Let’s Celebrate Can You Case It #114 with a Nautical Themed Card

CYCI #114

Happy Sunday! Today we have another great sketch from Can You Case it? Don’t you love it?!? (psss….I designed it 😉 ) I decided to go with a nautical theme and when you combine the Brushstrokes stamp set with By the Tide and the Going Global Designer Series Paper, it just looks perfect!Stampin Up, By the tide, brushstrokes, going global, nautical, endless birthday wishesCan you see that I used some Crystal Effects to add some bubbles to my nautical themed card. I’m definitely a fan although some look flat because I accidentally put some scraps on top of the card before the crystal effects was dry…oops!
Stampin Up, By the tide, brushstrokes, going global, nautical, endless birthday wishes

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    • Hi Rebecca, this is a traditional a2 sized card, card base is 4.25×11, scored at 5.5″, very vanilla panel is 4×5.25, going global piece started at 3 7/8x 5 1/8 cut at a diagonal then matted on a piece of night of navy at 5.25×4 and then trimmed to the same diagonal at the DSP…the squares are 1.25×1.25 matted on 1 3/8″ X 1 3/8″ night of navy squares

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