This card is for someone who loves the sea but is stuck in a landlocked country!
I used a very old sizzlit decorative strip die for the foreshore. It creates a three-part border so I cut it from blue, brown and green card stocks, reassembled them and distressed the edges a little for some depth.
I used Frantic Stamper Village Sky to create the partially cloudy sky.
The sentiment is from Crafty Individuals.
The lighthouse (from an unnamed set I bought at a craft fair last year just before the world stopped) was cut from brown and white card stocks. I cut the lighthouse away from the brown one and replaced it with a white version. I cut a second white light house because I wasn't happy with the way it looked and laid it over the first, which made it look like it was in the foreground. I coloured the white "windows" yellow for the house and light grey for the lighthouse then reinserted them. Then applied glossy accents for shine and dimension. The sailiboat is from an unnamed set I bought online a few months ago.
I'm entering the following challenges
|Addicted to CAS Challenge #196|
|Always Fun Challenge #212 - Combine some old and new elements|
|The Male Room Challenge #150|
|Use Your Stuff Challenge #421 - Book Title To the Lighthouse by Virgina Woolf|
|NBUS Challenge #26 - The sailboat was NBUS|
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