Enjoy the Adventure

It is time for another CAS Colours & Sketches challenge. Check out the latest challenge:

And here is my take:

Enjoy the Adventure | by karen h @ carefree creations

Another almost-one-layer card (the boat is popped-up). I used a stencil to blend some blue distress inks. Then I used one of the spaces as my strip to stamp my sentiment.

It took me a few tries before I settled on the color scheme for the boat. For some reason I started with a brown bottom boat and that was ok, but felt off. I tried a grey bottom boat but that wasn’t good either. Finally I used the same blue that I used for the sentiment and that was much better!

Side note: I did some googling to see what order I should put my sentiment (because it is made up of 3 different ones). In my searching I found out that “anchors away” is wrong šŸ™ The correct spelling is “anchors aweigh”. I decided that the correct order of the sentiments would probably start with ahoy, but that didn’t line up well and as the “away” was wrong already, I just went with it. I do love this card, so it makes me a bit sad that it isn’t correct.

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A Little About the Challenge: This weekly challenge is posted on Tuesday, and alternates between color and sketch (if there is a 5th week in the month you get the double dose of color & sketch).

Enjoy the Adventure
Stamps: Ahoy (Papertrey Ink – PTI);
Ink: Distress Inks: Peacock Feathers, Mermaid Lagoon (Ranger); Navy (Hero Arts); Pure Poppy (PTI);
Paper: White (PTI);
Other: Ahoy die (PTI); Wave stencil (Memory Box);

6 thoughts on “Enjoy the Adventure

  1. Karen I love this card! Your card was my inspiration this week, I saw that cute little boat and had to make a boat too. Hope you don’t mind I cased you.

  2. I absolutely LOVED this sketch and I adore your take on it. The stencilling is perfect for your cheerful boat. Beautifully done. Hugs Bev x

  3. The stenciled waves are awesome! Using the navy for the bottom of the boat and the sentiment visually ties the elements together, so I think that was a good choice. Thanks for the great sketch!

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