card is beautiful - I love all the layers and textures on it.
Thanks for joining in at City Crafter.