Tuesday, August 21, 2012

A Simple Seaside Scene

Today I am at home instead of being up at the Ludington State Park Campground (Michigan) because I am still dealing with a nasty cold. I keep thinking "tomorrow I'll be better"...but so far that hasn't happened. Ludington is our family's very favorite place to camp! Some friends of mine went up there yesterday and had invited me to come stay with them for a few days. Maybe tomorrow....
The lighthouse stamp is of the actual lighthouse at the State Park called Big Sable Point Lighthouse. I bought the stamp a few years ago in the gift shop there. I love to use it especially for guys' cards. This one will probably end up being a birthday card for my youngest son...who will head up to Ludington next week, the day after his birthday!

Here's my list of ingredients:
Various cardstock is from my scrap box
Stamps: "Big Sable Point" by Gray Wolf Graphics Rubberstamps
Ps. 18:23 from ODBD set "Keep My Lamp Burning"
Ink: Memento
Glitter glue: Ranger Stickles "Star Dust"*

Challenges being entered:
http://craftascene.blogspot.com - August: "Anything in the Great Outdoors"
http://useyourstuff.blogspot.com - #48 "Summer Inspiration"


Papercraft By Carole said...

I love the way you have used paper tearing to create the beach and sea. Great stamp too. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers this time. Cxxx

brenda said...

Hello Sandie,

The ripping and tearing to create the sand and sea is very effective and it's a lovely lighthouse image.

It's great to see you at Craft a Scene challenge this month, thank you so much for joining in.

B x

Paula Whittaker said...

wonderful creation

Feebsy said...

Such a pretty card, I really like the torn paper you've used to create the sea and beach, it gives a lovely texture and depth. A beautiful stamp too, lighthouses do make such great male cards I agree.

Thanks so much for sharing with us at Crafty Cardmakers.


Kim x said...

I love the torn paper, such a clever take on our challenge this time at CCM.
hugs Kimx

Maribel said...

Precious card, doing a wonderful use of paper, and the card is wonderful.

The-crafty-corner said...

Hello there-What a lovely card-really lovely tearing effect :0 x

Karen said...

Beautiful card. Great tearing.

Karen x

Mynnette said...

This is just gorgeous!!! LOVE the torn paper and the blue shades are amazing! Thanks for joining us at CCM! :)

Marie said...

Beautiful scene that you created.

Mandi said...

FAbulous tearing, what a great sea!
Thanks veyr much

NancyD said...

Such a nice card and paper tearing technique. Great effect for making a scene. Thank you for joining us again at Craft a Scene. NancyD

Scrap Affair said...

This Seaside scene just speaks to my soul. Love your choice of technique!
Thank you for joining us at Craft a Scene.

Yolanda said...

Terrific torn paper scene!

Anna-Karin said...

Lovely card! The torn and glittered sea and sand pieces are wonderful. Thank you for sharing with us at Craft a Scene!

Chrissie said...

Many apologies for the tardiness of my visit this week, a cruise to Norway intervened somewhat!
Thanks for your lovely submission... I love those waves!
"Less is More"

Bonnie said...

What lovely sparkling waves, Sandie! Hope you feel better and can join your friends.

Joy said...

Great masculin card, I really like the way you created the waves. Great idea. Thank you for joining us this week on the Use Your Stuff blog :)

Meggymay said...

A beautiful seaside scene. Thank you for joining us at CCM this time.