A Nautical Bridge Card…!

I cut out an extra set of Bridge Cards!

I was going to use this base for yesterday’s Cards…but after I put them together…I really didn’t like the combination of colors, at all! So, instead of going to waste, I made me a set of these Nautical Cards instead! This is also a Hurricane Day Card! I had spent the day cutting all the bases and DSP for Cards to make. I only had time to make the Christmas Card yesterday along with this Card!

Here is the Card!

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I know TJ is going to want to make this one! Right?

 

Here’s looking at the left inside.

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Here’s looking at the right inside.

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Here is the back of the Card, where you sign the Card!

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HERE ARE THE STOCK AND MEASURES FOR THIS CARD:

CARDSTOCK:

Balmy Blue- card base, 4.25″ X 8″

score along the landscape side @ 1.5″, 2.5:, 5.5″, 6.75″ crease the folds

‘bridge’ piece across bottom front, 1″ x 5.5″           small greeting mat, 1″ x 2.5″

Whisper White- 2 inside panel pieces, 1″ x 4″     back panel, 2.75″ x 4″

greeting piece, 3/8″ x 2.25″

scrap pieces to stamp and cut out:

Lighthouse, Boats, Compass

Poppy Parade- ship’s wheel

Soft Suede- dial on compass

DSP:

Come Sail Away- center panel, 2.75″ x 4″      2 end panels, 1″ x 4″

STAMP SETS:

Sailing Home- lighthouse, boats, compass, anchor, ropes, birds

High Tide- retired, water on piece across ‘bridge’

Perennial Birthday- greeting and back sentiment

INKS:

Crumb Cake- compass, ropes

Gray Granite- anchor

Poppy Parade- lighthouse

Night of Navy- boats, greeting, back sentiment

Memento Tuxedo Black- birds

TOOLS:

Big Shot- die cutting machine

Smooth Sailing Dies- lighthouse, boats, ship’s wheel

1 1/2″ Circle Punch- compass

ACCESSORIES:

Gold Brads- center of ship’s wheel and to hold the dial onto the compass

Here is the Card, again!

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Not bad for an Add-On to the Bridge Cards!

 

Until the next Post…Blessings and Fair Winds to you ALL!

 

 

 

 

 

Add the 4 pieces of DSP and/or cardstock: 1: x 4″ to the inside, sides

 

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