Let Your Dreams Set Sail | By Eloise Blue

Hi friends, Eloise here and today I have a card to share with you all using the Let Your Dreams Sail Stamp Set along with just the A Plate from the Waves Plate Die. I’ll also be pulling in some Distress Inks to create a simple sunset background.

To begin my card today I started off with die cutting my background panel. I used the Waves Plate A Die and die cut it from some white cardstock. I used an exact knife to cut away some of the top excess waves, since I only wanted the waves to be focused along the bottom of the panel. I kept the frame in tact though, since I wanted it to frame off my design. Now my frame had been altered, I stamped out my sailboat from the Let Your Dreams Sail set and coloured it in with Copic Markers. I used the coordinating die to cut it out.

(Copic Markers Used: BG11, BG32, BG23, BG49 / N0 N2, N4 / 0 / E53, E55, E57 / Y11 Y15, Y19)

Now I was ready to work on the background. I first used the Waves Plate Die Cut as a template and traced the top of the waves onto some masking tape. I then cut it out with scissors and used it to mask off some watercolour paper. I used Abandoned Coral, Spiced Marmalade and Mustard Seed for the sunrise/sunset part of the background. I then used the negative mask and ink blended some Tumbled Glass and Salty Ocean at the bottom section.

Now my background was done, I adhered my Waves background over the top. I then stamped some of the birds from Let Your Dreams Sail Stamp Set around the background and white heat embossed those. I then adhered my sailboat over the top as well. To finish off, I stamped the ‘Sail’ sentiment directly on the background with black ink and then white heat embossed the additional ‘Let Your Dreams Set’ sentiment onto a thin strip of black cardstock and adhered it to my card as well.

That finished off my card for today, I hope you enjoyed. The video is linked down below if you would like to watch it.

Thanks so much for stopping by today and I’ll catch you next time.

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