Monday, May 20, 2019

Sailing with TSOT Challenge 409 Double Trouble Team Up

Hello and I’m so glad you’ve come to join me today for this next try Stampin' on Tuesday card sketch. Since we’re joining with Double Trouble for this optional theme of brown bag I decided to use a new stamp set that I had just received.  I turned the sketch so I could use two of the images, the sailboat and the lighthouse. I fussy cut the sails and popped them up on the main focal image of the sailboat not sure you can tell in the picture.  I also used one of the new in-colors, the blue panel the light house is on it's called Seaside Spray (I LIKE!!) and it pairs up with Night of Navy wonderfully. The Dots are also new and come in the new in-colors, I’m also thinking I should switch my dots at the bottom so that they’re going from smaller to larger like the beam of light coming from the lighthouse, what do you think? When I sponged the light beam I guess I didn't have a big enough piece and my dauber went off - do you think I should have started over?  I may go back onto the sailboat piece and color the bottom of the sailboat when I find out what color my brother-in-laws boat is.  It was fun one to play with and I know I’ll be wanting to use it more later.
 If you didn’t come from the main blog - this is a direct link - TSOT   be sure you go over and check out all the other designers cards they are quite lovely.
 thank you and have a great day and happy Stamping.



We are teaming up with Double Trouble for this challenge and we are celebrating National Brown Bag it Day. This means that for the optional challenge and allow you to participate in both challenges please use some kraft or other brown bag like paper.

1 comment:

  1. Love your scenery and landscape interpretation of the sketch and bringing in both images...great idea to use one as the background paper an the other as the focal point. Don't forget to partner with us at Double Trouble and add your kraft project to our challenge...we would love you to share it with us.

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