Sunday, 31 July 2016

WATERCOOLER WEDNESDAY CHALLENGE WWC78

Watercooler Wednesday - Jean's "B" Theme Challenge
http://watercoolerchallenges.blogspot.ca/


Well, another week, another great challenge.  This time it is anything with a "B".   My challenge is "Blue" and "Boats."
My card is nautical blue with some boats sailing around on the oceans. 

Card Closed:


 Card Open:

Closer View:


Sentiments on Back of Card:

Supplies Used:
Cardstock:  Night of Navy, Whisper White
DSP:  Nautical Expedition
Ink: Dapper Denim, Cranberry Cobbler
Stamp Sets:  Swirly Bird, Memorable Mum
Misc:  Circle Framelits, Circle Card Thinlits, Swirly Scribbles Thinlits Dies, Dimensionals

Have a great week everyone, and Thanks for looking!    Heather :)

6 comments:

  1. Hi Heather, what a bright and cheery nautical card. The blues you've used are great together and the little boats...perfect. The sentiments are the perfect touch for this card. Thanks so much for joining our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.

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  2. Your fleet of boats makes me want to sail away! A very fun card. Love the maps DSP. Thanks for joining the fun at Watercooler Wednesday!

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  3. Great nautical card, Heather! Thanks for joining us this week at Watercooler Wednesday Challenges.

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  4. I'm loving your beautiful little sailing boats on this card Heather. This is a great panel card, the sentiment is perfect and you've been able to nail the challenge with two "b"s. Thanks for joining in the fun this week at the Watercooler Wednesday challenge.

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  5. I like how you used part of the Swirly Scribbles dies for the water, Heather. Great use of the DSP throughout the panels, for a great card. Thanks for joining our Watercooler Wednesday challenge. ~Deborah

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  6. And borders...don't forget that countries on maps have borders! The perfect addition to boats and blue. Thanks Heather for adding your beautifully blogged addition to my B Challenge this week for the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge. One can never have too many b's don't you agree? {grin}

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