Sailing Home

I totally forgot to show you the last card we made at our monthly class in June.  We used a lot of products from the Stampin’ Up!® Come Sail Away Suite.  This Suite includes the stamp set called Sailing Home, the matching dies called Smooth Sailing, and Come Sail Away Designer Series Paper.  There are also other products such as embellishments, ribbon and an embossing folder included.  If you love it all (like me!) you can buy the entire Suite just using one item # (152175).  Stampin’ Up!® has done this with all their Suites making it so easy to order.

This card was super easy to make.  The colors are Crumb Cake, Night of Navy and Whisper White.  I stamped the lighthouse in Night of Navy ink and cut it out using the coordinating die.   I also cut the wheel out of Night Of Navy cardstock using a die that embosses at the same time.  I know it is hard to see in this picture but the die embosses rings on the wheel.  I layered everything onto a card base of Crumb Cake and stamped the birds and sentiment in Night of Navy Ink.

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