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Today's challenge over on the 365 Cards blog is On Trend: Nautical:
Create a card using the Nautical trend on your card.

Here is the card that I made:


I used one of the newer sets from Market Street Stamps, Dreaming of the Sea and the Far and Away paper collection from Teresa Collins.

Comments

  1. LOVE the nautical them here DoBea!!!! Those tiny stars were perfect to stamp behind your sentiment! Is that just plain brown twine? <3

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  2. Ok.....I'm back! What navy ink did you use?

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    1. Hi Amy! The twine is from My Mind's Eye Follow Your Heart: Be Amazing twine pack and the ink is Outdoor Denim from Close to My Heart. Thanks!!

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  3. Great card, perfect paper to go with this stamp set. I have this set from MSS. :)

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  4. OOH, I LOVE this card! Beautiful in every WAY!!! Hugs- Glora

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  5. Fabulous card!!! Love your style! <3

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  6. super cute and LOVE LOVE the stars!!!

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