Summer Sailing

Hi everyone.  I have a really easy CAS general card to share today.   It was prompted by the new sketch today at CAS(E) this Sketch.



Here’s my card



I found a leftover watercolor piece smooshed with Salty Ocean distress ink.  It made me think of creating a summer sailing scene with it, so I smooshed Peacock Feathers on the bottom for the water.  It was dried with a heat tool and then die cut with a stitched rectangle.



The sentiment was black heat embossed with Versafine ink and clear embossing powder.  The sailboat and seagulls were die cut from white cardstock 3x to be stacked for dimension.



I wanted the water to glisten in the light, so I used a clear Spica pen to add sparkle.  And that is it.  Thank you for visiting.  Have a great day!






I am linking to the following challenges:
CAS WatercolourJune 2017 Summer
CAS(E) this SketchCTS#227
Happy Little StampersJune 2017 CAS Smoosh
STAMPlorationsJune 2017 Anything CAS Goes optional color twist Masculine Colors




14 thoughts on “Summer Sailing

  1. Beautifully CAS …. love the touch of shimmer too. Thanks for playing along with the Happy Little Stampers CAS Challenge xx

  2. Love the sparkling water and the sweet sailboat and seabirds! A lovely summer card, Trina! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at CAS Watercolour!

  3. Beautiful Seascape CAS design, Trina. Love your watercoloured background for your seagulls and sailboat.
    So pretty with the added sparkle and Happy sentiment. TFS my friend. So pleased you were able to play along with us at CAS Watercolour. Hugs.

  4. Such a pretty and serene scene, Trina. Love the water with the sparkle and everything framed in white with the white sailboat die-cut. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Watercolour! xx

  5. Oh my this is simply stunning and makes me want to head to the beach straightaway. Gorgeous smooshing, stunning scene and perfectly CAS too Trina. Love it and thanks for playing with us at HLS CAS challenge this month.

  6. Like the way you created the water background, Trina. It’s a great setting for your boat and sentiment. Framing the “scrap” was a clever idea. Thanks for sharing it.

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