Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Masculine Ship

Today I'm sharing a masculine card I made using an oversized ship stamp from Blue Ridge Impressions.  After stamping the main image, I mask it off and added a fish-net look with my Stampin' Up cheesecloth background stamp.
To create a little bit more interests on my white background, I scored some diagonal lines with my MS scoring board.
Supplies and Tools:
Ship (Blue Ridge Impressions), Compass (Hampton Art), Sentiment (unknown), Cheesecloth (Stampin' Up), Distress Ink (Chipped Sapphire/Hickory Smoke), Twine, Scorepal (Martha Stewart), Ribbon, Prismacolor Pencils

This post linked to:
Word Art Wednesday -- Anything Goes
Repeat Impressions - Anything Goes


Karen Letchworth said...

I tip my hat to you, Esther. You are SO creative, and I love how you are always trying new techniques and pushing yourself artistically. I don't do that (not much at all) and I so admire it in you. Thanks for sharing your amazing art with us. You are such a blessing to me in so many ways.
God bless you, my creative blog friend!
Word Art Wednesday

Heather said...

This is so gorgeous, in a completely masculine way!! : ) I LOVE the cheesecloth stamp around the ship; it definitely looks like netting! Love your little knot with the twine, too; perfect finishing touch. And what a beautiful sentiment inside! Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.