A Day at the Beach for PCC297, SSINKCC52, and TSOT July Technique!

Hello All!

Welcome Back!

Thanks for peeking in for today’s Card!

Today’s Card is for a combination of 3 Challenges!

 

The first, and Inspiration Challenge!

Paper Craft Crew Challenge #297

 

PCC 297 By The Sea

 

The second, The Color Challenge!

From Stylin’ Stampin’ Inkspiration #52

 

SSINKCC52

 

And the Third, A Technique Challenge

from Try Stampin’ on Tuesday

The July Technique Challenge!

 

TSOT July Technique Paper Tearing

 

Here is my Card!

 

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Ahhhh!

 

Here is the inside of my Card!

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Those frolicking shells!!!

 

Stock and Measure’s:

CARDSTOCK:

Balmy Blue-card base, 8.5″ x 5.5″ score @ 4.25″ fold in half on the score

Call Me Clover-scrap for chair

Whisper White-inside panel 4″ x 5.25″, scrap for starfish, and sponged

DSP:

Tranquil Textures

-front, ocean

-inside strip, 1.5″ x 4″

-front, sand-2″ x 4″, torn across and then sponged

-inside sand, 1.5″ x 4″, torn across and then sponged

STAMP SET:

My Exact Sentiments-By the Sea-for the greeting and inside sentiment

INKS:

Pacific Point-greeting, inside sentiment

Crumb Cake-for sponging the ‘sand’, starfish on front, stamped starfish inside

Call Me Clover-shell, inside

TOOLS:

Big Shot-die cutting machine

Under the Sea Framelits-starfish on front

Seasonal Layers Thinlits-chair on front

OTHER:

Creative Memories Cutting System-waves for the water

 

Here is my Card again!

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This is making me wanting to take a beach run!

My BFF from Texas will arrive tomorrow…there is a possibility she

may arrive tonight! It’s all good! I’m all ready for her arrival!

We will do a beach run!

 

Until the next Post…Blessings and many great Beach days to you ALL!

3 thoughts on “A Day at the Beach for PCC297, SSINKCC52, and TSOT July Technique!”

  1. Well done on combining the three challenges, Cheryl! The paper tearing technique is just perfect for oceans, skies and beaches!!! Thank you for joining us this week at Try Stampin’ on Tuesday! -Donna

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  2. I’m with you – torn paper technique always makes me think of water-scapes, too, lol. Lovely! Thanks so much for playing at TSOT!

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